Thursday, July 2, 2015
HVAC Experts in Cleveland Recommend Heat Pumps amid Hotter Summer
Last April, analysts predicted higher temperatures and hotter-than-normal weather in Cleveland. Forecasters from AccuWeather predicted that the summer here in Cleveland will be slightly warmer than last year’s, with temperatures reaching as high as 90 degrees, a far cry from the cold spring that gripped the state months ago. Among the biggest concerns of most homeowners is how to efficiently keep their home cool amid the higher temperatures expected this summer. Aside from air conditioning units, HVAC experts recommend investing in heat pumps, which, contrary to what its name suggests, can be used both during summer and winter.