Heat Pump Installation and Repair Services
Unlike traditional HVAC systems, heat pumps don’t actually heat or cool the air coming into your home. Instead, they draw heat from the air and transport it in or out of your home as needed.
Even when it is cold outside, heat pumps are able to draw some warmth from the outside air to pump into your house. In the summer, the process works in reverse, with the heat pump pulling the heat from inside and dumping it outside.
The benefits of heat pumps include:
- Energy efficient operation
- Affordable purchase price
- Easy installation
- Heating and cooling from a single unit
- Minimal repair requirements
Depending on whether your home already has ductwork from a previous HVAC system, you can choose a ducted or ductless heat pump.
A heat pump that works with ducts can make use of the system you already have in place, while a ductless variety can save you time and money on the installation if your home doesn’t have ductwork.
In most cases, heat pump installation can be completed in a single work session, so you can get back to your day in comfort as quickly as possible.
Although you won’t require as many repairs with a heat pump as you might with a furnace or air conditioner, you may still occasionally need heat pump repairs.
If you suspect something might not be quite right with your heat pump, call your HVAC technician right away for an inspection. They’ll be able to let you know what repairs, if any, are needed and how much you can expect them to cost.