Heat Pump Installation
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pumps use electricity and refrigerant to transfer heat into your home in the winter and out of your home in the summer. A heat pump system has two main parts: an outdoor compressor unit and an indoor heat exchanger with a fan.
In the winter, the outdoor condenser unit collects and compresses low-temperature heat from the air and uses refrigerant to move it indoors to heat your home.
In summer, the process is reversed by drawing heat energy from inside your house and dissipating it through the outdoor condenser unit.
Why a Heat Pump?
Heat Pumps are highly efficient because they simply move (pump) heat out of your home during the summer to keep you cool, and into your home during the winter so you stay warm and cozy.
Heat Pumps don’t burn anything to generate heat, so there’s no risk of carbon monoxide poisoning or other safety hazards associated with traditional heating systems.
WHOLE HOME COMFORT
Heat Pumps allow you to maintain constant temperature throughout your home or adjust it room by room.
Heat Pumps have fewer moving parts than traditional heating systems, reducing the likelihood of mechanical failure. And, they’re built to withstand extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
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If you are not happy with the equipment we install or our workmanship, we will replace the equipment at no extra charge within the first year or two years for club members, or we will remove the equipment and give you every cent of your money back.