The Plumbing & Air Service Co. offers a variety of alternative heating system services including heat pump installation. There are several heating options available to you besides the common furnace and some of them can save you money and perform better for your needs. Before making a decision when you’re planning to have a heating system installed, speak with one of our qualified technicians. We can help you explore heat pump options and if they’re appropriate for you.
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What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is an all-in-one heating and cooling system that can be installed in your home. During the warm months, a heat pump works just like any other AC system by extracting hot air from inside the home and transferring it outside. However, during the colder months, this process reverses and your heat pump system will extract warm air from outside and push it into your home. Although it might feel very cold outside, heat pumps are highly specialized systems that will still be able to extract heat even from cold air. The best part about a heat pump system is that it also contains an electric heater component for when there is not enough warm air outside. These systems work best in milder climates and are effective up until about 25-30 degrees which makes it the perfect option for Kernersville residents!
Benefits of Installing a Heat Pump
There are many benefits to installing a heat pump system in your home. Here are just a few that you should consider:
- Serves the dual function of heating and cooling
- High efficiency
- It provides a fast source of heat
- They are programmable and some are smart systems that connect to wi-fi
- Perfect option for milder climates
When you need heat pump service, call the experts at The Plumbing & Air Service Co. We can help you install a new heat pump system or perform your heat pump repair service.
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Heat Pump Maintenance
Just like any heating system, you’re going to need to schedule regular maintenance for your heat pump system. There are a few steps you can take at home including regularly changing your filters. You can also keep the area near your heat pump free from snow, dirt, and debris. You can also keep your coils clean.
Although DIY maintenance can help you keep your system efficient, it is no substitute for a professional tune-up by an HVAC professional. During a professional tune-up, your electrical components will be checked and small repairs made, parts will be lubricated and cleaned, and your thermostat will be calibrated. A professional tune-up will boost the efficiency of your heat pump and prolong the life of your system.