Save With This All-in-One Efficiency Standard
Tired of high energy bills and looking for a more energy efficient option? Is keeping up with two separate systems for heating and cooling a hassle and taking up too much space in your home? Converting to a heat pump may be the solution you are looking for.
Heat pumps differ from traditional heating systems in that they move heat rather than produce it. This allows a heat pump to function as an air conditioner in the summer, and a heating system in the winter. This efficient, compact, environmentally friendly system is now one of the most common types of heating and air conditioning systems available today.
What is a Heat Pump?
All-in-one, electric system.
Uses simple air circulation and transfer system.
In the summertime, an evaporator coil cools and conditions the air.
In the winter, a condenser coil heats and condenses the air.
Benefits of Heat Pumps
Besides providing a stabilized home temperature all year long, heat pumps are:
- Space saving – compact yet powerful, doing the job of both an air conditioner and a furnace.
- Environmentally friendly – unlike many furnaces, it doesn’t burn fuel to create heat.
- Energy efficient – saving up to 40% on the amount of electricity used for a traditional heating system.
Different Types of Heat Pumps
Air-source heat pumps are the most common type, but other types include: ductless mini-split heat pumps (commonly referred to as a ductless system), geothermal heat pumps, and absorption heat pumps (also called gas-fired heat pump).
Why Preferred Air?
We have a team of technicians who are well-trained and carefully selected. You can have confidence that the installation will be done right, with professionalism and integrity. Contact us to learn more about heat pumps, and to set up your installation if it’s best for your needs. 978-750-8282