If you don’t already own a heat pump, consider installing one! These systems are efficient, effective, and are becoming quite popular for their ability to provide year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch—don’t worry, we’ll touch more on that later! Frankly, it’s rather difficult for us to think of reasons why you shouldn’t consider installing a heat pump in your home!
Heat pumps offer many benefits, and below, we have listed a number of them for you. That way, you can get a bit of a head start on your next HVAC purchase. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more. (And remember, if you are interested in purchasing a heat pump, contact a professional for your AC installation in Birmingham, AL.)
What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump works much like a standard air conditioner, relying on the flow of refrigerant to transfer heat from one place to another. But what sets the heat pump apart from a standard AC is the reversing valve, which is used to reverse the direction the refrigerant flows through the system. Why? Because doing so allows for home heating in addition to cooling. That’s right: with just one system, you can both heat and cool your home! Pretty neat, huh?
What are the Benefits?
There are plenty of benefits of installing a heat pump in your home, including:
Heat pumps are one of the most efficient home heating and cooling systems on the market today. This is because they do not generate their own heat, but rather move it from one place to another. Additionally, they operate on much less power than other systems. When you make the switch to a heat pump, you are sure to see lower utility bills.
Installing a heat pump grants you year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch, so no matter the temperature outside, you are sure to stay nice and comfortable inside. Plus, heat pumps come in both ducted and ductless models, so no matter the size and layout of your home, we will be able to match you with a heat pump that best suits your space.
Cost & Convenience
Why worry about the cost of maintaining two different HVAC systems? A heat pump eliminates the need to own both a heater and an air conditioner, reducing the frequency of repair calls and untimely replacements.
Hire a Professional
If you are interested in installing a heat pump in your home, be sure to hire a professional! Only a professional has the training, knowledge, and experience to properly size and install your new system.
Remember, there are probably going to be dozens of other amateurs willing to perform these services for you, but sometimes an attempt to save money can end up costing you much more in the long run. Trust us, when it comes to comfort and efficiency, you don’t want to take any risks — hire a pro instead!
To schedule your heat pump services, contact Douglas Cooling, Heating, and Electrical. Your experience is what matters most!