Heating and cooling your home can be a major expense and process if you’re not sure what type of unit to go with. There are several types of heat pump options out there and it can be quite confusing wading through them all.
Our team here at J & M Air Conditioning & Heating makes that process easier and less of a hassle. Our highly trained and certified technicians offer informative evaluations to help you know what works best for your home, and your wallet. Our team can assist you in making the right choice to make sure your home and your family members are comfortable no matter what the temperature is outside.
Heat Pump Options
When it comes to installing a heat pump in your home, you’re going to find there are a variety of options out there. You’ll find that one of the most popular ones in homes today is the air-to-air heat pump. Basically this one takes heat from around it and either cools it or pushes it through the home to warm it up. There is also split-system heat pump options that use equipment both inside and outside of the home to heat and cool the location. If you live in the South where the sun is singing most of the time, you can invest in a solar powered mini-split system to help use the sun’s power instead of draining your electric bill. If you have a much larger home, then the newer absorption heat pump is probably for you.
Heat Pump Advantages
There are several advantages to using heat pump in the home to heat or cool it over other methods. You may have heard about previous units and how they were inefficient at doing the job. This is no longer the case. With advancements in the industry, heat pump are now a much easier and efficient way to heat and cool your home.
Consider gas prices when you’re heating your home. You may find that a heat pump can do the same job for equal or less than a gas powered furnace can. Heat pump are very efficient and use less and less energy as the technology evolves. You can heat and cool your home with one unit, whereas with furnaces, you may only do one.
Control With Programmable Thermostats
You can get programmable thermostats installed with your heat pump to help you efficiently manage the temperature in the home. This is easy to do with the new wireless Internet systems and smart home technology.
Heat pump may also cost less to run in the end. When you consider how much your separate systems cost currently to the cost of running one heat pump, you may find a significant difference. There are usually tax breaks and rebates from power companies when installing a new efficient system as well.
Heat pump are a great way to take care of the temperature in your home and our team at J & M Air Conditioning & Heating can assist you in finding the right one. Whether it’s new construction or your current home, our team will evaluate the size of the home and your heating and cooling needs. The technician will help you to make the informed decision you want to ensure your happy with the energy usage and comfort of your home.
Call our office today to set up your evaluation to make sure your home is ready to face whatever the climate may throw at you. With a variety of heat pump options out there, there’s one that is right for you and your home. Let our team of highly trained and certified technicians assist you today.
Heating & Air Conditioning Service Experts Since 1967
We’ve been providing reliable heating, air quality, and air conditioning services since 1967. Our focus is to provide utmost support to our customers.
To this end, we train and retrain our technicians, and make sure they have all the knowledge and experience needed. We’re constantly staying up with the latest technologies and it shows in our work.