Learn how to create a comfortable indoor environment without putting a big dent in your budget.
One solution to this is the installation of a heat pump. A heat pump is a small appliance that does not create its own heat but rather works at better distributing the heated air from the furnace. Plus, it has the benefit of doing the same with air conditioned environments in the summer. Your HVAC technician will be able to outfit your current system with a heat pump and help you to make better use of the heated air that it is circulating in your home.
How a Heat Pump Works
How does a heat pump work? Using a minimal amount of energy, a heat pump takes the air from the HVAC unit and forces it into the ducts quickly. In this way, less is lost in the transference and the heated or cooled air reaches your living spaces more quickly. This puts less strain on your system as it will not have to run as long to keep your house at an optimal temperature. You have the benefit of a comfortable home and a lower energy bill.
How to Choose a Heat Pump
Ask your HVAC contractor to look at your existing HVAC system along with your home. The needs of your house will have to be met and the size of the pump will be dependent on the amount of space that is to be heated or cooled. The HVAC technician will look at these elements and then review with you the best brands and sizes for your house. Look for the gold energy star to make sure that the one you choose is not going to be a big strain on your utility bill.
Heat Pump Installation
A heat pump is fitted directly into the HVAC system that you already have in place. There is no need to change your current heating or cooling unit. The technician will check that they are in good working order and then install the heat pump. The installation can be completed in just a few hours, not causing any inconvenience to you or your family in the process.
If you do not have a heat pump installed on your home heating and cooling system, you are not taking advantage of all the energy saving resources available to you. Talk with Air Excellence Heating and Cooling at (636) 980-0998 to find the right heat pump for your home and have it installed as quickly as possible.