There are a lot of different ways to heat and cool your home. Heat pumps are another method of heating or cooling your house that many people don’t know about. Heat pumps don’t directly heat or cool the air in your house like a traditional system. Instead, they regulate your home’s temperature by moving heat from warmer areas to cooler areas of your home. A heat pump installation has a lot of benefits and could save you money over time.
Heat pumps will last you a long time if you’re diligent about keeping them in good condition. On average, heat pumps can last 14 to 15 years when they’re cared for properly. Like many appliances, it’s a good idea to get your heat pump inspected annually and perform maintenance to keep it functioning in top shape. When you get your heat pump installation done it’s good to stay in touch with your HVAC company to take care of the system throughout its lifespan.
You can keep the perfect temperature much easier when you have a heat pump. If you want to maintain a comfortable temperature in winter and summer you will generally need to have both a furnace and heating system installed as well as an air conditioning unit or a combined HVAC system. A heat pump can pull double duty by keeping your home warm during the winter and cool during the summer by circulating cold air to the hot spots in your home and hot air to the cool spots.
Heat pumps have earned a good reputation for their high energy efficiency regardless of what your source of heat is. Because of this, they can help reduce your carbon footprint and save you money on your energy bill. Not only do heat pumps run on electricity, which is cleaner than gas or oil, but they are also very efficient at their job and will keep your home at a temperate temperature so your HVAC system doesn’t have to work as hard.
If you’re interested in bringing a heat pump into your home, get in touch with the experts at Campbell Care. Our expert HVAC technicians will install the system and help you maintain it so it works properly and saves you money for years to come. Contact us today and get your heat pump installation lined up.