Heat pumps provide an all-in-one solution for heating and cooling.
Heat pumps are an increasingly popular option with homeowners looking to save money on their heating and cooling expenses. Heat pumps work by moving heat without the need for a furnace to burn fuel to generate that heat. This allows for an extremely efficient process that can lead to significant savings.
If you're interested in learning more about a heat pump system for your home, call the local experts at Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC today. We can explain all your options and recommend the best solution for your home. We offer free estimates on heat pump installation in Litchfield, Waterbury, Bristol, Torrington, and the surrounding areas.
"Scott Williams is a very knowledgeable, determined and problem-solving individual. He took the time to analyze our issue with the..."
Scott Williams is a very knowledgeable, determined and problem-solving individual. He took the time to analyze our issue with the heat pump and troubleshoot it. He made it very easy to understand why our system was not working and why it was set up incorrectly from the beginning by another vendor. There is some rework and follow up to be done but at least we now know why our system was never working properly as it should have been. We are impressed with the professionalism and patience that comes with trying to fix a problem by another vendor.
Heat pumps typically are either air source or ground source. This means they gather heat from the outside air or ground and pump it into your home while in heating mode. When in cooling mode, they gather the heat inside your home and pump it outside.
Heat pumps work through the use of refrigerant and evaporator coils. For heating, the fan pulls in outside air to the warm liquid refrigerant, which absorbs the heat and turns into vapor. This vapor is run through a compressor that further heats the air as it's moved to the heating coils in the air handler, which distributes the warm air in the home.
In cooling mode, the indoor coils are the ones that absorb the heat from inside your home, sending the heat back through the system and outdoors. The air is then replaced by cooler air as the refrigerant moves throughout the system.
Whether or not an air source or ground source heat pump is best for your home depends on your climate, heating and cooling needs, and budget. However, both systems represent the opportunity for significant savings on heating and cooling costs. Benefits of heat pumps include:
If you're looking to maximize your energy savings, a heat pump system could be the right option for you. The HVAC experts at Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC can help you determine what the best options for your needs are and provide you with complete installation services. Call us today at 1-844-329-2725 or contact us online to get a free estimate on the heat pump installation for your home. We offer all our heating and cooling services in Litchfield, Waterbury, Bristol, Torrington, Watertown, Prospect, Naugatuck, Southington, Cheshire, Wolcott, Plymouth, and throughout the surrounding areas!