With fall upon us, many homeowners are starting to think about how they will heat their home when the temperatures start to drop. One option available to homeowners is the ability to have an HVAC contractor come and install a heat pump. Many contractors offer heat pump installation as part of their heating and furnace repair service.
If you are unsure if a heat pump is right for you, here is a look at five reasons why homeowners have made the switch from traditional heating to heat pumps.
Two Systems in One Unit
When a heat pump is used, both the heating and cooling systems are combined into one unit. Homeowners with heat pumps see dramatic savings when it comes to cooling and heating repair services. This is because there is only one unit that requires cooling and heating maintenance as opposed to two separate units.
Save Money on Heating and Cooling Costs
Heat pumps use natural, thermal energy to heat up a home. This natural energy costs absolutely nothing to use. Homeowners will see huge savings on their heating costs because they are no longer relying upon expensive fuels or electricity to heat a home.
Peace and Quiet in the Home
Furnaces, even after a heating repair service appointment, can be very loud. They tend to make loud clinking, clanging sounds. Heat pumps are quieter. In fact, many people don’t even notice they are running because they are so quiet.
Increase the Space Inside or Outside a Home
Two separate units for heating and cooling can take up a lot of room both inside and outside a home. Installing a heat pump can help homeowners save space as only one unit is being used for both functions. The one unit is smaller than the two separate units.
An Environmentally Friendly Heating and Cooling Option
People are trying to take precautions to help protect the planet. Heat pumps are environmentally friendly heating and cooling options because they rely solely upon thermal energy to operate.
Ready to get a heat pump installed? McQuerry’s 24 Hr Heating & Air offers heating installation services that can get your heat pump properly installed in your home. Call us today to schedule a heating installation appointment with our HVAC contractor to have a heat pump installed.