Deliver More Warmth With a New Heat Pump
Heat pumps are becoming a common alternative to traditional furnaces , especially in smaller homes. With their energy efficiency, extra quiet running speeds, and improved air quality, it’s easy to see why.
When installing a new heat pump, be sure to work with our certified technicians. Our team will perform an initial inspection of your home to ensure your space and ductwork are compatible with a heat pump system, and we’ll help you decide on a quality brand and model that meets all your home’s needs.
If necessary, our technicians will also determine if an air handler addition should be installed with your heat pump to guarantee warm air is spread evenly throughout your home.
Schedule a consultation with our team and discover the quiet comfort an alternative heating system can provide!
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pumps pull warm air from outside your home and transfer it inside. While winter air in Minnesota may not seem to have any heat left, it surprisingly does.
Because a heat pump is simply moving air around and not using energy to heat air up, it saves a great deal on energy usage, making it a cost-saving appliance.
Heat pumps can also cool the air in your home by removing heat inside and pushing it out, so it can act as a double-duty heating and cooling system.
Plus, heat pumps have an already built-in air filtration system that can improve indoor air quality more effectively than furnaces.
Additional FAQs on Heat Pumps
Want to learn more about what to expect with a new heat pump installed in your home? Our techs have the answers!