Heat Pump HVAC Systems
Trust the experts at ARS®/Rescue Rooter® for all your heat pump HVAC system needs. A reversible heat pump can be the ideal HVAC system for warm-climate homes. It’s effectively an air conditioner unit that can switch to become a heating unit.
That means the same hardware provides warmth in the winter and cooling in the summer. Homeowners appreciate that they only need to make a single investment for their family’s year-round comfort.
Everything We Can Do for Your Heat Pump
Our heat pump services go well beyond recommendations and installations. We can provide a wide range of capabilities for your pump heating system’s entire lifecycle. No matter what you need, our technicians can provide quality service and extensive expertise.
Here’s a quick overview of some of the many tasks we can handle when it comes to your system:
Heat Pump Installation
Whether your system is an air-source unit or uses geothermal energy, installing a heat pump can be a complicated process that requires in-depth know- how. Our personnel are background-checked, drug-tested, fully trained, and experienced when it comes to installation. You can rest easy knowing you’re in good hands.
Heat Pump Maintenance
Keeping your HVAC system running at optimal levels means performing routine maintenance jobs. Regular maintenance ensures that your system can continue to provide the performance you expect. With our skill and knowledge, we can perform regular heat pump tune-ups that can extend the lifespan of your unit and keep your home more comfortable.
Heat Pump Repair
If your heating or cooling goes out for any reason, it is imperative to get it working again. With our experienced professionals on the job, you can go back to living in comfort as soon as possible.
Get started with a new heat pump system. Book an appointment with ARS/Rescue Rooter today!
Questions Homeowners Frequently Ask About Heat Pump Systems
Over the years, the team at ARS/Rescue Rooter has received countless calls from customers who are interested in installing a heat pump, but are not sure if such a system would be right for their family.
These are the most common questions we receive about heat pumps:
What are the benefits of having a heat pump?
A heat pump benefits you because it requires less power than a conventional HVAC system using a furnace and air conditioner. Therefore, you can anticipate seeing lower power bills.
The heat pump simply moves air, instead of generating heat. Such energy efficiency is a major motivation for families wanting to “go green” and lower their carbon footprint.
Homeowners also prefer heat pumps because they operate more quietly, humming along in the background as compared to the louder noises associated with furnaces and A/C systems.
What kind of maintenance does a heat pump need?
It’s imperative to arrange for a heat pump tune-up regularly, once every year. A skilled technician, such as from ARS/Rescue Rooter, will examine, test, clean, and maintain your system and fix any problems before they grow larger and become more expensive to treat.
Ongoing maintenance can also help keep the system running as efficiently as possible. Maintenance should preserve the heat pump while keeping your power bills low.
Do I need to use my heat pump 24 hours a day?
It’s better for your budget only to run the heat pump when it’s needed. Operating it 24/7 is not necessary and will make your utility bill skyrocket. A properly insulated house will retain heat better.
For best results, we recommend installing a smart thermostat to control the heat pump. That way, your home will always be at the right temperature automatically.
What else can heat pumps do besides heating?
A heat pump moves heat from one place to another. During the summer, the heat pump removes heat from your home, pushing it outside, so it acts to cool your home.
During the winter, however, the process reverses. The pump moves heat into your home from outside, taking advantage of the temperature difference between the environment and your house.
How long does a heat pump last?
On average, you can expect that your new heat pump will last 12 to 15 years if you take good care of it. Arranging for annual inspection, cleaning, and maintenance from the heat pump service experts at ARS/Rescue Rooter can help keep your system running efficiently.
Our technicians are skilled at identifying problems when they are small and relatively easy, and less expensive to fix. That’s crucial for getting the most use out of your heat pump system.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
When air conditioners process refrigerants such as Freon, they create a tremendous amount of heat. The heat pump reverses part of the process to extract and distribute that heat throughout the home.
Heat pumps are generally very energy-efficient for central heating in climates where the temperature is somewhat mild. In fact, they're 3-4 times more effective than space heaters using the same amount of electricity. It takes much less energy to move heat around than it does to generate heat.
Keep in mind that if the outside temperature falls below 37°F, heat pumps need to run constantly to maintain warmth.
Is this the right HVAC system for me?
Your local ARS/Rescue Rooter HVAC specialist can help you make the right decisions for your home heating solution. For instance, we may recommend a dual-fuel system, which uses an electric heat pump during milder temperatures (above freezing) along with a gas furnace during colder weather. This solution has become a popular solution for maximum comfort.
Want to know more? Contact us today to schedule a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of replacing your system. We'll be happy to answer any questions you have and let you know more about our HVAC repair, maintenance and installation services—all of which are backed by our Exceptional Service Guarantee.
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