Heat Pumps

Why Heat Your Home with a Heat Pump?

We install and service a lot of different heating systems, and we take the time necessary to ensure that every one of our clients winds up with the ideal heater for his or her particular needs and user preferences. Since we’ve got your attention, let us tell you about an option that you may not have considered quite yet, but which could benefit you greatly: the heat pump.

What Is a Heat Pump, and How Does It Work?

We can understand if you feel a bit overwhelmed in looking for a new HVAC system for your home. There are a lot of different systems to choose from, after all, and you need to know that yours is the right fit for your usage habits and personal preferences.

What Makes a Heat Pump a Good Cooling Option?

Now more than ever, homeowners really have their choice of ways in which to cool their homes throughout the hottest time of the year. Living in Raleigh means that you must choose your air conditioner wisely. There are a lot of hot summer days ahead, and you must be able to cool your home in both an effective and an efficient manner.

Reasons to Install a Heat Pump

If you are ready to replace an old air conditioning system during the summer, why not opt for a heat pump instead? You may not have realized this was a viable option (the word “heat” can be a deceptive) but it’s one that we often recommend to our customers who are looking for a year-round way to keep their family comfortable.

How to Maintain Your Heat Pump at the End of the Heating Season

In regards to heat pumps, Morrisville NC residents tend to know what they’re talking about. Our comparatively mild climate makes heat pump technology an attractive alternative to more traditional forms of heating: combining the functions of a heater and an air conditioner into a single unit.

Signs That Your Heat Pump Needs to Be Replaced

Here in Durham, NC heat pump technology makes a lot of sense. The system serves as both a heater and an air conditioner, often combined with a smaller furnace to help handle the very coldest days. Heat pumps are very efficient since they facilitate a heat exchange with the refrigerant in their system, rather than flat-out creating the heat themselves.