Heat Pump Installation
Heat pumps are highly efficient systems that can lower monthly heating and cooling costs. Crawfordsville, Danville, and Greencastle area homeowners are switching to heat pumps due to the benefit of receiving both heating and cooling from a single system. If you are looking for a way to reduce your carbon footprint, heat pumps are an excellent choice. They do not burn fuel to heat or cool air, making them very environmentally friendly.
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is a single unit system that provides homes with both heating and cooling. Heat pumps use a condenser to expand or condense fluid. The process either heats air or cools it.
A heat pump is a group of several components that includes a condenser, compressor, and an evaporator. The unit uses special fluid in a piped system that, when compressed, heats up and, when kept at a lower pressure, is cold. The same fluid is used to produce heat and to produce air conditioning.
The heat pump system moves the fluid back and forth between the compressor and the evaporator. As air moves over the coils, it warms or cools. Because there is no burner needed to warm the air, heat pump systems are very energy efficient. They also have an indoor unit where treated air exits the system and warms or cools a room and an outdoor unit where heating and cooling take place.
Should You Install a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps offer many benefits over traditional heating and air conditioning appliances. Those include:
With heat pumps, you receive heating and air conditioning from one unit so you are not paying for a furnace and an air conditioner. This makes heat pump installation a cost-effective solution to warming or cooling your home.
Low Energy Costs
Because heat pumps use a special fluid that heats up or cools down based on pressure and condensing, there is no fuel to burn. Heat pumps do not burn oil, gas, or other fossil fuels so your energy bill is less expensive over HVAC systems or a gas furnace and air conditioner.
Very Effective Heating and Cooling
Energy efficiency means using the least amount of energy to produce the greatest amount of benefit. Heat pumps use electricity to power a condenser that provides a home or business with warm or cold air. They heat and cool an area more efficiently than a furnace or air conditioner. Less energy means lower monthly heating and cooling bills.
The method of compressing fluid to produce heat or cooling makes heat pumps very quiet. There are no loud sounds that you have with a furnace or knocks and bangs that you may get with a boiler. There is only the soft sound of a fan and the gentle rustle of air moving from the indoor unit. Also, because the heating and air conditioning occurs inside the outdoor unit, the process is even quieter than a standard HVAC system.
Financing Your New Heat Pump
Edwards Royal Comfort understands the struggles to pay for major repairs to heating and air conditioning units. We’ve spent our time developing partnerships with outside lenders to help offset the financial impact of installing a new HVAC system.
We work with Wells Fargo to fund major repairs to a home or commercial building. The process is based on approval of credit, and special financing terms apply, including special rates.
Contact Edwards Royal Comfort for Heat Pump Installation
Edwards Royal Comfort is proud to provide Crawfordsville area homeowners with heat pump installation services. For the best services in the area, be sure to contact our experienced and talented team.