Heat Pump in Bath
Heat Pump Systems: What are They?
A heat pump is a popular heating system choice for many families and business owners in Bath. A heat pump uses electricity to move hot air from one place to another. A heat pump has the ability to heat and cool a room. A heat pump uses a substance called a refrigerant to cool hot air inside a condenser which is usually located outside of the building. It then takes this cool air and forces it into a chosen space. The condenser houses two coils, one for cooling and one for condensing.
What are Some Benefits of Using a Heat Pump?
One of the major bonuses to having a heat pump heating system is that you can use it as an air conditioner during the summer months. A heat pump is equipped to cool air in the same way that it heats it, just as a reverse process. Having a dual-purpose unit such as a heat pump will save you the cost of installing a separate cooling system to use during the summer.
Installing air ducts into a home is a process that often involves more time and money than some Bath clients want to invest into a heating system. Furthermore, air ducts have tendencies to leak which require some clients to spend more money on repairs down the line. For those Bath clients who want a simple, cost-effective solution, a heat pump is the right way to go.
There are a multitude of manufacturers that provide modern-day energy efficient solutions for your heating needs. At C and T HVAC-R, we only source our heat pump units and equipment from trusted local sources because we believe that high-quality products yield a high-quality result. At the end of the day, this is what we believe our clients deserve.
Types of Heat Pumps:
An air source heat pump absorbs heat from the outdoor air in winter and rejects heat into the outdoor air in summer.
Less common are ground source heat pumps, also called earth-energy, geothermal and geo-exchange heat pumps. These types of heating units draw heat from the ground or ground water.
Heat Pump Installation in Bath
At C and T HVAC-R, we are able to easily and effectively instal a heat pump system in less than one day. Since there are no pipes or air ducts involved in the installation process, all that needs to be done is to install the air handler and the compressor.
Who is a Heat Pump Ideal For?
A heat pump heating system is ideal for families who live in a moderate to cool climate. Extreme low temperatures may demand additional heating. A heat pump is ideal for those families and business owners who wish to invest in a multipurpose heating and cooling system that is easy to install and will help them save on energy bills.