What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is a heating and cooling system that uses electricity efficiently to heat and cool a home. Rather than generating heat, a heat pump will transfer heat from one space to another. This concept of transferring heat rather then generating it uses less electrical output and saves money on your electrical bill. An outdoor unit which contains a compressor and condenser takes heat from inside your home and transfers it outside during the warmer months of the year. During the colder months, the exact opposite process occurs. The unit extracts heat from the ground or air surrounding the outside of the home and moves it indoors. In cold to moderately cold climates, there is still enough heat in the air to be condensed and heat a home.
Quick and Easy Heat Pump Installation
Ductless heat pumps are extremely easy to install. They are perfect for wide open spaces and hard to reach places such as basements, attics and lofts. Many clients wonder if a large unit has to be installed in every room in order to heat the whole house. This is not necessary. With so many options on the market today, it is possible to merge ductless systems with small ducts that can be easily installed to transfer heat from room to room. At Metro Air, Inc., we always make sure that our work is hidden and discreet so that the style of your home or business is not compromised. We strive to provide a reliable heating and cooling source that isn't an eyesore so that you can enjoy your space the way you envision it to be.
Before installing any equipment, our team of dedicated professionals will perform a full-scale heat load calculation measurement to ensure that the system being installed is the ideal size for the space which needs to be heated. We never rush any of our installations because we want to ensure that we are outfitting your home with the ideal unit to save you any hassles and replacements down the line. We install our equipment in a way that allows for easy access and repairs, should you need them.
To find out more about heat pumps, or to receive a free estimate, call Metro Air, Inc. today!