DFW Heat Pump Installation & Repair
Heat pumps are used for both heating and cooling purposes, drawing outdoor air and bringing it indoors and expelling the unwanted air temperature outdoors. For cooling, they work much like air conditioning condenser unit does, and even looks much like one as the unit sits outdoors. For heating, though it sounds odd, remains heat in cold weather that can be drawn from outside. Heat pumps can use significantly less energy than your traditional heating solution, but are typically not powerful enough for extremely cold conditions. However, with the DFW area experiencing milder to moderate winter temperatures, they make for a viable alternative option for Dallas homeowners.
Types of Heat Pumps
Service City Air & Electric offers these types of heat pumps:
Air-Source Heat Pumps – Best for home in mildest climates. Transfer heat from outside air to in the home and provide 3x more energy.
Ground-Source Heat Pumps – The most efficient. Transfer heat from and to the ground.
Absorption Heat Pumps – Uses hot water, natural gas, or propane to maintain temperature.
If you’re unsure what would be best for your household, consult the experts! Feel free to speak to our team – we can help you pick out the best type of heat pump for your DFW home.
Benefits of a Heat Pump
It may be hard to decide if a heat pump is the right choice for your home. Here are some of the benefits that you can look forward to if you decide on installing one:
- Greater Energy Efficiency: Transferring heat uses a lot less energy than burning gas or propane, so you will see this result in your home quickly.
- Versatility: Heat pumps are not just for heating, remember. They can help provide choice conditions in your home year round.
- Greater Energy Independence: Heat pumps make your propane bill a thing of the past. No longer do you have to rely on fuel deliveries to get through winter – or dread that bill.
For the highest energy efficiency for your household, a heat pump may be the choice for you! Call on Service City Air & Electric to help you decide on the ideal heating and cooling solutions you need. If you want to learn more about heat pumps for your Dallas home, or for any of your HVAC needs, contact us at 972-362-6338!