Heat Pump Installation & Repair
Get the best benefits of a heat pump installation
Some benefits of getting a heat pump are that they are more energy efficient than a stand alone air conditioner. This lowers your monthly cost… and who doesn’t want to save money? Heat pumps operates quietly. Having a heat pump also requires only one system instead of two.
Types of heat pumps
- Water-to-water heat pumps
- Air-to-air heat pumps
- Water-to-air heat pumps
- Mini-split heat pumps
- Indirect geothermal heat pumps
Ground source heat pump
A ground source heat pump is geo-thermal. It uses the constant temperature underground to collect or reject heat to operate a heat pumps refrigeration circuit. It eliminates having to have a remote outdoor unit, runs quietly, and works well in almost all climates.
Air Source Heat Pump
An air source filter heat pump works by transferring heat absorbed from the outside air to an indoor space. Air source heat pumps are easy to install, as well as a money saver. At Isaac, we install Rheem, Lennox and Bosch air source heat pumps.
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Mini splits are ductless, which can save you money and the hassle of duct cleanings. They have some of the highest efficiency ratings on the market. Mini splits are clean and safe to use. Multi-head systems can be used for zone control, meaning you can keep a specific area cooled while the rest of your rooms are a different temperatures — making mini splits a convenient choice for most families.
Heat pump vs air conditioner
The difference between a heat pump and the standard air conditioner is the heat pump can provide both heating and cooling with the same refrigeration unit. An air conditioner (or cooling-only unit) can only provide cooling. Heat pumps run year-round and are energy efficient. This makes them more effective than air conditioners.
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Replacing your old heat pump
Find the best heat pump that is right for you and your family’s specific needs. Look for longevity and efficiency.
Replace your heat pump when it has reached its expected lifespan, or if advised by a professional for any safety reasons.
If your heat pump needs constant repairs, replacing it might be a good idea to continue efficiencies.