How Does a Heat Pump Work?
A heat pump, essentially, pumps heat from one place to another. In in the winter, the unit draws upon heat energy in the air – even cold air! – to bring warmth into your home. In the summer, it reverses course, pulling heat from inside and exhausting it to the outdoors, for cooling comfort.
Does a Heat Pump Work Well in Florida?
Florida’s mild winters make heat pump a good choice. It won’t have to work very hard to extract heat from the air, so you can expect energy savings. A heat pump will work well as a cooling solution in the summer, too.
How Does a Heat Pump Compare to a Furnace?
A heat pump will use significantly less energy than a furnace to heat your home. In fact, it will transfer 300 percent more energy than it uses. For increased savings, you can opt for a ductless mini-split heat pump. This system does not use ducts to deliver air (ducts are notoriously inefficient). Instead, it produces warm or cool air from a wall-mounted unit, so you’re getting comfort direct from the source.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING HEAT PUMP INSTALLATION
After you’ve picked the perfect heat pump for your house, our Orlando HVAC specialists will give you guaranteed installation efforts.
Here are the steps we’ll finish on installation day:
- Our experts take care of your space. Our experienced Orlando heat pump installation specialists will treat your place and yard as if it was their own, so you can look to us to complete clean work. When we’re inside your home, we’ll have on shoe covers and put down tarps to shield your home’s floors.
- Our specialists communicate with you throughout the installation. We want your heat pump installation to be a smooth process, and we’ll ensure you’re informed and prepared to operate your new heat pump before we finish our project.
- We support our service with a satisfaction guarantee. We’re happy to report that all our staff is also fully licensed, insured and bonded. We want you to be entirely content with our craftmanship, so we’ll endorse it with a 100% satisfaction guarantee* for an entire year.