Heat Pump System
Heat Pump Systems in the Peoria area
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Heat pumps are a popular heating and cooling option for both residential and commercial buildings. They're designed to transfer heat between the inside and outside of a building, providing both heating and cooling. Heat pumps work by moving heat from one location to another using a refrigerant, which absorbs heat in one location and releases it in another. One of the main advantages of heat pumps is that they're more energy-efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems, so they can save you money on energy bills.
If you're thinking about having a heat pump installed, one of our expert technicians can guide you in choosing the appropriate type of heat pump for your building, while also ensuring that it's installed correctly and safely. After installation, it's important to schedule regular maintenance for your heat pump to keep it operating at its best efficiency.
Factors like local climate, the size of the home, energy efficiency, and personal preferences all come into play when deciding between a heat pump and an air conditioner. Heat pumps can provide both heating and cooling, making them a good option for areas with mild climates. However, in areas with extreme temperatures, a heat pump may not provide sufficient heating and a supplementary heating source may be required.
What is the lifespan of a heat pump?
The lifespan of a heat pump can vary, but it is generally estimated to be around 15-20 years. Regular maintenance and proper use can help extend the lifespan of a heat pump.
Can a heat pump heat a whole house?
Yes, a heat pump can heat a whole house. However, the size of the heat pump and the heating requirements of the house need to be properly matched to ensure the heat pump can efficiently and effectively heat the entire house. In some cases, an additional heating source is necessary.