Heat Pump Installation and Replacement
Lower utility bills and a transition towards green energy make heat pumps a worthwhile investment for your Pennsylvania home. The installation plays a vital role in helping your heat pump run at optimal efficiency. Our team at HL Bowman understands how these systems work and the correct way to install them so that you enjoy the most benefit.
Installing or Replacing Your Next Heat Pump
A heat pump can do the job of both your air conditioner and furnace. Unlike a furnace that burns fuel to generate energy, a heat pump uses electricity to transfer heat from one place to another.
In the winter, a heat pump extracts heat from the outdoors to warm up your household. In the summer, it works as an air conditioner to remove heat and humidity. Want to improve your indoor air quality? You can create a ductless mini-split system using an outdoor heat pump and indoor air handler. These set-ups work particularly well with additions or areas where you cannot extend air ducts. Ductless systems tend to stir up less dust and allergens, making them a sound choice for anyone with allergies or asthma. You can also retrofit a heat pump to work with your existing ductwork. Or use multiple air handlers to create a zone-control system. Flexible and easy to operate are a few of the advantages you’ll enjoy with a heat pump.
How Do I Choose the Right-Sized Heat Pump for My Home?
Here’s where our heating and cooling experts can help. An incorrectly sized heat pump will either cycle too frequently or struggle to keep your Harrisburg home comfortable year-round.
The size and shape of your home will help determine the right heat pump for your needs. We’ll also look at the number of windows you have and how well your home is insulated. Your temperature preferences also come into play.
HL Bowman is a trusted name in Central Pennsylvania to handle all your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) needs. Give us a call today for a free consultation about your next project.
Do Heat Pumps Work in Pennsylvania?
Innovations with heat pumps make these systems suitable for practically any climate. But on those super chilly days here in Pennsylvania, you might want an auxiliary heating source to back up your heat pump.
One option is to create a dual-fuel system, in which you run the heat pump on the moderate winter days and then fire up the gas furnace when temperatures dip below freezing.
Together, we can map out the best strategy to create a healthy, comfortable home for you and your loved ones.
Call HL Bowman to Install Your Next Heat Pump
HL Bowman is a trusted name for all your heating and cooling needs in Harrisburg, PA. Call us today at 717-561-1206 or request service online to learn more about heat pumps and other products tailored for your budget and needs.
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