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Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Repair & Replacement

Are you searching for an environmentally friendly and energy efficient heating and cooling system? Heat pumps heat and cool your home by transferring heat from the outdoors into your home or vice versa, depending on if you need heating or cooling. Getting a heat pump installed in your home can decrease your carbon footprint since it produces lower amounts of CO2 emissions. To learn more about getting a heat pump installed in your home, give us a call at (715) 283-4422 today!

Are heat pumps good in Wisconsin?

When it comes to heating and cooling, heat pumps are the most efficient alternative to gasoline, oil, and electricity systems. They provide more heating and cooling capacity than the quantity of electrical energy consumed to power them. In fact, the efficiency rate might reach up to 300 percent.

Is a heat pump better than a furnace?

Heat pumps are more adaptable in terms of providing indoor comfort since they can offer heat in the winter as well as operate as air conditioners in the summer. This implies that homeowners in hotter areas can use a heat pump system to heat and cool their homes. Furnaces, on the other hand, only supply heat, thus a separate air conditioning equipment is necessary to chill your home during the summer. Heat pumps are technically more energy efficient than air conditioners since they may transfer more energy than they use.

Can a heat pump heat a whole house?

A whole-house heat pump can heat and cool your entire home, making it an excellent alternative for people looking for an energy-efficient solution. 

A whole-house heat pump is also much quieter than standard heating and cooling systems, so you won't be bothered by intrusive noise. A whole-house heat pump may be ideal for your home if you want a more energy-efficient and quiet heating and cooling system.

Hurlburt Heating, AC & Plumbing can help you decide if a heat pump is the right choice for your home!

Top Heat Pump Installation

There are a few things you should think about when choosing a heat pump. To determine the size of the heat pump you will need, you must consider the size of your home, how many windows your home has, how well-insulated your home is, the climate you live in and how many days out of the year you will need heating and cooling. Picking the correct heat pump for your home is a detailed process that should be done with the help of a licensed HVAC contractor. At Hurlburt Heating, AC & Plumbing, we can assist you in picking the best heat pump for your needs.

When to Have Heat Pump Maintenance

If you are using your heat pump as your primary source of heating and cooling during the whole year, you should have it serviced at least twice a year. The best time to have heat pump maintenance done is right before winter and right before summer to ensure that it is clear of debris and prepared to perform at peak efficiency. Having your heat pump maintained regularly can also help to extend its service life.

Signs Your Heat Pump Needs Repair

It is important to keep an eye on your heat pump’s operation to ensure that it is working properly. Some signs you may need a heat pump repair include:

  • Your heat pump is making a strange noise.
  • Your heat pump is not heating or cooling effectively.
  • Your energy bills have increased significantly.
  • Your heat pump switches on and off frequently.

If you spot any of these issues, you should get it fixed immediately to ensure that further damage does not occur to your home’s heat pump. At Hurlburt Heating, AC & Plumbing, we can help with any of your heat pump needs. Whether you need heat pump repair, replacement or maintenance, we have you covered. For heat pump services, contact us today!

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