Energy Savers has helped numerous New York homeowners upgrade the comfort of their homes and save energy with expert heat pump and mini split installation. Heat pumps have become a popular solution for home heating and cooling due to their efficiency and versatility — read on to learn how they work and how you can use one in your home.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Heat pumps operate like highly efficient air conditioners during the summer months, using refrigerants to transfer heat outside and removing moisture to provide cool, comfortable indoor air. However, they stand apart from air conditioners by also being able to reverse the cycle and provide heat during the winter, even in New York’s extreme weather events.
Heat pumps, when in heating mode, can extract heat from the air outside, even in very cold temperatures. They then use that heat to warm your indoor living space, a process that uses much less energy (and 100% electricity).
Heat Pump Benefits
- Heating and cooling in one
- Many installation options
- Versatile options to suit YOUR preferences and needs
- No need for fossil fuels
- Quiet operation
- Money Saving vs other electric heating options, and most fossil fuels
- Professional maintenance and service is low cost
Where Are Heat Pumps Installed?
Heat pumps come in many variations and configurations, and can be used as a single room or whole home solution. Heat pumps can be connected to your existing ductwork, providing hot and cold air to any room with an air vent. But the ductless version of a heat pump, also known as a ductless mini split or multi-split, is installed directly in specific rooms or areas needing additional heating and cooling.
Upgrade to Heat Pumps with Energy Savers
Energy Savers installs top-quality heat pumps by highly trained and factory certified technicians, who are committed to finding efficient home heating and cooling solutions to solve your comfort and energy-saving needs. If during your energy audit or insulation upgrade, we notice your energy bills and overall comfort will benefit from adding a heat pump to your HVAC system, we can walk you through the process of installing one in your Onondaga, Oswego, Oneida, Cortland, or Cayuga county home.