Heat Pump Heating & Air Conditioning Quotes, CT
There are many different popular Heat Pumps within the heating and cooling industry today. There are small 1 room units that require no duct work, and no refrigerant flow. Other heat pumps do utilize new or existing Duct Work, from forced hot air, or air conditioning system. For homes without duct work, and need service for more than 1 and 2 rooms, larger systems utilizing Variable Refrigerant Flow technology are best. Interested in getting a quote for your home, business or investment property? Give me a call.
J Sullivan. Your local heat pump expert.
Common Heat Pumps:
– Ductless Heat Pump (1 unit per room installation) Learn more about ductless heat pump system from this video produced by Mitsubishi.
– Whole House Heat Pump Systems (For homes w existing Duct Work) From hot air or air conditioning system
– VRF / Mini Split (Office, commercial, multifamily, large residential)
We all have a heat pump in our homes already, the refrigerator/ freezer. Heat pumps have been around for a very long time, but only recently have they engineered to offer both High-Efficiency & have the availability to produce heat in areas with cold winter environments. These units can work in temperatures as low as 5 degrees FH, and high-end models can work in temps as low as -20 FH. The new advancements of heat pump technologies have been hugely embraced by the entire world, in America we are starting to see heat pump systems being incorporated into many new construction projects through the country. Heat pumps are the perfect choice for “all electric homes” and any homes that has or will have Solar PV producing cheap energy for the homes usage.
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Things To Remember: All Heat Pumps systems on the market offer a combination of heating & air conditioning systems. You get a nice Two-for-One bonus of heating and air conditioning. Heat pumps also act as large dehumidifiers, they will remove and dispose of water, keeping your home more dry in the summer months. Heat pumps need a place to dispose of condensate water. Heat Pumps can be called different names such as, “heat pumps systems”. “mini splits” and “ductless systems.”
Note: New “next generation” heat pump systems have three functions; heating, air-conditioning & domestic hot water.
Do Heat Pumps Work in Connecticut? Check out this video to see a customer review from Minnesota, which has a much coldest winter than Connecticut.