Garden Grove Heat Pump Services
Repairs & Replacements from Seasoned HVAC Professionals
Many households use a heat pump to transfer heat during the operation of their AC or heating system. Heat pumps are effective for the colder weather and hot weather, so it is important to have access to a professional, reputable service provider to keep it running smoothly at all times. From the installation to the maintenance to repairs and replacement, high-quality service is key.
About Your Heat Pump
A heat pump is quite versatile, in that it provides heat to your home when it is cold outside and removes heat when it is hot outside. Typically, the heat pump is placed on the exterior of the house, using electricity as its primary power source. It “pumps” warm air wherever it needs to go, transferring it from one place to the next, which is why it is called a pump. Even in places that suffer through frigid winters, a heat pump can gather enough energy from the outside air to provide heat to the interior of the house.
Expert heat pump services are just a phone call away when you dial (714) 252-7460 today. Get reliable, high-quality service and affordable prices. You don’t have to worry about your heating or cooling system breaking down when we take charge of the situation.
Reasons to Switch to a Heat Pump
You may want to consider a heat pump because:
- In most cases, using a heat pump will provide greater energy efficiency than other systems
- It can effectively lower your heating bills
- They have the ability to lower the overall humidity level inside the house
The heat pump includes a filter, which helps to remove pollutants from the air after it is pulled from your home and before it is send back in. this enhances the air quality of the house, helping everyone inside to breathe easier. Heat pumps also offer quiet operation and little disruption, since they are placed on the outside of the house.
Even though a heat pump operates on a continuous cycle, you will barely notice it is working, except for the cleaner air and comfortable indoor environment. If you are currently not using a heat pump but want to enjoy some of the benefits, contact your local provider to find out about switching.
If your heat pump has been acting up on you, or if you’d like to have a new one installed, contact us at (714) 252-7460 for Garden Grove heat pump services.