Serving Vancouver WA | Camas | Ridgefield | Battle Ground
Tired of hot or cold patches within your home? Is your energy bill getting higher and higher? You might have been told that a bigger HVAC system is necessary, but it may be time to consider a heat pump! Get ready to enjoy a more comfortable atmosphere and save on your energy bill–at the same time!
What is a Heat Pump?
Simply put, a heat pump is a two-part machine that either cools or heats your home. There are two components: one indoors and another outside. Heat pumps transfer the air internally or externally to either cool or heat your home as needed. A heat pump relies only on electricity and is an incredibly efficient way to heat or cool your home, depending on the size of the unit and the size of your indoor space.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Heat pumps work like air conditioners, only they can reverse and heat rooms as well. Simply put heat pumps extract heat from one area or room and transfer it to another. This is why heat pumps are so energy-efficient.
What Size Heat Pump Do I Need?
The size of heat pump you need depends on the volume of the rooms you have in your home. An oversized heat pump will often cycle off and on and wear down quicker, while an undersized unit will not properly heat or cool your space. Not only will the unit constantly run, but it will also run up your electric bill. This is why it’s important to hire a professional. At All Seasons, we actually use a calculation to determine which heat pump load will provide you with the best return on your investment.
Heat Pump Installation Cost
The average cost of heat pump installation ranges between about $4,000 and $7,000. But this amount varies depending on several factors including:
- Your space size
- Number of units installed
- The brand of the heat pump
- Whether or not ducts need to be installed
- Your location
- The time of year may also be a factor
If you’re interested in more of an exact cost, contact us, we provide free estimates!
Heat Pump Replacement
Maybe your current heat pump is older, or no longer working as efficiently as it once was. We can tell you whether it’s worth having repaired, or whether a new heat pump installation is called for. Depending on the age of your current system, and the cost of repair, a heat pump replacement might be the smartest way to move forward. By working with All Seasons Heating & Cooling, you will get the benefit of our years of experience. We’ll tell you precisely the issue with your current system, and give our best recommendation for your heat pump replacement.
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Heat Pump vs Furnace
Consumers want realistic information when debating the benefits of a heat pump vs furnace. Utilizing a furnace will provide heat during the winter, but one of the most significant points in favor of a heat pump is versatility. Unlike a furnace, a heat pump can be used for heating, cooling, and reducing humidity in the air. Another plus when considering the differences in heat pump vs furnace is the energy savings possible using a combination of a quality heat pump and energy-efficient furnace in the colder months.
Professional Heat Pump Installation
You can depend on the knowledgeable technicians with All Seasons Heating & Cooling to offer you the best heat pump brands and quality heat pump installation. If your current furnace or heat pump is beginning to fail, we can also advise you on a heat pump replacement! We are factory-authorized specialists in durable heat pump brands like Carrier. We provide sales, service, repair, and installation throughout the Vancouver WA area, and we would love to answer any questions you might have. If you’d like to find out more about how your home or business can benefit from a heat pump system, contact us at All Seasons Heating & Cooling today!
Heat Pump Installation in Vancouver WA & Camas WA
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