Heat Pumps


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If you’re looking for an energy-efficient way to heat and cool your home, you may be interested to learn more about heat pumps. When sized, installed, and used properly, heat pumps use less electricity than traditional heating and cooling systems, and since they provide both heating and cooling, you may only need to buy and maintain one system to regulate the temperature of your home.

There are a variety of heat pumps available, and some may be better suited for your home or business depending on your property, preferences, and heating and cooling needs. If you’d like more information about air source and geothermal heat pumps, contact us today! We’re happy to share more information about this cutting-edge technology and how it has the potential to lower your energy costs. (Ask us about tax credits for heat pumps!) Our experienced technicians also have the knowledge and experience to handle any heat pump repair. Give us a call at 952-445-2820 or fill out this form to schedule a service.

Benefits of Heat Pump Installation

Although heat pump installation is initially more of an investment than a furnace, in the long run, it can save you money. A heat pump takes on the workload of both an air conditioner and a furnace by using the air outside of your home. Rather than creating heat, a heat pump works by transferring heat to create a more comfortable indoor temperature no matter what time of year it is.

These are just a few of the benefits a heat pump can offer over a traditional HVAC system:

  1. Greater Comfort Levels
    With a traditional furnace, you’re more likely to have hot and cold spots throughout your home. A heat pump doesn’t create the toasty warm air spots that a furnace may blow, but it does create a more consistent internal temperature in your home. Additionally, furnaces blow hot, dry air that can create static electricity and dry out your skin. The air from a heat pump has a naturally higher humidity level, making it more comfortable overall.
  2. Reduced Energy Costs
    Heat pumps are far more energy-efficient than traditional furnaces. Even the most efficient gas furnaces require fuel consumption. A heat pump, on the other hand, relies on electricity and transfers much more energy than it consumes. This can help to reduce a home’s energy costs over time.
  3. Environmentally Friendly
    Because gas furnaces use combustion, they release harmful greenhouse gases. Although modern furnaces are much more efficient than older models, heat pumps are the most environmentally friendly as they produce no emissions.

Why We Became Heat Pump Specialists

If you’re looking for heat pump companies, contact General Heating & Air Conditioning. We’re passionate about providing the best quality products and services for our customers. We always have a finger on the pulse of the heating and cooling industry because we know our customers’ needs have evolved with the times.

By providing heat pump installation and repair services, we’re able to cater to Twin Cities homeowners who want to reduce their carbon footprint and make a difference in the environment. That said, we understand most homeowners still have traditional heating systems, and that heat pumps are not a perfect solution for every home or business. In fact, we’ll be honest with you if we don’t think it’s worth the investment for your property. At the end of the day, our mission is to provide the best heating and cooling products for your needs and budget – we’ll never pressure you into buying a product that’s not right for you.

For more information about heat pumps, please contact us via phone or email. You can also fill out this form for a free estimate.

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