Don’t be fooled by the word “heat” in the term “heat pump systems”. Heat pump systems actually both heat and cool your home. They do so through evaporator and condenser coils. During the summer, the heat pump’s evaporator coil cools your home’s air. In winter, the condenser coil heats the air.
Heat pump systems run exclusively on electricity, so you’ll see lower gas bills all year. Heat pump systems are very energy-efficient, meaning there’s potential for substantially lower utility bills. Plus, heat pump systems tend to be smaller, space-saving units, which makes them ideal for smaller homes or homeowners looking to save space in a basement or attic.
Why choose Comfort Air?
We offer a free consultation on new heat pump systems.
We have NATE-certified technicians with heat pump experience.
We are energy-efficiency experts, and can help you match a heat pump to your energy needs.
Here’s how you get started
If your current heating system is getting up there in age—or if it’s simply not working as well as you think it should be—perhaps it’s time to consider having a new heat pump installed. Contact Comfort Air, and we’ll send a technician to your house to assess your current heat system and recommend a heat pump system to best suit your comfort needs.