Looking for an energy-efficient, long-lasting alternative to a traditional central heating system? A heat pump may be just what you’re looking for. With the ever increasing cost of fuel around the Baltimore, Maryland area, more and more homeowners are switching to heat pumps. Heat pumps are an energy-efficient heating and cooling system that run on electricity, so they require no fuel to create heat! If you want to experience the benefits of installing a heat pump in your Baltimore or Annapolis, Maryland home, call All Seasons Heating & Cooling!
One of the biggest benefits of heat pumps (and one of the reasons they are so popular) is their efficiency – instead of burning fuel to create heat like conventional furnaces and boilers, heat pumps operate like air conditioners in reverse. Using the same refrigerant that in the summer removes heat from the air in your home, heat pumps absorb heat energy from the outside air in the winter and pumps it into your house. This means that your heat pump will keep you comfortable all year long!
In addition to fast, reliable air conditioner repair service, the air conditioner repair technicians at All Seasons Heating & Cooling provide some of the best customer support in the area, treating your house as if it were their own. We won’t enter your home without protective shoe covers, and we won’t leave until the area around the job site is as clean (or cleaner!) than you left it.
When we tell people about heat pumps, they’re with us until we tell them that they pull heat out of the air during the winter. At this point, pretty much everyone has the same question: how do heat pumps work when it gets cold outside?
It can be kind of hard to believe, but heat pumps can indeed pull heat out of the air, even when it’s 40 F or below! Just because it doesn’t feel warm outside doesn’t mean there isn’t heat in the air. You can think about it like this:
To keep your food cold, your refrigerator has to act like a mini heat pump, constantly pulling heat out of the big box and radiating it out through the coils on the back of the unit. Your fridge can get pretty cold – usually down to 32 F or below. This means that at 40 F, your fridge is still finding heat to move around! Now it’s true that people do occasionally choose to supplement their heat pumps with space heaters or electric baseboard heating for those extra cold days, but for the most part the heat provided by heat pumps is plenty!
With over 50 years combined industry experience, All Seasons Heating & Cooling has been one of the most consistently reliable heat pump installation companies in the Baltimore / Annapolis area. We know the HVAC world inside and out, and we’re dedicated to providing high quality heat pump installation services at affordable prices. We stand out from the crowd of HVAC companies in Baltimore by offering:
If you’re ready to install a heat pump in your Baltimore or Annapolis, Maryland home, contact All Seasons Heating & Cooling today!