Heat Pumps, why or why not?
Heat pumps provide many different advantages to homeowners. They operate with extreme efficiently by absorbing heat from cooler places in your home and transferring it to keep you warm. Heat pumps are known for improving indoor air quality and cutting down on monthly energy expenses in your Dayton Furnace. If you are having difficulty with your older, outdated system or spending more than you should be on your energy bills, it may be time to upgrade.
There are three types of Heat pumps: Geothermal, air to air, and water source. They can collect heat from the water, ground, or air outside your home to be used inside.
Air to air pumps are highly efficient and can reduce your bill by up to 50% at times. High-efficiency heat pumps also dehumidify better than standard central air conditioners, resulting in less energy usage and more cooling comfort in summer months. Have you ever been told, "It's not the heat, it's the humidity." In the Datyon area, humidity plays a large factor in our discomfort. Using a heat pump system from HVAC Dayton can actually help in multiple ways.
Ground or water source heat pumps are known as Geothermal. In some cases, installing this type of system in your home can be a little more expensive, however it has incredible advantages in efficiency and effectiveness. Geothermal pumps take advantage of relatively constant ground and water temperatures. They transfer the warmth of the ground into your home during those frigid winter months, costing you much less than manufactured heat and maintaining mild humidity levels as well.
Customer satisfaction is very high with a geothermal unit and can often be better than an air to air pump in extreme weather conditions. Please ask our HVAC Specialist Dayton for more info and options as we look at your system.
Diagnosing and Repairing Heat pumps:
You almost never think about your HVAC system until there is some type of problem. As it is possible, investing in regular maintenance is incredibly important to avoid costly and unnecessary bills in the future. Our Datyon heat pump specialists are able to detect issues before they happen, but they can also be available quickly in an emergency situation. We are available for work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Another comfort you have in choosing HVAC Dayton is that our Dayton heating and air conditioning technicians charge by the job, not by the hour, so you will never overpay for our service.