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You may have heard the term heat pump before, but not understood entirely what it means. It’s a variation on traditional air conditioners, allowing you to both heat and cool the household from the same unit. That can pay huge dividends in the Kansas City, MO area, where both stifling heat and freezing cold are the order of the day, and we could have either or both with the flip of a coin! Heat pumps are often confused with other geothermal systems, and knowing how a heat pump works will help to clarify why they can be such an advantage in Kansas City homes.
A heat pump system can make a great solution for your home comfort, and with the trained team at Climate Control Heating, Cooling & Plumbing on your side, you can make sure that heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance services go exactly according to plan. If you’d like to explore a heat pump installation for your home, and see what kind of performance you can get from your heating system this winter, or you have an existing heat pump unit that needs a little TLC, contact our team today! Give us a call to schedule heat pump services in Kansas City, MO and the surrounding area or call today to schedule a free quote for a new heat pump heating and cooling system installation.
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pumps work in a manner similar to air conditioners: circulating refrigerant through an endless series of valves and coils. The refrigerant is first liquefied and placed under a great deal of pressure—bleeding heat, which is released outside the home—then shifted to gaseous form, which pulls heat from the surrounding air inside the home. The cooled air can then be pumped into your home with a fan.
The main difference between a heat pump and a regular air conditioner is that the flow of refrigerant can be reversed, releasing hot air inside your home and cool air outside. That means it can serve as both a heater and an air conditioner, deftly handling anything our Kansas City, MO weather can throw at us, as well as being more energy efficient than a gas furnace and is one of the best ways to get electric heat versus natural gas in Kansas City homes. Bring your home comfort to the next level and have access to a system with high energy efficiency and lower energy bills or air source heat pumps year-round.
Call Us for Heat Pump Installation Services
Heat pump systems match the same feature sets as air conditioners, and both require specific training to install, however with heat pumps there is an advantage in being proficient in the unique challenges of installing heat pumps in existing homes and buildings. Our trained team can go through your options with you and find the right unit that fits before performing an installation service. This is an important part of the equation, since you can’t simply pop in a new system without ensuring that it’s properly sized for your home, and when our installers come to start your new heat pump installation, they’ve already have the correctly sized and spec’d home heating and cooling system for your Kansas City home.
When it comes to heat pump installation, that factor is doubly important, since it carries with it the added need to balance the load for winter instead of summer. That’s why we pride ourselves on our knowledge and experience in this home heating arena, and can find the ideal HVAC system for your home. After the installation we can perform the first–rate maintenance needed for these advanced systems cooling and maintaining cool and warm air in homes in Missouri and Kansas.
Heat Pump Repairs and Maintenance Are Part of the Package
Heat pumps are like any other appliance in your Kansas City, MO home. They will still break down from time to time and require repairs from a team that knows how such energy efficient systems work. Just as important as heat pump repair is heat pump maintenance, performed once or twice a year to give year-round coverage and designed to catch big problems while they’re still small, hopefully avoiding situations of needing emergency heat.
For quality heat pump repairs, our trained technicians do the job right every time. But we can also set up a heat pump maintenance schedule for you to help stop those repairs before they start, as well as improving the overall efficiency of the system and helping to cut into those high monthly bills!
Schedule service for your heat pump, maintenance or repair, with Climate Control today and get your home or business comfortable again and maintain your investment for years to come. We can service your HVAC system, regardless of the type of heat pump. We also invite you to schedule a free estimate on a new heat pump system installation or replacement quote!