Heat Pumps in Findlay, OH
Heat Pumps Could Be The Best Solution for Your Home
Alltek Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning can install a heat pump, which can act as a stand-alone heating and cooling system, in your home or business in Findlay, OH, or the surrounding areas. Most air source heat pumps are an efficient method of heating your home when the outdoor temperature is above 25 degrees. Below 25, the performance levels are reduced, and your home may need supplemental heat. If a heat pump is installed to work with a furnace, the furnace will automatically provide the home’s heating needs once the temperature drops below 25. Give Alltek Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning a call at (419) 228-2708 if you want a heat pump installed at your home or business.
What You Need to Know About Your Heat Pump
Homeowners, landlords, and business owners should know that a heat pump requires a series of ducts in your home or business, so if you do not already have ductwork from an existing furnace, it will need to be installed. Heat pumps are actually quite simple and have been around for many years.
Your air conditioner is a heat pump, pulling warm air out of your house. The same technology works in reverse during cold-weather months, allowing your home to draw warm air from outside and heat the indoor air to keep you comfortable.
Heat Pumps Capture the Warmth in Cold Air
Homeowners and business owners may not think there is warmth hidden in all of the cold winter air, but there is, and heat pumps are designed specifically for capturing it and transferring it to your home. Heat pumps work by drawing the energy from the air and exchanging it through condensers into another environment, which is the air in your home. Heated air is then circulated through your house via a series of ducts. The biggest thing about a heat pump is that it works during the summer to draw the warm air out of your house, effectively cooling your indoor air. No other home comfort system provides both heating and cooling simultaneously. Contact us today to get a heat pump installed.