Keene Heat Pump Installation
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is a highly efficient, dual-purpose system that functions as both a heating and cooling unit for your home. In simple terms, it works by transferring heat from one location to another. In cooler months, it extracts heat from the outside air or ground, amplifies it, and distributes it within your premises, providing a warm and comfortable environment. Conversely, in the summer, the process is reversed. The heat pump removes heat from inside your building, expelling it outdoors, thereby creating a cooler indoor climate.
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What Are the Benefits of a Heat Pump?
The benefits of installing a heat pump in your home can be numerous and impactful. Some key advantages include:
- Energy Efficiency: Heat pumps operate on electricity and are renowned for their high efficiency, reducing your energy consumption and thus your utility bills.
- Dual Functionality: They can both heat and cool your premises, eliminating the need for two separate systems and providing cost savings and space efficiency.
- Improved Air Quality: Heat pumps filter and dehumidify air, leading to improved indoor air quality.
- Environmentally Friendly: They have a lower carbon footprint compared to conventional HVAC systems, contributing to a greener environment.
- Long Lifespan: Heat pumps generally have a longer lifespan compared to traditional heating and cooling systems, offering a reliable long-term solution.
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Is It Time to Replace Your Heat Pump?
Recognizing when it's time to replace your heat pump can save you from uncomfortable temperatures and high energy costs. Heat pumps typically last about 15 years, but various factors affect their lifespan, including usage, maintenance, and the quality of the initial installation. If your heat pump is older, you're noticing a significant increase in your energy bills, or it's requiring frequent repairs, it might be time for a replacement. Here are some signs that your heat pump may need replacing:
- Age: If your heat pump is over 15 years old, it's probably time to consider a replacement.
- High Energy Bills: An increase in your energy costs could indicate that your heat pump is no longer operating efficiently.
- Frequent Repairs: If your heat pump needs constant fixes, replacement may be the more cost-effective solution.
- Inconsistent Temperatures: If you're experiencing hot and cold spots throughout your home or business, your heat pump may not be working correctly.
- Excessive Noise: Unusual or excessive noise could be a sign of a serious problem within your heat pump.
What are the benefits of having a maintenance plan?
- With regular inspections, small problems can be identified and dealt with before they become big problems
- Prioritized response to service needs
- Lower energy use
- Longer system service life
- Not having to do the maintenance yourself
- Any future warranty claims require documentation of regular maintenance
How does NU CALGON’s iWave work?
The iWave R uses bi-polar ionization to charge particles in the air, which then end up being collected at the filter.
Why are the techs sitting in their van on their cell phone after they completed the work at my location?
There are multiple facets that line up for us to be successful with any customer visit. One of them is documenting what we found/accomplished during our visit to your location. This information is best captured during and just after our work. Depending on connectivity we may complete our digital notes before, during or after our work at your location. This task is part of your work and billable to you.