Having a heat pump as part of your year-round heating and cooling can significantly cut your energy costs. Savings will vary depending on the fuel and efficiency of the HVAC system. If you use the cooling function of a heat pump where you previously didn’t have an air conditioner or other mechanized cooling, it will lead to increased energy use and costs.
Our heat pump install experts will assess if the existing duct work needs to be changed. A heat pump requires larger duct work because there is a higher volume of air at a lower temperature. If this duct work isn’t sufficient for the volume of air, then the overall efficiency of the system decreases.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Heat pumps have the ability to transfer heat from the outside air for heating purposes in the winter as well as having the ability to transfer heat from inside your home to the outdoors when you need cooling in the summer.
High-efficiency heat pumps also do a better job of dehumidifying your Metro Vancouver home than other air conditioners, which results in less energy usage and more cooling comfort during the summer months.
Heat pumps move heat rather than generate it, they have the potential to provide equivalent space conditioning at a much lower cost of typical heating or cooling systems.
“Everything about this company is impressive. Our sales person and our installers were VERY professional, courteous, knowledgable and answered all of our questions about our new heat pump. We highly recommend Ashton Service Group.” – Rita
Heat Pump Installation
Below are a few brands and models of heat pumps that Ashton Service Group technicians have installed in Metro Vancouver homes. Feel free to inquire about other brands/models of heat pumps as this is only a select list.
Call to schedule for a free in-home heat pump consultation at 604-283-2383 today!