If you’ve been following the news over the last few years, you might have heard about heat pumps as an alternative to furnaces, boilers and air conditioning. At TF Complete Heating & Cooling, we’ve been performing more heat pump installations than ever before.
But what is a heat pump, and how does it keep your home comfortable?
A heat pump is a combined home heating and cooling solution that uses technology similar to refrigerators and air conditioners. Now, let’s dig into some of the questions that many of our Bristol, Worcester, Middlesex and Norfolk County customers ask.
There are different kinds of residential heat pumps, including the following:
Air-source heat pumps like the Bryant products we install are composed of two parts: an outdoor compressor and an indoor air handler. A thin pipe connects them. (Multiple handlers can be connected to a single compressor.)
These components move heat between the inside and outside of your home. When you need to heat your home, the heat pump draws warmth from the air outside and transfers it inside. The process is reversed to cool your home. The heat pump system draws in warm indoor air and cools it.
There are several significant advantages to using a heat pump system for your home heating and cooling:
If you are thinking of installing a heat pump system or already have one in your Massachusetts home, TF Complete Heating & Cooling wants to be your home comfort partner. All our technicians are thoroughly experienced and certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE), the industry-standard HVAC certification and training organization.
We can handle your installation, as well as any heat pump repair and maintenance work to keep your system running efficiently for years. You might also be eligible for significant rebates through Mass Save, and the Tom Fricker team can help you secure them.
Let’s work together to find the perfect heat pump system for your home. Contact Tom Fricker for a free estimate.