Are you looking for a simple and energy efficient way to heat and cool your house? You could spring for a new, energy efficient air conditioner and furnace, or you could save space and money by installing a heat pump!
Heat Pump Installation
At Rick’s Heating & Cooling, we offer heat pumps as part of a dual fuel hybrid heating systems. Our heat pumps work efficiently at all outdoor temperatures, but are extremely energy efficient when they operate between 20 and 60 F. For times when it gets colder than that, Rick’s can install a backup gas or oil furnace. But don’t think you’ll be putting the heat pump to waste – even with the backup, your heat pump will still provide for as much as 60%-70% of your home’s heating needs!
If you’ve been thinking about installing a dual fuel hybrid heat pump system in your Cincinnati, Maineville, Morrow, Lebanon or Mason, Ohio home, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling today!
Why should you install a heat pump?
Heat pumps work as both heaters and air conditioners, pulling heat out of the air before blowing it into your home in the winter and out of your home to the outside in the summer. This transfer of heat allows them to effectively heat your home, almost always without burning fuel – doesn’t get any more efficient than that!
In the rare event that it gets too cold for your heat pump, your backup heating system will kick in to provide the supplemental boost your heating needs!
Do heat pumps work when it gets cold?
This is one of the most common questions we get when it comes to heat pump installation. And to many peoples’ surprise, the answer is always yes! Heat pumps are most efficient when they operate at a range between 20 – 60 F. Heat pumps work pretty much the same way refrigerators and freezers – they pull heat out of the air and move it around. What’s the lowest your freezer can go? Pretty cold, right? Well it’s the same for your heat pump. Just because it doesn’t FEEL warm when you go outside doesn’t mean there isn’t heat present in the air. A heat pump can find that heat and use it to warm your home – even when it gets down to around 25 F!
Best of all, heat pump technology is improving every day! Many modern heat pumps include what are known as Reverse Cycle Chillers (RCCs), which eliminate the periodic blowing of cool air that most heat pumps go through during their defrost cycles. RCCs also allow heat pumps to operate at much lower temperatures – in fact, some RCCs can provide hot water at 115 F even when it’s 15 F outside!
Who to Call for Heat Pump Installation in the Cincinnati Area
If you live in Cincinnati, Maineville, Morrow, Lebanon, or Mason, Ohio and are tired of paying too much on your monthly energy bills, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling. We can install a heat pump in your home and keep you warm for less! Contact us today for a free estimate!
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