Heat Pump Installation

Ever wonder if a heat pump installation is the right option for your home? Traditional heat pump systems use your ductwork and transfer refrigerant just like a central air conditioning system. The difference is, the refrigerant process can be reversed so that you can use this system for both efficient cooling and heating. The benefits of this system installation include:

  • Better Efficiency: Heat pumps are all electric systems, which might make you think that they’d be less efficient than a gas-powered heating system. But since they transfer heat instead of generating heat, this makes them highly efficient as heaters, and as air conditioners too. 

  • More Convenience: Heat pumps are year round systems. This does mean that you’ll want to schedule heat pump maintenance twice a year instead of annually. However, it also means that you only have to worry about maintaining one system versus two. 

  • Environmentally Friendly: Since a heat pump system uses a minimal amount of electricity to operate, and no fossil fuels, it reduces your carbon footprint, making your home more eco-conscious. 

Heat Pump Replacement

No matter what type of home comfort systems you choose for your home, you need a qualified and experienced professional to properly install and maintain it for it to last as long as possible and work as efficiently as possible in the meantime. Still though, even with your vigilance, heat pumps typically last about 10-15 years. 

When it’s time to consider a heat pump replacement, contact our Salt Lake City technicians. We’ll help you explore your options and see what type of heat pump is best for you, whether it’s a traditional system or even a ductless heat pump. 

Heat Pump Repair

Maintenance is the best way to keep the most expensive heat pump repairs at bay, but you will still need the occasional service. When you do discover you’re in need of heat pump repair, there’s no better team to call than ours! Common heat pump repair needs we get called for include:

  • A stuck reversing valve. 

  • A refrigerant leak. 

  • In the case of a ductless heat pump, a broken air handler. 

Don’t let these repair needs grow into a bigger problem, like a breakdown. Give us a call today and see what keeps our customers saying "I Love My Design Comfort!"