Heat Pump Installation
There are plenty of great reasons to install a heat pump system for your Salt Lake City home—starting with cost savings and comfort.
A heat pump does the job of both a furnace and an air conditioner. It draws out the warm indoor air from your home on those hot summer days in Utah to maintain a cozy environment for you and your loved ones.
But unlike a conventional furnace, heat pumps do not burn fuel to generate heat in the winter. They use electricity instead to transfer warm air from the outdoors, a significantly cheaper alternative in terms of energy use. They’re also big energy savers, making them eligible in many instances for state and federal tax credits.
Heat Pump Installation in Utah
Modern heat-pumps come equipped with electric heating coils that can serve as an auxiliary heating source on those super cold days in Utah. You can also pair your heat-pump and furnace together for a dual-fuel system: use the heat pump on relatively mild winter days, and then switch on your furnace when the temperatures dip below the freezing mark.
Heat Pump Installation in Salt Lake City
Our courteous and knowledgeable professionals at Friendly Plumber, Heating and Air understand the importance of correctly installing any component of your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
We refuse to take shortcuts because we know that down the road, rushing an installation job can lead to long-term operating issues, such as rattling noises, equipment failure, or sub-par airflow.
Because you’re just buying one unit instead of separate heating and cooling equipment, you spend less money on installation. Heat pumps can integrate with existing air ducts, or you can set up a ductless system, giving you several installation choices.