A heat pump is a versatile HVAC system that both heats and cools your home. It transfers heat between indoor and outdoor air, using refrigerant to move heat to where it’s needed, whether inside or outside your home.
Heat pumps are highly efficient, especially in moderate climates. They can provide up to three times more heating or cooling energy than the electrical energy they consume, resulting in significant energy savings.
Yes, heat pumps can replace both your heating and cooling systems. They are an all-in-one solution, providing both heating in the winter and cooling in the summer.
Just like any HVAC system, regular maintenance is essential for optimal performance. We recommend scheduling maintenance twice a year, ideally in spring and fall, to ensure efficient operation year-round.
Heat pumps offer energy efficiency, cost savings, year-round comfort, and reduced environmental impact. They eliminate the need for separate heating and cooling systems, saving space and maintenance costs.
With proper maintenance, a well-installed heat pump can last 15 to 20 years or more. Regular upkeep ensures optimal performance and longevity.
Yes, there are air-source heat pumps and ground-source (geothermal) heat pumps. Air-source heat pumps extract heat from the outdoor air, while ground-source heat pumps use the stable temperature of the earth to provide heating and cooling.
Modern heat pumps are designed to operate quietly. However, like any appliance, noise levels can vary. Our experts can help you choose a unit with noise-reducing features if noise is a concern.
Yes, many regions offer incentives, rebates, or tax credits for installing energy-efficient heat pump systems. A full list of tax incentives for Burlington can be found here. These incentives can help offset the initial installation costs and encourage eco-friendly choices.