Heat Pump Installation in Dallas TX
S&E A/C & Heating: Your Heat Pump Specialists
Designed ideally as a solid heating and cooling solution, a heat pump has the ability to move heat energy from one location to another, as it transfers heat from a low-temperature locale to one with a higher temperature. There are several heat pump varieties, and while they all have their advantages, some are considered better options than others for your heating and cooling applications.
S&E A/C & Heating, LLC staffs experienced Dallas TX HVAC technicians who will assist you with all of your heat pump inquiries. We will arrive at your home or office and determine which type of heat pump is right for you. Our professionals can also repair or maintain your existing heat pump.
Make sure you schedule service with our Dallas TX heating and cooling company to learn how you can save with either a geothermal heat pump or an air source heat pump. Our maintenance program will keep your heat pump running at peak energy efficiency. Call us today, or contact us online for more details.
Specific Heat Pumps
Air Source Heat Pump
Air source heat pumps exchange heat with outside air. Heat pumps can either heat or cool your home, and newer-model air source heat pumps often have higher energy-efficiency ratings than standard air conditioners and furnaces. An air source heat pump is ideal for Dallas summers or for any location where an air conditioner is constantly run.
Geothermal Heat Pump
Geothermal heat pumps take heat from the ground and circulate it back to your home, then back into the ground. Geothermal heat pumps generally are more energy-efficient in comparison to air source heat pumps, providing energy-efficiency of as much as 300 percent better than air source heat pumps. This is so primarily because underground temperatures are much more stable in comparison to air temperatures.
Though installation costs may be higher with geothermal heat pumps than other heating and cooling solutions, these systems are durable, and the cost of the installation will pay for itself over the service life of your heat pump.