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Residential Heat Pump Installation In Westphalia, MO

Residential Heat Pump Installation

Heating and cooling your home or business can be expensive; so, it is essential to have a reliable and energy-efficient heat pump.

With multiple rebates and tax incentives available, it has never been a better time to convert your home to an all-electric Daikin Heat Pump HVAC System.

A reliable, energy efficient heat pump is a great solution for indoor comfort:

  • It helps save money on energy bills all year long. High-efficiency models use less energy than traditional or outdated systems, which will reflect positively on your budget each month. When you use less energy, you get to keep more of your money.
  • Stay warm in the winter months. An energy-efficient heat pump system is designed to provide maximum comfort with even heat distribution throughout your living space—keeping your family comfortable even during winter’s chilliest days.
  • Heating and cooling homes and buildings with heat pumps helps reduce the environmental impact. Transitioning from a fossil fuel heating source to an electric heat pump helps reduce emissions, his contributes positively to global efforts in saving our planet from the effects of climate change.

Ask your local contractor how you can take advantage of the Inflation Reduction Act to help save on a new Daikin Heat Pump.

With its innovative Inverter technology, Daikin is a reliable innovative leader in energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions for both residential and commercial properties.

Avoid excessive heating and cooling bills and being left in the cold due to faulty equipment. By investing in a reliable and energy-efficient Daikin heat pump, you can enjoy year-round indoor comfort —making it a sound choice for both your pocket and the planet!

Heat pumps are designed to save you more on the cost of heating. A heat pump is most efficient when the outside temperature is above 30 degrees. When the outdoor temperature is below 30 degrees, the back-up heating system will kick in. Back-up heat systems typically consist of electric heat or gas heat. If you go with a gas back- up heating system, this is commonly known as a dual-fuel heating system. Choosing a higher SEER rating when installing a heat pump system will save you on energy costs in air conditioning as well.

Here Is A Quick Overview Of How A Heat Pump System Works

A heat pump is a mechanical-compression cycle refrigeration system that can be reversed to either heat or cool a controlled space. Installation of this type of system consists of two parts: an indoor unit called an air handler and an outdoor unit similar to an air conditioner but referred to as a heat pump. A compressor circulates refrigerant to absorb and release heat as it travels between the indoor and outdoor units. Think of a heat pump as a heat transporter, constantly moving warm air from one place to another. Even in cold air, heat energy is present. When it’s cold outside, a heat pump extracts this outside heat and transfers it inside. When it’s warm outside, it reverses directions and acts like an air conditioner, removing heat from your home. For more information on how to maximize the most efficiency for your home, contact our Installation Consultants about saving money on your energy bills!