Heat Pumps in Las Vegas, NM
If you are looking for a way to heat and cool your Las Vegas, NM home all while reducing your carbon footprint, then you ought to give some serious thought to a heat pump.
Heat pumps take the heat from the air or ground around your property and increases it to make your home more comfortable. They can also be reversed to keep your home cool in warmer weather. Rather than burning fuel, they simply transfer heat, making them much more ecologically friendly than the traditional alternatives.
At All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling, due to increasing demand from home owners all over Las Vegas, NM, have added heat pump services to our wheelhouse. We are available for installations, maintenance, repairs and replacements as necessary. Clients interested in our heat pump services can expect the same quality customer service from licensed professionals that is synonymous with the All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling name.
For a free quote on heat pump services, give us a call today.
Heat Pump Installation
If you are interested in investing in comfortable, warm air all winter long and cool, energy-efficient air when things start to heat up again all while paying significantly less than what you currently do for electric, oil or even gas heating, then a heat pump might be right for you.
Of course, the money and energy saving benefits of getting a heat pump installed in your home can only be reaped when you get professional heating contractors like the ones All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling employs to install the appliance on your behalf. Heat pump installation is no easy task. Even if you feel up to the challenge, hiring a professional to make sure all your home’s heating needs are accounted for is insurance against any future buyer’s remorse for making the switch to this clean form of household heating.
When you get All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling to install your heat pump, we:
- Install the condenser
- Add the air handler mount
- Mount the air handler
- Connect both parts to the condenser
- Cover the lines
- Make the final connections
However, we can only do this after we have carried out a full inspection of the premises to make sure we have the right size heat pump to adequately heat your home.
Heat Pump Replacement
According to the US Department of Energy, the average lifespan of a heat pump is between 10 and 15 years. It is certainly possible that your heat pump lasts longer than 15 years, but it’s only a matter of time before it breaks down and leaves your home without heat.
Even if your heat pump is under 15 years old, if it’s constantly requiring repairs or you have noticed that your energy bills are steadily rising month after month, then you are a perfect candidate for a heat pump replacement.
All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling’s team is available to come inspect your pump to verify that a simple repair won’t solve the problem. If replacement is the best course of action, we can outfit your home with the most efficient models on the market today so that you pay even less than when you first got your heat pump installed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling today.