Heat Pumps in Santa Fe
More and more Santa Fe homeowners are making the switch to heat pumps. What, exactly, is a heat pump? It is basically a central air conditioning system that also has the ability to heat your home when the weather is colder. It got its name because it pumps heat into your home in winter and pumps heat out of your home in the summer.
Because of the heat pump’s ability to both heat and cool Santa Fe homes efficiently and economically, it’s no wonder homeowners are opting to use this incredible technology in their home. Of course, to really reap the benefits of this dual-purpose contraption, you need to have it properly installed.
When you are ready to make the switch to a heat pump, contact All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling. We have been providing Santa Fe homes with expert residential HVAC services for years and we have always been proud of our ability to stay up to date with the most efficient heating and cooling systems. For a heating and air conditioning company you can trust, look no further than All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling, the prudent homeowner’s choice for quality work.
Heat Pump Installations
If you are interested in getting your home outfitted with a brand-new heat pump, All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling’s highly trained technicians can get it done. The first step in our heat pump installation process is to have a member of our staff visit your home to conduct a site survey. This is when we’ll figure out the type of heat pump your home will need, its energy supply source and the energy distribution system we’ll need to install. There are a number of factors that will affect the course of action we take, which is why it is so important to have a professional make these assessments.
Some of the variables that can influence the type of heat pump we install include:
- The size of your home
- The existing heating system
- Dimensions and layout
- Orientation of glass
- Level of insulation in your home
- Size, rating and number of windows
- Existing ventilation and air exchanger system
From there, we’ll know exactly what your home heating needs are and we’ll be able to install a heat pump that both heats and cools your home to perfection.
Heat Pump Maintenance
To make sure your heat pump continues to work at peak efficiency, it is important to provide it with regular maintenance. It’s no different than any other machine or appliance, it can succumb to wear and tear after extended use. But getting a professional to come take a look and provide preventative maintenance at least once a year can make sure that you don’t end up paying too much on your energy bills.
When you contact All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling and request heat pump maintenance, we will:
- Check and clean ducts, filters, blowers and indoor coils
- Check for duct leakage
- Check for adequate airflow
- Correct refrigerant charge
- Repair refrigerant leaks
- Tighten connections and apply nonconductive coating on electrical terminals
- Lubricate motors and inspect belts for stress
- Correct thermostat operations
Schedule your heat pump maintenance appointment today when you call All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling today.