Dallas Heat Pump Services
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Heat pumps are growing rapidly in popularity with both home and business owners, particularly in warmer-weather climates like we enjoy here in Dallas. Unlike other sources of heating, heat pumps don’t actually generate new heat by burning fuel. Instead, heat pump systems collect heat from where you don’t want it and then compress it and send it where you do. This makes heat pumps incredibly energy-efficient and amazingly effective at keeping you warm all winter long. If you’re looking to ditch the gas or electric furnace and save money on your energy bills, turn to the Dallas heat pump services team at Rescue Air Heating and Cooling!
Here at Rescue Air Heating and Cooling, we’re the leading name in modern heating and cooling solutions. When it comes to heat pumps, we proudly offer everything from new installations and replacements to comprehensive repairs, tune-ups, inspections, and more. We service all makes and models from industry-leading brands, and every heat pump we install is carefully matched to your home for the best experience and results. If your heat pumps breaks down, we offer dependable repairs that target the source of the problem and get it fixed properly the first time. Our goal is to do so much more than simply keep you comfortable when the weather gets cold; we want to be the name you call for all of your heat pump service needs in the future.
Let the leading name in Dallas heat pump services handle the issue you’re having with your unit! Pick up the phone and call the experts at Rescue Air Heating and Cooling by dialing (972) 201-3253 today.
How a Heat Pump Works
A heat pump is actually incredibly simple. In fact, you probably already have a type of heat pump system installed in your home: it’s known as your air conditioner. Heat pumps work by collecting heat from one area, filtering it into a fluid that is used as a medium of transport (refrigerant), and then expelling the heat where it is needed. With a heat pump, that means collecting the heat from the air outside your home, compressing it so it intensifies, and then carrying it inside where it radiates into the air that is proliferated through your duct network.
Think it’s too cold outside to run a heat pump? Think again. Heat pumps have been shown in study after study to run at or close to maximum efficiency at temperatures as low as the mid-teens Fahrenheit—well below freezing. Here in North Texas, we simply don’t experience temperatures that low all that often, and that means heat pumps are a great choice for virtually any homeowner looking to save money.
Heat Pump Repairs
With such a large number of moving parts in both an indoor and outdoor unit, it should come as little surprise that something can and will eventually go wrong with a heat pump system. Whether the problem is with your compressor, your refrigerant lines, your expansion chambers, your heat exchanger, or any of the other vital parts that are necessary to make your heat pump work, our team will get to the bottom of it as soon as possible. We are committed to keeping you comfortable and providing you with customer service that’s unmatched anywhere else.
New Heat Pump Installations
Is it time to install a new heat pump? Are you looking to ditch the old electric furnace or get rid of the gas to save money? A heat pump is a perfect solution. Here at Rescue Air Heating and Cooling, we offer quality heat pump installation services, including retrofitting them into homes previously heated by furnaces. We install combo units as well, including units that combine furnaces and heat pumps for peak functionality and comfort as well as dual heating and air conditioning heat pump systems.
Get help installing the perfect heat pump system from the team at Rescue Air Heating and Cooling! Contact us to schedule a consultation.