There are many types of heating and cooling systems on the market, but few people think of heat pumps as an option. However, heat pumps are one of the most efficient systems available, especially since they allow you to maintain a cool temperature in the summer as well as stay warm in the winter.
Since 1996, we've been providing heat pump services from Traverse City down to Grand Rapids, and everywhere in between, including Muskegon and Ludington.
If you’d like to learn more about how a heat pump can revolutionize your home comfort system, contact Moore Mechanical today. Our team will help you learn more about how a heat pump works and whether this unique technology can be effective in your home. If you do choose a heat pump for your home comfort needs, we provide a full range of installation, maintenance, and repair services. So whether you’re looking for a company to put your new heat pump in place or you’re looking to have your existing system serviced, we have the experience and knowledge to get the job done right and as quickly as possible.
How a Heat Pump Works
Heat pumps are actually quite simple and have been around for many years. In fact, your air conditioner is a heat pump, pulling warm air out of your house. The same technology works in reverse during the winter months, allowing your home to draw warm air from outside and heat the indoor air to keep you comfortable. You may not think there’s warmth hidden in all of the cold winter air, but there is, and heat pumps are designed specifically for capturing it and transferring it to your home.
In effect, all air has energy in it, even when the temperature is very cold. A heat pump works by drawing the energy from that air and exchanging it through condensers into another environment — in this case, the air in your home. Heated air is then circulated through your house via a series of ducts.
The best part about a heat pump is that it works during the summer to draw the warm air out of your house, effectively cooling your indoor air. No other home comfort system provides both heating and cooling simultaneously.