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If you are interested in installing a brand-new heater and air conditioning system, or if you are just open to worthwhile suggestions regarding your home comfort system, then we certainly recommend you give the heat pump serious consideration. A heat pump is a system capable of both powerful cooling and efficient, reliable heating. At least, it is when it is installed and serviced by qualified HVAC technicians.
Given that our family owned and operated company has been in business since 1987, along with the fact that all of our HVAC technicians and installers are NCI and NATE-certified, licensed, and OSHA trained, it’s safe to say that we’ll complete your heat pump services in Chesterfield, MO properly. Like our founders (and the parents of our current owners/managers) Mike and Meg Sinn always said, happy customers lead to a successful business!
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We Install and Service Heat Pumps the Right Way
The main draw of a heat pump, aside from investing in a single unit for year–round comfort, is its heating efficiency. To enjoy peak heating and cooling efficiency from any system, it must be properly installed and serviced by qualified HVAC technicians. There is no question about this when you work with Fresh Air Heating & Cooling. We’ll size your system appropriately prior to your heat pump installation in Chesterfield, MO, and we’ll integrate it into your home with care.
We also offer heat pump repair services, for when—not if—problems do arise. While there is no way to keep problems at bay forever, our heat pump maintenance services will keep them as infrequent as possible. We offer a multi–tiered maintenance program to clients throughout the area, and we’re sure that we have one to fit your needs and budget.
How Heat Pump Systems Work
Heat pumps are a lot like central air conditioning systems. They feature air ducts for distributing conditioned air throughout the house (unless you opt for a ductless mini split), an outdoor unit, and a central indoor unit (again, unless you choose a ductless system). Refrigerant is evaporated in the indoor coil, removing heat from the air in the house. The cooled air is then recirculated, as the warmed refrigerant is condensed outdoors in order to release heat.
The major difference is that a heat pump is capable of reversing its refrigerant cycle. The reversing valve allows it to switch directions, with the coils swapping functions. In heating mode, the system evaporates refrigerant outdoors. This draws heat out of the air outside. The refrigerant is compressed, boosting thermal energy, then condensed indoors, releasing that heat to warm the interior space. No new heat is generated, resulting in incredible heating efficiency.
Consider a Hybrid Heat Dual Fuel System
A hybrid heat system is a great call for homeowners looking to balance excellent heating efficiency with impeccable reliability. Our winters can get quite cold, as you know, and that may be a problem at times with a heat pump. While it doesn’t get frigid enough to totally overwhelm a heat pump, very cold temperatures may cause a drop in system efficiency.
A dual fuel heat pump system pairs the heat pump with a traditional gas furnace. The system will automatically switch over to the gas furnace when that is the more efficient heating option. Once the heat pump is able to handle the job with its trademark efficiency once more, the system switches back on its own. A hybrid heat dual fuel system in Chesterfield, MO is a great option, especially when you let us install and service yours!