Updated: January 2024
Pricing for a Heat Pump
Additionally, there are often rebates available both from the manufacturers and/or your local utility company. Our experts are happy to help you determine what rebates may be available for you.
What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is installed outside of a home and connects to your current system. This system draws air from outside of your home and circulates hot or cool air throughout your home. When it’s cold outside, the heat pump extracts outside heat and transfers it inside. When it’s warm out, the air will reverse and remove heat from your home.
A heat pump is an energy-efficient alternative that takes the place of both furnace and air conditioning units. Smart technology has brought heat pumps to the forefront of the heating/cooling industry for their superior efficiency and eco-friendly operating system.
Benefits of a Heat Pump
There are plenty of benefits to owning a heat pump versus a traditional HVAC system. While heat pumps may seem expensive up front, they save money by running more efficiently. Heat pumps are more efficient because they move heat instead of generating heat. They are also easier to maintain because they play double duty for both heating and cooling needs.
If you’re tired of getting your malfunctioning AC unit repaired or a furnace that doesn’t heat or cool your home properly, it might be time to invest in a heat pump. For more information on the year-round performance of a heat pump, contact Sturm Heating & Air Conditioning! We work hard to provide residents of the Spokane area with superior home comfort through a range of products and services. Whether it’s the hottest day of the summer or the coldest day of winter, a heat pump will provide you and your family with ultimate comfort.
To schedule your appointment with a Sturm Heating & Air Conditioning technician, call today.