Heat Pump Installation
How It Works
From start to finish, 212 HVAC is with you every step of the way for heating and cooling your space.
Step 1: Schedule Your Appointment
Step 2: Get Your Quote
Step 3: Installation Day
Once the installation is complete, 212 HVAC professionals will clean up your old unit and then review manufacturer care and maintenance instructions with you. We ensure you’re 100% satisfied with the new unit and installation.
How do heat pumps work?
Advantages of an air source heat pump installation
Two systems in one
You get both heating and cooling systems in one device. You can use either function depending on the season and personal preference.
Electric Heat Pumps Are Safer Than Gas
Gas furnaces in the home come with an inherent safety concern; you’ll always have to be aware of the possibility of a gas leak or even a fire or explosion that could occur. Since heat pumps don’t use natural gas, electric heat pumps do not have this issue and are generally safer in your home than gas furnaces.
Reduced energy bills
Air source heat pumps are highly efficient heating systems that have the potential to lower your energy bills depending on your current heating system.
The operating life of an air source heat pump varies depending on the model you have installed but many can last for up to 20 to 25 years.
Along with these benefits, 212 HVAC also offers rebates on heat pump installation. Based on the SEER rating, Heat pump rebates vary based on efficiency. Please call to check with our 212 HVAC expert for more information on rebates and criteria.
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You can rest assured you’re making the right choice by purchasing through 212 HVAC. Schedule an in-home assessment through 212hvac.com and let us assist you with your project. Along with the professional installation of your system, your project is backed by both product and labor warranties.
There are several factors you should consider when choosing your heat pump – climate, types, energy efficiency, size and customer reviews. A 212 HVAC professional has the expertise to properly evaluate your specific needs and help you make the right decision.
The installation will involve an outdoor section and an indoor section, so we will make sure there is enough space inside as well. Once both units are fitted onto their mountings, refrigerant and drain hose pipes are connected and then insulated, both inside and out.