Heat Pump Installation Fredericksburg and Surrounding Areas
Despite their name, heat pumps can actually be used year-round. The expert technicians at Robert B. Payne, Inc. pride themselves on their professional knowledge of the many HVAC options available to the Fredericksburg area. No matter what your home or business is like or what kind of budget you are working with, we make it our mission to find you the perfect heating and cooling option. Not only that, but we are also committed to making sure that you get as much use out of your products with our professional maintenance and repair services.
How a Heat Pump Works
In the wintertime, a heat pump works by siphoning heat from the exterior air and circulating it through the ductwork into your home or commercial property. In the summertime, they work by drawing heat from inside of your home or business and circulating it outside.
There are also several benefits provided by heat pumps, such as:
- Dehumidifying the air as it cools off your home
- Being able to use them throughout the year, which makes them that much more cost efficient
- Being able to create smaller fluctuations in temperature, which makes it that much more comfortable
The Trane Heat Pump
One of the best ways to make an educated decision about which type of pump is best for you is to become knowledgeable about the different kinds of heat pumps there are to choose from. One of our highlight products is the Trane Heat Pump. The advantage of Trane pumps is that they are available for every price range.
The Trane TruComfort heat pump runs at the precise speed that you need to keep your business or home comfortable. The XL15i is one of the most energy efficient pumps and also has one of the lowest sound levels that you will find. The Trane XB14 is built to last and also has advanced air filtration for removing common air irritants, like pollen and dust.
Heat Pump Installation Cost
A heat pump is capable of replacing both your furnace and air conditioning/central air, making it quite efficient and cost-effective. To many people, a heat pump is a worthy investment in the home. On average, the cost to install a new heat pump is anywhere from $3,000 to $7,000. The total cost will depend on the size of the unit, the size of your home, the type of heat pump you want installed, the length of the job, and the number of technicians working on the installation process.
The higher the capacity of the heat pump, the more you will pay for the installation. You should never try to cut corners or costs by installing a heat pump that is smaller than your needs; this can be a costly mistake.
At Robert B Payne, we offer affordable prices for all of our installation processes. You are guaranteed to receive a price worthy of the investment you make in your heating system. Making the choice to install a heat pump is one that really could save you money in the long run.
Heat Pump Efficiency
Here’s the thing: when it comes to heating and cooling your home, heat pumps are incredibly efficient. Heat pumps don’t simply manufacture the heat that they’re producing. Rather, they collect air from outside your home and then transfer that air indoors.
Heat pumps do a fantastic job of providing you with a high level of comfort, thanks to their continuous air flow (as opposed to, say, a furnace). In short, the efficiency of a heat pump is truly hard to beat.
If you have further questions about heat pump efficiency, it’s time to call Robert B. Payne, Inc. today!