All-in-one heating and cooling. For those living in moderate climates, heat pumps are an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. Heat pumps can also supply hot water.
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A heat pump can save as much as 30% to 40% of the electricity you use for heating.
If you use electricity to heat your home, consider installing an energy-efficient heat pump system. Heat pumps are the most efficient form of electric heating in mild and moderate climates, providing two to three times more heating than the equivalent amount of energy they consume in electricity.
Air source heat pumps are recommended for mild and moderate climate regions, where the winter temperatures usually remain above 30°F. Ground source (also known as geothermal) heat pumps are more efficient and economical to operate when compared to conventional air source heat pumps, especially in climates with similar heating and cooling loads.
Green Energy Mechanical specializes in installing and repairing all kinds of heat pumps, and we know how to help you make the best choice for your home. Schedule a free estimate today in Massachusetts!
Three types of heat pumps are typically available for residences: (1) air-to-air, (2) water source, and (3) ground source. Heat pumps collect heat from the air, water, or ground outside your home and concentrate it for use inside. Heat pumps operate in reverse to cool your home by collecting the heat inside your house and effectively pumping it outside.
Heat pumps have both heating and cooling ratings - both in terms of capacity and efficiency. Capacity ratings are generally in British thermal unit (Btu) per hour or tons (one ton equals 12,000 Btu/hr). Heating efficiency for air source heat pumps is indicated by the heating season performance factor (HSPF). The HSPF tells you the ratio of the seasonal heating output in Btu's divided by the seasonal power consumption in Watt-hours. A heat pump can supply 2 to 3 times as much heat as it consumes in electricity because it moves energy from outside to inside (or vice versa).
Heat pump efficiency varies with outdoor temperature. The performance of an air source heat pump in heating mode decreases with the drop in outside air temperature. The actual seasonal efficiency (as opposed to the rating) is therefore higher in a mild climate than in a severe cold climate.
In the cooling mode, a heat pump operates exactly like a central air conditioner. The seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) is analogous to the HSPF but tells you the seasonal cooling performance.
If you find that your ductless heat pump isn’t functioning as well as it did in the past, or if it is making strange noises during operation, then you may need to have your system repaired. At Green Energy Mechanical, we can repair any brand of ductless heat pumps to ensure that your system is heating and cooling correctly and running efficiently, thus saving you money!
We are always on call and ready to send you a qualified technician right away! We service all makes and models of ductless split air conditioners, central air conditioners, and heat pumps.
Green Energy Mechanical specializes in a variety of heating services, including heat pump installation, geothermal heat pumps, energy-efficient furnace repair and replacement and more! Call us or contact us online for a free heating estimate in Weymouth, Randolph, Brockton, Canton, Quincy, Easton, Boston, Cambridge, Braintree, Newton and nearby.