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Riverside Heat Pump Services

Expert Heat Pump Repairs & Installations in Riverside and the Surrounding Areas

Heat pumps are an excellent way to efficiently heat (and cool) your home using natural air. Because heat pumps use less energy and do not require chemicals such as fossil fuels or refrigerants they are considered to be highly energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Our heating technicians can help you to determine what system would be the best fit for your needs and budget!

Contact us today for more information and to schedule your estimate for heat pump services in Riverside.

Benefits of Heat Pumps

A heat pump is an energy-efficient way to heat and cool your home. Below, we have compiled three heat pump benefits, that can help you gauge a better understanding of what heat pumps have to offer, and how we can help you install a heat pump the correct way.

1. Energy Efficiency

While there are different types of heat pumps, the main concept involves moving warm air to a cooler space instead of generating heat. If it’s warm inside your house, the heat pump will move the heat to the outside, cooling your home. Because there is no need for refrigerant, a heat pump is more eco-friendly and can reduce your electricity use by 50 percent!

2. Quiet And Consistent

Unlike noisy furnaces that turn on and off throughout the day, heat pumps operate silently and consistently. You can always count on a steady temperature throughout your home.

3. Less Maintenance Necessary

Another great advantage of having a heat pump is that it needs less maintenance to function at optimal levels. Typically, heating pumps will need a yearly maintenance check-up service to make sure that everything is functioning safely and properly. Homeowners themselves could actually conduct this yearly check-up - just make sure to have a professional check your heat pump at least every three to five years.

For Expert Heat Pump Repairs & Installations in Riverside or nearby, contact us online or at (951) 425-4084 today!

Types of Heat Pumps

Outside air is pulled into traditional heating and cooling systems and then changed to the desired temperature using heat or coolant before it is transferred into the house. Heat pumps, on the other hand, take natural heat energy and use it to heat the home. There are three main types of heat pumps systems used:

Air Source Heat Pumps

The most commonly used heat pump system uses air as a source of heat energy. Just like a furnace or air conditioner, the heat pump will pull in air from the outside, but instead of turning it into heat it takes the natural heat energy from it. During the summer, a heat pump will take the indoor air and remove the heat energy to keep the house cool.

Water Source Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can be installed to use natural sources of water as a way to heat and cool homes. The heat pump is attached to a system that is installed at the bottom of the water source. The heat is extracted from the water just like it would be extracted from the ground or the air in other heat pump systems. Our heating service experts at All Temperature Air are available for installation, repair, and maintenance services for heat pumps in Riverside, San Bernardino, and the surrounding areas.

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