Lancaster’s Top Resource for Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are a great solution for your Lancaster home comfort system. That’s because they work to provide both heating and cooling. Whether it’s the hottest day of the summer, or the coldest day of winter, heat pumps work day in and day out to provide your family with premium comfort. At Lancaster Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, our HVAC experts have been providing Lancaster homeowners with quality heat pump services. From installation, repair and maintenance, we’ll keep your Lancaster Heat Pump providing your home with energy efficient cooling and heating. Our technicians are professionally trained and provide prompt and courteous service. That is why we are the number one heat pump service providers in Lancaster.
Heat pumps keep your Lancaster home warm in the winter and serve as an important part of your air conditioning system in the summer. The duct work throughout a home carries and disperses the conditioned air and the vent pipe releases the by-products, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor, outside the home. Due to the energy efficiency of heat pumps, they are a great solution for your Lancaster home comfort system, providing both heating and cooling while also decreasing the amount of energy and money you spend on heating and cooling your home.
For quality heat pump installation, repair and maintenance services including geothermal heat pumps, call Lancaster Plumbing, Heating & Cooling today for SAME DAY service. We carry some of the top brands for all your heat pump needs.
Heat Pump Water Heaters
Reduce water heater operating costs up to 62%! The average family of 4 can save $450.00 per year on electric bills compared to a standard electric water heater. That’s enough money to go on a weekend getaway every year. Larger families that typically use more hot water will save even more!
How does it work? To understand the concept of heat pump water heaters, imagine a refrigerator working in reverse. While a refrigerator removes heat from an enclosed box and expels that heat to the surrounding air, a heat pump water heater takes the heat from surrounding air and transfers it to water in an enclosed tank.
A low-pressure liquid refrigerant is vaporized in the heat pump’s evaporator and passed into the compressor. As the pressure of the refrigerant increases, so does its temperature. The heated refrigerant runs through a condenser coil within the storage tank, transferring heat to the water stored there. As the refrigerant delivers its heat to the water, it cools and condenses, and then passes through an expansion valve where the pressure is reduced and the cycle starts over.
Now is the perfect time to replace your old, inefficient electric water heater with many incentives available, you will start enjoying the savings right away. Act quickly! The electric heat pump water heater currently qualifies for energy saving rebates. Call Lancaster Plumbing, Heating & Cooling today to find out how you can save on your next water heater installation!
FACT: If everyone buying an electric water heater this year chose an Energy Star qualified heat pump model instead of a standard model, we would avoid 19.6 billion pounds of carbon dioxide emissions. That’s the equivalent of taking 1.6 million cars off the road! Statistics taken from www.energystar.gov
Our Lancaster Heat Pump Experts Provide the Following Services
- Heat Pumps
- Heat Pump Repairs
- Heat Pump Installation
- Heat Pump Water Heaters
- Geothermal Heat Pumps
- Heat Exchangers
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