If you are in the market for a new heat pump, call the St. Petersburg heat pump experts at Forest Air. We can offer expert advice about which model is more cost-effective for your home. Because heat pumps offer both heating and air conditioning throughout the year, we offer maintenance plans and tune-ups twice a year to help extend the life of the equipment.
While many homeowners choose to install a standard split system heat pump system, you can also choose to install a ductless system. Depending on the size of your home and your heating needs, a ductless mini-split system could provide even more energy savings than a split system high-efficiency heat pump or dual fuel system.
Split-system heat pumps deliver are also called forced air systems since they use supply and return registers to circulate the air inside your home. They are divided into two separate units – the outdoor and indoor components, and if your home has existing ductwork in good condition, this may be a good replacement option for you.
If do not have ductwork, or you are facing a major duct repair or replacement cost, you may want to consider a ductless heat pump system. Ductless systems do not require the use of air ducts to deliver heat or air to your home. Instead, they are installed as individual units that are connected to the main compressor and have separate thermostats. This also provides zone control and more home comfort.
It’s a good idea to speak with an HVAC contractor you can trust to provide you with honest advice about a new heat pump. At Forest Air, our St. Petersburg heat pump experts are available to help you make an informed decision about which new heat pump is right for you. Call us today to get started!