Improve your home’s comfort by having Mr. Furnace Heating and Air Conditioning install a high-quality heat pump on your property for year-round thermal control!
Mr. Furnace Heating and Air Conditioning’s team has over 45 years of HVAC experience and is equipped with the qualifications, abilities, and expertise needed to go the extra mile for property owners. Whatever the size or nature of the job, you can relax knowing that your household is in capable hands.
We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and there is no extra charge for after-hours, weekend, or holiday services! In addition, if you want to save money on a new heat pump, inquire about our current discounts and financing options! We are also available to install a new heat pump in your home on the same day or the next day if you ever find yourself in a heating or cooling emergency!
Are you ready to upgrade your home comfort? Call us today or use our online booking system to schedule a consultation in Lincoln, Ontario, with one of our certified HVAC technicians and receive a free new system purchase quote! We look forward to working with you!
What is the primary issue with heat pumps?
A primary concern with heat pumps is their effectiveness can suffer in freezing temperatures, especially if it is an air-source design. As the temperature decreases, the heat pump must work much harder to remove heat from the exterior air, reducing efficiency and increasing energy consumption. This can result in higher heating bills and may necessitate using a backup heating source, such as a furnace, in freezing weather.
Can I use heat pumps to heat my house without utilizing any other heating system?
Yes, in many cases, you can employ a heat pump as your primary heating system without requiring a backup heating source. However, this depends on variables such as your location’s climate, the size and insulation quality of your home, and the heat pump’s efficiency. In moderate to warm winter environments, a heat pump can frequently provide adequate heating without the addition of backup heating. Conversely, in cooler regions, the heat pump may not be capable of keeping up with heating requests throughout highly frigid weather, necessitating the use of another heater.
Are heat pumps hard to install?
Yes, heat pumps are tough to install. As such, homeowners should never attempt to do so on their own, as it can lead to severe injuries and damage to their homes. Therefore, if you’re considering a new heat pump for your home, reach out to the team at Mr. Furnace Heating and Air Conditioning for assistance!
Are there digital heat pumps?
Yes, there are digital or, more commonly referred to as, “smart” heat pumps that maximize their efficiency and performance by utilizing digital controls and sensor systems. These heat pumps can be configured to modify their performance according to variables such as indoor and outdoor temperature, weather reports, and electricity prices.