CDelta Heat Pump Service
We are here to keep your Delta Heat Pump maintained and running efficiently. Enjoy a warm and comfortable home while reducing your energy bills. Our professional and licensed technicians are ready to help you get your heating system working in top condition. Alternatively, if it makes sense to replace your boiler or furnace, we can help you select a new an energy efficient heat pump system.
We can inspect your heat pump and provide a tune up of your heating system. The maintenance service includes cleaning your furnace to help your furnace operate at peak performance, which saves you money on your energy bills as well as check the heat exchanger for dangerous Carbon Monoxide Leaks.
Looking for local Delta technicians who are skilled at installations, repairs, and other heating services? Call 604-245-2540to schedule fast, reliable, affordable service!
What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is part of a heating and cooling system and is installed outside your home. As with your air conditioner, it can cool your home, but it’s also can provide heat. In the fall and winter, a heat pump pulls heat from the cold outdoor air and transfers it indoors. During summer, it pulls heat out of indoor air to cool your home. Powered by electricity and transfer heat using refrigerant to provide comfort all year round. Because they handle both cooling and heating, homeowners may not need to install separate systems to heat their homes. In colder climates, an electric heat strip can be added to the indoor fan coil for additional capabilities. Heat pumps do not burn fossil fuel like furnaces do, making them more environmentally friendly.
Benefits of a Heat Pump
Heat pumps are an all-in-one cooling and heating system offering an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. A simple explanation is a heat pump can extract heat found in the air outside your house and efficiently transfer it indoors.:
- Dual Function - A Heat Pump can both heat and cool your home.
- Efficient- Heat pumps use less energy than a traditional furnace and air conditioner.
- Life Span - The life span of a heat pump is about 15 years. This compares to 10 years for a traditional furnace.
- Less Expensive - Due the fact that they use less energy you will find that they are less expensive to operate.
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