Constellation Home provides heat pump installations to homeowners throughout Central Pennsylvania and the greater Houston, Texas area. Our team of professionals is licensed, certified and highly-trained in providing expert heat pump installations and replacement services. If it’s time to replace your home’s heat pump, contact us today.
Heat Pump Installations
Although heat pumps look like an outside air conditioner, they are capable of both heating and cooling your house. Heat pumps are used year-round and can often be an economical and efficient heating and cooling option, especially for homeowners who use electricity as their main source of energy.
Are you considering a new heat pump for your home? The team at Constellation Home has the experience and expertise you need to help find a solution that suits your budget and your needs. Request a free in-home estimate today, and a Comfort Consultant will contact you within one business day.
When you have a complete heat pump system installed by Constellation Home, you will receive:
- Savings of up to $2,500 on select high-efficiency systems
- Upfront Pricing
- No Hidden Fees
- Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- No Interest for 36 Months† Available
Your heating and cooling system equipment consumes more energy than any other equipment in your home. When choosing a new heat pump, energy efficiency should be a main factor in your decision. Constellation Home’s experienced Energy and Comfort Consultants can help you select an energy-efficient heat pump that can also accommodate your budget and lifestyle.
Heat Pumps: How They Work
Even though heat pumps look similar air conditioning units, they perform both heating and cooling functions.
- To cool: A heat pump has an outdoor compressor that pumps refrigerant to the evaporator coil. Warm air is pulled from inside the house through the air ducts to the evaporator coil. The air is cooled as it moves across the coil can then be distributed through the home. The heat dissipates in the outside compressor.
- To heat: The above process is reversed – cool air is brought outside, heated, and redistributed through the house via the air ducts.
The process is similar to that of a split system, but heat pumps are self-contained and there is no indoor unit.
Efficiency & Savings
Always take your potential energy cost savings into consideration when reviewing your heating and cooling options. Today’s heat pumps are far more efficient than the models manufactured five to ten years ago, so replacing an old unit is likely to be a cost-effective decision.