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Heat Pump Installation and Replacement Service in Springfield, VAHome » Heating » Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
The heat pump is one of the most convenient ways to provide home comfort. Where most heating and air conditioning systems only do one job, a heat pump does two: providing warm air in winter and cool air in summer to keep a house comfortable throughout the year. When you have a heat pump installed, you’ll have two comfort issues taken care of at once from an electric-powered heating system less costly to run than an electric furnace.
Whether you have an older heat pump that needs to be replaced, or you are building a new home, Oasis Heating, A/C & Refrigeration is here to help you with a new heat pump installation or replacement. We have almost 20 years of history helping homes in Springfield, VA and throughout Northern Virginia stay comfortable, no matter the temperature outside.
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How a Heat Pump Offers Heating and Cooling
So how is it that a single system can deliver comfort for all times of the year? The secret is that a heat pump is actually a type of air conditioning system—except that it can reverse the direction it moves heat. In cooling mode, it does what an AC does, which is absorb heat from indoor using evaporation, and then releasing it outdoors through condensation. But when a heat pump goes to heating mode, it swaps the two functions: now heat is absorb outdoor and released indoors.
Why Consider a Heat Pump Installation in Northern VA
Although a heat pump isn’t ideal for all homes, for the right home they offer a number of excellent advantages:
- Heating and cooling in one system—replaced your AC and your furnace at the same time.
- Lower heating costs during the winter. Heat pumps don’t use electricity to generate heat, they use it to move heat, which cuts down on costs.
- Heat pumps offer an extremely safe heating alternative to both natural gas systems and electrical resistance heating systems.
Our technicians take the extra time to install heat pumps with quality craftsmanship. We only install brands that we trust, and our heat pump experts are happy to help customers find the right heating and cooling equipment for their homes.
Heat Pump vs. Furnace: What’s the Difference?
A gas furnace generates heat by burning fuel, like gas or propane. An electric furnace generates heat by blowing air over a hot element. However, a heat pump draws heat from the outdoors and transfers that heat into your home. A heat pump will not generate heat, but it can absorb heat via pressurized lines and then releases the heat into your home.
Need a Heat Pump Replacement?
If your heat pump fails permanently and needs to be replaced, we can install a new, high–efficiency model. We will provide an assessment of your current system and let you know whether you should replace it, and which model is the most cost–effective for your cooling and heating needs. We focus on the quality of the work we do to complete every single job. Call us any time for expert heat pump advice, or to learn more about your heat pump system replacement options.
Call Us for Heat Pump Service in Springfield, VA
If you’re looking for expert advice on a new installation, or you’d like to know more about high–efficiency heat pumps, contact us. We perform all our services with your satisfaction in mind. Our knowledgeable staff members are happy to help you select a heat pump model that matches your home and your budget. If you’re new to the Springfield, VA area, or you are a new homeowner, give us a call and let our technicians handle all of your heating and air conditioning needs, including installation of indoor air quality equipment and high–efficiency heat pumps.