For Maryland homeowners seeking an efficient, powerful alternative to traditional HVAC systems, a heat pump is an ideal choice. These year-round comfort systems are highly effective at keeping your home comfortable. Grove Heating and Cooling is proud to offer a complete range of heat pump support services throughout Annapolis, Bowie, Crofton, Pasadena, Laurel, Glen Burnie, Davidsonville, College Park, and the surrounding areas.
A heat pump is a piece of equipment that can move heat from one place to another, which makes it able to both heat and cool a space. This unique quality makes it a worthy alternative to a traditional HVAC system consisting of separate heating and cooling units. Heat pumps are also found in geothermal systems that harvest heat from the depths of the Earth.
Because a heat pump transfers heat rather than producing it, it is also more energy-efficient than a traditional heating system. Plus, you can use it almost year-round in mild climates both for heating and cooling purposes–perfect for Maryland weather. A heat pump can also serve as a great supplemental low-cost cooling or heating system. Give us a call or request a free quote today!
Not sure if a heat pump installation is the right choice for your home? More and more Maryland residents are opting for heat pumps as a replacement for the conventional air conditioner/furnace combination because a single system can cool and heat your home just as efficiently—if not more so.
Some benefits of installing a heat pump include:
In our part of the country, we have a climate that’s perfect for heat pumps most of the year. In the summer, it will work just as well as your old central air conditioner. If you choose a high–efficiency heat pump replacement, it may use far less energy than your old air conditioner.
In the winter, temperatures outside rarely drop so low that a heat pump cannot perform efficiently. Heat pumps absorb heat from the air outside and then transfer that heat indoors. It should be able to do this even as temperatures approach freezing.
Typically, you should replace your heat pump every 14 years or when it exhibits any of the following signs:
A big mistake we see lots of folks make is putting off replacing their heat pump, opting to get frequent repairs instead.
Contact Grove Heating and Cooling today to get a quote on new heat pump installation in the greater Annapolis area, including Bowie.
The service technician was excellent. He answered all my questions in detail and provided me a good assessment of the heat pump and parts of my AC system. I will call Grove again when I need and would recommend them highly!
Good service and gave a great deal on a new Trane Heat Pump system when compared to others. Job well done!!
Customer service is top notch. From the initial phone call to the service technicians to the maintenance, it’s the trust I have in Grove that will keep me coming back to them now and in the future.