Cape Cod Heat Pump Installation
Heat pumps are an efficient and eco-friendly alternative for keeping residential and commercial spaces warm and comfortable all winter long. They use a reverse refrigeration process to extract and transfer heat from the outdoor environment, effectively regulating indoor temperatures.
Call our Cape Cod Heat Pump installation team for help in making your home warmer and more cost-efficient.
The Advantages of Electric Heat Pumps
The installation cost of an electric heat pump system is usually lower than that of a gas furnace. In cases where homes are not well-suited for a gas furnace installation, homeowners may need to install an extensive ventilation system, which can be a significant expense before we even get to the furnace itself.
Electric heat pumps operate much quieter than gas furnaces, making them an ideal choice for light sleepers. Furthermore, electric heat pumps pose no risk of gas leaks or carbon monoxide poisoning, making them safer than traditional gas furnaces.
Electric pump systems come with several features, such as timers and sleep functions, that provide people with more control over when they heat their homes. In an area like Cape Cod, where many homeowners are not here all the time, this flexibility can be particularly valuable. By contrast, traditional heating systems lack these features, which results in wasted energy and higher heating costs.
Jared was knowledgeable, friendly, professional, had more than one option to present, and was more than happy to address all of our silly questions.- Vanessa D.
The crew was extremely polite, worked very well together, and left each day with everything cleaned up.- Jeffrey F.
I would highly recommend Cape Cod Heat Pumps to anyone looking to convert to an energy-efficient Heating and Cooling system.- Don C.
Outstanding easy to work with company with great pricing.- Keith S.
My husband and I did a lot of research and comparison shopping and found Cape Cod Heat Pumps to be the best quality and value for the money.- Mary M.
The crew at Cape Cod Heat Pumps did an excellent job with the installation of our new AC/heat pump system.- Hugo B.
From the planning stage to finalizing the installation, and help with paperwork, Cape Cod Heat Pumps was hands down one of the most professional, courteous, and communicative, companies I have had the pleasure to work with.- Maxi M.
They were on time every day, worked hard (I hardly saw them take a break), very professional, courteous and friendly.- Monica F.
Phasing Out Fossil Fuel Systems
Switching to electric power will not only benefit the environment but also be more cost-effective in the long run.
The state of Massachusetts has plans in place to cut emissions by 50% by 2030, and to be net zero by 2050. Furthermore, the Commonwealth is aiming for a million homes to be heated by heat pumps by 2030.
The future is with electricity. To that end, it may behoove property owners to take advantage of the tax rebate program the state government is offering to install heat pumps and other forms of electric cooling and heating equipment.
Signs a Heat Pump Needs Repair
If your Cape Cod heat pump was installed by our team, we can provide efficient repair work. Here are some of the signs you might need to give us a call:
- Weak Air Flow Through the Vents: This could indicate a clogged filter or an issue with the blower motor. Delaying repairs can lead to higher energy bills and uneven heating in a home or office.
- Temperature Misalignment: If the temperature coming from the vents does not match the thermostat, it may be due to a problem with either the thermostat or the compressor. Our experienced technicians can diagnose the issue and fix it promptly.
- Frequent On and Off Cycling: The heat pump turning on and off more frequently than usual without explanation can be a sign of the same issues mentioned above.
- Loud and Strange Noises: An unusual noise from the heat pump could indicate issues with the fan motor or compressor. Don't wait until it causes further damage; contact us immediately.
These are just a few signs that your heat pump may need repair. Calling in one of our professionals sooner rather than later may be able to mitigate the scope, and ultimate expense, of the repair job.