There are many ways to heat your home — from forced air systems to heat pumps. Most people are familiar with the typical forced hot air systems that heat air in a furnace and then blow it through ducts to the different parts of the house. However, the heat pump is less known and works like a closed loop system, but uses different principles.
When the time comes for a new heating system for your house, rely on the professionals at Angel HVAC to give you a thorough explanation of the different heating systems. A trusted HVAC company serving the Greater Philadelphia area, their sales staff is pleased to answer any heating questions in nearby Montgomery and Bucks Counties.
Don’t try to figure out a new heating system on your own or from a flyer at a big-box store. Talk to an expert from the neighborhood that can evaluate your home’s needs.
Heat Pumps for Hot and Cold
A professional sales representative from Angel HVAC can explain the many benefits of a heat pump system that include:
- lower heating and utility costs
- higher efficiency technology that’s good for the environment
- operating in conjunction with existing heating systems
With systems from the top manufacturers, our HVAC company can offer you a new heat system with the benefit of providing both heating and cooling functions. For older homes without air conditioning, replacing the heat system with one that includes cooling is an added benefit.
Heat pump systems function similar to central air in a closed loop system. However, they can direct airflow in two directions — moving warmer air in and out of your house’s many areas. Though not as effective during extreme cold, these systems have many benefits that a trained sales person from Angel HVC can demonstrate for you.
Your Local Heat Pump Company Serving Montgomery County, Bucks County & Philadelphia
To understand and appreciate the many different types of heating systems, schedule an appointment with Angel HVAC. Our professionals are available seven days a week at both of our area locations to answer all your heating and cooling questions.