Heat Pump Systems
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint, Save Energy & Increase Your Home's Comfort with Today's Cold Climate Heat Pump Systems.
Why a Heat Pump?
Compared to Heating Oil, Propane, or Electric Resistance (Baseboard), Heat Pumps Can Allow You to save Money on Energy Expenses.
Heat Pumps Provide All-in-one Comfort: Heating, Cooling, and Dehumidification in One Unit.
Heat Pumps Help Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by Emitting less Greenhouse Gases.
How Heat Pumps Work
Heat Pumps move heat inside in the winter and draw heat outside in the summer. Instead of burning fossil fuels, like oil or propane, they use a refrigerant cycle, powered by electricity, to move heat and keep your home at a comfortable temperature year-round. These systems are environmentally friendly, affordable to operate, and can last longer than other heating and cooling systems.
Efficiency First - Before upgrading your heating system, consider preliminary measures, such as sealing and insulating your ductwork or completing other weatherization improvements.
Electrical Usage - A Heat Pump is an electrical system, so running one in your home will add to your electrical usage. In many cases, that additional electrical use is offset by savings elsewhere, such as a propane or oil heating fuel bill.
Quality Installation - Heat Pumps work best when correctly sized and designed for your home. Working closely with a qualified contractor will help ensure your system is designed to meet your heating and cooling needs.
Heat Pump Systems at a Reasonable Price
Murphy Heating & Cooling has the experience and knowledge to provide your home with a properly designed heat pump system, giving you a comfortable home, while saving you money, and reducing your impact on the environment. Give our office a call today to schedule a no-charge in-home consultation with one of our energy experts.