Heat Pump Services in Savannah, Pooler & Beyond!

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Heat Pump Services in Savannah, Pooler & Beyond

Heat pump systems can provide versatile cooling, heating, and humidity control— heat pumps move heat outside your home in the summer and pull heat into your home in the winter. In Savannah, where the temperature doesn’t regularly drop below freezing, a heat pump could be the answer to your home comfort.

If you want to learn more about heat pump repair in Savannah, GA or you have heat pump installation related questions, we want to hear from you. Call Service Emperor today to learn more about how heat pumps work and how they can save you money.

Need to know more about Heat Pumps?

At Service Emperor, we are your one-stop shop for all of your HVAC needs. We’re the HVAC contractor in Savannah GA who keeps heat pump experts on staff, just so we can get your heat pump repaired, replaced, or installed or if you are just after a maintenance plan.

When you call Service Emperor, You’ll get:

At Service Emperor, we are Savannah’s experts in Heat Pump technology. We sell and install a range of heat pumps and we can install a heat pump system that’s perfect for your home and budget If you would like to know more about heat pumps and how we can keep you and your family comfortable all year long.

Heat Pump Repair

Call us for heat pump service in Savannah GA. Our technicians know more than how to repair a heat pump. They understand these machines inside and out, so they will be able to spot the problem quickly. They also know all about common repair issues, so they can be sure to let you know if they see any more problems.

Don’t let your heat pump repair go! Every day, we see people with small issues that got worse and worse. Avoid catastrophic breakdowns by calling as soon as you notice a problem. We’ll get your repair completed fast, to avoid as many complications as possible and keep that energy bill low!

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Service Emperor HVAC Technician discussing Heat pump installation with homeowner

Heat Pump Replacement

Is it time for a new Heat Pump? Our experts will connect you with a replacement that is perfect for your home and your family. We personalize every recommendation so no one ends up with a solution that doesn’t work for them.

We also recommend Heat Pumps from Manufacturers we are familiar with and that we trust. After all, it’s our goal to get you a Heat Pump replacement that lasts for years and to keep those utility bills low!

Heating Installation

Whether you get a heat pump from us or you already have one, we’ll get your installation completed ASAP. Our techs are experts at installation and they also check each install against manufacturer specifications, just to make sure everything is working well. We carry a range of heat pump models so you won’t have a problem getting what you need.

Some homeowners want to know, “Can I install my own heat pump?” While it’s possible, we don’t recommend it. A lot can go wrong and some warranties are not valid unless the heat pump installation is performed by a professional.

FAQ's on Emergency Furnace Repair

Want to learn more about Heat Pumps? Start here by reading some of the most common FAQ’s on Heat Pumps and then contact us and request an in-home evaluation.

A heat pump is a device that is built to transfer heat from the outdoor environment to the indoor environment via what is known as a thermal reservoir. It is used as a means of heating homes and other buildings.

Heat pumps are integrated into most modern split systems on the market today. They use the same air ducts, air handler, and refrigerant to transfer cool temperatures from outside to the indoor environment. This time, the system works in reverse to absorb heat from outside and move it inside to heat a home.

All HVAC systems depend on the relationship between the pressure and temperature of the refrigerant. The same is true for heat pumps.

Essentially, a heat pump works in the same way as an air conditioning system, but in reverse for heating. It produces heat by reversing the roles of the coils so that the evaporator coil is now outside, and the condenser coil is indoors. This allows the outdoor evaporator coil to capture the warmth from outside and then release it into your ductwork via the condenser.

Since heat is extracted from the outside environment because of the pressure generated via the extremely low boiling point of the refrigerant, a heat pump is an extremely energy-efficient way of heating your home. For cooling, it works exactly the same as an air conditioning system.

There are two main types of heat pump systems: air-source systems and ground-source systems.

Air-source systems use the natural heat in the air to heat homes. In warmer climates, they are an extremely efficient way of heating a home in the winter months. However, they lose efficiency in colder climates because there is not enough warmth in the outdoor environment to be absorbed by the system’s evaporator coil.

Ground-source systems use the thermal energy that is present in the earth. They are slightly more expensive to install because they require digging a trench to accommodate the pipework. However, once installed, they work well even in colder climates because they are less affected by low outdoor temperatures. They also tend to be more efficient than air-source systems.

Heat Pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioning in climates with moderate heating and cooling needs. The energy efficiency of heat pumps makes them a good option because they only use the air that is already in your home, which means you don’t need to buy any extra gas furnace or electric units. You can reduce your cooling costs by up to 75%.

The cost of installing a heat pump system will depend on the type of system. The average cost of installing an air-source system is $5,500, although you can pay up to $14,500 for a mini-split system.

The cost of installing a ground-source system is higher on average, ranging from $6,000 and $40,000. Most contractors will include the cost of the device, installation tools, and labor in these prices.

These prices refer to whole-home systems. If you are having a system installed to heat a room or small area, the cost will come down considerably.

Home heat pumps are an attractive heating system option because they do not require a lot of maintenance, unlike a gas furnace. Ensuring that a heat pump continues to work efficiently for your heating and cooling needs is mainly changing the filter regularly and keeping the unit clean and unobstructed.

The outdoor unit of a heat pump uses a fan to draw air across the coils. The air that a fan displaces will inevitably create noise, but the amount of noise will depend on the unit’s quality.

Invest in a high-end heat pump unit. It will only generate a relatively inoffensive whirring sound when running.

The time it takes to install a new heat pump will depend on your home and the type of system that you are having installed.

If you intend to run the heat pump through existing ductwork, the process will be quicker than if you want to use a ductless mini-split system with multiple air handlers around the home. However, installing an air-source heat pump system will not take longer than a day for an experienced technician to complete.

Ground-source heat pumps can take up to three days to install since a trench needs to be excavated for the pipework.

As long as the system is designed carefully, heat pumps are a suitable heating solution for any home. They usually are not more complicated than fitting a normal split air conditioning system – many modern HVAC systems use heat pumps.

Ground-source heat pumps will naturally require some outdoor space to dig the horizontal trenches into which the pipework will be sunk. Ideally, you will need around 2,000 square feet of space. Vertical ground source systems use boreholes, which require considerably less space.

Before installing a heat pump, you should make sure that your home is well-insulated. This will maximize the efficiency of your heating system or air conditioning and save you money on your energy bills.

Yes, it is possible to use a heat pump system to heat domestic hot water. However, you should consider that the high temperatures required for showers and other household temperatures can lower efficiency.

The maximum water temperature most heat pumps are capable of is around 45-50°C. This is enough for most domestic water needs. However, it is considerably lower than a conventional boiler’s capabilities, which stores water at around 60-65°C.

Most heat pump water heating systems contain an electric heating element to provide a boost when needed.

Get a Heat Pump Today and Save Money!

Reach out to us at Service Emperor whenever you have questions about Heat Pumps in Savannah GA or when you are ready to get that Heat Pump working! We have you covered and we’ll get your Heat Pump up and running ASAP. Call us at Service Emperor today to learn more about our process and how we can use it to serve your unique interests. Feel better in your home when Service Emperor is working on your indoor home comfort.

Get a New Heat Pump by contacting Service Emperor HVAC and Refrigeration today! 




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