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Homeowners throughout Maryland trust BGE HOME to provide professional heat pump installations and replacements. When your home’s heat pump stops working in the winter or constantly runs in the summer, it can lead to a handful of issues. Our heat pump repair experts have years of experience working with a variety of heat pumps, and we can handle any size job you bring out way. We also offer 24/7 emergency heat pump service throughout a variety of counties including Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Cecil County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, and Prince Georges County.

A heat pump is a single unit that looks like an air conditioner from the exterior, but in fact performs the same functions as a heating and air conditioning system. This type of system works by pumping heat into the house in the wintertime and out of the house during the summer months. Because of its ability to both heat and cool your home, a heat pump can be an economical and efficient option for Maryland homeowners. If gas is unavailable or if electricity is the most reasonable energy option, a heat pump may be the best system for your home.

When deciding to purchase and install a new heat pump in your home, it is important to have a qualified professional, like BGE HOME, guide you through the selection and installation of your new system. A heat pump installation that is incorrectly installed or the wrong size can compromise the performance and efficiency of the overall unit. Our BGE HOME heat pump installers can provide a professional heat pump installation and ensure your equipment is installed safely and correctly.

At BGE HOME in Maryland, we want to make sure that your new heat pump replacement fits your budget and your needs. Let our Energy and Comfort Consultants find the right solution for you and your home and provide you with a free estimate.

What is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a single unit that looks like an air conditioner from the exterior, but in fact performs the same functions as an HVAC system. This type of heating system works by pumping heat into the house in the wintertime and out of the house during the summer months.

Because of its ability to both heat and cool your home, a heat pump can be an economical and efficient option for Maryland homeowners. If gas is unavailable or if electricity is the most reasonable energy option, a heat pump may be the best system for your home.

At BGE HOME, we want to make sure that your new heat pump replacement fits your budget and your needs. Let our professional heat pump installers find the right solution for you and your home and provide you with a free estimate. With 24/7 heat pump installations and replacements, we can service all major brands.

Importance of Sizing a Heat Pump

Without the proper sizing, a heat pump could be too small for the home and therefore be over exerting itself to meet the energy needs of its owner. On the other hand, a heat pump could also be too large for the home and be reaching the goal temperature too quickly, thereby causing unnecessary wear on the unit due to short cycling. One of the main benefits of using a heat pump as your heating and cooling source is the efficiency of the unit. To ensure you are fully realizing this benefit, have a professional heat pump expert, like BGE HOME, help you with your selection and heat pump installation.

Your heating and cooling system is the largest energy user in your home. When it’s time to replace your old heat pump, BGE HOME can help you find the heat pump that’s right for your home. We’ll help you every step of the way, from selecting an energy efficient heat pump, to a hassle-free heat pump installation.

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

A heat pump provides both heating and cooling for a home and may appear as a split system or a self-contained unit. Instead of using fuel to heat or cool your home like other heating and cooling systems, a heat pump uses existing ambient air and transfers the air into or out of your home depending on the needs of the season.

This is known as the heat transfer process. For the warmer months, the heat pump removes heat from your home, and in the colder months, it reverses the process and brings heat into your home. This process only uses a minimal amount of electricity making the process energy efficient. To learn more about how heat pumps operate, visit our Heating & Air Conditioning Product Guide.

If you live in Maryland and you need to schedule a heat pump service, don’t hesitate to contact our professional staff today.

 

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