We Install & Maintain Heat Pumps for Armstrong County Homeowners

Many don’t realize that, when it comes to home heating, they have options. If you feel your heating needs aren’t being met or if you’re looking for a way to heat your home more efficiently, we’ve got some great alternatives you can explore – one being heat pumps. We even have inverter heat pumps, which are known for operating consistently and saving homeowners money on heating costs.

Ready to learn more? We’ve got the knowledge, tools, and experience to set you up with the perfect system for your needs.

Heat Pump in basement with two large angled pipes and ductwork.
Heat Pump in basement with two long runs of duct work.
Heat pump condenser on side of home. The yard is sloped and the chimney is to the left.

What Is a Heat Pump?

Heat pumps use refrigerant to distribute heat from one location to another, and they’re known as a much more sustainable, cost-effective, and efficient alternative for home heating. Essentially, they use air that’s already there to heat or cool your home, rather than generate new air.

Can I use my heat pump for cooling?

The obvious answer to this may seem like a resounding no, but that isn’t the case! Heat pumps are meant to be used for both heating and cooling, giving you the comfort you’re looking for, no matter the season or weather.

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Like we said, with a heat pump, the heat will be transferred from one location to another. This means that, in the winter, outdoor air will be pulled into the home, heated, then poured into your space, and in the summer, the hot air in your home will be pulled out, cooled, then put back into your home.

All this is done with the help of complex parts, including both outdoor and indoor units, refrigerant, reversing and expansion valves, and a compressor. So, while the process seems simple enough, it takes a lot of moving parts cohesively working together to get the job done.

The Pros of Heat Pumps for Home Heating

  • They’re energy efficient, resulting in lower energy bills and less wear on your system, overall.
  • They produce fewer emissions than traditional options, making them an environmentally-friendly choice.
  • They have a long lifespan, with some lasting around 15 – 20 years when appropriately maintained.
  • They can be used for heating and cooling, making them a versatile option that can be used all year long.
  • They filter your air, ensuring your indoor air quality stays in good shape and your dust/allergen levels stay more manageable.
  • They operate quietly, so you don’t have to deal with extra noise when trying to sleep, relax, watch a movie, or enjoy conversation.

For Quality HVAC Care, Trust Us for It All

No matter your HVAC needs, we want to be the team to help you out with all of it. We can tackle your heating and air repairs, new system installations, any upgrades you’re interested in, and more. Call today or reach out online to explore your options with us.


When it comes to heating your home, there are several options, including radiant heat systems, that we can recommend for your particular situation.