Achieve peak heating and cooling with a high-efficiency heat pump
Heat pumps are the most efficient cooling systems available. Instead of simply producing cool air like a typical furnace or air conditioner, a heat pump provides year-round comfort by transferring heat from one source to another. The result is a more energy efficient system as compared to a typical electric, gas, oil or propane system. A heat pump can save you money in the long run!
Banner Furnace and Fuel installs heat pumps from quality manufacturers, including Lennox, Daikin and Goodman. Our certified and experienced HVAC technicians can repair any make or model. Our goal is your total home comfort!
How does a heat pump work?
A heat pump is a heating and cooling system that consists of two parts: an indoor unit called an air handler, and an outdoor unit similar to a central air conditioner. That outside unit is the heat pump, which absorbs the hot air from inside the house and releases it outside in the summer. In winter, even though it feels cold outside, there is heat energy in the air. The heat pump takes the available heat and pumps it into the house. In essence, the heat pump takes warm air from one place to another depending on where it’s wanted or needed.
A heat pump can be an effective part of a total home system that includes a gas, oil or propane furnace. With this type of a duel-fuel option each system operates at peak efficiency. When the heat pump can’t produce enough heat, the furnace kicks on and will eventually take over if it can operate more efficiently than the heat pump.
The biggest advantage of a heat pump is its efficiency. Because it is simply moving heat from one place to another instead of generating it, it doesn’t require as much energy. That means a larger long-term savings on your fuel bills.
Brands We Trust
When it comes to furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioning systems, Banner Furnace & Fuel works with the most respected manufacturers in the country. Our expert technicians are available 24/7 to fix your existing system, or they can install a new system that utilizes the most up-to-date heating and cooling technology.