When it's cold outside your family needs your heating system to be working properly. Before winter weather hits here in Knoxville be sure to test your heat pump out. Whether you have an electric heater or a gas furnace. We can help keep you warm all winter long.
Do you have a central heating and cooling unit, forced air heating, HVAC heat pump or gas heating? No matter what type of heating system you have our professional heating repair technicians can diagnose and fix it all. And if you need a heater replacement we can even help you with financing.
Our certified heating technicians are experienced and trained to service, maintain, install, and repair all makes and models of air conditioning & heating equipment.
All of our heating repair technicians have years of experience in all aspects of commercial HVAC service in Knoxville. It is mandatory for each technician to complete a full in house training to insure that they are up to date on the latest air conditioning & heating equipment.
We insulate our ductwork to increase efficiency. This is how quality of work sets us apart from other Knoxville heating and air companies. We spend as much time as we need to insure that our jobs are done right and your family is warm. Don't hesitate to call us for an estimate on your heating repair needs here in Knoxville.
Choosing the right type of home cooling or heating system might be a challenging task, especially since so many options are available. When considering a heat pump vs. electric heat, take in the following features.
Heat pump vs electric heat: Heat pump is a type of HVAC unit that uses the heat energy generated by a heat source and transfers it against the temperature gradient.
Heat pumps can have various sources of heat, the most popular being forced air heat pumps. A heat pump includes an air conditioner (AC) as well. It just reverses the heating process to create cool air. Heat pumps are ideal for moderate climates like Knoxville.
When comparing a heat pump vs. an electric heat unit, you'll notice heat pumps don't use electricity for the actual heating and cooling process, but for running the fans and pumps only. This makes heat pumps a more efficient way of maintaining a constant temperature, helping you save up to 75 percent more on your heating bill. Although your bill will be significantly lower, you might need to invest more in purchasing a high-quality heat pump.
Other heating solutions also include electric heating. As opposed to heat pumps, these units produce electric heat using electrical energy only.
No matter what you choose to use them for, these heat systems will probably be much cheaper than heat pumps. Apart from the lower costs, these types of heaters can be used to heat specific areas, such as floors, as opposed to heat pumps, which are better at controlling the temperature in the entire house.
Unlike an HVAC heat pump, this heating solution doesn't include the option for cooling. Call us today to discuss your options.