Garland TX Heat Pump RepairService on  heat pumps, air conditioners and furnaces. Call our Garland TX Heat Pump Repair team for special off-season check up pricing. Now don’t take this service for granted. We will get your heat pump operating at peak efficiency before the season starts. Also, this preventative maintenance is the same thing as taking good care of your truck. You don’t run it until it breaks down. Why would you do that to your equipment, the heart of your  heating and cooling system?

Heat Pump Repair

We are trained to repair all the major brands including Bryant, Trane, Carrier, Lennox, Goodmans, and Amana. If your system is over seven years old, now may be the time to investigate the Energy Star rated heat pumps. You may qualify for a tax credit of up to 30% of the cost to install the unit.

Commercial Heat Pump Repair

The technicians from a number one air are licensed to repair all brands of heating and air conditioning equipment and all types of air conditioning equipment. That includes heat pumps. Do you know how heat pump works?

The EPA has written a great article about the energy efficiency of a heat pump will find here: Heat pumps, Geothermal. In this article you will find surprising statistics you may not thought about. For instance did you know that a heat pump installed in the Garland TX area could save you a lot of money on utility bills. If you have installed an energy Star certified model it can cut your energy bills more than $200 a year.

Energy Star Rated Products

When an appliance earns an energy Star rating it means that the product meets the strictest guidelines for energy efficiency set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. When you choose equipment with this designation and take steps to optimizes performance you can enhance the comfort of your home and lower energy bills at the same time.

Geothermal heat pumps are hands-down the most efficient equipment you can buy to maintain comfortable heating and cooling temperatures in your home year-round. They pull heat from the natural earth beneath their feet to provide both heating and cooling. Sometimes they also heat water.