Don't let the name fool you. A heat pump can keep you comfortable even if it's warm outside! Heat pumps are designed to transport hot air out of your home in the summer and bring in warm air during the winter. A heat pump is a great option for families in Maine.
If you want to remain comfortable throughout the year, call Lee J Bell Construction LLC. We install and repair heat pumps in Dixmont & Pittsfield, and Hampden, ME and surrounding areas. We have the right experience with heat pumps. Call us today for a free estimate on your service.
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Halcyon systems eliminate the need for a basement or attic-located evaporator unit and bulky ductwork by using thin copper tubing that pumps refrigerant directly to discreet wall-mounted or concealed units inside. Even more remarkable, this same unit works in reverse in winter, absorbing heat from the outside air and moving it indoors to heat your home. The result? Efficient cooling and heating for year round, whole-house comfort in most climates. Available in numerous mix-and-match capacities and configurations, there's a Halcyon mini-split system for even the most difficult to heat and cool areas.
Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to pump refrigerant and transfer heat from one space to another. When we transfer heat from within our home to the outdoors, we call it "air conditioning". Conversely, when we transfer heat from the outdoors to within the home, we call it a "heat-pump".
Don't waste money cooling and heating the ducts in your walls and attic. Systems are ductless, meaning they install easily and won't take up valuable closet space. Since mini-splits have little to no ducting, they forego those energy losses typically associated with central forced-air systems. Duct losses in a central air system can easily account for more than 30% of energy consumption, especially if the ducts are not sealed tight or in an unconditioned space such as an attic or crawlspace.
Individual Zoning allows you to heat or cool the rooms you want, and not use the areas that are unoccupied.