Heat Pumps, Heat Pump Service & Heat Pump InstallationVilla Park, IL, Oak Brook, IL, Elmhurst, IL, Addison, IL, Westchester, IL & Lombard, IL
Heat pumps provide heating, cooling and lots of benefits for homeowners in Elmhurst, IL & the surrounding areas. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company offers a selection of award-winning, Energy Star rated, electric heat pumps featuring Greenspeed Intelligence. By automatically adapting output to the exact and changing needs of the indoor environment, these systems achieve unprecedented energy efficiency and consistent temperature. You pay less for ideal year-round comfort.
Heat Pump Service
The NATE-certified professionals handle heat pump installation, replacement, seasonal maintenance and repair for all makes and models, everywhere across Elmhurst, Villa Park, Lombard, Westchester, Addison & Oak Brook, IL. We combine quality of equipment with skilled and conscientious workmanship to optimize reliability. Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company welcomes calls to Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company to discuss options, problem-solve and make improvements. Let us achieve your goals with convenient scheduling and unmatched expertise.
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Advantages of Installing a Heat Pump:
Lower running costs
– Rather than burn fossil fuels to create heat, heat pumps simply transfer existing heat between the indoors and outdoors. The process is wonderfully energy efficient, trimming utility bills.
– Heat pumps require less upkeep than combustion heating operations. With annual service from the professionals from Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company, these modern systems provide exceptional dependability.
– With no combustion process, heat pumps have fewer safety concerns than combustion-based heating systems.
– There’s no greenhouse gas emissions or production of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide or fumes.
Heating and cooling combined
– During the summer, heat pumps operate as an effective cooling system. When the weather cools off, the system reverses the flow of refrigerant to provide heat.