The temperature and mild climate in Washington is
suited perfectly for heat pump systems. A heat pump system
in this environment will have a very high efficiency.
Conditioning and Heating
Heat Pumps provide both
heating and cooling.
Whether it’s the
scorching hot summer
day, or a freezing
winter night, Trane heat
pumps work day in and
day out to keep your
family in relaxing
We are proud to be a Trane Comfort
Specialist™, which means we are committed to the best in every
aspect of this business, from installation and service, to
customer satisfaction and employee training. We are also the
only TCS dealer in Whatcom Counties!
Heat pumps are a great way to heat your home,
whether you currently heat with gas, propane, oil, or
electricity. Being very versatile, they can be installed as a
hybrid (combination of a gas/oil/propane furnace with a heat
pump), or as a traditional all electric system. Heat pumps have
been getting a lot of press lately as a high-efficient way to
heat your home, and there's many reasons why!
Heat pumps are perfect for Western Washington,
since we enjoy relatively temperate weather here, and they're
ideal at temperatures 30 degrees and above. There are two pieces
of a heat pump: one inside and one outside your home. It works
by harnessing the heat from the air outside, condensing it, and
moving it to inside your home. For as much energy as it takes to
move the energy from outside to in, it uses very little.
What a heat pump can save for you depends on a
few different factors: your heat load calculation, balance
point, air flow, model type, and what your back-up source of
heat is. You need a back-up source of heat because when the
temperatures reach below approximately 30 degrees, the heat pump
needs a little help to get you up to your inside temperature
(the colder it gets outside, the harder it is to harness the
heat in the air). A free in-home consultation with Andgar will
determine what your heat needs are, what size you need, and can
provide you with an in-depth analysis on your approximate
savings per year.
Heat pumps offer an added bonus: they are air
conditioners in the summer!