Let’s face it: home heating can be rather expensive. No matter what climate you live in, the minute you turn the heater on it can raise your energy bills up —- thanks to your traditional furnace. If you’re looking for a cheaper, energy efficient way to heat your home this season, then we suggest looking into a heat pump — or rather replacing your current heat pump, and here’s why:
Great Way to Save Money
Believe or not, a heat pump can save money on your utility bills each month! Using an abundance of heat from the elements outside, this device will take the natural air and bring it within your home, being a great source of natural heat. If you already have a heat pump, you’ll know that this is the most beneficial feature and definitely cuts the cost of your home’s energy bill in half.
Cuts Maintenance Costs
Unlike most in-home fixtures, a heat pump is quite self-sufficient — and won’t require a lot of maintenance. Think of a heat pump as the unit that works on its own terms, since it only focuses on a few key features when in use. Although some older models may begin to deteriorate over time (like many household items), it’s important to have your heat pump replaced to give your the best experience possible — and the heat your home rightfully deserves.
In addition to being a great money-saving feature in your home, a heat pump will also be a great way to save energy within your home! Think about how your traditional furnace may use a surplus of unnecessary energy to get the job done. With a heat pump, your energy usage will significantly drop — and most energy bills will drop to approximately 30-40 percent! That’s a benefit that anyone would like to see within their home (and in their bills)!
If you run into any problems with your current heat pump, or you have any questions about getting a heat pump, do not hesitate to reach out to our professionals here at Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. Your local Knoxville plumbing technicians are experts in their field and they’re here to help YOU with all of your plumbing needs.