Indoor Air Quality
Heat Pump Services in Westchester County, NY
Summers get hot here in Westchester County, and winters are freezing cold. It used to be you needed two separate systems to handle both of them: a furnace or boiler to warm your home in the winter, and an air conditioner in the summer to stay cool. The systems usually work fine in conjunction, but they can be bulky and other issues may arise as well.
One viable alternative is a heat pump system, which uses the principles of heat transfer to both heat and cool your home. Not only does that add convenience to the process, but it can save you a great deal of money in monthly costs, as well. And with the pros at Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators to handle heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance for you, you can be assured of getting top-notch service for your heat pump system no matter what. If you’re thinking of installing one, or you already own one and need it fixed or maintained, contact us today!
Heat Pump Installation Is Available
A heat pump works according to the same principles as air conditioning: circulating refrigerant that removes heat from the air around the evaporator coil, and dispersing that heat into the air outside via the condenser coil. The only difference with a heat pump is that that cycle is reversible: allowing you to warm the air in your home with the heat absorbed from the air outside. Heat pumps used to lack enough warming power in cold weather to make a good fit for Westchester County, but recent advances have made them much more effective. Installing them can be completed in a single day by the professionals at Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators in most cases, helping you enjoy the benefits as quickly as possible.
Avoid Repairs with Timely Maintenance
You never know when trouble is going to strike with your home appliances, and your heat pump is no exception. But you can get a handle on trouble before it hits you with regular maintenance sessions from Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators. By checking your system once or twice a year, you’ll be able to get a jump on any problems when they’re still small, as well as helping your system run more smoothly and cut into those monthly bills. When applied over time, it may even extend the life of your system, helping you make the most of your investment. Ideally, you should schedule maintenance twice a year, in the spring and the fall. Once a year is not enough, because the system is doing twice the work of a designated heater or air conditioner.
We Cover Repairs of all Kinds
Maintenance can prevent a number of problems, but sooner or later, every system suffers a breakdown. Your heat pump is no different. Our trained staff is ready to go with heat pump repairs, and because we know that not every breakdown takes place during normal business hours, we offer 24–hour emergency service to cover you no matter when you need us.
We’ve been in business since 1939, and our trained staff has the experience you need to handle any contingency. Give us a call today and let us help you keep your heat pump working properly.