Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Services

Man working on a heat pump

If you’re looking for a greener way to heat and cool your home, you may want to consider a heat pump. Instead of relying on fossil fuels, heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool space to a warm space. In some homes, installing a heat pump can help improve energy efficiency, saving you money on your utility bills.

There are a few different kinds of heat pumps for residential use: air-to-air, water source, and geothermal. They work by collecting heat from the air, water, or ground outside your home and move it for use inside. The most common type of heat pump is the air-source variety, which transfers heat between your home and the outdoors.

At Quality Systems Heating & Cooling, we strive to be one of Minnesota’s most trusted heat pump companies. Our technicians can help you determine whether a heat pump is the best option for your home. We provide expert guidance and handle each service with knowledge and experience.If you’re interested to learn more about how your home could benefit from a heat pump, contact Quality Systems Heating & Cooling. We provide top-notch heat pump installation services throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Call us today at 952-226-2665.

The Benefits of Adding a Heat Pump to Your Home

Quality Systems Heating & Cooling provides premium heat pump installation and maintenance services. However, prior to installation, you should take the time to learn why making the switch from a standard heater to a heat pump may be the best option for you. There are several advantages to adding a heat pump to your home.


Save Money on Energy Bills

Heat pumps use less energy compared to standard heating systems. Traditional heaters utilize a power source to convert that energy into heat. Because heat pumps collect their heat from the environment, they are exceptionally energy efficient. With a heat pump, you can expect to save money every month on lower heating bills.

Enhanced Safety

Standard furnaces often use gas to operate, which poses risks for gas leaks, fires, and explosions. Since heat pumps don’t rely on gas to operate, they are a generally safer option for your home.

Improved Air Quality

With a heat pump working to provide you with your desired indoor temperatures, you won’t have to worry about purchasing a humidifier or dehumidifier to balance out the air quality. Heat pumps work to dehumidify the air in the summer. They also don’t put out dry air in the winter, which can provide your home with a more comfortable environment.

Less Noise Disruption

While some HVAC systems can generate loud noises, heat pumps are generally quiet. With a heat pump, you won’t have to listen to a loud machine work to maintain your home’s temperature. Electric heat pumps are silent and efficient.

As you can see, heat pumps are worth considering adding to your home. From enhanced air quality to providing an overall more comfortable environment, you will notice the advantages of a heat pump soon after installation.

Contact Quality Systems Heating & Cooling for Your Heat Pump Needs

Whether you have questions about our heat pump services, or you’re interested in making the switch from a traditional HVAC system to a new heat hump, Quality Systems Heating & Cooling is here to assist. We’ll supply you with a team of qualified and experienced technicians capable of answering any questions you may have. We’ll also install and maintain your heat pump so you can feel comfortable all year round.

Contact Quality Systems Heating & Cooling today by filling out our contact form or giving us a call at 952-226-2665.