In many cases, the decision to install a heat pump or a furnace is largely dependent on whether your house uses natural gas or electricity to heat the home. Although there are a variety of furnace models on the market that offer electric, gas, and propane options. Don’t just huddle under a blanket, stay warm with a heat pump or a furnace.
The furnace is one of the most common heating systems found in homes throughout the U.S. because of its reliability, efficiency, and durability. While the East Valley gets its share of cool days and nights during the winter months when the furnace will be operating, much of the country experiences a more seasonal climate. When it comes to deciding to install a furnace in your home, a number of factors come into play, including local utilities; is your neighborhood within the parameters of a gas line/service area? Other factors include the actual building structure of your home and how it’s configured. It’s important to know the differences and what each system offers so you can ask the right questions in order to help with a smooth installation.
At John’s, our technicians are certified and able to answer your questions every step of the way. We’ll make the initial calculations to help find the right size furnace to effectively heat your home. Once we have established what model to install in your home, we will begin the process. Then, 60 days after an installation is complete, we return for an inspection, as promised in our guarantee.
Heat pumps do an excellent job in more temperate climates, as they provide both heating and cooling in one convenient system. Heat pumps are one of the most efficient HVAC systems on the market, making them an attractive option to many homeowners looking to reduce energy usage and costs. A heat pump uses electricity to heat and cool your home and they are typically found in many homes in Arizona.
Installing or replacing a heat pump in your home is not a small decision. You will live with it for many years, so you want to be certain that it provides an efficient way to heat and cool your home. One of the most common causes of heat pump issues is poor installation. There are many different components involved to ensure the system runs like clockwork. At John’s, we go the extra mile and take a whole-house approach to make sure your heat pump operates efficiently with the ductwork and structure of your home.
It is our responsibility to provide 100 percent customer satisfaction and we proudly carry an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, so you know you’re in good hands when you call on John’s. We also offer a money-back guarantee on new installations and replacements. If you aren’t happy with the performance of the system we installed – or the service within the first year – you can call us to remove the unit free of charge.
If you still have questions about the differences of both the furnace and heat pump, contact John’s; we’re here 25 hours a day, 8 days a week and are happy to address any of your heating concerns.