Heat Pump Repair

Two Heat Pumps Outside a House

A Heat Pump Brings in Warm Air from Outside When Your House is Too Cold.

Think of your heat pump as the Goldilocks of your HVAC system. “This air is too hot. That air is too cold. This air is just right!” Your heat pump works in unison with your thermostat, pulling in heat from outside when your home needs an increase in temperature, and expelling heat when the house gets too warm.

It’s not a furnace consuming fuel. It’s smarter than a vent, controlling the direction of heat and providing temperature balance for your home. For a quote on installation or heat pump repair in Fort Worth, TX, speak with one of our friendly technicians at 817-834-2829.

How Does a Heat Pump Help Me?

Energy Savings

Heat pumps work with the rest of your HVAC system to keep your home comfortable. With your pump removing excess warm air, your air conditioning unit won’t have to work as hard to cool your home. Think of the summertime savings! Unlike a furnace (which typically consumes natural gas), a heat pump utilizes electricity so you can reduce your energy costs. This is especially useful for homes in hot climates where the air is naturally warm. If your home’s energy bill suffers from excessive fuel consumption, switching to a heat pump could lower your monthly costs.

Heating Pumps on a Rooftop

A Heat Pump Controls the Flow of Hot Air In and Out of Your Home.

Air Quality

Does your home feel stuffy? Heat pumps work to improve your indoor air quality by introducing fresh air from outside and removing stale air outside. This can reduce the level of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens in your home. It can also slow the buildup of pet dander in your air filter.

Are you interested in learning more about heat pumps? Talk with one of our specialists at 817-834-2829. Don’t hesitate to call Arctic Air Conditioning for any heat pump repairs in Fort Worth, TX.