Heat Pump Services in Texas

An Efficient Way to Heat Your Home This Winter

Are you looking for an alternative to a traditional furnace or air conditioner for heating your home this winter? If so, check out the features and benefits of heat pumps. A heat pump offers an energy-efficient way to transfer the cold air outside into warm air inside. Strittmatter, Plumbing Heating and AC offer complete heat pump services in Texas.

Whether you’re looking for something to replace your current HVAC system or need maintenance on your heat pump system, we provide heating services to keep your home warm and safe all winter long. Our trained technicians are certified to work on all heat pump heating systems. Contact us today and let us help you keep your heat pump in tip-top shape.

To schedule heat pump service in Texas, fill out our contact form or call Strittmatter Plumbing, Heating and AC today.

What Is a Heat Pump Heating System?

A heat pump heating system is similar to a heat pump in your HVAC system. One of the biggest differences is that the heat pump unit is outside where your furnace is inside. Also, unlike a furnace that uses a heating element to warm the air, a heat pump uses electricity to transfer heat from a cool space to a warm space. Since the heat pump transfers heat instead of generating heat, it offers a more efficient solution for temperature control.

There are three main types of heat pump systems.

Ducted Air-Source Heat Pump

One of the most common types of heat pump heating systems is an air-source heat pump. It transfers cold air into hot air via a ducted network. Air-source heat pumps are more advanced, making them a viable option for cold winters in Texas.

Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump

If you have a home that doesn’t have ducts or want an alternative to traditional ductwork, we can install a heat pump that can generate warm and cool air. Instead of a duct, the system uses tubing to channel air into your home.

Geothermal Heat Pump

Ground-source or water-source geothermal heat pumps are highly efficient at transferring heat between the source and your home. They reduce operating costs by up to 60 percent and are more dependable than other types of heat pumps. Plus, they are ideal for cold climates when temperatures fall below zero.

Heat Pump Heating Services We Offer in Texas

Heat Pump Repair

While upfront installation costs may be higher, you will not have to spend as much money on repairs over time. You will have fewer repairs and a lower risk of breakdown and emergency technician calls.

Heat Pump Installation

Whether you have a new build or need to replace old equipment, we install all types of Heat Pump heating systems. We can install a customized Heat Pump heating unit and ductwork that provides your room or designated area with the right amount of heat. We install high-efficiency Heat Pump products from brands you know and trust.

Heat Pump Maintenance

The best way to keep your Heat Pump heating system running reliably each winter is by scheduling routine preventative maintenance. Strittmatter Plumbing, Heating and AC can perform annual seasonal maintenance on your furnace, ductwork, and other components. Our Comfort Club Plan can help you save money on repairs and replacement costs while getting extra perks

Heat Pump Inspection

Heat Pump heating problems can be difficult to pinpoint and even harder to fix. We provide accurate, timely inspections when you need an accurate diagnosis of your furnace problem. We can assess your entire Heat Pump heating system to determine what is going wrong with your furnace. We can also recommend the best way to fix the problem.

Schedule Heating Services in Texas

With winter on the way, it’s important to keep your house safe and warm. So, if you need help with your heating system, Strittmatter Plumbing, Heating and AC are ready to help. Contact us today for heating service in Texas. 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Heat Pump Heating Services in Texas

The answer to that question depends on the issue or project. Service can range from a quick inspection or maintenance to full repair and replacement. We will inspect your system to identify the problem and recommend the right solution.

Whether you have a new or old system, you should schedule heating service at least once a year, just before winter. Ideally, a technician should perform service in September. It gives you time to get your system ready if you have any major problems.

The three main types of heating systems are furnaces, heat pumps, and mini-split air conditioners. What’s the difference?

Furnace – an inside unit that produces heat via a heating element (electric) or oil/gas (fuel).

Heat pump – an outside unit that runs on electricity. It draws air in from the outside and transfers it into hot air.

Mini-Split AC – An individual indoor or outdoor unit designed to heat a specific room or area of the house.

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