Heat Pumps

Did you know that you could save between 30% and 50% on your energy costs by having heat pumps installed? I was shocked by the number and was curious and eager to learn more. That’s when I reached out to the experts at 207 Plumbing & Heating. These professionals have over 20 years of experience and care about the work they do. They can satisfaction knowing that they are helping the families of Maine. Helping them lower their heating and cooling costs, as well as making a change for the better of the planet.

Heat Pumps

They’re a team you can rely on to get things done right the first time as well as have you best interests in mind. They will never try and up sell you or recommend something that is more than what you need. When you come to them in search of having heat pumps installed. You can rest assured that you will recommend only what you need. As well as offer products from the best manufacturers. What peaked my interested in heat pumps was the amount I could save on my heating and cooling costs. Heat pumps are essentially your heating and your air conditioning in one unit. Heat pumps are able to save us money on our energy costs just by the nature of how they work. Instead of trying to create heat, they move heat. They require no fuel consumption and heat and cool the spaces compared to traditional systems at a fraction of the cost.

Maine Heat Pumps

I strongly recommend contacting 207 Plumbing & Heating if you’re interested in making the switch. Or if you already have them installed, these professionals can also help maintain and repair them for you. If you’re not familiar with heat pumps, they will take the time to explain things to you. From what I know, heat pumps are usually installed with one indoor unit, and one outdoor unit. Although depending on your home or ubsiness, two indoor units can operate off of one outdoor unit. To learn more about how these choices are made, 207 Plumbing & Heating technicians will be able to help with this.

We made the switch almost a year ago and I would never go back. During the winter, they have done an amazing job at heating our entire home. Where before, we had one propane heater in the center of our home, and most rooms were left cold. During the summer I would just suffer through the heat and humidity because I did not want to pay to run an A/C unit. They were costly and inefficient to operate all season long. With the heat pumps though, they barely cost anything to run in the summer. We now have a comfortable home that sits at 70 all summer long. From my personal experience I would strongly recommend making the switch. Not to mention if you have solar panels. Because heat pumps run on electricity, your heating and cooling would practically be free!