Heat Pump Services
Lee’s Summit Heat Pump Repair, Replacement & Installation Services
The first name in Lee’s Summit heat pump repair, replacement & installation is Sharp-Long 72 Degrees Air Conditioning and Heating. Call us today for fast, friendly and expert service. Our quality and service is second to none, but don’t just take our word for it. Have a look at what others had to say about us on our reviews page.
Simply put, a heat pump is a device that pulls the heat from one environment and transfers it to another. Even during the coldest days of winter, there is heat to be found in the outside air. As a matter of fact, heat exists in the air at a temperature above absolute zero.
The heat pump uses refrigerant liquid, not unlike that of your refrigerator, to absorb the heat in the outdoor air and transfer it to the inside of your home.
In order to ensure the best possible efficiency, your heat pump requires regular service and maintenance. You can count on Sharp-Long 72 Degrees Air Conditioning and Heating to keep your heat pump in great working order. All our repairs are 100% guaranteed. If a repair fails during the season, we will fix it again absolutely free.
Today’s best heat pumps from Sharp-Long 72 Degrees Air Conditioning and Heating may be right for you, whether it’s for your new Lee’s Summit home or you need to replace your current heating and air conditioning system. We offerfree estimates on the installation of new heat pumps.
You may be thinking that our Lee’s Summit winter nights can get pretty cold and worry that a heat pump may not be the best for such nights. Actually, we live in an ideal climate for the use of heat pumps, because our winters do not generally get as cold as our neighbors to the north and our summers are cooler than those to the south.
Since a heat pump does not burn fuel to generate heat, it is a very environmentally friendly option. It is also the best choice to reduce your energy bills. Heat pumps quietly provide uniform heat throughout your home.
In the hotter summer months, the process can be reversed to transfer heat from inside your house to the outside, creating a cooling effect. This eliminates the need of separate heating and air conditioning units for your home.