Most homes in the Tucson are set up with an air conditioner and a separate furnace. But what if there was a way to combine the two and only have one single, energy efficient unit that could both cool and heat your home?

There is. And it’s called a heat pump.

What is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is an air conditioner that can also work in reverse. In other words, in the summer it pulls heat out of your home, making the temperature in your home much cooler.

Then, during the few weeks of winter that we get in the Tucson area, the heat pump reverses this process. Rather than taking the heat out of your home and transporting it outside, it takes heat from outside and puts it into your home.

Why Should I Consider a Heat Pump?

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner or furnace, you may want to consider a heat pump for a few reasons:

  • More energy efficient Heat pumps can be up to 400% more efficient. That means for each unit of energy used, they move up to four units of heat.
  • Reliable The technology in heat pumps is not new. They’ve been around for a long time and can last as long as a good air conditioner (up to 10-15 years.)
  • Environmentally friendly Unlike gas furnaces, heat pumps to do not burn anything or directly release carbon emissions. They only use a small amount of electrical energy to move heat.

Our team is also trained and certified to work on any heat pump brand. We offer heat pump systems with various efficiency ratings and sizes that will certainly meet your needs. Our expert technicians well trained in installations and modulation of these systems can set you up with a heat pump in Tucson quickly.

Amana offers a full line of heat pumps that provide heating and cooling from a single system eliminating the need and extra cost of having two separate units. Allow our professional team to help you select the perfect all-in-one system with the greatest energy efficiency savings available.

It will have the highest Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and Hydrological Simulation Program Fortran (HSPF) ratings.

Reliable Heat Pump Repairs

When properly maintained, heat pumps can work well for up to 10-15 years in the Tucson area. But if you do have a problem with your heat pump, Platinum Air has trained experts that can diagnose and repair your heat pump.

Please call (520) 867-9861 to schedule an appointment for Tucson Furnace Repair, Heater Repair, and Heating Repair, Tucson Heater Installation, Tucson Heat Pumps, and Tucson Package Systems.