Heat Pumps and Air Handlers

What is a heat pump (basic)?

Heat Pumps, provide both a warming and cooling framework and will utilize and condition air from outside to cool or heat your home.

What is an Air Handler?

Air Handlers are what disperse and move the already conditioned air throughout your home or business and work to circulate and condition the air in your home in partnership with your HVAC systems air conditioner or heat pump unit.

“G & G Heating is home to some of the Olympia areas most experienced HVAC system experts. Let us help you with all your home and/or business heat pump and air handler needs!”

Air heaters are totally necessary in the warm and humid areas of the world. Picking out the most reliable air handlers is the best thing to do if you are in such areas. Heat pumps make use of electrical energy to move heat from one medium to the other, whereas air handlers circulate air within the room or house. Both heat pumps and air handlers are on a par with each other regarding capacity and efficiency.

Air handlers and heat pumps in Olympia are of high quality, energy efficient and have options to vary temperature accordingly. Zone control systems to maintain temperature is present in the system. There are options to minimize cooling drafts and maximize electrical savings. The equipment also possesses a scroll compressor which maintains air temperatures of 10-15 degrees Fahrenheit warmer during the heating process. An enhanced comfort mode feature makes our products one of the most suitable in this niche.

A combination of the latest technology, comfort, and comparatively competitive prices is the secret behind the success of our brand. With our heat pumps and air handlers, you can definitely save 30%-40% of electricity which in turn means economical electricity bills.

We have an exclusive collection of heat pumps and air handlers which come in attractive colors and with amazing features. If you are not sure which type of system will best suit your home, you can contact our dedicated support staff and get further information on this.

Is a Heat Pump a good substitute for both air conditioning and furnace?




Other Related HVAC Products:

Air Conditioning