You can increase the energy efficiency of your central cooling and heating system with a heat pump from Air Professionals. Our reliable, trustworthy technicians will help guide you through the process of selecting a heat pump that meets your needs. Since 1996, Air Professionals has been helping New Jersey homeowners increase the energy efficiency of their homes while saving money on their monthly utility bills.
For residents of Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Mercer County, and the surrounding NJ areas, we provide:
Schedule heat pump service online today or call us at 908-751-1011 for more information on our services and products.
Many homeowners looking to replace their old HVAC systems ask us about the best system to maximize their home’s energy efficiency—and we often talk to them about installing a heat pump.
A heat pump is essentially an air conditioner that cools your New Jersey home in the summer and also works in reverse to heat your home in the winter. Instead of creating heat, like all other types of heaters, boilers, and furnaces do, a heat pump is more energy efficient because it simply moves heat (from inside to outside your home in the summer and vice versa in the winter). One system provides year-round home comfort and does not require excess energy to heat up or cool down the air that cycles through your vents.
Replacing your HVAC system with a heat pump can yield a variety of benefits. Assuming your heat pump is regularly maintained and serviced, it will provide:
Among tax credits and other benefits of installing a heat pump, your system may pay itself off within five years from the energy savings!
Heat pumps use energy to move heat from one place to another. Because of their unique nature, they can be used to both heat and cool your home. In the summer, the heat pump takes the heat out of the air in your home and transports it to the air outside your home, acting as an air conditioner and cooling your home.
In the winter, this process is reversed. The heat pump acts as a heater, pulling heat out of the air outside and transferring it into the air in your home to warm it up. Since heat pumps pull heat out of the air, you will still need a furnace as a backup source of heat for extremely cold days.
Even properly installed heat pumps need regular tune-ups. We recommend that New Jersey homeowners schedule a heat pump inspection before every heating and cooling season. This will allow a professional HVAC technician to look at your system and ensure that it is in the best shape to provide total home comfort for the hot or cold months ahead.
Schedule your maintenance appointment online or call (908) 751-1011 today!
If our heat pump technicians find anything wrong with your system during our inspection (or if your heat pump does break down mid-season), we also provide top notch repair. We can handle any repair problem you have—large or small. Give us a call and we can ensure that your home is back to maintaining a comfortable temperature and energy efficiency!
Heat pumps do have a limited lifespan—approximately 10 – 15 years. If it’s time to replace your system, call the New Jersey heat pump experts at Air Professionals. Not sure if you need heat pump replacement? Give us a call if your heat pump:
We will remove your old system and replace it with a brand new, even more energy efficient heat pump that will last you for years to come. Request an estimate online »
At Air Professionals, we only install high-quality and extremely energy efficient heat pumps to ensure that your family benefits from improved home comfort and maximized energy savings for many years to come. Whether you’re a resident of Clinton, Bridgewater, Flemington, Branchburg, or Hillsborough—Air Professionals is the company for you!
Hunterdon County: Annandale, Asbury, Bloomsbury, Califon, Clinton, Flemington, Frenchtown, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Lambertville, Lebanon, Milford, Pittstown, Ringoes, Stockton, Three Bridges, and Whitehouse Station
Somerset County: Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Belle Mead, Bernardsville, Bound Brook, Branchburg, Bridgewater, Far Hills, Franklin Park, Gladstone, Green Brook, Hillsborough, Kingston, Martinsville, Millstone, Montgomery, Neshanic Station, North Plainfield, Peapack, Raritan, Rocky Hill, Skillman, Somerset, Somerville, South Bound Brook, and Warren
Mercer County: East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton Township, Hopewell Township, Lawrence Township, Mercerville, Robbinsville, and West Windsor Township
Middlesex County: East Brunswick, Kendall Park, New Brunswick, Highland Park, Plainsboro Township, South Brunswick, and South Plainfield
Warren County: Alpha, Greenwich, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, and Pohatcong Township