More and more, heat pumps are becoming a popular choice in space heating and cooling systems. These heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) devices can save homeowners up to 50% versus oil and electric heat in some cases.
Heat pumps distribute thermal energy by use of an indoor space heater and an outdoor compressor and condenser to provide quiet, efficient operation. They can be installed, typically in half a day, in any home regardless of existing heat system, to serve as both a heat source and AC unit for dependable all-season comfort.
EMC is the only Island business licensed to sell and service all major brands of heat pumps.
Entire Mechanical and Electrical is proud to be the only Island company to be certified to sell and service all major heat pump brands.
Geothermal heat pumps are known as the most efficient heating and cooling source available today. They’re eco-friendly, versatile, long lasting and cost efficient, lowering your monthly utility bills significantly.
A large part of the savings comes from the fact that geothermal heat pumps use free, renewable energy in the form of heat from the earth itself. Unlike conventional heating systems – oil, natural gas, coal or wood heat – there is no combustion or fuel source required; they simply move existing heat from one place to another. Since there is no cost for the heat itself, a heat pump can emit more heat energy than the power it consumes. For every $1 you spend on heating, you get $4 of heat energy. That's 400% efficiency.
Geothermal heat pumps can be used for forced air heating and cooling, radiant in-floor, or a combination of both. Once installed, they eliminate the need for back up heat or additional air conditioning as they’re capable of providing full capacity heating and cooling whenever required, and most installations are sized to provide 100% of the heating load.
Entire Mechanical & Electrical is proud to sell and service the following top quality Geothermal Heat Pump brands.
Low water pressure may be indicative of something as simple as sediment build up in a showerhead, or as serious as a problem with the water lines that feed your water supply. If you experience low water pressure in any area of your house, it’s crucial to discover the source of the problem.