Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are incredibly useful all year round. The hardware is able to push hot air into your building. It can also be configured to remove hot air from the building. These features make a heat pump an effective solution for both cooling down or heating up an environment. 

When installing a heat pump, you need to decide on the type you wish to add to your building. While some will consider getting a complete system, others may benefit from only buying a standalone unit. The unit itself can be used as a replacement part, helping you save money compared to buying a complete heat pump system. Your HVAC supplier should be able to match the current heat pump that's giving you a problem with a new unit in their inventory. 

The Furnace Outlet has heat pumps of all sizes, ensuring the needs your building has can be met more accurately – providing you with a cost-effective solution. Whether repairing your heat pump or adding a new one, our units are all part of the Goodman range and provide you with the quality you deserve; whether pairing with a furnace 120 000 BTU system or something smaller, the variety of heat pump units in our inventory can meet any demands. 

Your first consideration should be the size of your building. Whether it is a building for commercial or residential purposes, it is important to always start by measuring the interior. Make sure you calculate the specific square footage of the area that needs to be covered by the heat pump unit. This will tell you how big the area is – and what type of heat pump will work best for the area. 

Depending on the area you live in, a small 1.5 ton heat pump may cover areas up to 1,000 square feet. For a 2,000 square feet home or office building, your heat pump should be a model that ranges from a 2.5 ton up to a 3.5 ton. Larger options, such as a five-ton heat pump, will generally be ideal for covering bigger areas. 

When you are looking for a heat pump unit to install, it would be a good idea to consult with an expert in the area. HVAC systems require specific hardware to ensure compatibility. With this in mind, buying the wrong heat pump might mean you are unable to install it in your existing HVAC system. This could lead to excessive expenses on your side. 

An HVAC expert can do measurements in your building and ensure you do not oversize the heat pump you buy, as this leads to reduced efficiency and a significant increase in energy costs.


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