Heat Pumps & Ductless Heat Pumps

Reliable Heat Pumps and Ductless Heat Pumps

Improve Your Property's Heating Efficiency

Earlier, ductless heat pumps were mostly used in the commercial properties. They have also been very popular in Asia and Europe for years. However, over the past several years, tens of thousands of ductless heat pumps have been installed in homes across the United States. The reason for this change is the incredible increase in the efficiency and the air distribution technology. Now even the ability to utilize multiple interior heads from one outdoor unit is working wonders for whole-home heating.

With the advent of inverter technology (DC drive instead of AC drive), units can now outperform most geothermal systems without the huge investment. They deliver incredible comfort levels too, all because the inverter units allow you to use the exact amount of heat you need without any spikes in temperature. Nearly constant air flow keeps the temperature even by reducing cold and hot spots.

Even the Installations are extremely reasonable because there is no need to add any ductwork. Easily piped refrigerant lines and electrical wiring will effectively get the heat throughout your home.

If you would like to take a look at a few of these systems, get in touch with the experts at Handy's Heating Inc anytime or visit our location to check out our showroom. We will be happy to answer all of your questions.

We Carry the Following Brands

  • Ductless heat pumps (Daikin and other brands)
  • Heat pumps (Coleman)

Do You Live In a Flood Zone?

With numerous flood zones throughout the Northwest, it is a good idea to have a heating system that works in all conditions. Ductless heat pumps are perfect for properties located in such areas. Because the small outdoor units can easily be installed almost anywhere on your exterior walls (with the lines running overhead), you won't have to worry about rising waters taking out the system.
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