Heat Pump Services & Repairs

Are you in need of heat pump repairs? Looking to have your heat pump maintained? Interested in learning more about a heat pump to replace your current system? You've come to the right place! Contact Aire Serv of Red Mountain and ask us about our heat pump services. Despite what the name suggests, a heat pump is an HVAC unit that monitors and controls both cooling and heating within a home by extracting warmth from outside. In the summertime, the unit uses a refrigerant to pump out the warmth from within your home, pushing it outdoors.

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Not only are these systems eco-friendly, but they are quickly growing in popularity thanks to their ability to fulfill multiple different roles. Instead of having to depend on wood, fuel oil, or natural gas, upgrade to a heat-pump system. This will allow you to receive all HVAC services in one. Our professionals at Aire Serv of Red Mountain, are prepared to install, maintain, and repair your heat pumps, allowing you to stay in comfort year-round. Thanks to our hot and dry climate, a heat pump can rely on plenty of hot exterior temperatures to keep your home cold and fresh.

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How Do Heat-Pumps Work?

There are two different types of heat pumps:


Geothermal heat pumps harness warmth from the ground to produce heat and is the cheapest and most efficient form of HVAC systems. Although they are usually more expensive to purchase and install, they are inexpensive to use and last for decades, making them a worthwhile investment.


Air-source pumps do not use fuel while generating their warmth. They depend on the temperatures outside to cool and heat a home. Due to their ability to distribute both hot and cold air, they can double as a central air conditioner as well as a furnace. They use electricity but do not generate the warmth that they distribute, allowing them to stay cool when needed.

What is The Difference Between a Heat Pump & a Furnace?

A furnace is used to warm the home while using a system dependent on a burner. It cycles its air using a gas or electric burner, as compared to a heat pump which channels its temperatures purely on the weather outside. In warm months, a furnace is rarely used, making it a worthwhile purchase only for homes in colder climates. On top of their high functionality, heat pumps also lower humidity levels.

Heat Pump Installation

Interested in installing a heat pump for your home in Arizona? Our dedicated professionals at Aire Serv are here and ready to help. We will provide a consultation to discuss which model is best for your home. Contact us today, and we'll be sure to answer any questions or concerns that you bring up.

Servicing Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler Heights, Fountain Hills, and Queen Creek at Aire Serv, we're dedicated to helping you! Call us; we can't wait to be in touch.