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Seattle Heat Pumps

November 17, 2012 by

Energy Efficient Heating with Seattle Heat Pumps

Heat pumps have become very popular because they are very energy efficient. Heat pumps simply move hot air from a cooler environment into a warmer environment, which means they use significantly less energy than traditional furnaces.

Because our world has become concerned with natural resources, and their sustainability, more and more people are turning to energy efficient appliances. Many people are even purchasing energy efficient homes.

In addition to using less energy (which is better for the environment), using a heat pump lowers your energy bill. This is one of the greatest aspects to the heat pump, as many people are looking for ways to live simpler and cut down on their monthly expenses. A heat pu

Energy Efficient Heating in Seattle and More…

Heat pumps do not just move cooler air into a warmer environment, but they can be used to remove warm air, making them an air conditioning unit as well. This dual use system has many people raving about heat pumps and their multi use function.

If you are interested in getting a heat pump installed in your home or business, then you must contact Beacon Plumbing and Heating in Seattle. We are the number one Seattle heat pumps provider. Since starting, we have grown in popularity due to our great customer service, affordable rates, and reliable staff.


When you hire someone to come to your house, you will want to make sure they are reliable and trustworthy. We pre-screen all of our skilled employees to make sure they are not only qualified, but also fit to come into your home and install or repair your heat pump.

Their heat pump services include:

24 Hour Emergency Service
Heat Pump Installation and Repair
Heat Pump Inspection
Duct Repair Installation

Beacon Plumbing and Heating offers a great 24/7 emergency service. If you ever have an issue with your heating system or heat pump, then don’t hesitate to call us. In fact, it is best to keep our number handy so that when you do have an emergency you are well equipped to handle it.

Beacon Plumbing and Heating services a large area, including:

  • Seattle
  • South King County
  • Tacoma
  • Lacey
  • Olympia

The Beacon Plumbing and Heating website was built by this Seattle web design company.

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Seattle Heat Pumps

Heating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are important to every Seattle area home.

Our Seattle weather climate as we all know is damp, moist and cold from October to March or April each year.  HVAC systems that keep the climate inside our homes even and comfortable are always a topic of interest here in Seattle.

Most Seattle area homes use a system that combines a furnace and air ducts, integrated with a central air conditioning system. It’s a good combination and works well to maintain the home comfort we want.

Our home-heating gas furnaces, though, are sized to handle temperatures that we face here in the Seattle area.  Which means that during cool temperatures of spring and fall, the furnace system is over-sized, and runs for only short periods.

If your homes furnace system is over-sized it’s wasting a lot of energy and provides heat that is not optimal during the spring and fall seasons.

Over the past 15 years or so, a new heat pump technology has been introduced into the residential and commercial heating market to solve over-sized furnace system problem and this solution also provides money-saving benefits to Seattle homeowners and businesses alike.

Central air conditioners and ductless air conditioning systems that incorporate heat pump technology now provide heat to warm homes in cool weather and air conditioning during hot weather.

These heat pump systems turn your HVAC system in to a hybrid system that use the resources build into the heat pump and now can provide the most economical source of energy to heat your home, depending on conditions.

Heat Pump Repair here in Seattle

Beacon Plumbing & Heating is a heat pump contractor in Seattle, WA.

We specialize in residential and commercial heat pump solutions for both heat and air throughout the entire Puget Sound region. If you suspect that your heat pump is not performing at its high efficient self then we will inspect your heat pump and do our best to repair your heat pump.

Between 15-30% of the time heat pump replacement is the best long term solution rather than investing your resources into a residential or commercial heat pump repair.

By deciding to install a heat pump in your home or business you are purchasing a central heating and cooling system that heats and also cools your home or business by using high efficient heating systems that are powered by using electricity.

These highly efficient systems will help you save money on your local utility costs.

Heat Pumps Can Replace:
• Wall Heaters
• Baseboard Heaters
• Oil Furnaces

Environmentally Eco Friendly Heat Pump Systems

A heat pump is a all-in-one cooling & heating system.  During the warm summers from July through September a heat pump system works like an air conditioner.

The heat pump will deliver heat from inside your home or business and transfers its warm air to the outside of your home or business.

When the weather gets cooler however starting in October, a heat pump is engineered to have the opposite effect and takes heat from outside and transfers and distributes it through your home or business.

Heat pumps provide a balance level of heat throughout your entire home or business. Which keeps your family or employee’s comfortable and more productive

At Beacon Plumbing & Heating we provide same day service on any heat pump service 24/7×365 days a year.

• Heat Pumps
• Heat Pump Repair
• Heat Pump Installation
• High Efficiency Heat Pumps
• Multiple Heat Pump Make & Models

Beacon Plumbing & Heating is licensed, bonded and insured. When you have problems call a Seattle Heat Pump Repair or Installation company you can trust,  Stop Freakin…Call Beacon!

Contact Seattles Best Heat Pump Company!


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