Hunt’s Services Offers Heat Pump Installation and Repair in Western Washington

Heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical service provider Hunt’s Services now offers heat pump installations in the Seattle and Tacoma area, providing customers with the opportunity to invest in these energy-efficient devices for their homes.
Hunt’s Services is proud to provide heat pump installation because it offers an easy way for Western Washington residents to save money on their monthly heating and cooling bills. Heat pumps can also reduce a home’s carbon footprint moving forward.
Climate change is firmly on the mind of many Puget Sound residents because of the rash of extreme weather the region has experienced in recent years. Taking this step by installing cleaner heating and cooling units allows these individuals to do something to help the problem rather than standing pat.
In addition to the environmental benefits, this heat pump offering from Hunt’s Services will save Seattle and Tacoma residents money on their monthly heating and cooling bills.
Although a new natural gas furnace runs relatively inexpensively, the numbers don’t lie; on average, a heat pump installation saves a household over $550 per year, which equals over $8,000 in cost savings over the heat pump’s life.
The cost savings alone might make contacting Hunt’s Services for a heat pump installation worth it for many local homeowners who are in the market for a new heating and cooling option.
A Hunt’s Services-installed furnace will be fitted to the industry’s highest standards, there’s an additional layer of safety when going with a heat pump because the homeowner isn’t dealing with flammable material.
Hunt’s Services also believes that heat pumps are the HVAC solution with the lowest maintenance requirements because very little can go wrong with them. Those who install these fixtures in their homes will only have to clean the filters periodically and have a maintenance person look at the units once per year.
A final reason why Hunt’s Services recommends heat pumps is that they provide both heating and cooling.
While additional heating and cooling technology might become necessary in a place with colder winters or hotter summers due to climate change, a heat pump can act as an all-in-one solution either way.
That’s a significant factor when deciding on a heating and cooling solution in this area because homeowners can avoid purchasing a new gas furnace and central air conditioning unit and instead invest in a single heat pump to manage their in-home temperature.
There’s also only a single unit to worry about maintaining and repairing, reducing those costs over the heat pump’s lifespan.
Both ductless heat pumps and units that use existing ductwork are available, so it’s a good idea to speak with a professional about which option would work best for you.
Hunt’s Services is standing by at 253-533-7500 to answer any questions homeowners in Auburn, Bellevue, Federal Way, Gig Harbor, Puyallup, Kent, Seattle, and Tacoma have about heat pump installations.
Source: Hunt's Services