Most hydronic heating systems rely on natural gas to heat your home or business, but new technology allows you to use high efficiency electric air to water heat pumps to achieve your heating goals. These heat pump boiler replacement options can save you money on energy costs and completely avoid using fossil fuels for heating purposes. We use heat pumps for hydronic heating from a wide variety of manufacturers, including Spacepak, Chiltrix, Daikin, Sanden CO2, and Harvest Thermal, among others. These are some of the best names in the business and we know them to be reliable and trustworthy. If you’re interested in a heating option that works 30% more efficiently than a traditional heat pump and saves you up to 47% on energy when compared to even the most efficient boiler, contact us at John Owens Services and ask us about our new air to water heat pumps today!
At John Owens Services, we are proud to be pioneers in our area to offer the latest in heat pump technology. For years, heat pumps have been great ways to heat your home
using air to air. Now, you can achieve the same results (or better) by replacing a boiler with air to water technology. You no longer have to rely on harmful fossil fuels.
Yes, you read that right! Our air-to-water heat pumps don’t use natural gas or propane gas. Instead, they rely on high efficiency electrical air to water refrigeration technology to produce a heat pump for use with hydronic heating.
These water source heat pumps make great boiler replacements. In fact, they can save you up to 47% on energy costs when compared to the most efficient gas boilers out there. If you are interested in learning more about this heat pump boiler replacement, contact us today or keep reading.
Our water source heat pumps bring in air from outside and use it to heat or cool water. This water is sent throughout your home or business and is then used to heat or cool the air, depending on what you need to have done. Low pressure water lines are preferable to moving heating or cooling through your house than moving it through high pressure refrigerant lines. The technology in this heat pump boiler system to us is simple. One of the key features is the small amount of refrigerant is self-contained in the outside unit.
Once we take a look at your structure, we can tell you exactly how it might work for you. Each system is slightly different, depending on your building and your needs, so we need to examine it before we can explain how geothermal heat pumps might help you out.
If you’re interested in one of these heat pump boiler alternatives, give us a call today. We’ll match you with a new heat pump for hydronic heating or cooling from a leading manufacturer, like Spacepak, Chiltrix, Daikin, Sanden, or Harvest Thermal. We have a lot of options, and we’ll pick the one that best suits your specific building and your needs. Distribution systems are very flexible and adaptive. This type of heat pump can heat or cool air distribution through an air handler or a fan coil unit ( similar to a furnace). Heat or cool panel radiators ( European style), or radiant floors. This technology can also heat domestic hot water. Air, radiant and domestic hot water from one unit.
Once you choose your new heat pump boiler system, we’ll handle everything about the installation process. Our team will make sure the system is working the way it was designed to before we leave, so you won’t have to worry about it once we’re done. We’ll test it, too, to make sure it’s heating and cooling the way it should.
If you want to be on the cutting edge of heating technology and save money on energy, too, contact us at John Owens Services and ask us about our new heat pumps. We’ll look at your home or business building, then let you know how we can help. Make your appointment now!
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.