Heat pumps run on electricity, making them a greener alternative to a gas-burning appliance. Plus, your Arizona heat pump could qualify for an installation tax credit and help keep even more money in your pocket! ENERGY STAR® certified heat pumps offer a $300 tax credit.
Why Get a Heat Pump in Mesa?
Instead of generating energy, heat pumps transfer it. They absorb the heat inside your home in the summer and transfer it outdoors exactly like an air conditioning unit.
When the weather gets cold your Mesa heat pump now extracts heat from the outdoor air and transfers it into your home.
High-efficiency heat pumps are well-suited to the Arizona climate. They work with or without air ducts, giving Mesa customers plenty of options for home remodeling or retrofits.
Here are a few other advantages heat pumps offer:
- You can choose between air-source or water-source heat pumps.
- Lower your home’s carbon footprint.
- Easy to install and maintain.
- Multiple air handlers allow you to create a zone control system.
- Balances humidity to support your indoor air quality (IAQ).
- Operates quietly
Call Mason Pro Services for a free consultation. Our NATE-certified technicians have been helping customers with their HVAC projects Mesa since 1993.
Heat Pump Installation and Replacement
Want to enjoy a more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly home? Call our Mason Pro Services experts and get started with your heat pump installation.
We recommend you begin budgeting for a replacement heat pump at 10 years. Our licensed professionals take all the accurate load calculations to fit your home with the right heat pump equipment so that you enjoy the most comfort for years to come. Read our customer Google and Yelp reviews and you’ll be confident you called the right HVAC company!
Heat Pump Repairs
Though you may keep up with routine professional heat pump maintenance visits, problems can still develop. When they do, know you can turn to our Mason Pro Services professionals for the repair. We offer emergency services and can get your system running properly again.
Some signs that could warrant a call to our professionals for a repair include:
- Unusual sounds coming from your outdoor or indoor unit
- Loose or damaged components
- Short heating and cooling cycles, otherwise known as short-cycling
- Poor heating or cooling output
- Compressor issues
- A refrigerant leak
- An unexplained increase in your electric bill
- Inability to switch between heating and cooling mode
- Restricted or poor airflow
Tired of repairing your aging heat pump? Check out our convenient financing options and upgrade to a new system that will keep you comfortable for years to come.
Heat Pump Maintenance
Think about how much money you spend on HVAC equipment—join our Mason Value Plan and protect that investment for the life of the equipment.
Our plan includes annual tune-ups and inspections, discounts on repairs, priority service, and many other great incentives as a member!
Leave the maintenance to our professionals. We’ll spot any minor issue before it turns into a costly repair. Plus, we’ll help you find ways to lower your energy bills. You can rest at ease knowing your equipment is operating safely and smoothly.
What Is a Dual-Fuel System?
A dual-fuel system is considered a hybrid system—it involves pairing a heat pump with a gas furnace. You can keep your furnace, install a heat pump, and decide which to use depending on the weather in the winter.
You still save on energy costs because those super cold nights here in Arizona are few and far between! Your heat pump will do just fine in the winter for the most part. But on those rare chilly days, you’ll still have a furnace to fire up and keep you cozy.