Texas Air Conditioning Companies

Choosing an Air Source Heat Pump in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, TX

  • Are heat pump options available for most central AC units?
  • Can I get this new technology in a packaged HVAC system?
  • How much more will I pay for the upgrade?

Carrier Heat Pump Sales TX If your home is equipped with air ducts and a gas or electric furnace, a central AC compressor and condenser unit installed outdoors probably supplies the cooling for your home comfort system. Any time you install new AC equipment for a central HVAC system, you have an opportunity to choose an air source heat pump instead. That’s also true for homes that use all-in-one packaged home comfort systems. All manufacturers of home heating and air conditioning equipment sold in Texas offer heat pump versions of almost every air conditioner or packaged model they sell. Most HVAC companies in the Dallas Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston areas can supply and install such systems at affordable prices. When you talk to a representative from any of the AC companies in our directory, they’ll be glad to show you heat pumps that are ideal for your home and how they can save you big money on your energy bills.

Before You Choose a Central AC System, Consider an Air Source Heat Pump Model

Installing a new central AC system or replacing an older model is a sizable investment in your home. Wherever you live in Texas, you’re in a climate area that is ideal for saving money by choosing an air source heat pump. More Texas homeowners every year are learning how much they can save, and are joining their neighbors in selecting this technology. There are many reputable air conditioning companies that specialize in installing and maintaining this new equipment across Texas, from Galveston, Magnolia and The Woodlands to Baytown, Katy and League City in the Houston metro, from Mckinney, Hurst and Forney to Euless, Mansfield and Cleburne in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, and from Campbellton, Losoya and Frio Town to Fentriss, Boerne and Helotes in the San Antonio area. Before making any decision, ask your HVAC contractor to discuss this new option. They can show you calculations of the savings you can expect and help you decide if such an upgrade is a good choice. That can mean outstanding value and improved comfort for you and your family.