Residential Installations

A cold-climate heat pump (including some mini-split solutions) may be used to replace or offset more expensive fossil fuel options. Once a heat pump is installed, your existing system can be used as a backup. Heat pumps have also become very popular for additions or other hard-to-heat areas like sunrooms or workshops.

These systems are built to keep you comfortable during our New Hampshire winters, and they are cleaner, less expensive, and healthier for you and your family. 

Heat pumps provide cooling and dehumidifying as well, which no other heating system can supply. Ductless heat pumps are installed without tapping into existing ductwork or the expense and difficulty of adding ductwork. These compact systems are typically installed in a single day, with no teardown of walls or major disruption. A single, non-obtrusive outdoor unit links to one or more indoor units, which supply effective, zoned heating and cooling. Learn more about Mitsubishi heat pump solutions.

We will work with you and recommend a solution that’s best for your needs, your budget, and your year-round comfort. Start your project by submitting our contact form, and we will be in touch within two business days. Our initial on-site consultation is free of charge to you.

Whether you’re hoping to learn more about replacing your aging system or need service or maintenance on an existing heat pump, we’ll take good care of you and your comfort.

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