Heat pump technology has come a long way in the last 20 years. There are many efficient and sustainable solutions for both your heating and cooling needs. These sophisticated machines have gained popularity for their energy efficiency and comfortability.

In this blog post, we will learn some interesting facts about heat pumps that you may not know, and their impact on the environment.


One remarkable aspect of heat pumps is their dual functionality. Unlike traditional heating systems, heat pumps can both heat and cool. By using a device called a reversing valve, these machines can extract heat from the air or ground to warm interiors during winter and reverse the process to cool spaces during the summer.

Energy Efficiency

Heat pumps are more efficient than other heating and cooling equipment. Instead of generating heat through combustion, as seen in furnaces, they can transfer heat from the air or the ground using a heat transfer device such as a coil. This process consumes less energy than other traditional heat sources.

Environmental Impact

Compared to traditional heating systems that rely on fossil fuels, heat pumps have a significantly lower environmental impact. By utilizing the principles of thermodynamics, these devices move heat more efficiently, this reduces carbon emissions. We all could do our part to help reduce climate change, by replacing our worn-out furnaces and heat pumps with a newer more efficient Heat pump.


New heat pumps are designed for efficiency and durability. With maintenance biannually, these systems can last for 15 to 20 years or more.

We Offer Expert Heat Pump Installation, Repair, and Maintenance

At Engle Services, we offer expert heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance of your heat pump. Schedule an appointment online or give us a call at (855) GET-ENGLE