When you live in a humid subtropical climate like Knoxville, a great AC system is indispensable to summer comfort. Winter surprises like snow flurries and freezing temperatures make a reliable heating system essential too. At Melton Heating and Air Conditioning, our heat pumps offer an all-in-one solution to your home comfort needs. Discover the multiple benefits you can enjoy with a heat pump.

Heat Pump Installations for Every Application

Each home in Knox and Anderson County has unique comfort requirements. How can one type of HVAC system meet everyone’s needs? The answer lies in the adaptability of heat pump technology. Heat pumps can cool and heat a single space or keep your entire home comfortable.

  • In the summer, central-air heat pumps use ductwork to circulate cool air throughout your home. When equipped with reverse operation, they provide the warmth you need in winter too.
  • Ductless heat pumps are perfect for point-of-use applications or for homes where ductwork installations aren’t practical. Individual air handlers deliver cool or warm air directly into each living space.
  • Advanced features like two-stage compressors and variable-speed motors allow heat pumps to adjust operation according to your needs. These innovative functions increase your comfort and decrease your energy expenses.

Energy-Efficient Operation

Whether you choose a ducted or a duct-free system, heat pumps save you money on heating and cooling costs. Because they move heat rather than generate it, heat pumps can produce up to three times more energy than they consume. In heating mode, they’re up to 50 percent more efficient than electric heating systems. Heat pumps dehumidify the air better too, saving you money on cooling costs during the long, hot summer.

From installation to repair and maintenance, Melton Heating and Air Conditioning offers a full range of heat pump services. With more 40 years of experience, we’ll ensure that you enjoy the perfect heat pump for you! For more information, call us today.

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