Heat Pump Repair, Heat Pump Service & Heat Pump InstallationGermantown, MD, North Bethesda, MD, Gaithersburg, MD & Rockville, MD
United Service Specialists Heating & Air Conditioning provides a complete range of expert heat pump services in Gaithersburg, MD and surrounding areas, including new installation, retrofit, seasonal maintenance, and skilled repair of all makes and models. We specialize in such industry recognized manufacturers as Trane and Rheem to offer a broad range of innovative, energy efficient options to resolve any demand. Contact us at (301) 241-9200, and we’ll put over 150 years of combined experience at your disposal.
Heat Pumps & Heat Pump Service in Gaithersburg, MD
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North Bethesda, MD - Heat Pumps
At United Service Specialists Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer a complete range of heat pump installation services. We’re eager to help you save money and energy through efficient and accurate heat pump installation. Save money and energy with a new heat pump from United Service Specialists Heating & Air Conditioning. To schedule an estimate for heat pump installation, call us today at (301) 241-9200!
Yes, when sized properly and installed correctly, a heat pump will deliver more than adequate comfort.
The heat pump warms air to a temperature higher than the thermostat setting but lower than your body temperature, so it feels cooler but is actually heating.
When the outdoor unit goes through the defrost cycle, it creates water. The water needs to be moved away from the unit and drained or it will ice up.