Heat Pump Installations for Northern Kentucky
Four Seasons of Comfort in One Unit
Heat pumps take the hassle out of keeping your home comfortable. Instead of a separate unit for heating and cooling, the heat pump takes care of it all.
That means half the repairs. Half the maintenance.
The best part? Heat pumps don’t generate their own hot or cold air. They just pull hot or cold air from outside and bring it into your home, depending on the season. Kind of like a refrigerator that can be switched to reverse.
For extremely cold winters, hybrid heat pumps are available that can generate heat using a built in gas furnace, ensuring you’re never left stuck in the cold.
Why Heat Pumps?
Since heat pumps don’t typically generate their own heat, they are much more efficient than other forms of electric heating, particularly electric-resistance heat (the kind found in electric furnaces and baseboard heaters). In fact, heat pumps often cost as little as 25% of the cost of other electric heat sources.
Since heat pumps are essentially reversible air conditioners, they come in single- and variable-speed models. This lets you choose the system that’s right for your home.
Installation, Maintenance, and Warranty
Steve’s Heating handles the distribution and installation of Trane heat pump systems.
We also have the best warranty in the industry, which includes:
- A lifetime workmanship guarantee on all heat pumps that we install
- A 10 year warranty on all parts and labor (with annual Comfort Club Membership)
“Steve’s is a great company. I would not consider any other company. They have gone the extra mile to meet my needs and earn my trust.”
The Chitwood family in Florence
Featured System: Trane XV20i Variable Speed Heat Pump
The XV20i is a heat pump built for precision and durability. Not only that, but it will help to keep your home’s air as clean and comfortable as possible.
The XV20i is so precise that it can adjust it’s fan speed in 0.001% increments. It also has a 0.5º tolerance.
The XV20i will pull in cool air from outside and push warm air outside during the summer and do the opposite in the winter. This simple consistency means your home will always feel how you want it, and your bills won’t surprise you at the end of the month.