Heat Pump Installation in Maryland
Your Local Montgomery, Frederick, Howard County and Carroll County HVAC Contractors Since 1970
Installing a heat pump is an affordable, energy-efficient heating and cooling solution to keep you and your family comfortable throughout the year. At GAC Services, we carry and install Bryant heat pumps, an industry-leading heat pump manufacturer in the HVAC industry. We’ve also been helping residents in the Gaithersburg and Frederick, MD areas find reliable home comfort solutions at an affordable price for over 45 years.
Before we can schedule an installation date, your home must be properly sized to ensure your heat pump is installed properly.
Contact us to schedule a consultation and receive a free estimate for heat pump installation in Maryland, including Montgomery County, Frederick County, and their surrounding areas!
Sizing Your Heat Pump
Properly sizing your new heat pump is an absolute necessity before its installation. An improperly sized heat pump could result in decreased energy efficiency, higher utility bills, and minimal comfort—something no homeowner in the Gaithersburg or Frederick area wants to experience.
The heat pump specialists at GAC Services are licensed and industry trained to properly install a heat pump in your home. We’ll perform a comprehensive inspection of your current heating and cooling system and complete a load calculation. A load calculation gives you the best understanding for what size heat pump you need to install.
Call us at 301-926-3253 to install a heat pump in your home!
Heat Pump Replacement
If your current heat pump is not functioning properly and you’ve paid for frequent repairs, it may be time to consider heat pump replacement. Here are signs you may need to replace your heat pump:
- Inconsistent heat supply
- Highly utility bills
- Strange noises
- Old, inefficient system
- Consistent breakdowns
- Continuous expensive repairs
If you experience any of these heat pump issues, call GAC Services at 301-926-3253 or contact us online.
Bryant Heat Pump Installation
When installing a heat pump in Maryland, it’s important to choose an HVAC contractor you can trust to complete the installation without issues at an affordable rate. That’s why residents of Montgomery County and Frederick County choose GAC Services to install heat pumps in their home.
We are the most nationally awarded Bryant dealer in the U.S. and specialize in installing Bryant heat pumps. Why choose Bryant? Bryant heat pumps are:
- Easy to install
- Cutting edge
Types of Heat Pumps
There are many different types of heat pumps, and depending on the framework of your home, you may have multiple options to choose from. For example, a traditional heat pump transfers heat between its indoor and outdoor unit to heat your home, taking advantage of Maryland’s moderate climate to save you money on your monthly energy bills.
Air-Source Heat Pumps
Air-source pumps are the standard for heat pump systems. They operate by harnessing ambient heat from the outdoors in order to reduce the amount of energy the system needs to consume in order to heat and cool homes. The result is a highly efficient, reliable system that can meet your comfort needs all year long.
Give us a call to learn more about the types of heat pumps we install—301-926-3253!
The Benefits of Choosing GAC Services for Heat Pump Installation in Maryland
Heat pump systems are a totally unique option for home comfort, and, when installed by our team, provide you with a load of great benefits:
- High efficiency ratings. Heat pumps are, in fact, the most efficient HVAC solution around. That makes them reliable and strong in addition to helping lower your heating and cooling costs.
- Versatile HVAC solutions. With three different types to choose from, there’s a heat pump system to suit any need. Between air-source and ground-source, you’re guaranteed the perfect option for your home.
- Year-round comfort. Offering both heating and cooling, heat pumps are a perfect option for the climate here in Maryland, where our temperatures are somewhat mild, but are also quite variable.
- Space-saving design. Modern heat pump systems are sleek and compact, taking up very little space and helping you save usable room in your home.
- Quiet system operation. Tired of roaring furnaces and loud central cooling? If so, a heat pump is your perfect match, offering whisper-quiet operation.
Heat Pump Installation – Free Estimates from GAC Services
At GAC Services, we pride ourselves on being a reliable, affordable heating and cooling company for our neighbors.
This is why we offer free estimates on all heat pump installations in Maryland! Call us to schedule your installation!
Will a Heat Pump Work in Maryland During the Winter?
Heat pump systems are generally ideal for the temperate climates we see here in Maryland. On unusually cold days, it’s possible that there won’t be enough warmth for a heat pump to work effectively, in which case the emergency heat would turn on. However, the emergency heat can be costly, so we recommend using a hybrid heating system. This system consists of a gas furnace and a heat pump, which work together to provide the most energy and cost-effective solution. Keep reading to learn more about the advantages of installing a heat pump in your Maryland home.
Is a Heat Pump the Right Choice in Maryland?
Each and every HVAC option provides unique advantages and disadvantages, so it is ideal to speak with a professional about what works best for your preferences and needs. That said, heat pumps work exceptionally well in Maryland! Our extremes aren’t extreme enough to impact the performance of the system, and heat pumps are very energy-efficient and cost-effective to operate.
Some of the most noteworthy advantages of a heat pump include:
- Reduced heating and cooling costs
- A longer operational lifespan when appropriately maintained
- A heating and cooling solution in one system
- Even heating and cooling, minimizing cold or warm spots
Why Choose a Heat Pump?
There are several benefits that heat pumps can offer, including:
- Durability: Heat pumps have a long lifespan and are made to last.
- Cost: Heat pumps generally cost less money to run than other heating systems.
- Efficiency: Heat pumps offer one of the most energy efficient heating and cooling solutions.
How do Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pumps use small amounts of energy to move heat from one location to another. Typically, heat pumps pull heat out of the air or ground in order to heat a home or building. Heat pumps can also be used in reverse to provide cool air.
Heat pumps are great dehumidifiers and can work better than a standard air conditioner at dehumidifying your home. During the winter, they won’t dry out your air like some heating systems do.
The GAC Difference
“What do our customers want?” That’s the question that’s been driving the way we do business at GAC Services from the very beginning—back when you might have known us as Gaithersburg Air Conditioning & Heating!
While our name may have changed, the way we do business hasn’t.
Upfront pricing. 100% satisfaction guarantee. On-time service. Factory trained and nationally certified technicians. Respect for your home.
These are just a few reasons why your neighbors love working with GAC Services. It is this commitment to excellence, along with our friendly and honest professionals that has helped us satisfy tens of thousands of customers throughout Maryland over the years. And it is this that we consider the GAC difference.
Contact us for a free estimate on a new heat pump or to schedule service today.
We’re looking forward to serving you and hopefully making you a customer for life!
We proudly serve the following locations in Maryland:
Montgomery County: Ashton, Barnesville, Beallsville, Bethesda, Boyds, Brinklow, Brookeville, Burtonsville, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Clarksburg, Damascus, Derwood, Dickerson, Gaithersburg, Garrett Park, Germantown, Glen Echo, Kensington, Laytonsville, Montgomery Village, Olney, Takoma Park, Poolesville, Potomac, Rockville, Silver Spring, Spencerville, Washington Grove
Howard County: Clarksville, Columbia, Cooksville, Dayton, Ellicott City, Fulton, Glenelg, Highland, Woodbine
Frederick County: Adamstown, Braddock Heights, Buckeystown, Frederick, Ijamsville, Middletown, Monrovia, Mt. Airy, New Market, Urbana