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Heat Pump Water Heater Services in Corona, CA from Total Comfort, Inc.

Heat pumps are common comfort devices in Southern Californian homes, where they supply an effective amount of cooling during the long summer seasons and energy–efficient heating performance for the mild cold months. Many people are not aware, however, that the power of a heat pump can be used to heat up water in a home as well. Instead of using natural gas or electrical resistance heating, you can instead use the efficient performance of a heat pump to draw heat from the air and use it to provide the taps and appliances in your home with a reliable supply of hot water.

To find out more about heat pump water heaters in Corona and other parts of Southern California, call our friendly team at Total Comfort, Inc.. We install and replace heat pump water heaters, and we also offer repair and maintenance services that will ensure your home’s water heater continues to work for you for many years.

The professionals at Total Comfort, Inc. offer comprehensive services for heat pump water heaters in Corona, CA and throughout Southern California.

How Heat Pump Water Heaters Work

A heat pump works similar to an air conditioner: it circulates refrigerant to move heat from one location to another. When this principle is used in connection with a water heater, the heat pump absorbs heat from the ambient air using a condenser coil, then applies this absorbed heat to the fresh cold water that is entering the water heater, raising its temperature. The refrigerant, now cooled, releases cold air from the system, while the heated water exits the water heater to the taps.

The major advantage of this process is that it is extremely energy–efficient. In general, it requires much less power to move something than to create it, and this applies to heat. Burning natural gas or using electric resistance heating to create heat drains far more power than using a small amount electricity to move the heat from one place to another.

Heat pump water heaters can work exclusively through the heat pump, but the standard configuration is to combine the efficiency of the heat pump with the convenience of sustained heating (usually from electrical heating element) on a smaller storage tank. This way, your home receives the benefit of the energy–efficiency along with the immediacy of stored hot water.

Heat Pump Water Heater Services from Professionals

It is very important that you hire skilled professionals to install any kind of water heater for a home. With a heat pump water heater, you risk losing the major benefits of an energy–efficient system if you either hire amateurs for the installation or attempt the work on your own. To make sure that your heat pump water heater performs to your high expectations, only look to experienced technicians familiar with many types of water heaters and heating systems.

There is no such thing as a water heater that will work flawlessly 100% of the time, no matter the quality of its original installation. Your new water heater may eventually require repair work, and to help ensure the system has the longest service life possible, you should also schedule routine maintenance for it once a year. Make sure you also turn to professionals for these services.

We Install and Service Heat Pump Water Heaters in Corona, CA

Water heaters are one of our specialties at Total Comfort, Inc.. We offer many different types of models, including heat pump water heaters. We can help you choose the right heat pump water heater to serve your family’s needs, and we are available 24/7 for the repair services that will keep it operating around the year. Call us today to schedule installation, replacement, repairs, or regular maintenance.

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