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Heat Pump Systems

Are you looking to learn more about what Heat Pumps are? Then see our section on “What are Heat Pumps“.

We service and install all brands. Rather than trying to “push” any certain brand on our customers, we believe in recommending the best product for your application; the best system for your needs. Our Estimators gather precise information on how you want to use your HVAC system and will provide a custom design to give you the most comfort.

Ask our Estimator questions! This is an important decision that will affect the comfort of you and your family, so don’t hesitate to ask questions.

We’d love to provide you with our quality installation and service; let us know what you want and when we can make it happen!


Clark’s Advice

We primarily sell systems from Bryant/Carrier, Rheem/Ruud, and Trane. Why did we choose these manufacturers as our primary suppliers? Through our years of experience we have determined that these Manufacturers provide:

  • the best reliability in the industry
  • the best manufacturer warranties
  • the best parts availability

Your professionally trained Clark Air Conditioning and Heating technician will personally work with you to determine the best solution for your home or office. If you would like to see what air conditioning systems these manufacturers provide, please visit their online product catalog. Simply click on the name to view the available products.

Bryant Heat Pump Systems

Rheem Heat Pump Systems

Trane Heat Pump Systems

For our commercial products, please visit our Commercial Products and Services Section

What are Heat Pumps?

Heat pumps are a mystery to most people, even those who own them. After all, how can these devices heat a home in winter and then cool it in summer?

According to experts at the Trane Home Comfort Institute, a consumer information service on heating and cooling, the answer lies in the fact that heat is present in all air, even air that’s below freezing.

Think of the way your refrigerator removes unwanted heat that accumulates when you open the door and place warm food inside. You can feel that heat coming back into the kitchen from the refrigerator’s exhaust fan.

In a similar way, a heat pump simply extracts the heat that’s present in outdoor air in winter and delivers it inside your home to keep you warm and comfortable.

In summer, the process reverses. The heat pump pulls the heat out of indoor air and releases it outside to keep your home cool and dry. A heat pump’s ability to both heat and cool makes it a very economical and efficient home comfort system.

The Trane Home Comfort Institute explains that a typical heat pump installation consists of two parts: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit is called an air handler and looks similar to a gas furnace. The outdoor unit looks exactly like a central air conditioner in both size and appearance.

A special liquid called a refrigerant circulates between the indoor and outdoor units, absorbing and releasing heat as it travels through the loop.

Regardless of whether the heat pump is heating or cooling, the compressor is considered the “heart of the system” because it is the pump that circulates the refrigerant through the loop.

Because of its importance, experts recommend that you look closely at the compressor’s reputation and warranty when selecting a heat pump.


Clark Tips

  • Seasonal tune-ups on your AC Unit will help save money.
  • Make certain your Air Conditioner has plenty of free space around the unit to support easy airflow.

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