Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps Work All Year Long to Keep Your Home Comfortable

Have you been considering moving away from using gas as the energy source for heating and cooling your home? Stoudenmire heat pumps will provide year round comfort by cooling your home in the summertime and heating it during the cold winter months using electricity, not gas energy.

Heat pumps operate by taking heat from the ground or air and are perfect in moderate climates where the summers are hot and the winter weather is mild. Yes, heat pumps are initially more expensive than traditional HVAC systems, but they are more energy-efficient and will provide the perfect solution to home and business owners who desire to lower fuel-usage.

As a Bryant® Factory Authorized Dealer, Stoudenmire proudly carries top-quality HVAC products that run silently and offer excellent humidity control. Our Bryant systems meet ENERGY STAR® requirements and come with a 10-year warranty. Bryant offers several models to choose from all which meet ENERGY STAR standards and are highly durable. Bryant has been keeping home environments comfortable for over 100 years and continues to deliver efficient heating and cooling systems that keep homes and businesses cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

With over 55 years in the HVAC industry, Stoudenmire knows all there is to know about heat pumps and can help you through the process of picking the perfect model to meet your specific needs. Stoudenmire offers heat pumps from sources you can trust, so you can create the cozy home environment you desire.

Whether you are in Columbia SC, the City of West Columbia, Cayce, Kershaw, the Town of Lexington, Arcadia Lakes, the City of Columbia, Forest Acres, Irmo, the City of Lexington, or Richland, you can believe Stoudenmire will come through for you with the highest-quality heating pumps and provide professional installation, repair, and routine maintenance.

Call us today at 803-254-2710 or 1-800-616-4847 to learn more about the heat pumps we carry and the services we offer to keep your system running optimally.

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