If you’re looking for a way to heat your garage that is both efficient and effective, then you may want to consider installing a heat pump. Heat pump technology has come a long way in recent years, and it can be an excellent choice for heating your garage.

There are a few things to keep in mind when having a heat pump installed in your garage – here’s what to know and how the HVAC professionals at New England Ductless can help.

Benefits of Heat Pump Technology For Garages

Many people choose a heat pump over other forms of heating for their garages for a wide variety of reasons. For example, if you don’t already have ductwork that runs out to that area of your home, you will need to have it put in before you can heat or cool your garage. This is most often the case with adding onto a home, and installing a heat pump doesn’t require any new infrastructure to be built.

Some of the other benefits of utilizing heat pump technology include:

Tips For Putting a Heat Pump in Your Garage

Choose the Right Equipment

The most important factor in choosing the right heat pump for your garage is making sure that it is the right size for the space. A heat pump that is too small will not be able to adequately heat or cool your garage, while one that is too large will be less efficient and will cycle on and off more frequently.

The best way to determine the right size heat pump for your garage is to have a professional load calculation done. A load calculation takes into account the specific dimensions of your garage, as well as the climate conditions in your area. You can also find sizing estimators online, but these are less accurate than a professional load calculation.

Choose the Right Location for Your Heat Pump

The location of your heat pump is also important for both efficiency and effectiveness. The unit should be placed in an area of your garage that is well-ventilated and free from any obstructions. Additionally, the outdoor condenser unit should be placed in an area where it will not be obstructed by snow or other debris.

Prepare the Area for Installation

Once you have chosen the right heat pump and location for installation, the next step is to prepare the area. This involves making sure that there is enough clearance around the unit for proper airflow, as well as ensuring that all electrical and plumbing connections are up to code.

Let a Professional Handle the Rest

Installing a heat pump in your garage can be a complicated process, so it’s best to let a professional handle it. A qualified technician will ensure that your unit is properly installed and that all connections are secure. Additionally, they can provide you with valuable tips on how to maintain your unit and keep it running efficiently for years to come.

Enjoy Your Comfortable Garage

Once your heat pump is installed, you can enjoy a comfortable garage all year round. In the winter, you will no longer have to worry about working out in the freezing cold or parking your car in the snow and ice, and in the summer, you will be able to keep your garage cool and comfortable even on the hottest days.

You’ll also enjoy lower heating and cooling bills, and you can even use your outdoor condenser unit to connect up to four more indoor units to bring ductless comfort to the rest of your home.

Call New England Ductless For Better Home Heating & Cooling Today

In Massachusetts, New England Ductless is the top installer of ductless mini splits. Our team of NATE-certified technicians are experts in ductless technology. We offer free in-home consultations in Boston and surrounding metropolitan areas to help you choose the best ductless system for your needs. Call us today at (617) 915-2803 to schedule a free consultation or book now here.