Heat Pump Water Heater Installation
We are the preferred heat pump water heater specialists for the Sacramento area. We can install your heat pump water heater in Roseville, Elk Ridge, Citrus Heights, or anywhere in northern California.
Call us today at (916) 275-4716 to schedule a service.
Sacramento Heat Pump Installers
At Sacramento Plumbing Solutions we understand that efficiency is important which is why we explain all of the benefits of selecting the right heat pump water heater during our virtual or onsite consultations.
Call our heat pump water heater installers for your free quote.
Improve Energy Efficiency
Heat pumps water heaters are more efficient and require low maintenance. They are also more environmentally friendly because they are powered by electricity instead of natural gas.
In fact, a heat pump water heater can be two to three times more efficient than a conventional natural gas water heater because it transfers heat instead of generating it directly.
Heat pumps can help get hot water faster, which saves a lot of water by not having to run the shower until it heats up.
We Can Convert Your Old Gas Water Heater to a Heat Pump
We convert old gas water heaters with new electric heat pump water heaters every day. As part of the process, we remove your old tank and recycle it. Additionally, we refit pipes, tie into a 30 amp circuit and add new 10 gauge wiring.
When you’re ready to convert from gas water heating to energy-efficient electric water heating, call us.
Install a New Heat Pump Water Heater
Our skilled contractor can insert heat pump water heaters in 3-5 hours (or slightly more) depending on the application. Customers call Sacramento Plumbing solutions to insert their new water heaters because we are local, our services carry a warranty, and we help them reduce their carbon footprint.
Heat Pump Water Heater FAQs
What is a Heat Pump Water Heater?
An electric water heater is an alternative to the traditional gas-burning water tank that is used to heat water. It uses electricity and the surrounding air instead of gas for fuel. Because of this, transferring heat requires less energy to control the temperature of the water. Most new electric units also have backup resistance elements – like a traditional water heater. These backup elements are reserved for situations where the ambient air temperature is not high enough.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Electric water heaters, or “heat pump water heaters” work like a refrigerator but reverse. Refrigerators use a compressor to pull heat and air from inside the fridge then transfers the heat externally in the room. A heat pump uses a similar compressor to take heat from the external air and transfers it internally to a storage tank that will heat the water.
What Size Heat Pump Do I Need?
To decide what pump size is right for your application, consider the size of your house and the available space for installation. These are the two biggest factors for determining what size pump should be installed.
Some common tank sizes are below:
Bigger may be better, but always remember to leave room to access and service your pump’s air filter.
How Much Money Will I Save by Installing a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps are seven 7 times more efficient than gas and 3.5 times more efficient than electric water heaters. Statistics show that converting from gas to 30 amp heat pump water heaters will pay for themselves after about two years in California.
To learn more about your potential savings, the costs associated with install or if you have general heat pump questions, call (916) 275-4716 today.