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Renewable Energy Technology
An air source heat pump, or ASHP, is a type of renewable energy technology that can be used for both heating and cooling a home or commercial building.
How it Works
ASHPs work by transferring heat from the air outside to the interior of a building using a refrigerant gas. In the winter, an ASHP can be used to heat a building by drawing heat from the outdoors and transferring it indoors.
This process is much more efficient than traditional methods of heating, such as gas or electric heaters, which lose a lot of heat through their exhaust systems. ASHPs also tend to be very quiet, making them ideal for use in areas where noise levels need to be kept low, such as bedrooms and offices.
ASHPs are highly efficient.
Anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on energy costs should consider an ASHP.
The Best Part
ASHPs are one of the most efficient and cleanest forms of heating and cooling available on the market today.
BRM is a leading provider of ASHPs. We have a wide range of options to suit your needs and our team of qualified technicians is always on hand to resolve any issues you may have.
Want to start saving money on energy bills?
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Chris did a great job, quickly coming out to do a quote and he was able to fit us in to complete the work within a very short time frame. We were very pleased with the quality of work that was completed.
Always available to speak and was extremely thorough and knowledgable. Pricing was great and the workmanship is outstanding.
Got the job done ahead of schedule and we were very happy with the workmanship. I would highly recommend Breathe Rite Mechanical to anyone looking for an honest and reputable HVAC service.
He did a great job removing, designing and installing the full system into an older home that had some tricky corners and odd spaces.