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I cannot thank Northland Heating and cooling enough, every interaction was great. Excellent customer service and the installers were extremely knowledgeable. They went above and beyond.  

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694 Moon Road
Columbus, OH 43224



Heat Pump Services

High Efficiency Heat Pump Services

Need the best heat pump service and repair in town? Call Northland Heating & Cooling today! We are a family-owned and operated air conditioner repair company that has been doing business for over 55 years. We treat each of our customers like family, and that means responding right away to all service calls. Whether you need your heat pump inspected or are experiencing a home heating & cooling emergency, our highly trained technicians will take care of your needs. We also recommend regularly scheduled maintenance to keep your heat pump system working like new. Give Northland Heating & Cooling a call as soon as you suspect you have an issue and we guarantee we’ll get your home back to a comfortable temperature.

AC Installation & Replacement

A heat pump is a device that is used for heating and cooling spaces by transferring heat from one location to another. It operates on the principle of thermodynamics and is a highly energy-efficient technology for maintaining indoor comfort. Heat pumps are commonly used in residential and commercial buildings as well as in industrial applications.

Here’s how a heat pump typically works:

    1. Heat Absorption: In heating mode, a heat pump absorbs heat from a source, such as outdoor air, the ground, or water. This heat is collected using a heat exchanger.
    2. Heat Compression: The heat absorbed is then compressed using a compressor. Compression increases the temperature and pressure of the refrigerant gas.
    3. Heat Release: The high-temperature, high-pressure gas is then passed through another heat exchanger located indoors, where it releases heat into the space that needs to be heated.
    4. Refrigerant Expansion: After releasing heat indoors, the refrigerant is expanded through an expansion valve or capillary tube. This causes the refrigerant to cool down and become a low-pressure gas.
    5. Heat Absorption (Cooling Mode): In cooling mode, the heat pump can reverse the cycle. It absorbs heat from the indoor space and releases it outdoors, effectively cooling the indoor environment.

Heat pumps are highly efficient because they move heat rather than generate it through combustion, as in traditional furnaces or boilers. They are particularly advantageous in regions with moderate climates where heating and cooling are both needed throughout the year.

There are different types of heat pumps, including:

    1. Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP): These extract heat from the ambient air and are commonly used for residential heating and cooling.
    2. Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP or Geothermal Heat Pumps): These utilize the relatively constant temperature of the ground or groundwater as a heat source or sink. They are highly efficient but typically have higher installation costs.
    3. Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHP): These use water bodies such as lakes or rivers as a heat source or sink.

Heat pumps can be used for various applications, including space heating and cooling, water heating, and even pool heating. They are known for their energy efficiency and environmental benefits because they can provide heating and cooling without directly burning fossil fuels, which helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions when powered by clean electricity sources.