Heat Pump Water Heaters

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At Resicon LLC, we go further than the standard heat pump water heater unit. We install and service the Sanden CO2 heat pump water heater, sometimes called the Eco-Cute heat pump.

Using carbon dioxide (CO2) refrigerant is a new technology in North America that offers superior energy efficiency for water heating compared to hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerant systems. Our team of experts strives to bring you the highest-quality and newest-technology systems for your home’s or business’s comfort. With these newer technologies, you can also expect improved energy efficiency and energy savings.

Why Work With Resicon LLC?

We are a company with the finest certifications for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) services to homes and businesses in the Puget Sound area. Every team member is OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) certified and most carry State of Washington–issued journeyman and trainee electrical cards.

We also have professionals with US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certification to handle refrigerant. Our entire team is committed to improving the lives of our customers as well as the environment, which is why we recommend heat pump water heaters for homes and businesses.

On top of our certifications and licenses, our team cares about you. We want you satisfied with the work we do and the systems we recommend. To ensure you are happy, we continue our education and training to be able to bring you the best—the best systems, the best materials, and the best service.

What Makes a Heat Pump Water Heater Different?

Natural gas water heaters are the most common type of water heaters in residential and commercial use in our market. Homes and buildings without natural gas or propane available typically use an electric water heater that heats the water in the tank with electric resistance heating elements.

This is a highly inefficient and costly way to heat water. A heat pump water heater is an electrically powered alternative that uses refrigerant to remove heat from the air outside the unit and then release the heat into the water tank. So what it does is transfers heat rather than creates it. This requires far less electrical power (about one-third of the power) to move heat than to generate it directly.

The Benefits of a Carbon Dioxide Heat Pump Water Heater

The heat pump water heater is also an option for buildings that have natural gas or propane water heaters. Gas-burning systems place greenhouse gases (GHG) into the air, which are a major contributor to the growing issue of climate change. And, thanks to the latest available technology for heat pump water heaters that use carbon dioxide for refrigerant, a heat pump water heater will outperform a gas or propane system.

The conventional refrigerant used in most electric heat pump water heaters is a hydrofluorocarbon chemical blend like R410A. But many commercial and industrial systems have switched to using natural refrigerants such as carbon dioxide.

The SANCO2 unit from Sanden is a climate-friendly, more-efficient, and less-costly system to operate compared to traditional electric water heaters. The SANCO2 does not even need to use an electric backup system to deal with drops in outdoor temperatures.

We Are the Puget Sound Region Heat Pump Water Heater Experts

Protecting the environment is an essential part of our business at Resicon LLC, and we want to spread the word about how a carbon dioxide heat pump water heater like Sanden’s CO2 water heater benefits both you and the environment.

Few contractors in the Tacoma, WA, area work with carbon-dioxide-based water heaters—the technology was only approved for use in North America in 2016. With our numerous certifications and work with government contractors, we have the experience and skill to install and service a carbon dioxide water heater that benefits you in numerous ways. Call us at 253-625-7952 or request service online today.

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