Heat Pump

If you’re looking for an inexpensive and efficient heating system, you might consider a heat pump.

For climates with moderate heating and cooling needs, heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. Heat pumps provide heat energy from a variety of sources, depending on the model, to a heat sink.

As a result of society’s increasing concern for ecological and environmental issues, the demand for more efficient ways to utilize heat and energy is rising. The heat pump uses technological advances such as year-round space heating to displace heat energy to a more useful location and purpose.

When it comes to heating, Surya Solar has many options. Some are better suited for cold climates than others, and it can be tricky determining the best one for your home.

So, if you’ve never heard of heat pumps before, and aren’t sure how to install, then you should consider switching to Surya’s Heat Pump. We also cover which homes are best suited for a heat pump system and heat pump costs.

Surya is sure to give you a decent maintenance-free performance with the help of its advanced features like Electric Backup options, automatic controls, low noise, high-efficiency rotary compressor, and more.

How we work

  • 1. Install the Condenser

    First, we must install the condenser outside the house. The condenser is used to convert and transfer heat and air throughout the home. The condenser is essentially moving heat and air to your desired room.

  • 2. Add Air Handler Mount

    we have to find a place for the air handler, or the device that releases the cold or warm air into the room.

  • 3. Connect the Air Handler to the Condenser

    After we snake the wires through the walls to that outside hole, connect the outdoor unit’s power cable to a breaker cable. Then, we connect the control wire from the outdoor unit to the air handler.

  • 4. Cover the Lines

    Just like those ugly television wires, the control wires and refrigerant lines are not a sightly view. Therefore, we can install a plastic covering on your siding if more than a few inches are showing, To make sure everything is fully fastened before attaching to the wall.

  • 5. Final Connections

    Before we add the cover to the outside unit, we have to connect a gauge manifold and a vacuum pump to the refrigerant lines. Both can detect leaks, dry the lines if needed and ensure the pressure inside the unit is safe.


Easy to Install and Operate

Maintenance-free performance

Built to last

Automatic Controls

High Safety Standards

Best quality raw materials


Hot water 24 x 7

Automatic Controls

Multi-Functional Controllers

Electric Back-up Optional

Low Noise

Easily Repairable

Cold Water Output also Available

High efficient rotary compressor

In-built circulating pump