Heat Pump Installation & Repair Services in Delaware

Revolutionize how you control your indoor temperature

Why Get a Heat Pump?

Energy Efficiency

Heat pumps save money on your energy bill, reduce greenhouse emissions, and minimize your carbon footprint.

Year-round comfort

An all-in-one heating and cooling solution, heat pumps transfer hot air into or outside of your home, depending on the season.

Cost Savings

Heat pumps use less energy than traditional HVAC systems. Thus, lowering your energy bills and leading to significant long-term saving.

Installing your Heat Pump with Above & Beyond

Wondering how it all works? Here’s a quick peek into our installation process.


Our installation team will walk you through options that fit your schedule, lifestyle and budget.


We prepare your home, install all units in the right place, program your thermostats, and perform all testing.


We offer maintenance plans and also give you access to 24/7 emergency service and support.

Why Choose Us?

Quality Assurance

We use the highest-quality tools, equipment and materials to save you money and give you confidence in our work.

Customer Satisfaction

We maintain high levels of customer satisfaction by providing honest, reasonable pricing, free estimates and 24/7 emergency repairs.

Competitive Pricing

We offer 0% financing for up to 72 months on new installations and a $25 discount for first-time clients.

Installing Heat Pumps in Delaware & Beyond

Above & Beyond’s service area includes all of Sussex County, Delaware, plus parts of Dorchester, Wicomico and Worcester counties in Maryland.

Call Us to Get Your Heat Pump Installed Today!

Reach us anytime at 443-233-1713 or use the convenient form below

Frequently Asked Questions About Heat Pumps

What is a heat pump?

A heat pump is a heating and cooling system that transfers heat from one place to another. It can provide heating in the winter and cooling in the summer by pulling the natural warmth from the air or ground.

How does a heat pump work?

During the winter, heat pumps work by extracting heat from the air or ground outside your home and transferring it inside. In the summer, the process reverses, and the heat pump removes heat and humidity from inside your home and releases it outside, providing cooling.

Are heat pumps energy-efficient?

Yes, heat pumps are highly energy-efficient. Unlike traditional heating and cooling systems that rely on fossil fuels and chemicals, heat pumps handily move heat from one location to another. This efficient transfer results in significant energy savings, reduced utility bills and a smaller carbon footprint.

Can a heat pump replace my existing HVAC system?

In many cases, heat pumps can fully replace traditional furnaces and air conditioners. Their dual function makes them a versatile and cost-effective solution for homeowners.

Will a heat pump work in cold climates?

Modern heat pumps work efficiently in colder climates. They can even extract heat from the air when outdoor temperatures are below freezing, keeping your home cozy all winter.

How long do heat pumps typically last?

A well-maintained heat pump can last between 15 to 20 years. Routine maintenance like servicing, cleaning and preventive repairs can prolong your heat pump’s lifespan.

Are heat pumps environmentally friendly?

Yes, heat pumps are a more environmentally friendly solution than conventional HVAC systems. They don’t burn fossil fuels to generate heat, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and helps combat climate change.

Can I use a heat pump in conjunction with other heating systems?

You may want to back up your heat pump with a supplemental source for additional flexibility and optimal year-round comfort. Ask about this option when you contact us.

How much can I save on my energy bills with a heat pump?

Your energy savings will vary depending on factors such as your home’s size and the steps you take to make it more efficient, such as upgrading your insulation and windows. However, many homeowners report a significant savings on their monthly energy bills after switching to a heat pump.