What’s A Heat Pump?
Looking to minimize your impact on the environment and save money on heating and air conditioning costs? You should think about installing a heat pump. Heat pumps make for amazing alternatives to the traditional HVAC system. They work year-round to keep your home comfortable while providing heat during the winter. During the winter they work with a secondary heat source.
Heat pumps look sometimes almost identical to central air conditioners; they are located next to the house. Using AC refrigerants, heat pumps transfer heat. To alternate back and forth between air conditioning mode and heating mode they use a reversing valve. Because they transfer heat, heat pumps reduce your carbon footprint and minimize the impact your home has on the environment. Because heat pumps also don’t burn fossil fuels, the environment will thank you.
If you’re in the market for a new heat pump or want to learn more about what it’s going to cost to have a heat pump installed in your Central Ohio area home, we can provide you with a free estimate and even provide a free in-home consultation on the most affordable heat pump installation and heat pump replacement services available in the local market.
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Are you thinking about installing a heat pump in your Central Ohio area home. Do you need free estimate for the work? Don’t wait for a local handyman or cheap heat pump replacement expert from the Yellow Pages for your free estimate. Get an instant online estimate on affordable heat pump installation and heat pump replacement in Central Ohio with Grove City Heating & Air. We offer the best prices on the most affordable heat pumps available on the market. We stand behind all of our work (every single job we perform) with the best warranty coverage in the industry and a workmanship guarantee in writing that you won’t find anywhere else.
We are proud members of the popular Five Star Brand, which is the Five Star Home Services Family. As a part of Five Star, we at Grove City Heating & Air truly cares about your home comfort and air quality. We have licensed plumbers and electricians on staff. We are 100% committed to making your home, and our wonderful communities, better places to live, work and raise families.
Heat Pump Installations & Replacement in Grove City, Ohio
If you’re looking for the most reliable HVAC company in Central Ohio, you should call Grove City Heating & Air. Replacing any type of HVAC unit is major work and the decision is an extremely important one. Homeowners who choose Grove City Heating & Air enjoy year-round comfort, money savings and peace of mind. You’ll never regret calling us for all your comfort and air care needs. We always stand behind all of our work, no matter how big or small the job, with a complete 100% customer satisfaction guarantee across the board that you can take to the bank.
We offer all major brands of HVAC equipment, including Ruud, Goodman, Trane, Carrier, Rheem, Bryant, American Standard and more. We are an Authorized Amana Dealer as well. Call us today at (614) 490-7540.
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Knowing When to Replace Your Heat Pump?
Timing is everything, and knowing when to replace a heat pump is half the battle. The other half is calling our team at Grove City Heating & Air. After many years of use, heat pumps often develop minor issues. Some of these issues can catch you off-guard or by surprise. Everything may have been working well and then there’s an issue out of nowhere. Common types of heat pump problems include strange odors, unusual noises and smells and other issues. If your heat pump is blowing cool air or cold during the wintertime, it’s usually the sign of a problem. Moreover, if your heat pump starts blowing hot air or warm air during the summertime, this is another prevalent sign of a problem.
Heat Pump Replacement Cost
First look at the overall cost to replace the heat pump. Typical replacement costs vary from $5,000 to $7,000 or more. The actual number depends on the brand and model of equipment. It also depends on the HVAC contractor you end up hiring to install your new heat pump. Remember that upgrading to a newer energy-efficient heat pump can help you reduce your overall monthly utility costs. Also keep in mind that heat pumps should always be installed by reputable experts who are qualified. If you have your heat pump installed by a professional (like Grove City Heating & Air) who you know definitely knows what they’re doing, you will know you’re in good hands. We have the latest and greatest heat pumps available in the HVAC industry at the absolute best prices. Our heat pumps provide superior airflow and superior home comfort in addition to energy savings. We offer the best deals on Amana’s amazing heat pump selection, which last you a lifetime.
Overall Energy Consumption
Unlike other types of home comfort equipment, heat pumps provide heating and air conditioning. Typically, heat pumps only last for about 15 years or so, give or take. Considering this, we recommend homeowners should begin planning for HVAC replacement around the 12-year mark. This is also around the same time the heat pump’s overall energy efficiency begins declining. After this point, although it might be possible to repair an older heat pump, you still need to keep this in mind. Your HVAC equipment is only going to continue getting worse. As it continues to age and get worse it’s only going to require more and more energy to stay as effective as repair bills add up. This obviously causes your HVAC costs to rise because of overall energy consumption going up.
Heat Pump Life Cycles
The average lifespan of a heat pump is usually between 10 to 15 years. The amount of time your heat pump actually lasts also depends on several other factors. The biggest factor is the frequency of maintenance. We recommend homeowners don’t continue making repairs to residential heat pumps older than 12 years old. This is around the same time homeowners should replace it. Although you might be able to restore the operation of your HVAC unit, it’s only a matter of time before you need to repair something else. If you look at the overall lifespan of your heat pump, you can avoid repairing something you already know is too old or outdated and might be on its last leg. Don’t waste your time and money repairing an outdated heat pump. If your heat pump is 15 years old or older, you’ve gotten a good return on your investment. We recommend calling Grove City Heating & Air to invest in a new heat pump at this point. It will always pay off in the long run.
When it comes to saving money on energy bills, SEER ratings matter. A higher SEER rating usually corresponds to a higher efficiency rating. This means that your central air conditioner will use less energy to cool your home and save you money. Your Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratings is important to consider when the time comes to replace your heat pump. SEER ratings can also gauge the efficiency of your heat pump during the winter and summer. To determine your heat pump’s overall SEER rating, check the production of cool air during the summer and compare it to the total amount of electricity it uses in total Watt-Hours. The average SEER rating of a heat pump varies from thirteen to twenty-five. If you’re trying to determine your heat pump’s SEER rating, check the label on the side of the system or give us a call.
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Your home comfort experts here at Grove City Heating & Air have outstanding relationships with some of the region’s best lenders and most respected financial institutions.
We partner with the absolute best in the business to make the entire home heating system installation and HVAC replacement process fast, easy, simple, and affordable. We pull out all the stops and roll out the red carpet. We believe our job is to help you enjoy the most superior home comfort throughout the year, even during the hottest seasons and coldest winter weather. Your job, as our amazing customer, is merely to sit back, relax and enjoy your new HVAC system with affordable payments you can make over time. In short, our furnace financing, heat pump financing and A/C finance options are second to none. Call us today at (614) 490-7540.