Grove City Heat Pump Repair & Installs
Expert Heat Pump Installer in Grove City
Have you considered buying a heat pump for your home? Were you wondering what they are? How they work or is one even right for you? If you need an alternate choice for a spit system in your home for your ac and furnace a heap pump could be a good choice to consider. If you are cutting back on the use of natural gas and are looking to have a more electrical ran system, heat pumps can work well for this as well. If you already are an owner of a heat pump, you probably are happy with the results you have got from it. If your heat pump needs repaired, we can handle that for you. Give us a call to schedule a heat pump repair.
Heat Pump vs a Furnace or AC?
If you have never heard of a heat pump before it could be a viable option for you. A paired central air conditioning unit and electric or gas furnace is the most common setup when it comes to an HVAC system for a homeowner but you should explore the benefits of a heap pump before removing it from your choice. Heat pumps are able to switch to a heating mode and can be great if you are looking to limit the usage of your natural gas. Unlike other units, heat pump transfer heat and energy around. Taking away and adding to areas when needed. They are somewhat like a “smart” machine. Having a heat pump installed can help save Ohio residents money in the spring and fall months by using your heat pump to warm your home instead of your gas furnace.
FAQ Heat Pump Questions
Here are some of the most common questions asked about heat pumps.
Do you need a heat pump?
Heat pumps double up on the workload. In the warm summer months, they keep you cool, and in the cold winter season, they keep you warm. You can eliminate having two separate systems, a furnace and a central air conditioner. With a heat pump, there’s only one system to install, maintain, repair or replace.
How many years does a heat pump last?
The life duration of a heat pump depends on many factors, such as what type of heat pump you have, the location you live in, and if the heat pump as been well taken care of and maintained. Heat pumps on average last around 15 years, though some can wear out after a decade. With the technology being built in heat pumps manufactured now days, they can last longer.
How much is a heat pump for a house?
A heat pump can replace a furnace and air conditioning unit. The average cost to install a heat pump ranges anywhere from about $4-8K depending on the size of your home and type of heat pump.
What is the difference between a heat pump and central air conditioning?
The heat pump relies on the same basic system, with two key differences. First, the closed loop in a heat pump is set up such that it can blow hot air into the home instead of outside. This allows it to function as a heater in the winter and an air conditioner in the summer.