Heat Pump Repair
A heat pump is a critical element in many residential and commercial heating systems. Contrary to what the name suggests, heat pumps can both warm and cool the air inside of a building, which means they work hard year-round to keep you comfortable. When heat pumps stop working, it can be for various different reasons, making it hard for homeowners to diagnose the issue on their own. If your HVAC system isn’t working like it should, we’re here to help you get it fixed as soon as possible. Green Heating, Cooling, & Electric offers heat pump repair in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas at your convenience.
Heat pumps typically have a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years. How long a heat pump lasts will depend on the type you have, how often it has been serviced, and the region you live in. Those in coastal areas tend to see lower lifespans in their heat pumps.
If your heat pump is:
It’s time to get in touch with an HVAC company in Philadelphia. Many homeowners are turning to heat pumps as an energy efficient alternative to traditional furnace heating. But it’s also important to consider how hard your heat pump will have to work. Heat pumps may have a lower life expectancy if:
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If your heat pump is very old and worn, it may be beyond repair. Sometimes an old heat pump can cause recurring issues that end up costing you more money in the long run. A heater repair company in Philadelphia can help you review your options and decide on the most effective and affordable option. If you are in the market for a new heat pump, you’ll want to do some research and weigh the pros and cons of each brand and type. There are air-to-air, water source, and geothermal heat pumps, with air-to-air being the most common for homeowners. This is because they are easy to install and much more affordable on average. While a brand new heat pump may seem like a costly investment, the amount you’ll save on your monthly energy bill will make it worth your while.
Before making any big decisions, it’s useful to have a contractor come out and assess your unique property. Ask them to check your ductwork and the quality of your insulation, as these two factors will greatly affect how well your heat pump does its job.
Home heating and cooling costs shouldn’t be a huge burden. This is why Green provides financing options so you never have to choose between a high-functioning HVAC system and financial stability.
At Green Heating, Cooling, & Electric, our contractors are background-checked, licensed and insured, and NATE-certified (North American Technician Excellence). We hold ourselves to the highest standards so we can perform repairs and installations right the first time. Green is Better Business Bureau accredited and two-time winners of the Angie’s List Super Service Award. We serve Philadelphia, Bucks County, Camden County, Gloucester County, Burlington County, and Philadelphia.
Serving the Philadelphia area for over 10 years, we offer customers a satisfaction guarantee along with:
We can service all major heat pump brands, including:
You and your family deserve to be warm in the winter and cool in the summer. A heat pump that is functioning properly can provide just that under the right conditions. If your heating and cooling system has suddenly stopped working, Green offers 24-hour emergency service so you can get answers and assistance right when you need them.
Looking for fast and affordable HVAC service at a time of day that works for you? We are happy to help. Call us today to set up an appointment for HVAC repair in Philadelphia or the surrounding areas.
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