Heat pumps are ideal because of their high efficiency. When you need a heat pump repair or new installation, we're the team for the job. They transfer heat from inside to outside in the warmer months, and outside to inside in the cooler months, eliminating the need for a separate heating and cooling system. If you are interested in learning more about heat pumps or any of our heating services, call us today!
Heat pump repairs and new installation
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Heat Pump Repair
If your existing heat pump is malfunctioning, just give us a call, and we’ll be on our way. We are well-versed on all brands, makes, and models of heat pumps and will work quickly to diagnose the problem and find a long-lasting solution. If you have noticed a sudden, unexplained increase in your utility bills or the system is no longer heating or cooling your home, it’s time to get us on the phone and schedule a repair. If you hear strange noises coming from the unit or notice that it is rapid cycling, don’t put off making a service appointment. It doesn’t take long for small problems to turn into big headaches.
The best way to avoid frequent and costly heat pump repairs is proper operation and routine scheduled maintenance. We are happy to give your heat pump a tune up and give you tips on how to maximize efficiency. Regular maintenance will also prolong the life of your heat pump, meaning more bang for your buck. Consistent filter changing along with seasonal cleaning of coils and fans goes a long way to prevent inefficiency and the need for repairs. Call us today to schedule heat pump maintenance or any of our heating services.
New Heat Pump Installation
If you are looking to make the switch to a heat pump, or need a replacement one installed, call us anytime to get started. We install air source and water source heat pumps. Our experts will help you make the right choice for your home based on your needs and your usage. Air source heat pumps transfer energy from one place to another. They use an outdoor exchanger coil that extracts heat from the air and an indoor heat exchanger to transfer the heat into air ducts, radiators or a water heater. The process can also be reversed so for use as an air conditioner.
A water source heat pump utilizes water instead of air to transfer heat. These types of pumps are ideal if you live near a well, lake, or another natural source of water. A ground source heat pump uses the earth as its heat source. We use two different methods of installation: horizontal ground coupled system and vertical ground coupled system. Which type of heat pump and method of installation that is right for your home depends on the geography and climate around your home. Let our team of heating experts guide you through the entire process. Call us today to get started.
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We service heat pumps in Kissimmee, St Cloud, Lake Nona and nearby areas!