Quality Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Services in Troy, OH
Would you like a single HVAC system that can provide year-round comfort at a low cost? Heat pumps are an excellent energy-efficient, effective year-round heating and cooling unit that’s environmentally friendly and increasing in popularity. We at Troy Furnace & Air Conditioning are excited to offer our heat pump replacement and installation services to residents here in the Greater Miami County area.
These fine HVAC systems offer homeowners crisp, cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter, conserving energy year-round. Because of their convenience and reputed energy savings, it’s clear why so many residents opt for heat pumps. If you’re in the market for a heat pump for your home in the Troy area, pick up that phone, and let’s see what it’ll take to get one for your home.
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Repairing vs. Replacing Your Heat Pump
“Should I Repair or Replace My Heat Pump?
If you’re not sure whether to replace your dual HVAC system or go ahead and pay for the repairs, we outline below the top factors you should consider in making this sometimes challenging decision:
Often, home systems that are more than 10 years old are outdated in terms of energy efficiency, so your current heat pump could be costing more on your utility bills. Pay attention to the SEER rating.
What is the SEER rating? SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is an important factor you should take into consideration to optimize your buying experience. Essentially, SEER is a rating, comparable to the miles per gallon you’d get with a certain car. Higher MPG means you spend less money on fuel.
When a heat pump gets older than 10 years old, it might be time to begin planning for replacement. Having said that, it’s obvious there are more factors than just age, but this can be a good guide to whether you should start contemplating something new or not. Factors you should consider with age are the unit’s reliability, its history and efficiency, and how well it has been maintained over the years.
To make this determination, you will have to crunch the numbers and see what you can afford. When you balance the cost to repair or replace a heat pump, usually the repair has a lower upfront price tag. However, rebates and special offers, combined with your potential savings on fuel bills, can turn replacement into a much more budget-friendly option.
Cost of Repairs
This is generally the main factor when looking for something new. A lot of experts recommend a new furnace and new air conditioner if the repair is more than $800. But, if the system is only 6 years old, $800 doesn’t seem that bad of an investment to squeeze a few more years of life out of your system. With this in mind, it’s good to look at both the age and the cost of the repair. If the system is more than 10 years old and it’s going to cost more than $800 to repair you should take a serious look at replacing the unit
There’s also the 50% Rule: When the cost of repairs approaches half or 50% of the value of the unit, it’s usually time to replace the system.
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What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is the smarter, cleaner way to heat, cool, dehumidify and purify the air in your home, and it’s an all-in-one replacement for your existing HVAC systems.
It’s called a heat pump because it controls your home’s climate by redistributing the heat that’s already in the air. In the winter, it extracts heat from the outside environment and moves it inside your home. In the summer, the process is reversed: The heat pump takes heat from inside your home and moves it outside. The result? Your home feels great all year. It’s a pretty simple concept that adds up to comfortable and energy-efficient climate control.
If you're interested in installing a heat pump into your Troy, OH area home, call us today! We offer quality equipment from top brands in the industry.
Major components of a heat pump system:
- Outdoor unit with a coil that acts as a condenser in cooling mode and an evaporator in heating mode
- Indoor unit that contains a coil (just like the outdoor unit) and a fan to move the air through your home
- Refrigerant that absorbs and releases the heat as it circulates through the system
- Compressor that pressurizes the refrigerant
- Reversing valve that changes the direction of the refrigerant in the system, to enable the shift between heating and cooling
- Expansion valve that regulates the flow of refrigerant through the system
Financing Options in Troy, OH
Buy Today, Pay Over Time with HVAC Financing
Are you looking to upgrade your home's heating or cooling system or need help covering the cost of repairs? Check out our current financing offer! We have partnered with Wells Fargo Bank to help our customers keep their home comfortable year-round.