Residential Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Services in Bexley, OH

If you’re looking for one piece of equipment to replace your furnace and your air conditioning system, you should definitely consider purchasing a heat pump. Heat pumps last 15 to 20 years on average and some even longer. However, because of new technology and increased improvements in their design and installation, the popularity of these units is steadily increasing. Heat pumps offer homeowners effective, affordable, and energy-efficient heating and cooling that is environmentally friendly and convenient.

Bexley Heating & Cooling is excited to offer Central Ohio homeowners our heat pump replacement and heat pump installation services at competitive price rates with guaranteed customer satisfaction. In addition, we offer all the top trusted HVAC name brands of heat pumps, such as Amana, Trane, and Goodman. If you’re in the market for a heat pump for your Columbus area home, we encourage you to call one of our friendly customer service representatives today to see what it’ll take to get one for your home. We can provide you with a free quote if you’re looking to compare prices. However, keep in mind we offer a Best Price Guarantee on all the industry’s leading equipment.

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4 Signs You Need To Replace Your Furnace

Inconsistent Heat Supply Around the House

If certain parts in your home tend to be usually too hot or too cold compared to the rest of the house, something is probably amiss with your HVAC unit. Other inconsistent conditions such as relative humidity issues in areas also indicate a problem with the unit. However, if all the windows and doors are evenly locked or closed, then there shouldn’t be a significant disparity like this in different areas. This kind of problem can also be checked during a maintenance visit for your entire unit and resolved. It could well be just a small issue of blocked vents or a leak in the ventilation system.

Increasing Energy Consumption

When you experience a steady increase in your energy consumption while still having and running the same number of appliances in your home, it usually indicates that some energy is getting lost somewhere. Often, the situation only gets worse. There should be a consistent average of energy usage except when a new appliance is added. Heat pumps are among the most frequently run appliances in a house and the likely culprit for rising energy bills. You can check on the efficiency of your heat pump with scheduled servicing, which can help you confirm whether the heat pump should be changed.

Constant Need for Repairs

Occasional breakdowns which require repairs are normal with any kind of equipment. However, if breakdowns become a normal thing with your heat pump, occurring more than just a couple of times in the same year, it signifies it is time for a replacement. From a more sensible point of view, the costs of all these repairs warrant the purchase of a new system because they often run as high as, if not more than, the actual price of a new heat pump. Moreover, the inconveniences that come with the repeated breakdowns are, to say the least, reasons enough to warrant a new system change.

Age of the Equipment

Even the best equipment has a limited lifespan. Heat pumps are under a lot of strain from years of constant operation. Like everything else, there will come a day when age will catch up with it. It’s usually recommended that heat pumps be replaced about every 10 to 15 years because internally, they’re constantly aging in permanent ways. Even if your unit appears to be operating well, its old age should be enough to warrant a replacement. In any case, if the unit is more than a decade old, far better technology has developed with much greater improvements both in performance and efficiency. Upgrading it on account of age will therefore be a progressive step if nothing else.

If you’re experiencing issues with your HVAC system in Bexley, OH, don’t hesitate to call. We’re ready to help!

(614) 924-7856

Our Warranty Program Offers Peace of Mind for Bexley, OH Homeowners

As a Bexley Heating & Cooling customer, we want you to know that our services don’t just stop at installation. When you do business with us, you become a part of the Five Star Family. Because of this, we want to offer options that work for you and your lifestyle. Unfortunately, problems can occur. Nevertheless, we have your back. We understand that your time is valuable, and because of that, we do the leg work for you. Unlike other HVAC companies, all system and part warranties go directly through us!

Your Parts and Labor Warranty can last up to 5 to 10 years as long as regular maintenance is done on your equipment. To stay within your warranty agreement, all you have to do is schedule your AC and/or furnace tune-up once every year. We make it convenient by offering to do both of these in one visit. If not, we can also come out in the spring and fall to make sure your system and parts are ready for the temperatures ahead. You’re part of the Five Star family! That’s why we are offering you this one-of-a-kind warranty program. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to take advantage of our warranty program to help your newest investment have a long life and get the services you deserve.

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Common Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Questions & Answers

Is it normal for my heat pump to have frost on it?
When it gets freezing, the outside of your heat pump might develop a coating of frost or light ice during the winter. Don’t be alarmed just yet! When this happens, the defrost control senses it and automatically starts a defrost cycle, which should take care of it. During this period, the auxiliary heat strips are automatically activated to warm the indoor air. On the other hand, if you have a heavy coating of ice, give us a call as soon as possible. Heavy ice accumulation can indicate your heat pump needs a professional to prevent serious problems.
What’s the difference between SEER and HSPF on a heat pump?
SEER and HSPF are both efficiency ratings used with heat pumps. The SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) measures the efficiency of a heat pump in cooling mode. HSPF (Heating Season Performance Factor) measures the efficiency of one while it’s in heating mode. The higher the SEER and HSPF numbers, the better and more efficient the unit is designed to be in heating and cooling mode.
Why are some rooms colder or warmer than others?
This could be several issues, most of which require assistance. If your heat pump is not sized correctly, it might not be sufficient for your space or it might shut off before the whole house reaches the desired temperature. If the heat pump is sized properly, the home itself could have an air vent or air duct issue. A poorly designed duct system can cause poor airflow, leaving some rooms colder or warmer than others. If your ducts aren’t sealed properly, or an air leak goes undetected, airflow might pass through your system unevenly. To properly determine the specific cause, give us a call

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Buy Today, Pay Over Time With HVAC Financing

Purchasing a new furnace or air conditioning system is a major decision. Because HVAC equipment is built to last a long time and provide you comfort throughout your home around the clock, they can seem expensive. But, ultimately, you get what you pay for. And if you’re looking to buy a new heating system, A/C, or heat pump and you need to make payments, no worries. We offer user-friendly, straightforward HVAC financing options to finance your new HVAC system.

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