Residential AC Installation in Wilmington, OH

Residential Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Services in Wilmington, OH

If you’re in the market for a heat pump for your home, whether you are replacing one or getting a new one installed we encourage you to call us right away to see what it’ll take to get the ball rolling. We can provide you with a free quote if you’re looking to compare prices. When it comes to heat pump costs, however, keep in mind we offer a Best Price Guarantee on all the industry’s leading equipment.

Wilmington Heating & Cooling is excited to offer Wilmington area homeowners our heat pump replacement and heat pump installation services at competitive price rates with customer satisfaction guaranteed. Get a free online quote now!

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Are you ready to find out how much heat pump installation would cost? Look no further! Wilmington Heating & Cooling makes the entire heat pump install or heat pump replacement process quick, simple, and easy. We send the best HVAC experts to your home with the best equipment the industry has to offer and we stop at nothing to make sure you’re satisfied with your new heating and cooling unit.

Residential Heat Pump Installation in Wilmington, OH

Top 4 Reasons to Replace Your Heat Pump

Every homeowner reaches a point where they must consider repairing or replacing their heat pump. Here are the top 4 reasons to replace your system this year:

Age of Equipment

It’s recommended that heat pumps get replaced about every 10 to 15 years because internally. Some go longer if maintained regularly by a professional. Keep in mind if you have a unit that’s 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.

Frequent Problems

If breakdowns become a regular thing with your heat pump system, as in they happen more than just a couple of times in the same year, it’s a good indication it might be time for a new heat pump. From a more sensible viewpoint, the costs of all these repairs pile up. Sometimes it warrants the purchase of a new unit because it’s close to the actual price of a new heat pump.

Rising Energy Costs

If you’re experiencing a steady increase in your energy consumption and you’re running the same number of appliances in your home, it usually indicates that some energy is getting lost somewhere. Usually, this 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, often, the likely reason for energy bills increasing.

Inconsistent Temperatures

When certain parts of the home are too hot or too cold compared to the rest of the home, it usually means something is amiss with the HVAC system. Other inconsistent issues like relative humidity variations also indicate a problem with the system as well. If all the doors and windows are closed evenly, there shouldn’t be a disparity in different areas of the home. 

Upgrade Your Heat Pump System in Wilmington, OH

Homeowners who are proactive and upgrade their home comfort system before the old system breaks down save on their air conditioning bills while optimizing indoor air quality and comfort. Overall, upgrading HVAC equipment promptly and being proactive with comfort equipment saves money and gives you sufficient time to plan and find the best deals. Some of our deals on the latest technology might surprise you. Heat pump technology has come a long way. In the end, your new system will increase the value of your home and create a healthier, cleaner, more relaxed environment for you and your loved ones that end up costing less to run every month.

General AC Installation FAQ

Is it normal for a residential heat pump to have frost on top of it?

In the wintertime when it’s extremely cold, the outside of your heat pump might develop a coating of frost or light ice. This is nothing to be alarmed about! 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 is the difference between HSPF and SEER on a heat pump?

These two acronyms, SEER and HSPF, are both efficiency ratings professionals use for heat pump systems. 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 in my home warmer or colder than others?

This could be several things making this happen, almost all of which will require professional help. For one, if your heat pump wasn’t properly sized, 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 inadequate air flow, making some areas of the home colder or warmer than other areas. 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.

Get the Comfort You Want With HVAC Financing

Installing a new air conditioning unit or heating system is a major purchase. Because home heating and cooling units are made strong and designed to last a long time and provide you comfort throughout your home around the clock, they can be expensive. Wilmington Heating & Cooling offers simple, straightforward HVAC finance options so you can finance your new HVAC unit and pay over time.

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