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Multi-Faceted Heat Pumps in Orlando, FL

Daikin Heat Pump

U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning’s Geothermal Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are an effective alternative to central HVAC systems because they provide heating and cooling in your home without having to use a furnace. Unlike furnaces, these systems don’t generate heat by themselves. Instead, they push hot air outside your home during the summer. During winter, they pull warm air into the house. While they’re available with and without ducts, ductless heat pumps offer a benefit others don’t. They eliminate the many inefficiencies of ductwork while cooling or heating your home. They do so by establishing and maintaining a continuous connection between your indoor and outdoor units. If you’re looking for a fresh approach to home comfort, then contact U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning for heat pumps.

When to Repair and When to Replace a Heat Pump

Just as with a furnace or air conditioner, a heat pump requires routine maintenance to stay in good working order. We offer regular maintenance visits that include a thorough inspection and important adjustments to maintain optimum efficiency. We recommend a tune-up for your heat pump once a year. However, if your heat pump isn’t performing as it should, we provide same-day repair services. Unfortunately, many of our clients aren’t able to tell when the time has come to replace their heat pump. Whether to opt for repairs or replacement comes down to a variety of factors, but these four are the most surefire ways to make the right decision:

You or the previous owner didn’t maintain it: Regular maintenance is critical to ensuring your heat pump is in it for the long haul. Its maintenance history is one factor to consider. If you’ve kept up with regular maintenance, then repairs are the right choice. If not, it might be time to replace the heat pump.

It doesn’t work efficiently: If you notice hot spots in your home or areas that are colder than others, then your heat pump isn’t operating at peak efficiency. Sometimes, our specialists can spot the problem and perform the necessary repairs. Others, the repairs are significant, or the heat pump might continually fail. In that case, it might make better sense to purchase a new heat pump.

You’ve had repairs done recently: You shouldn’t have to call a specialist to perform regular repairs on your heat pump, which can add up. Instead of paying spiraling repair costs, invest in a new heat pump. One rule of thumb to keep in mind: If the repair costs add up to more than half the price of a replacement, it’s wise to pay for the replacement.

It’s old and has subpar performance ratings: Newer models are more energy-efficient. Not only can they reduce your environmental footprint, but they can also save you money. You’ll notice a significant difference in your monthly bills when you switch to an Energy Star-approved heat pump.

Everything You Need to Know About Heat Pump Replacement

U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning offers repairs for heat pump systems we can still save. For everything else, we deliver affordable and thorough replacement services. Replacing your heat pump is a tough decision, but the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks. Chances are, you have experienced your fair share of annoyances regarding the heat pump. Replacing it allows Central Florida residents to:

  • Lower monthly bills
  • Do away with repeated repair costs
  • Simplify maintenance tasks
  • Invest in their homes’ futures

We Help You Size Your New Heat Pump System

U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning specializes in finding solutions. Many of our customers have an aging furnace and are looking for a better option. Heat pump systems – including mini-split and geothermal heat pumps – are perfect for any home. So, what size do you get? Generally speaking, one-ton heat pumps can handle homes of up to 400 square feet. As a comparison, a 2,000 square foot house needs a five-ton heat pump system. Fortunately, you won’t have to make that decision on your own. We’ll work with you to find a heat pump that works for the size of your home.

Contact U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning to Get Started

We built U.S. Heating & Air Conditioning on customer service. We’re a family-oriented heat pump company that employs local team members who are familiar with the communities in which you live. We treat our staff members with respect and professionalism, and they pass those values on to you. We know that you have your choice of HVAC companies in the Edgewater area. We consider it a great privilege to be invited into your home to help you with your heating and cooling needs. Contact us to schedule your heat pump repair or replacement.

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We offer 24/7 Emergency Service to all of our customers.

You can always count on U.S.H.A.C. to get to you fast and get the job done right the first time. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to find the source of your heating and air conditioning problems and fix them fast.

555 Dog Track Road
Longwood, Florida 32750

AC, Heat, Plumbing, and Electrical Services in Orlando and Central Florida

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