Best Heat Pump Replacement in Columbus, OH

Replacement and Installation for Heat Pumps in Columbus, OH Homes

If you are looking for an expert to handle your heat pump installation in the Columbus, OH area, look no further than Buckeye Heating & Cooling. A heat pump replacement may become necessary if the unit is not energy efficient, has a poor heating seasonal performance factor, is an insufficient size for your home, or is simply an old heat pump.

If you feel that you are ready to switch from a central air conditioner and furnace to a heat pump or upgrade to a more energy efficient heat pump, our NATE-certified technicians can help you to weigh your options. A heat pump cost calculator can help you to figure out your home’s ongoing heat pump costs, in addition to the heat pump installation cost. There are also different types of heat pumps you may want to consider, such as solar heat pumps or air source heat pumps, depending on your home. Buckeye Heating & Cooling’s professional technicians can help you figure out which heat pump HVAC system will work best for your home and wallet.

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Buckeye Heating & Cooling Offers Heat Pump Installation and Replacement

Replacing a heat pump is a big decision that will affect your physical and financial comfort for years to come. Before you choose a new heat pump system, you will need to understand heat pump prices, the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER), the different types of heat pumps, and the average cost of your future utility bills. Heat pump prices vary widely based on several factors, including heat pump capacity, the source of a unit’s energy, and the mechanical components of each heat pump.

Buckeye Heating & Cooling is here to help Columbus, OH homeowners understand all that a new heat pump entails, as well as provide expert service for the required installation.

Regional pricing differences may affect the final cost of a heat pump replacement, installation, or repairs. For example, costs vary when installing a geothermal heat pump depending on terrain and your property whereas an air source heat pump is more affordable to replace. Our Comfort Consultants are able to give you accurate estimates for replacing whichever type of heat pump system you like!

Is It Time to Replace Your Heat Pump?

If you are thinking about replacing your heat pump, timing is everything. Heat pumps provide homeowners with both an air conditioner and furnace, so removing a heat pump eliminates the complete system. Going without a heat pump should be considered as you look into the replacement cost. For example, if you want to replace your old heat pump with a geothermal heat pump or an air source heat pump, you should do so at a time when your home will be able to go a few days without either air conditioning or heating system. For instance, replacing your heat pump during a more temperate season like fall or spring would be more convenient for your family than replacing your entire system during summer or winter, when temperatures can swing from comfortable to extreme in a matter of hours.

Emergency Heat Pump Replacement

Unfortunately, sometimes heat pumps must be replaced under less-than-ideal circumstances. If your heat pump is struggling, you should know that the cost of heat pump repairs along with labor costs can essentially total the system, eliminating the cost efficiency for repairs. The heat pump compressor, for example, is the heart of your heating and cooling system. Should your heat pump compressor suffer catastrophic failure in the outdoor unit, the entire unit will probably need to be replaced. An air handler is another essential piece of equipment that can total a system. An air handler directs airflow to provide either hot air in heating mode or cold air during the air conditioning setting. If your air handler goes out on an already old or inefficient unit, it will probably make more sense just to repair the entire heat pump.

Buckeye Heating & Cooling offers 24-hour service to provide emergency heat pump replacements, as well as backup heating to keep your family warm in the meantime. If you were not planning on replacing your heat pump and do not have savings, we even have payment plans to help finance installation costs.

Replace Your Heating Pump Now

While some heat pumps may last longer, 12 years is the average amount of time most homeowners can expect the device to run. If your heat pump is over ten years old, you should start thinking about replacing your current system.

Depending on your heat pump’s capacity and energy efficiency rating, there may be newer, more efficient models available. The Columbus, OH climate zone and equipment’s seasonal energy efficiency ratio can also help you determine if a new system’s energy costs will be better for your home and carbon footprint than your current system. Instead of waiting for your heat pump to experience an emergency, you may want to replace it preemptively.

The heat pump cost can vary based on who you turn to for help. Buckeye Heating & Cooling offers fair and competitive heat pump prices, as well as an appropriate heat pump installation cost. You can trust Buckeye Heating & Cooling to provide you with the best cost around.

Heating Replacement Options

If you are looking for honest, impartial, and professional opinions on what would be the best heating and cooling system for your home, the team at Buckeye Heating & Cooling has answers.

If your heat pump is not meeting your home’s heating and cooling requirements, it may need to be upgraded or replaced. Before switching to a different model, you should ensure that you have a correctly sized heat pump. An incorrectly sized heat pump could cause a long list of issues, including inefficient heating and cooling, high energy costs, or a system that just doesn’t seem to be controlling your indoor climate successfully.

If it is just time to replace your heat pump due to air handler issues, energy bills, or operating costs, you should look at your existing ductwork. If your duct setup is in good condition, you may be able to change your current heat pump system into an air conditioner or a higher ton heat pump with a larger cooling capacity. The final cost of a conversion will depend on the ducts installed and the cost ranges of specific HVAC equipment. The right heat pump or AC unit will save you money in the long run.

There are several different types of new heat pump equipment to choose from, including:

  • Air source heat pumps
  • Geothermal heat pumps
  • Solar power heat pumps

Indicators that a Heat Pump Replacement is In Your Future

With proactive and consistent maintenance, most heat pump heating and cooling systems will last for about 12 years. It can be challenging to stay on top of your home’s maintenance and repair schedule, but joining a maintenance plan with Buckeye Heating & Cooling makes it easy. Don’t worry about when to schedule your maintenance visits; let us do that for you.

There are a few variables that will determine precisely how long the heat pump in your home will last, even with all of your proactive efforts. No piece of equipment lasts forever, and these indicators can help you know if a replacement will be necessary soon:

  • Abnormal sounds coming from your heat pump
  • Air conditioning cycles producing warm air
  • Heat pumps older than 12 years old
  • Heat pumps that produce cold air during heating cycles
  • Increased energy costs
  • Low heat pump capacity
  • More frequent heat pump repairs
  • Short cycling within your heat pump

Any of the issues above should be investigated by a licensed professional. They will then help you to determine if a new heat pump cost will be more efficient than the cost of repairs. You can trust Buckeye Heating & Cooling to give you a realistic and honest replacement cost, regardless of which type of heat pump you decide to go with.

Improve Your Home’s HVAC System with an Upgrade

Heat pumps can affect your home in more ways than you might realize. Each different type of heat pump can offer your family unique benefits. For example, an air source heat pump or solar heat pumps can provide more energy to your home than a regular air conditioning unit. These units’ installation costs and labor costs should factor into what they could save you in the long run.

Heat pump installation costs can sometimes be hard to swallow. Fortunately, Buckeye Heating & Cooling works with our customers to get them a heat pump installed at a price they can afford. All heat pump costs vary, but we offer a range of services to make replacement more palatable, ranging from seasonal specials to financing plans for heat pump installation.

Upgrading to a new heat pump system could improve your home in several ways, including:

  • Ensuring your family’s comfort
  • Improving your indoor air quality with conditioned air
  • Lowering your energy bills
  • Saving money on repairs and labor costs

Improve your home today with a new heat pump installation performed by the professionals at Buckeye Heating & Cooling. Contact us today for an estimate.

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