Superior Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Services in Middletown, OH

In general, heat pumps are best in milder climates, places where the temperatures don’t usually drop below freezing point. In colder regions, they’re often used in conjunction with furnaces or other heating equipment for energy-efficient heating. This works well on all but the coldest days of the year. When the temperature outside drops too low for a heat pump, the unit will instead use the furnace or heater to generate the required heat. This type of setup is usually called a dual fuel system. Dual fuel system heat pumps are still energy-efficient and cost-effective.

If you’re interested in heat pump installation, call your friends at Middletown Heating & Cooling! Our trained Installation Team can get you set up with a unit within your budget and perform installation fast and stress-free. Get a free quote on new system installation online today!

Why Choose Us for Heat Pump Installation in Middletown, OH?

We emphatically test and screen our technicians to guarantee we hire only the best professionals in the business. These men and women are highly skilled and well-trained in the area of heat pump installation. In addition, they’re respectful and clean upon entering and leaving your home. Our customers remember our technicians by name because they leave such a positive experience. We match that excellence with the most superior products on the market at the lowest, most competitive prices possible with online deals.

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Ground-source and air-source heat pumps are the two most common styles. Air-source heat pumps transfer heat between outdoor air and indoor air. They’re more popular for residential heating and cooling. Ground-source heat pumps, on the other hand, are called geothermal heat pumps. They transfer heat between the air inside your home and the ground outside. Geothermal heat pumps are more expensive to install but are usually more efficient and cost less to run because the ground temperature is consistent throughout the year. Our trained Install Team can guide you in the right direction when searching for a new heat pump. We’ve installed thousands of units in our experience with many satisfied homeowners. Get a free quote today.

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We Install High-Quality Heating Systems in Middletown, OH!

Heat pumps have many components and should be handled by a trusted professional. We have years of experience installing new heat pumps across Ohio. Keep in mind that if you upgrade to a heat pump, you will no longer need your existing furnace or A/C unit. We remove and recycle old units in an environmentally friendly manner on every call!

Superior Heat Pump Installation in Middletown, OH

Here’s what to expect from our installation services:

  1. Schedule a free, in-home estimate with one of our comfort specialists — Call us or request an estimate online, and we’ll schedule a visit to your residence as early as the same day. View our service area locations.
  2. We’ll you find the right system — We’ll ask questions and take a look at your current heating system to help you find what’s right for the size of your home.
  3. You’ll get several options to choose from — We’ll give you new options and the prices of those HVAC systems installed in your home.
  4. We install your new heat pump system — You select the system that works for your budget, and we install the system — usually the same day.

4 Reasons to Upgrade to a Heat Pump

  • Variable-Speed Blower

    Many older heat pumps have a two-speed air blower. This action of on/off does not create temperature efficiency at a maximum. Rooms in your home may overheat or become too cool quickly while the blower runs. Once the blower stops, these rooms may change to the opposite extreme temperature making you very uncomfortable. There may be only a small amount of heat provided to the room when the blower is at full speed due to wasted heat accumulating at your ceiling. Variable-speed blowers run at a speed that is slower with a volume that is reduced and almost continuously. As a result, temperature swings are evened out, and air circulating constantly helps keep comfort in rooms more consistent.

  • Thermostat Expansion Valve

    This heat pump feature saves money by adjusting the refrigerant flow to the home's requirements according to the temperature outdoors. Wear and tear, and energy consumption is reduced by the compressor being able to work easier. Adequate refrigerant is delivered to warm or cool your home.

  • SEER and HSPF

    Cooling and heating efficiency for heat pumps is expressed with Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and Heating Season Performance Factor (HSPF). The present number range for heating efficiency (HSPF) is 6.5 to 11. The higher the number, the more efficient the heat pump is for heating your house. SEER is what rates efficiency of cooling. Minimum number for SEER is currently 13 for units with standard efficiency. There are some heat pumps that you can upgrade to which are high-efficiency and their rating are as high as 24. However, they cost a substantial amount more upfront.

  • Two-Stage Compressor

    Heat pumps with the feature of a two-stage compressor can save energy by dropping into an output mode that is lower when heating or cooling requirements of your home permit. Compressors need to work at 100% output only on days of the year that are the hottest, but on other days energy is wasted. Two-stage compressors shift to about 65% output when it senses the temperature load of your home.

Heat Pump Installation FAQ

Will I save money with a heat pump?

Compared to most other forms of heating and cooling, heat pumps will save a homeowner money on their energy costs. The shoulder seasons (spring and fall) are where a heat pump really shines as the milder weather allows the units to run at peak efficiency. Savings average 40% versus traditional heating systems.

Can I heat my home with heat pumps without any other heat source?

In certain warmer climates, heat pumps can be the sole source of winter heat. However, here in Ohio, we recommend that most homes have either a primary or backup heat source for very cold days or long periods of low temperatures during which heat pumps would have trouble recovering from heat loss. These other sources can be oil, gas, propane, electric, or biomass; We suggest biomass wood pellet heat or natural gas heat for lower heating fuel costs and lower carbon emissions that contribute to climate change.

What is the lifespan of a heat pump?

It’s tough to determine the actual lifespan because many factors contribute to its overall performance — maintenance schedule, filters changes, and proper installation are just a few. Location and operational hours may also impact the longevity of a heat pump. For example, if you live in an area with long, cold winters, a heat pump will run more than in temperate climates. The same goes for warmer climates.

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