Monday, May 5, 2014

Heat Pump Replacement CFM

Heat Pump Replacement

Despite having to run all year round, heat pumps have pretty long lifespans – often 10 – 15 years, at least. After that time, you may notice your heat pump breaking down more frequently or running less efficiently. If this happens, don’t stress – just call CFM Air Conditioning for New Jersey heat pump replacement!

When should you call for heat pump replacement?

Like we said, a properly installed heat pump should last you at least 10 years – potentially even longer, if you have them properly maintained. That said, there are a few telltale signs you should look out for if you’re thinking you need heat pump replacement:

Your heat pump is more than 10 years old

While we’re not saying you should ditch your old heat pump the day it turns 10 years old, there can be a good argument made for replacing a heat pump that gets to be over 10-15. Heat pump technology get more and more efficient every day, which means newer heat pumps can save you hundreds of dollars a year on heating and cooling costs!

Your heat pump needs frequent repairs

Heat pumps are built to be durable – they need to be if they want to run all year! If your heat pump breaks down more than two or three times a year, this is usually a sign of a bigger problem that can only be solved by heat pump replacement – especially if your heat pump repair costs are increasing significantly every time. Heat pump replacement will eliminate the hassle of frequent repairs and will save you tons of money on repair costs!

Your energy bills are going up

If your heat pump is losing efficiency, this is a sure sign that your heat pump is on its last legs. Sometimes heat pump repair will fix the problem, but sometimes it won’t be enough. An expert HVAC tech from CFM Air Conditioning will be able to inspect your heat pump and determine if you need heat pump repair or heat pump replacement.

Some rooms in your home are too hot or too cold

Unequal heating and cooling in the different rooms in your home is a sure sign that something is seriously wrong with your heat pump. Call CFM Air Conditioning for heat pump inspection and heat pump repair right away!

Your home has humidity problems

Poor humidity control could be the result of poor heat pump operation, inadequate equipment or leaky ductwork, all of which can cause the air to be too dry in the winter or too sticky and humid in the summer. Your CFM Air Conditioning technician will diagnose the source of your problem and recommend either heat pump replacement or another technique to make your home comfortable all year round.
If you’re having problems with your heat pump in central New Jersey, don’t wait another minute – call CFM Air Conditioning for heat pump replacement today!