Heat Pump Installation & Replacement in Springboro & Greater Dayton, OH

Heat pumps are an excellent, energy-efficient alternative to the traditional air conditioner and furnace, which is the dual HVAC system. Heat pumps are great for all types of climates, including the climate here in Ohio. They use electricity and refrigerants to transfer heat to provide indoor comfort all year long. If you’re thinking about purchasing and installing a new heat pump, homeowners agree they are well worth the investment. If you need to replace an existing heat pump, you are in the right place.

Springboro Heating & Cooling is the top-rated team of professionals for all types of home comfort system installation in Springboro, Greater Dayton, Greater Cincinnati and surrounding areas. We offer affordable heat pump installation, low-cost heat pump replacement and more. Homeowners say their heat pumps are amazing year-round home comfort systems. They give you crisp, cool air throughout the summertime and comfort and heat air during the wintertime. Using an air handler or secondary furnace, one heat pump is all a homeowner needs to remain comfortable all year long, and Mother Nature will thank you. Additionally, your home heating and air conditioning costs will go down compared to other types of HVAC equipment.

Nevertheless, how efficient your heat pump performs and how long it remains in commission is going to depend on how well the heating and cooling equipment was installed in the first place.

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What’s A Heat Pump?

Homeowners who want to limit their impact on the environment and (at the same time) save on their heating and cooling costs should consider installing a heat pump. Heat pumps offer an excellent alternative to the traditional HVAC system, which is a dual system. They work year-round to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Although heat pumps look like the traditional central A/C, they offer so much more. Heat pumps also provide a heat during the winter working with either a secondary furnace or an air handler. Using AC refrigerants, heat pumps transfer heat. They use a reversing valve to switch back and forth between heating mode and air conditioning mode. Because heat pumps transfer heat, they help you reduce your carbon footprint and your impact on the environment because they don’t burn fossil fuels.

If you’re in the market for a new HVAC system and would like to learn more about what it might cost to install a new heat pump in your Miami Valley area home, we can give you a free estimate and even provide a free in-home consultation any time about low-cost heat pump installation and affordable heat pump replacement services.

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Springboro Heating & Cooling offers the best price rates on the best heat pumps. In addition to our Best Price Guarantee and our unmatched warranty coverage and workmanship guarantee, we stand behind every single job we do in writing with a 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. We are proud members of the Five Star Family. As a member of the popular Five Star Brand, we at Springboro Heating & Cooling truly care about your indoor comfort and air quality. We also have electricians and plumbers on staff in case you need help with plumbing or have an electrical issue. We are dedicated to making your home, and our communities here in the Miami Valley, better places to live and work.

Are you looking into buying a new heat pump? If so, you’re in the right place. Springboro Heating & Cooling has the highest consumer-rated experts for HVAC installation in Southwest Ohio. Heat pumps are great because they can provide you with air conditioning during the summer and heat in the winter. Nevertheless, how well a heat pump performs and how long it lasts depends tremendously on how well it is installed. We believe heat pumps can be an amazing investment when homeowners choose the right contractor. 

Knowing When to Replace Your Heat Pump?

After you’ve had a heat pump in commission for more than a few years, it’s normal for minor issues to develop. Some of the more common heat pump problems that occur when equipment is outdated include unusual odors and sounds. If the heat pump is blowing cool air during the wintertime, it’s also a sign of a problem. Additionally, if your heat pump is blowing hot air during the summer, it is an additional sign. Because determining whether it’s time to replace your heat pump or keep it in commission can be challenging, we recommend considering the four factors we list below. They include your heat pump’s SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratings), the costs for repairs, the equipment’s service lifespan, and the estimated cost for replacement.
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Heat Pump Replacement Cost

The overall cost to replace a residential heat pump varies from $5,000 up to $7,000 or more depending on the model, brand, and company installing it. Nevertheless, investing in a new energy-efficient heat pump will help lower your monthly utility costs. Also keep in mind that heat pumps need to be installed by a reputable, qualified expert in order to enjoy these and other benefits. By having your heat pump installed by a trusted professional (like Springboro Heating & Cooling), you’re in good hands. We have the best heat pumps on the market at the best prices.


Total Energy Consumption

Unlike other HVAC systems, heat pumps provide both heating and air conditioning. Because they’re used in the winter and summer, heat pumps typically only last about 15 years or so. Because of this, we suggest around the 12-year mark to start planning for replacement. This is when a heat pump’s efficiency starts declining. After 15 years, although it might be possible to repair an older heat pump, it’s probably not worth doing so. You need to keep in mind it will only continue getting worse. As it gets older, it will require more and more energy to stay as effective, which means heating and cooling costs will increase.


Heat Pump Lifespan

As noted, most heat pumps have an average lifespan of about 10 to 15 years. How long your heat pump actually lasts depends on several factors, including how often you have seasonal maintenance performed. We recommend homeowners avoid repairing heat pumps older than 12 years old because this is around the time you will want to replace it. It’s better not to waste your time and money throwing money into an outdated HVAC system. If your heat pump is older than 15 years old, you’ve gotten a good return on your investment.


SEER Ratings

Another essential factor to consider is your heat pump’s SEER rating (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating). SEER ratings measure the efficiency of the heat pump in the summer and winter. To figure out your unit’s SEER rating, look at the production of cool air during the summer and compare it to the total amount of electricity it consumes in total Watt-Hours. The average SEER rating of a new heat pump varies from 13 to 25. If you want to determine what your heat pump’s SEER ratings is, check the label on the side of the casing.

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If you want to upgrade your home’s heating or cooling system, or if you need assistance covering the cost of repairs, we encourage you to take advantage of our financing offer. We at Springboro Heating & Cooling want to help our customers in keeping their home comfortable year-round.

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