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Heat Pump Installation

Make sure your heat pump is running efficiently!

Heat pumps transfer energy from a heat source to a “heat sink.” This means that a heat pump can both heat and cool an area. Heat pump mechanisms can become technical issues, so it is important to have them inspected by our team at Cardwell HVAC Heating and Air Conditioning to ensure they are running properly and efficiently.

Our Technicians Take Care of Your Heat Pumps

Our experienced and knowledgeable technicians can service your heat pump system so it works effectively. Our 18-point inspection covers more ground than most, so you can be sure that your home or business is receiving the best quality in the heating system care. If you are unaware of the type of heating system you have, we can help determine the type and functionality of your system.

We can perform the following services for heat pumps:

  • Installations
  • Repairs
  • Maintenance

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We specialize in air conditioning and heating quality and effectiveness–from installation and repair to air quality and inspection.

Call us at 856-249-0558 to see how our quality products and services can satisfy your needs!

 

Questions and Answers about (Heat Pump Installation)
How much does it cost to buy and install a heat pump?
The cost for heat pump installation varies according to several factors. An air-to-air system for a single room starts at $500, while house units typically run between $2,000 and $8,000, including installation. The exact price depends on factors such as the size of your home and the heat pump's rating
Do you really save money with a heat pump?
Heat pumps do in fact save your money on energy costs. ... This means lower electricity bills for a comfortable home – heat pumps are very inexpensive to run, increasing your electric bill by an average of $75 monthly per heat pump that is constantly running in the home
Is it cheaper to run a heat pump all the time?
While heat pumps are the most cost effective way to use electricity to heat your home during the cooler months, leaving them running day and night is not economically efficient. According to Energywise, you should switch off your heat pump when you don't need it. This is to avoid excessive energy waste.
What temperature should I set my heat pump?
During the winter months as a general rule we advise you to run your heat pump between 70 and 72 degrees and there will be some times where you may want to run it all night. When this is the case you can drop the temperature back to around 66 to 68 degrees.
What is the best heat pump on the market?
We've identified the Trane XR15 as our best value heat pump because of its high efficiency ratings and more affordable price point. With high-efficiency SEER rating of 16 and a high-efficiency HSPF of 9.50, you can expect to see noticeable energy savings when you replace an older, less efficient unit

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