Need a reliable and eco-friendly heating system for your home in Wake County, NC? Look no further! Aire Serv® of Wake County is here to help. Our expert team will safely and efficiently install your HVAC heat pump system, so you can enjoy clean and comfortable air in no time.
Not sure which heat pump system is right for you? Don't worry - we've got you covered. Check out our easy-to-follow guide below, and see the range of services we offer.
Discover the Heat Pump Systems We Service
Want an energy-efficient way to keep your home comfortable? Look no further than our range of heat pump systems.
- Air-Source Heat Pump: Harnessing the Power of Nature
Harness the power of the air outside your home with our air-source heat pumps. These innovative units transfer and concentrate heat, keeping your home warm in winter and cool in summer. The best part? Since they don't generate heat themselves, they run efficiently using electricity.
- Geothermal Heat Pump: Sustainability at Its Finest
Take sustainable living to the next level with our geothermal heat pumps. These systems extract cold and warm energy from the earth, concentrate it, and distribute it throughout your home. While the installation process is more involved, the operating costs are low as they rely on natural energy sources.
Choose an energy-efficient solution for your home with our top-notch heat pump systems.
Upgrade Your Home with a Heat Pump Installation
Installing a heat pump in your home has never been easier. Whether you choose an air-source or geothermal heat pump, our expert team at Aire Serv® of Wake County has got you covered. With a quick and simple installation process, we can have your heat pump up and running in no time.
For those opting for the air-source heat pump, installation is as easy as installing an air conditioner. It's a breeze! However, if you prefer a geothermal heat pump, we'll take a more technical approach. Our knowledgeable technicians will expertly install the unit below the ground around your home, ensuring maximum efficiency.
But that's not all. Our team will also check for installation requirements, such as plot size and subsoil quality, to ensure the job is done right. And once the unit is installed, we'll even redesign the landscape around it for a seamless integration.
Replace and Maintain Your Heat Pump with Aire Serv® of Wake County
Is your heat pump in need of a replacement? Look no further than Aire Serv® of Wake County. Our experienced service technicians are here to guarantee that your new heat pump works efficiently and effectively. From full residential replacements to individual component replacements, we've got you covered.
Our team is continuously trained on the latest systems, allowing us to confidently handle any maintenance needs your heat pump may have. Whether it's replacing filters, refrigerants, valves, or more, we've got the expertise to keep your heat pump running smoothly.
If you're facing issues with your heat pump, such as inadequate heating or skyrocketing utility bills, don't worry. Our team is here to provide top-notch troubleshooting assistance. Simply reach out to Aire Serv® of Wake County, and we'll have you covered in no time.
Frequently Asked Questions: Heat Pumps vs. Furnaces—Which is Better?
Discover the key differences between heat pumps and furnaces. While furnaces generate heat internally, heat pumps transfer warm air from outside to inside using a refrigerant. However, in colder climates where heat pumps struggle to move warm air indoors, a furnace or boiler may be a more suitable choice.
Is it Time to Troubleshoot your Residential Heat Pump?
If you're experiencing issues with your heat pump, it may be time for a replacement if:
- Your heat pump is 10 years or older.
- You're hearing strange or unusual sounds.
- There's inconsistent heating or cooling throughout your home.
- You've had frequent or expensive repairs.
- Your utility bill significantly increased due to your heat pump.
Understanding the Cost of Heat Pumps
The cost of a heat pump varies depending on the type. Air-source heat pumps are more affordable and installation is similar to air conditioners. On the other hand, ground-source heat pumps require a more expensive installation process, but they offer long-term cost savings due to their energy efficiency.