If your heat pump is performing poorly, it can be difficult to know if you should repair it or have it replaced entirely. Knowing how long your heat pump should last and considering its current performance can help you determine when it’s time for a replacement.
Since 1961, Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing heating and cooling services in Livonia and the surrounding areas. We offer heat pump repair, replacement, and installation by our expert technicians.
Think you need to replace your heat pump? Call us today at (248) 579-2362 to talk to one of our heat pump experts.
How Long Should My Heat Pump Last?
With regular use, heat pumps should last in your home for at least 10 years. With routine maintenance and proper care, heat pumps can last up to 20 years. If your heat pump has been well maintained and is 15 years or older, it’s wise to start thinking about replacement.
When to Replace Your Heat Pump
You could wait for your heat pump to give out completely, but preemptive action can save you from making an emergency replacement. In addition to the age of your heat pump, there are other signs it could be time for a replacement:
Rising energy bills. After having the same heat pump for many years, you know what it costs to keep your home comfortable in all seasons. If you’ve noticed a steady rise in energy bills over the past few months, you should schedule a repair and brace yourself for a possible replacement.
Odd performance. If you regularly notice short-cycling, unnecessary defrost cycles, or other malfunctions, your heat pump is likely nearing the end of its life.
Comfort problems. If your old heat pump isn’t performing like it used to, you might notice uneven temperatures and high humidity throughout your home. Do away with these comfort problems by replacing your heat pump sooner rather than later.
Frequent breakdowns. You’ll only tolerate your finicky, old heat pump for so long. If your heat pump keeps turning on and off, runs continuously, or just won’t come on, it could be time to invest in a new system you can depend on.
For heat pump replacement and installation in Livonia, MI, call us at (248) 579-2362 today!
Our Heat Pump Replacement Services
At Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning, we install Carrier heat pumps. With Carrier heat pumps, you’ll find various heating and cooling capacities for different sized homes, plus efficiency ratings that range from good to great to exceptional. When it’s time to replace and install a new heat pump, we’ll make sure you have a unit that suits your needs perfectly.
Our heat pump replacement services include:
Careful sizing calculations based on your home’s window layout, insulation levels, air infiltration rates, square footage and orientation, and other factors.
Recommending efficiency ratings for maximum performance and return on investment.
Schedule Heat Pump Replacement in Southeastern Michigan
If you’re in search of a qualified HVAC contractor in the Livonia area, look no further! Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning is the right heat pump installer for the job. We offer industry-leading Carrier products, hire only NATE-certified technicians, and stand by every heat pump we install.
With our experts by your side, you can expect more affordable heating bills throughout Michigan’s long winter, plus efficient home cooling in the summer.
For heat pump replacement or installation services in Livonia, MI, contact us online to request your free estimate!
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Customer Care Program
Lower Utility BillsProperly maintained systems use 10%-15% less energy.
System LifeRegular maintenance extends the life of your HVAC system.
ConvenienceWe call you when it is time to schedule the maintenance on your system.
MindA properly maintained system will help to avoid costly emergency repairs.
What our friends are saying
Starting with our estimate with Eric to our service technicians Dave and Rob. They are ultimate professionals. We had a new Carrier furnace and AC unit installed and we’re very pleased with the work. We can tell that they take pride in their work down to the smallest detail. They were on time, courteous, know... -Horace