Heat Pump Installation, Repair, Replacement, & Maintenance
Heat Pump contractor Be In Comfort provides residential heat pump services.
A heat pump is truly a work horse of a home. That's because they perform double duty throughout the year - providing both cold air during the hot summer months and warm air during the cold fall & winter months. Naturally, a heat pump can become worn from all of the extra usage.
We understand that you rely on your heat pump to keep you comfortable during the hot and cold months in Northern California.
You should also rely on heat pump contractor Be in Comfort can also take care of your residential heat pump problems.
That's because we've been replacing and repairing heat pumps in homes for years. You can count on us always providing 5-Star service - which is both timely and affordable.
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Heat pump Installation and Replacement
Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance
Signs Of Heat Pump Problems
How can you tell when your heat pump needs to be inspected, repaired, or replaced? These are signs that your heat pump may be in trouble:
Heat pump is not cooling when it should be (summer months) - Heat pump is blowing lukewarm air
Heat pump making noises
Heat pump keeps tripping breaker
Heat pump keeps running
Heat pump is not working
Heat pump is not heating when it should be (fall & winter months) - Heat pump is blowing cold air
Heat pump is frozen
Heat pump leaking water
Heat pump leaking refrigerant
Heat pump smells
These are all indicators that you might need professional HVAC inspection. Our HVAC technicians are highly skilled pros and can diagnose the problem and offer honest solutions. They will also provide you with 5-Star and perform timely repairs.
Is Heat Pump Replacement The Way To Go?
Residential heat pumps are typically well-built and should provide consistent temperature and comfort control for many years. But, like all other major home appliances, they eventually wear-out over time and can breakdown.
It's possible that a simple repair might be all that's needed to get you back into comfort in your home. Be In Comfort will perform a thorough diagnostic inspection, and we'll discuss our findings with you.
You can count on our no-fluff recommendation being exactly what you need. We can run some numbers, and you can decide on what makes the most sense for your situation.
Other Reasons To Think About Replacing Your Heat Pump
It needs frequent repairs - It is better financially to replace it if the heat pump is routinely breaking down or not working right.
You notice increasing PG&E costs - But, they are not due to a PG&E rate increase.
Your Heat Pump is older than 10 to 15 years - Conventional natural gas & electric furnaces work during the winter months, and air conditioners work during the summer months. So, for part of the year, each one is idle. But, Heat pumps work year-round, so they can wear sooner.
The manufacturer stops producing replacement parts - At a certain point in time, manufacturers stop making & stocking replacement parts for older models. Unless some HVAC parts distribution center happens to have the parts, you're out of luck. Naturally, if the parts you need are not available, it's time to replace your unit.
6 Advantages Of Having A Heat Pump System
Energy Efficient - Heat pumps use less energy than conventional gas and electric furnaces.
Lower Energy Costs - Lower energy consumption equates to a lower energy bill.
Environment-Friendly - Since they're not burning gas (like a gas furnace does) or using as much electricity (as an electric furnace does), your in effect lowering your carbon footprint using a heat pump.
Fewer Repair Calls - Modern heat pumps typically require fewer repairs when compared to combustion heating units.
Safer - Heat pumps are safer to operate because there's no combustion, so there's no toxic gases being produced that could find their way into your home.
They Cool AND Heat - Heat pumps provide heating and cooling. Besides being able to heat your home during the cold season, heat pumps can also cool your home during the hot summer months.
We're Here To Support You Whatever Your Choice
The experts at Be in Comfort will help you choose the best unit for your home, budget, and specific needs.
How A Heat Pump Works
Heat pumps are an energy-efficient option to air conditioners and furnaces in all climates. Heat pumps work in the same way as a refrigerator by using electricity to transfer heat from cool spaces to warm spaces.
Heat pumps are efficient at maintaining comfortable temperatures in your home because they transfer heat instead of creating heat.
How Heat Pumps Work During The Summer Months
Heat pumps transfer heat from inside your home to the outside during the summer months.
How Heat Pumps Work During The Fall & Winter Months
Heat pumps transfer heat from the outside into your house during the fall & winter months.
How A Heat Pump Saves Energy
A heat pump doesn't generate heat, so it uses less energy than a traditional gas furnace or electric furnace.
It simply moves heat from one space to another space. It moves heat from the inside to the outside during the summer months and vise versa during the fall & winter months.
Many heat pumps are efficient enough that they have been awarded the Energy Star rating.
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Our goal is to provide prompt, 5-Star heat pump services at a fair price. We aim to provide such a great experience that you'll already know which heating and cooling company to call next time - Be In Comfort.