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No central Illinois homeowner wants to waste time and money replacing their heat pump system before they need to. While it’s best to replace the system before it fully breaks down and leaves you without a heating and cooling source, finding the right replacement point is a personal decision.
These factors may help you determine if now is the right time to replace your heat pump:
Heat pumps can last between 10 to 20 years. A poorly maintained, heavily used heat pump is probably going to be on the low end or below it, while a well-cared for system will likely last longer.
Advancements in technology continually deliver more efficient heat pumps for use in the home. Older systems lose efficiency as time goes on and are not as efficient as today’s new heat pump systems. For those who value energy conservation or are looking to increase utility savings, trading in the old heat pump for a new one provides desired rewards over time.
If your heat pump can’t keep your home comfortable and struggles to transfer heat but repairs aren’t the issue, you may need a different capacity system. Undersized or oversized HVAC systems need to be replaced as soon as possible, no matter their age. It’s the only way to correct the comfort disruptions they are notorious for.
On the other hand, some area homeowners feel more comfortable choosing to install a new heat pump when they see clear issues manifesting in their systems. When you’re not an heating and air conditioner pro, it can be difficult to know the signs that a heat pump is going bad. Lucky for you, we detail them and eliminate the guesswork.
Make sure to call MB Heating & Cooling to discuss your new heat pump installation options if your existing system causes any of the following issues:
Trade your old heat pump for a new, high-efficiency heating and cooling system from Bryant! Our selection of quality Bryant home heat pumps offer an option for any home and any budget.
As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, our NATE-certified HVAC technicians have received factory-direct training to match our customers with the right heat pump system for the comfort challenges they face. We also know the technical nuances of this equipment and are able to ensure proper heat pump installation on every project.
For Springfield, IL heat pump installation, call the trusted HVAC pros at MB Heating & Cooling today.