Heat Pumps

Hagerstown Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Installation & Repair in Frederick & Gaithersburg

A growing number of homeowners are choosing heat pumps and hybrid heat systems, but not all HVAC companies have the expertise to install, repair, or maintain them. At Affordable Air and Refrigeration, we have experts with heat pumps in Hagerstown, Frederick, Gaithersburg, and surrounding areas to handle all your installation, repair, and maintenance needs.

Reach out to us today at (240) 301-3379 for unmatched quality heat pump installation or repair.

Heat Pump Installation & Repair

At Affordable Air and Refrigeration, we offer high quality, energy efficient heat pumps from the best known and most respected brands in the industry. We can help you select the best unit for your home and provide quality heat pump installation in Hagerstown for reliable performance. If monthly payments would be helpful for your budget, we have financing options available through Wells Fargo.

If you are having a problem with your heat pump, we offer prompt, professional heat pump repair for all brands. We are usually able to provide same day appointments for heat pump problems, and we are available after hours for emergency service from Monday through Saturday. Our maintenance service can help you avoid repairs in the future and optimize performance.

Signs You Need Heat Pump Repair:

  • Loud Noises -
    Heat Pumps are not supposed to be loud, so if you hear them make loud noises like, banging or clanging, it's a pretty clear sign that you need heat pump repair.
  • No Heat or AC -
    A sign that your heat pump is in need of repair is if you notice that your home isn't receiving any sort of heat or air conditioning. It could be a reverse valve that has gotten stuck and needs repair.
  • Frozen Coils -
    Frozen coils are an accumulation of ice on a heat pump. Often times a refrigerant leak or dirty air filter are the cause for iced-over coils. Contact us today for our professional heat pump team to come and help.

When Should I Replace My Heat Pump?

You heat pump is crucial to keeping your home cool when it's hot outside and warm when it's cold outside. But, how do you know when you should replace your heat pump? Below we have a few signs to look for in order to know when the perfect time to upgrade your heat pump is.

  • Needs Frequent Repairs -
    If your heat pump is requiring multiple fixes throughout the year, it may be time to replace the unit altogether. You will end up saving money in the long run by replacing your heat pump, instead of constantly needing to repair your old unit.
  • Excessive Moisture -
    Heat pumps will commonly let out a bit of moisture or condensation, but if you notice that it's excessive or that it seems to be a leak, it may be time to look into calling our professional Hagerstown heat pump technicians.
  • System Is Over 10 Years Old -
    If you system is over 10 years old, chances are that it's nearing the end of it's lifespan. An old heat pump can cost you more on your utility bills as well. This is due to the heat pump not running as efficiently and using extra energy in order to provide the same level of comfort to your home as it did once before.

Give us a call today at (240) 301-3379 for heat pump repair, installation, or maintenance service.

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How Heat Pumps Work

Heat pumps work by transferring heat energy from the air. In the winter months, the heat pump extracts heat from the air outside and transfers that into the house to warm the air indoors. Yes, there is heat energy in the outdoor air even when it is cold outside. In the winter months, the system reverses the process and extracts heat energy from the air in your home and transfers it outside. This cools the air inside the house, providing both heat and air conditioning in one unit.

Air source heat pumps are the most common. Another that is gaining popularity is geothermal heat pumps. These work in a similar way, but extract heat energy from under the ground and bring it into the house. When choosing a heat pump for your home, it is important to get the right size to ensure optimal comfort.

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Benefits of Heat Pumps

There are several options available for heating and cooling your home, including central air conditioners, furnaces, and heat pumps in Hagerstown. Many homeowners are choosing to install electric heat pumps to provide both warmth and cooling in one system.

Heat pumps are best suited for temperate climates with milder winters. They may struggle to keep up with the extreme cold that our area of the country tends to get in the winter months. Many homeowners are opting for hybrid heat systems that combine a furnace with a heat pump to provide optimal home comfort in every season of the year.

The advantages of heat pumps include:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Lower operating costs
  • Less maintenance
  • Better humidity control
  • No carbon emissions
  • Safety
  • Eco-friendly heating and cooling