Heat Pump Replacement Services in Columbus, OH

Heat pumps can be an ideal heating solution for homeowners in Columbus, Ohio. The weather here allows heat pumps to warm your home on milder fall and winter days, then function as air conditioners during the summer. 

Unfortunately, a cooling or heating system may stop working for several reasons. When this happens, you may need a replacement. Learn how Logan Services can help you select the right heat pump for your home below.

When Should I Replace My Heat Pump?Trane heat pump

The simple answer would be to replace your cooling or heating system when it no longer delivers hot air in the winter or cool air in the summer. However, it’s always best to be proactive when installing a new heat pump. If your heat pump is older, replace it before it breaks down. That will eliminate the risk of an emergency during inclement weather. 

Recurrent Repairs

Why spend all your money on temporary bandages that only prolong the inevitable need for replacement?  Due to supply chain disruptions, parts are more difficult to obtain in a timely manner. The costs of expensive repairs may be better spent on a new heating system.

Unusual Noises

Strange noises coming from your heat pump may be trying to tell you something. There might be a problem if you hear the defrost cycle kicking on. Hissing could indicate a leak in the coil, and clunking noises may hint at a loose or broken component. All these scenarios call for heat pump repair.

Higher Energy Costs

Inflation is causing a spike in fuel costs. The global supply of fossil fuels is a significant concern. Electrical grids are having trouble adapting to high loads. These problems make it difficult for homeowners to find cost-effective ways to heat and cool their homes. Energy efficiency matters these days. Fortunately, investing in heat pump installation can make your home’s energy usage more efficient.  

How a Heat Pump Replacement Can Benefit Your Columbus Home

Let’s look at the benefits of cooling and heating installations through Logan Services:

Heating and Cooling Reliability

Homes are filled with opportunities for updates and renovations. With so many projects to work on, your heating and cooling system is the last thing you need to worry about. By investing in an electric heat pump installation, you can live hassle-free. No more worrying about untimely breakdowns during extreme temperatures. 

Low Repair Costs

A perfectly installed heat pump system should not need many repairs. To keep your new heating pump running in optimal condition, you’ll want to sign up for an annual maintenance plan. Maintenance includes two home visits per year by a service technician. They will ensure your air handler, furnace, and heat pump are all working at top efficiency.

Higher Overall Efficiency

When you install a new heat pump system, you can dramatically improve your home’s comfort levels. By working as an air conditioner in the summer, two-stage or multi-stage heating and cooling units will more effectively remove humidity from the air. Extended run times allow the indoor air to linger over the evaporator coil longer, giving the coil more opportunity to extract humidity from the air. These staged cooling systems keep the air drier, making your home feel cooler. 

In the winter, your electric heat pump will be paired with either a gas furnace or electric air handler to keep your home warm. It’s important to consider a variable-speed air handler or furnace.  These units allow better airflow, and improved airflow will reduce the amount of hot and cold spots or drastic temperature changes from room to room. 

Improved Air Quality

Multi-stage or two-stage systems are better at circulating air within the home. That means the air will pass through the air filter more often, keeping the indoor air cleaner. Cleaner air promotes a healthy living environment for your family.

Heat Pump Replacement Costs

To replace your heat pump, plan on investing $6,000-$16,000+ for a new system. It is always nice to have a range to budget for, but make sure you schedule a free in-home estimate to ensure the cooling and heating system cost you’re given is right for your home application. 

Are you ready to book an appointment with our team? Skip the phone call and schedule your appointment online now. 

Why Choose Us for Heat Pump Replacement in Columbus?Logan Services team

We make it easy for Columbus homeowners to learn about our heat pump installation services. 

Flexible Scheduling

Appointment times are available as early as 9 am on weekdays until 7 pm on weeknights.  Saturday morning and early afternoon appointments are also available, so you won’t have to take off work or cancel prior commitments to receive a free estimate.

Upfront Pricing

Our comfort consultants will do a thorough job of reviewing your project with you. They will ask about the temperatures within your home and learn what you’d like to improve through the installation process. The consultant will examine your existing heat pump, air handler, air conditioner, furnace, and ductwork. 
Once the home evaluation is complete, the consultant will provide some system replacement choices, promotional offers, and financing options. Ultimately, your choice should be determined by what works best for your home and budget. 

Presentable Service Technicians

All service technicians and HVAC installers at Logan Services are licensed, bonded, and insured. These skilled tradesmen will show up at your home on time wearing uniforms provided by Logan Services. Our installers and service technicians drive clean, logoed vans, so you’ll know they are from our company. All employees carry official ID badges and will present them upon arrival. 

Security & Safety

Logan Services applies for city or county permits for every cooling and heating system installation we perform. We will make sure your new units are up to code. After the job is complete, an inspector from your city or county will survey our work. If the job doesn’t pass their evaluation, we will return to fix any installation errors or concerns until we reach 100% customer satisfaction. 

Intensive TrainingHVAC training

All our installers are trained through our apprenticeship program before working solo. This intensive training takes 9-18 months to finish. Once complete, the lead installers will return for continued training during their employment at Logan Services. 

Complete Customer Satisfaction

We’re not satisfied until you’re satisfied. We are committed to excellence and believe in providing 100% customer satisfaction. We want you to fall in love with your new HVAC system and enjoy the way your home feels after our installation.

FAQs About Heat Pumps

What is the Average Lifespan of a Heat Pump?

Due to year-round usage, the average heat pump lasts about 12-15 years.  Efficiency levels continue to improve with new systems, which sometimes spurs early replacement. 

Do I Need a Professional to Repair or Replace My Heat Pump?

Even if you are good with home improvement projects, it’s best to leave heat pump repair or replacement to the pros. HVAC technology is constantly changing. Building codes and state standards also continue to evolve. Unless you have training on these updates, it’s better to hire a trusted HVAC provider to work on your heating and cooling system.

What Size Heat Pump Do I Need for My Home?

Heat pump size is measured in tonnage or TON, and there are several factors to calculate before determining the right size for your home. The number of doors, windows, and attic insulation contribute to heat pump sizing. The unit should also match the sizing of the indoor air handler or furnace. It’s important to have indoor and outdoor units of equal size.