Salem Heat Pump Services
We Can Get Your Repairs or Replacement Done Right!
You need to make sure your heat pump functions properly if you want to save money, maintain an energy-efficient environment and keep you and your loved ones comfortable. Heat pumps can malfunction as a result of undersized ductwork, an obsolete system or as a result of improper installation.
If you need heat pump repairs or a heat pump replacement, you can count on our technicians at Woodward Heating to get the job done right. To learn more about our products and services, don’t hesitate to call our Salem office today at (503) 749-7760.
Signs Your Heat Pump is Not Functioning Properly
You might want to call an HVAC professional if you have noticed any of the following red flags:
- Your monthly energy bill is spiked
- Your system makes excessive noise
- Your system doesn’t regulate the temperature
- Your system produces a smokey or chemical smell
At Woodward Heating we are able to service all makes and models of heat pump systems, including brands such as Trane, and Carrier. Whether the Salem heat pump repair you need done is big or small, our certified technicians can adeptly handle the task. When you retain our services you can rest assured knowing we have more than two decades of experience in this industry and we are EPA and NATE certified.
Advantages of Installing a Heat Pump
Many homeowners opt to install electric heat pumps in their homes due to their many advantages, which include:
- Lower running costs than gas heaters
- Less required maintenance
- Fewer carbon emissions than combustion heaters
- Heating and cooling capabilities
- Longer lifespan
Though they can have a higher upfront cost than traditional combustion heaters, heat pumps can be a smart investment and can save you a considerable amount of money on your energy bills in the long run. To find out if a heat pump is right for your needs, speak to one of our trusted technicians today! Check out Daikin heat pumps! They provide excellent products.
When Should I Consider Having a New System Installed?
If your heat pump is 10 years or older, it is probably time to get a new system installed. If you are considering having a new heat pump system installed, you can be encouraged to know that, thanks to new technology, a newly installed system can last more than 14 years.