At Loren's Heating & Air, we’re dedicated to offering outstanding heat pump repair and installation services to the residents of Monmouth, OR. Having a professional help with your heat pump can ensure that you have even and reliable heating and cooling in your home throughout the year. Whether your unit is making strange noises or not turning on normally, you’ll want a specialist to take a look at it for you. An expert will be able to assess the various parts of your system and help you decide if it’s time to move forward with a new heat pump installation. A modern and energy-efficient heat pump could lower your energy bills, saving you money in the long run.
Most heat pumps will operate reliably for 10 to 20 years. As a unit ages, wear and tear on it can lead to issues and make the system prone to breaking down. Replacing an older unit can give you the peace of mind that your home will stay at the right temperature throughout the seasons of the year.
Comprehensive Heat Pump Installation Services
A heat pump installation expert can help you choose the right unit for your home. It will be the right size to heat and cool efficiently and effectively. An expert can also install your new unit correctly and provide you with training on how to operate it.
There Are Several Signs That Can Indicate a Broken Heat Pump:
- Icing in the summer and winter
- Uneven heating or cooling
- Excessive noise
- Increased cycling on and off
At Loren's Heating & Air , we always want the best for our Monmouth customers. Our locally owned and operated company aims to exceed expectations with all aspects of our services. Our rates are kept as low as possible in order to ensure that those services remain accessible. For installation projects, we’re happy to offer flexible financing options on approved credit. We have a shop conveniently located off of Hyacinth Street Northeast in Salem, and our team is ready to get every job done right the first time.
For situations that need immediate attention, we offer 24/7 emergency repair availability. You can rely on us to have all the right tools for the job when we arrive at your home. Our technicians will work efficiently and finish any project in a timely manner. We’ve been serving the area since 1973, and we’re fully licensed, bonded and insured for everything we do.
Call Loren's Heating & Air today to learn more about how we could help with any heat pump installation or repair job in Monmouth.
“I am so very pleased with this company! I recommend them to anyone! They are fair, honest and professional!”- Susie N.
“They provided clear answers to my questions on the purchase beforehand. They also responded quickly when I had questions.”- Dawn W.
“I have nothing but praise for the quality and timeliness of their service.”- James R.
Why should I get a new HVAC system?It can often be difficult for home and business owners to tell if it’s time to upgrade their heating and cooling system. Loren's Heating & Air can assist you in this process. We want you to understand the pros and cons of continuing to repair and maintain your current system versus upgrading and making the investment in a new system. Some of the most important things to consider are increased energy efficiency, updated components, rebates and incentives, better home comfort and indoor air quality, and more effective heating and cooling.
Why are air conditioner efficiency ratings important?In 2006, the Federal Government made it mandatory for all central air conditioning systems to have a minimum SEER of 13. SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is a measure of the cooling system’s performance. On the highest end of performance, cooling units are rated as high 23 SEER. As with anything, the better performance, the higher the cost. For a system with moderate to good efficiency, you should look for a model with a SEER rating of between 14 and 18. The EER, or the Energy Efficiency Rating, provides an indication of the cooling capacity of the system that you’ve had installed. The higher the EER number, the better the system’s cooling capacity.
What are the different types of air conditioner refrigerant?If you have an air conditioning system that requires the old type of refrigerant, R-22, your system is still usable but only reclaimed or recycled R-22 can be used to service your air conditioner. R410-A is now the required standard for newer systems and has less environmental impact relative to the older refrigerant. Eventually, you will need to replace your air conditioner with one that uses R410-A, or have it modified so that it can use R410-A. The type of refrigerant your AC uses is only one of many reasons to consider upgrading, and if your existing unit is outdated, now might be a good time to look into having it replaced to boost energy efficiency, lessen environmental impact, and make sure you are operating a safe system. Not only will an upgraded cooling system make it easier to have your unit serviced, but it’ll also save you money on your annual cooling costs. Loren's Heating & Air in Salem, OR, offers the highest quality air conditioner replacement services.
How is furnace efficiency measured?Furnace energy efficiency is calculated with the AFUE, or the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating. The AFUE is a rating that compares how much heat a furnace will produce relative to the amount of energy necessary to produce the heat. If a furnace is rated at 85 percent AFUE, it means 15 percent of the energy used is lost and 85 percent actually becomes heat for your home or business.
What is indoor air quality and why is it important?Indoor air quality, or IAQ, is a measurement of the amount of airborne particles and pollutants inside your home or building. Because properties are being constructed to be more energy efficient, they are also becoming more airtight, meaning that fresh air often does not have a way to enter and circulate. This is one of the reasons why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, leading to a host of allergy and respiratory issues. Fortunately, IAQ products such as air filters, air purifiers, and humidifiers work in conjunction with your central AC and heating unit to decrease the prevalence of dust, dander, bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and other potentially harmful particles in your indoor air. Our team can work with you to find the right solution to fit your needs.
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