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Role of a Heat Pump

Heat pumps double as a heating and cooling system and is ideal as a residential HVAC system. Heat pumps manage heat energy in your home based on your set temperature preferences. Your desired indoor temperature will either raise by pulling heat energy into the home lower by ejecting the heat energy from your home.


Your heating and cooling capacities become severely hindered if your heat pump fails. Frye Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. will make any necessary repairs and take steps to avoid full replacement. However, replacement may be the best option depending on the following conditions. 

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When Should I Consider Replacement?

Repeat Repairs

Have you repaired parts on your heat pump time and time again just to repair the same part again in the future? Why continue spending money on repaired parts for a system no longer functioning like it should. When repairs become repetitive, we encourage our customer to consider replacement.

Increased Energy Bills

Has your energy bill suddenly skyrocketed? Chances are your heat pump plays some sort of factor in it. Replacement may not be the first option to consider. Call Frye Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today to schedule an energy survey to pinpoint the cause of increased energy and solutions to resolve the problem.

Inconsistent Temperatures

The temperature set on your thermostat should be equivalent to the temperature throughout your home. A heat pump inspection should be completed when parts of your home are warmer or cooler than the rest of the home. 

Equipment Age

Systems become less effective with age. Even if your heat pump has been operating properly, you may still be paying more than what is necessary on energy bills. At Frye Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., we recommend your heat pump to be inspected if it is 10+ years old.

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