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Heat Pumps in Eugene, OR
There are a number of reasons why you might consider a heat pump for your home instead of a furnace or radiant heating system. You may want to consolidate your heating and cooling systems. You may want to take advantage of air source heating which is less expensive than using either gas or electricity through a furnace. Maybe you already have a heat pump and simply need a replacement.
Whatever your reason for investigating the use of a heat pump in your Eugene home is, call the experts of Comfort Flow Heating for immediate, professional service in sizing, selecting and installing your new heat pump. We have been providing exceptional HVAC services for Willamette Valley homes for more than 60 years and can do the same for you. Contact us today to schedule heat pump installation services in Eugene, OR and the surrounding area.
Choosing a New Heat Pump for Your Eugene Home
If you are interested in having a new heat pump installed in your home, the first step is to choose one that fits the specific needs of your budget and your family. This starts by having a heat load calculation performed to determine exactly what size the system should be. Because a good heat pump will provide both heating and cooling, it is important that your home is carefully sized out and all factors are taken into consideration, including things like insulation, weather stripping, your ductwork and active ventilation, as well as any indoor air quality components.
Once we know exactly how large of a system is needed, we can start looking into the energy efficiency of your new system. Heat pumps come with two ratings – an HSPF for heating efficiency and a SEER for cooling efficiency. Ratings can be as high as 11 HSPF and 18 SEER, but the higher these numbers, the more expensive the initial installation. So, it is highly recommended that you spend some time discussing all options and the effects of your decisions in the long term for each efficiency level.
The Eugene Heat Pump Installation Process
Once you have selected a new heat pump, we will setup a time for installation. Existing components will be inspected thoroughly, and if an air handler, any ductwork or any ventilation equipment needs to be upgraded, it will be scheduled for just before or during the heat pump installation process.
During heat pump installation, we will remove your existing system and dispose of it carefully, then install your new model and test it thoroughly before activating it for the first time. In all, this process takes most of one day, so it is important you schedule it for a time when you will not need your HVAC system on.
If you are ready to learn more about Eugene heat pump installation and replacement services for your home, call Comfort Flow today. Our professional service technicians are on call and can work with you to ensure you get the right system for your home. Contact us to schedule heater installation services in Eugene, OR and the surrounding area.
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