System Replacements & New Installations
If you've had a few repairs in the last few years, you may want to call Florida Heating & Air for a free estimate.
Whether you need a no-obligation estimate, immediate service or just a free second opinion
Whether your heat pump is nearing the end of its life expectancy or you're frequently calling for repairs, it may be time to consider an upgrade. The professionals at Florida Heating & Air have the skills and expertise to install your new A/C heat pump or to replace your old system with a quality Bryant model. All of our technicians are professionally trained and certified. We serve customers in the Ocala, Orlando, and Jacksonville areas, and we have financing available.
When Is It Time to Consider a New Heat Pump?
A heat pump typically lasts about 10-14 years. As it nears the end of its life, your system may become less efficient or reliable. If you notice any of the following signs with your heat pump, it may be time to consider replacement:
- Multiple repairs each season: When you have to call repeatedly for heat pump repairs, it's time for a new system. Even if you've had a few repairs in the last few years, you may want to call Florida Heating & Air for a free estimate.
- A sharp increase in your electric bill: Although fuel costs have been rising steadily each year, you shouldn't notice a big jump in your bills. If you're suddenly paying a lot more to cool your spaces, give us a call.
- Your house doesn't feel cool: If your heat pump is running, but your home continues to feel hot or humid, you may need to upgrade to an efficient, new system.
- A change in your home's air quality: If you or your family notice a reduction in the air quality in your house, it could be your heat pump. We can evaluate your system and help you determine if it's malfunctioning.
Our technicians can help you determine when it's time to upgrade your system.
Your New System Experts
When it's time, we want to be your go to new system experts. Our knowledgeable staff has the experience and training to install a high-quality heat pump that's designed to suit your spaces. An improperly sized system could lead to costly repairs down the road. That's why we'll take the time to evaluate the size and layout of your home and recommend the best possible solution for you. We carry a range of highly efficient Bryant systems.
Your heat pump is a major investment in your home. If your current system isn't keeping you comfortable, it's time to consider an upgrade. The professionals at Florida Heating & Air provide quality service and installations for customers like you from Ocala, Orlando, and Jacksonville. We understand that replacing an old appliance can place a strain on your budget. That's why we have financing available. Contact our office today for more information or to schedule your free estimate.
Most Reliable Central Air Conditioning Systems
"A/C Systems With Heat Pumps**
Heat pump A/Cs are common in regions with moderate heating and cooling needs. During the cooling season, heat pumps move warm air from your cool house outside. During the heating season, they do the opposite. Systems with heat pumps are typically in use for cooling for a median of seven months a year.
In our survey, American Standard and Bryant were among the more reliable brands and York and Goodman were more prone to breakage, with about half of their units experiencing a serious problem by the fifth year of ownership.
Satisfaction. Reports of satisfaction lined up with reliability, with owners of American Standard and Bryant being the most likely to be satisfied with their system after owning it for five years. Owners of systems by Goodman and York are the least likely to be satisfied. In general, we expect most owners of a central air system to be highly satisfied with the reliability of their system by the fifth year of ownership, regardless of the brand.
Parts that break. After five years of use, evaporator coils, controls, and compressors are the most likely parts to break. On a brand level, Bryant's evaporator coils are the most reliable of any heat pump brand. As for evaporator coils, those from systems made by American Standard, Trane, Carrier, and Lennox are more reliable than those from Goodman, York, Ruud, Amana, and Rheem. York's heat pump blowers are less reliable than those of other brands.
Repair costs. The range of the most expensive repair costs paid for A/C systems with heat pumps is greater than the repair costs for conventional systems. Ruud is the most expensive system to repair with a median repair cost of $231. That is more than $30 above the next most expensive brands, York and Rheem, at $198 each. The least expensive brand to repair is Bryant with a median cost of $127."
**Consumer Reports, May 18th 2017