Heat Pumps That Deliver Comfort & Efficiency
Whether your current furnace is on its last legs or you have an existing heat pump that needs replacement, know that today’s modern heat pump technology is incredibly energy efficient and effective at providing consistent and affordable heat.
Heat Pump Installation
Heat pumps do not use fuel to produce heat for your home. Instead, heat pumps use the same technology as your air conditioner to extract heat from the outside air and use it to warm air in your home for circulation through your ductwork.
Our heat pump technology makes it possible to heat your home with outside air as cold as 35 degrees and many heat pumps contain a gas furnace backup so that you can supplement your heating on those nights when it dips below freezing. During installation, our technicians will work closely with you to select the right size and efficiency level of your new heat pump so that you get the best possible heating experience to match your budget.
Heat Pump Replacement & Repair
Have a heat pump that needs to be replaced? Modern systems have HPSF ratings of 15 or higher, ensuring you use far less energy to heat your home than with previous, older models. Newer models are also more efficient at extracting heat from outside air, meaning you will remain more comfortable for a smaller expense.
For heat pump repair, we are on call 24/7 to help. Our technicians are highly trained to work on all major brands of heat pump and can locate and fix the problem in yours quickly to ensure you are without heat for as little time as possible. Don’t wait another minute to have your heat pump repaired when that time could result in greater damage and a larger possible expense.
Wherever you live in the Cincinnati/Tri-State or Northern Kentucky area, know that Greater Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning is the region’s leading provider of heat pump installation, replacement and repair services.
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