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After years of reliable, energy-efficient comfort, there comes a time when you need to replace your heat pump in Thousand Palms, CA. Since installing a new heat pump is a big investment requiring lots of finances, early recognition allows you to prepare for the project. Below are tell-tale signs that it’s time to replace your heat pump.

1. Repairing Heat Pump Often

Heat pumps, just like any other appliances in your home, will at some point experience wear and tear. However, during the late stages of your system, it is prone to breaking down more frequently.

Therefore, if you notice that you have been calling your HVAC professional to repair your system more often lately, it’s probably time to replace your system. An inefficient system will cost you a lot of money for repairs and replacements.

2. Increased Energy Bill

Although your system should save you money, even the best heat pumps tend to use more power after years of service. Over time, the efficiency of your system decreases, causing it to work harder to warm your home. Therefore, when you notice a sudden unnecessary energy bill increase resulting from your system, contact an expert to advise you about whether it’s time to replace it or whether they can rectify the problem.

3. Unusual Noises

Although your system will make some type of noise, it’s possible that you’ve grown accustomed to the normal operating noises. As your system ages, it can start to produce loud and alarming noises. When you notice that the heat pump keeps making screeching, hissing, and rattling sounds even after maintenance and repairs, consult your HVAC technician, and weigh whether to repair or replace the entire system.

A good quality heat pump will serve you well. However, when you notice the above signs, installing a new system is one way to increase comfort and save energy costs. Contact Vic’s Air Conditioning today for your
heat pump installation, repairs and replacement.

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