Keeping your furnace maintained regularly not only helps your furnace last longer and run smoothly, but can save you money. The experts at Lifestyle Comfort Solutions are proud to provide excellent service, including helping you maintain your heating unit. We know the importance of regular maintenance and our knowledge and experience can keep your furnace running smoothly as long as possible.
Don’t get left in the cold! Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Our experienced team of professionals are here to keep your home warm and cozy. We repair all makes and models and we will never try to sell you a service that you don’t need. Our technicians are honest and hard working and we are always transparent and fair about the work we do.
Heat Pump Service, Repair and Replacement
We are experienced in the service, repair and installation of heat pumps in Dayton, OH and the surrounding area. A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from indoors to outdoors or from outdoors to indoors.
In the Winter a heat pump works like a heater, extracting heat energy from outside and transferring it inside. In the Summer the process reverses and it will remove heat from your home and transfer it outside like an air conditioner.
Heat pumps work with a series of coils drawing energy from air, water or the ground. In this way they are very environmentally friendly and are the most energy efficient way to heat and cool your home.
Installation costs are higher than with a traditional furnace or air conditioner but the savings over time in annual energy costs make up for the difference in 5-10 years.
What kinds of heat pumps do you have?
A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from in to out or from out to in. It collects energy from a source and then transfers that energy into heat for your home. There are 3 basic forms of heat pumps available.
- Air Source : An air source heat pump collects energy from the air through a series of coils and transfers it into heat.
- Water Source : A water source heat pump collects energy from water by running a series of pipes underwater and then transfers that into heat for your home.
- Geothermal: A geothermal heat pump, also known as a ground source heat pump, collects energy from the Earth through a series of coils and transfers that energy into heat.
The geography and climate around your Dayton or surrounding area home or office space will determine the kind of heat pump that is appropriate.
Call us today at 469-777-0247 or request service online for an evaluation.