When you think about heating and cooling your home, chances are you think of two separate heating and cooling systems. But did you know that there are hybrid systems that can both heat and cool your home? Instead of paying for two systems to keep your home comfortable year-round, consider installing just one system: a heat pump.
At Harrell King Heating & Air, we install, repair, and maintain heat pumps in Donalsonville, GA. Contact us online or call us at 229-495-6050 to learn more about heat pumps, to schedule an in-home consultation, or to request heat pump service today!
The biggest benefit to installing a heat pump rather than a standard HVAC system is that your home only requires one system to cool it in the summers and heat it in the winters.
Having a functional, efficient cooling system is pretty much a requirement for Donalsonville residents. But since our winters in Donalsonville are typically rather mild, investing in a heating system can mean a big price tag that doesn’t always pay off! Instead of paying for a heating system you’ll rarely use, why not invest a heat pump that you can use year-round to both heat and cool your home?
There are several additional advantages when it comes to installing a heat pump over a traditional HVAC system.
If you are interested in learning more about heat pumps or are ready to schedule an installation appointment, contact us online or call us today at 229-495-6050.
Even if your heat pump is high quality and well-maintained, mishaps can still happen. If you’re in need of heat pump repairs in Donalsonville, you can count on the professionals at Harrell King Heating & Air to resolve the issue!
There are a few signs you can look out for when determining whether your heat pump is in need of repair.
If you’re experiencing any of the issues listed above, or if you still feel that your heat pump is in need of repair, schedule an appointment online or call us at 229-495-6050 now!
The best part of having a heat pump is that it keeps you cozy in winter and cool in the summer. However, if you don’t schedule regular maintenance, you won’t be able to take advantage of that benefit!
Just like you take your vehicle for regular maintenance appointments, you should schedule tune-ups for your heat pump twice annually to make sure it’s running at peak performance. This is the best way to avoid costly repairs and to ensure that your family doesn’t go without heating or cooling for an extended period of time! If you neglect your system, it is more likely to lose efficiency season after season and wear out sooner.
The easiest way to stay on top of scheduling regular preventative maintenance for your heat pump is with a Crown Savings Membership. With this maintenance plan, you’ll enjoy two annual precision tune-ups for your heat pump to keep it operating at peak efficiency and lower the risk of failure. You’ll also get a 20 percent discount on all service repairs, as well as preferred service scheduling—which means you’re guaranteed to get an appointment within 24 hours of your phone call, no matter what.
If you’re interested in scheduling a maintenance appointment or signing up for a Crown Savings Membership, contact us online or give us a call at 229-495-6050 today!
Delivering incomparable service that’s rare in our industry, our family-owned company is honest, fair, and client-focused. We repair central air conditioning, commercial cooling, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, commercial heating, heat pumps, ductwork, and more.
When you choose Harrell King Heating & Air, you can expect:
To schedule a consultation, request an emergency repair or speak to a Harrell King team member, call 229-495-6050 or contact our Southwest Georgia HVAC specialists online now!
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