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Heat Pumps in Greenfield 

Expert Heat Pump Installations & Repairs in Greenfield, New Castle & the Surrounding Areas

Jake's Heating, Air & Plumbing has provided reliable heating and air conditioning services since 2006. Our goal is to help every customer find the right equipment and deliver the level of service they need at a competitive price. Our HVAC team installs, repairs, and services heat pumps in Greenfield and surrounding areas of Hancock and Henry counties. 

Please contact us at (317) 203-8142 to learn more about our services for heat pumps. 

Heating & Cooling in One System 

One thing that makes heat pumps attractive to homeowners is their ability to both heat and cool the home in one system, so you won’t need separate air conditioning and heating systems. There are two components to a heat pump: An outdoor condenser unit and an indoor air handler that delivers the warmed or cooled air to the house. They work by transferring heat from one location to another. In the summer, they move hot air from the house to the outdoors and return cooled air to the home. A valve allows the system to change directions in the winter to warm the air inside the house. 

Other benefits of heat pumps include: 

  • High energy efficiency
  • Lower carbon footprint
  • Less expensive to heat and cool the house
  • Quieter operation
  • Better indoor air quality

The most common type of heat pump is an air source heat pump, which transfers heat from the air. Geothermal heat pumps work in a similar way, but transfer heat from deep in the ground to heat homes in the winter and cool them in the summer. 

Installing Energy-Efficient Heat Pumps 

When making purchasing decisions, the most important consideration is finding a heat pump that is the right size for your home with sufficient capacity to meet your home heating and cooling needs. Our experts can assess your home to determine the right size heat pump and help you compare options and features to make the best decision. 

Whether you want a heat pump to lower your heating and cooling costs or your carbon footprint, the energy efficiency rating is essential information. The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures the energy efficiency of a unit. A higher number denotes better energy efficiency, so look for a SEER of at least 15 to get the best efficiency and energy savings. We help you find the best heat pumps and install your new unit for peak efficiency and reliable performance. 

How Long Is The Average Lifetime of a Heat Pump?

A heat pump will work to warm and cool your home for years to come. Depending on the amount of usage a heat pump experiences during it's life time it can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years. In some cases heat pumps can last 25 years before needing to be replaced. On average, it tends to be right around the 15 year mark when heat pumps begin to diminish in efficiency and wear out. 

The deciding factor in determining the length of a heat pump's lifespan is maintenance. Proper maintenance done on the heat pump annually helps to prolong the lifetime of the unit. Maintenance is necessary to clean out the system and find any possible issues that, if left ignored, could develop into major problems requiring repairs down the road.

Why Choose Us?

  • Financing & Special Offers Available
    Our team is happy to offer special promotions and financing to help customers save on services.
  • Locally Family Owned & Operated
    We are proud to be a family, woman, and locally operated home service company!
  • Fully Stocked Trucks
    Our team will arrive on time with all the necessary equipment to get the job done right the first time.

Heat Pump Repair & Service 

Heat pumps offer a reliable source of home comfort in different seasons of the year, but any heating or air conditioning system may run into a problem from time to time. When your existing heat pumps isn’t working, we repair heat pumps from all major brands. 

At Jake’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, we can help you get the most from your heat pump with regular maintenance service. Our detailed maintenance service is designed to ensure that your heat pump is working at peak efficiency, help you avoid unexpected breakdowns, lower your utility costs, and maximize the life of your system. 

Get in touch with us today at (317) 203-8142 for heat pump installation, repair, or maintenance. 

“They were able to give me options to choose from, which was very nice. He was polite the entire time and I never felt like anyone was twisting my arm. Overall, one of the best experiences with a contractor in general.”

Cameron G.

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