We keep our commitment to you by sending our trained, certified and insured technicians to your home who will do the job right the first time. Our background checked technicians have the skills, knowledge, and tools for all your Heat Pump Installation needs.
When a Robertson Electric Heat Pump Installation professional comes to your home, they will first take the time to explain all of your options before starting any services so you can feel confident to make an informed decision before any work begins.
You can contact us day or night at (434) 973-4348 or Contact Us any time including after hours and for emergency services. We service and repair most brands of equipment, so you can trust us to perform a professional Heat Pump Installation job.
When your home is in need of Heat Pump Installation, you can trust that the experts at Robertson Electric will do the job right - the first time.
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We offer a full line of installation, Heat Pump Maintenance & Heat Pump Repair that your home Heat Pump system may require, no matter the problem or time of year. You can count on the trusted professionals at Robertson Electric for exceptional service & quality craftsmanship.
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A heat pump is quite different from your standard furnace or boiler , in that it can heat as well as cool your home. Several factors can determine how much a new heat pump installation will cost, but the type of heat pump you choose has the largest impact. Our expert HVAC technicians at Robertson Electric will help you narrow down the best heat pump options for your home. The 4 main types of new heat pump installations available are:
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The average lifespan of a heat pump built between the 1970s through 1980s is generally about 15 years, with newer units being able to last even longer. The main determining factor in how long your heat pump will last is how well you maintain it. It’s critical to have Robertson Electric perform preventative maintenance at least once a year to keep your pump in prime condition.
SEER and HSPF are efficiency ratings assigned to a heat pump. The difference between them is the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating measures the efficiency of a heat pump in cooling mode while the HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) rating measures the efficiency of a heat pump in heating mode. The higher the SEER and HSPF number, the more efficient the unit will be in each designated mode.
There’s a few indications you can look for as to when you should replace your heat pump. The first and foremost being when the system starts giving you more problems than are cost-effective to fix. Other indicators are if the unit is approaching ten years in age and major components such as the compressor, reversing valve, accumulator or outdoor coil start failing. If you suspect that it may be time to replace your heat pump, just give Robertson Electric a call to have someone assess your pump and help guide you in the direction of repair or replacement.
The specific type of installation required will depend on the size, model and age of the unit as well as other factors such as existing ductwork, insulation and local codes. Generally speaking, there are two main types of installations: retrofit and all-new systems. A retrofit typically requires only minor modifications to your existing system whereas an all-new installation may require more extensive work such as installing additional ducts or equipment.
Most reputable installers offer a standard warranty on the parts and labor associated with your new system. This will include coverage for any defects in the equipment or workmanship, as well as a protection period against unforeseen breakdowns. Be sure to check with your installer to confirm what kind of coverage you can expect before making a purchase.
The cost of installation will depend on several factors such as the size, model and age of the unit, existing ductwork and local codes. Additionally, some installers may charge extra for services such as removal or disposal of old equipment, insulation upgrades or additional labor costs associated with complex installations. Be sure to shop around for quotes from multiple installers before making a purchase.
With top-rated, expertly-trained technicians & upfront pricing, you can trust 100% satisfaction guarantee on all Residential Home Heat Pump Installations & Replacements in the Charlottesville, VA Area.