We don’t charge to tell you how much we’re going to charge.
No sticker shock here. You’ll always know what you’re going to pay before the installation begins.
From top to bottom. What can we say? We take after Mr. Jenkins himself.
The colder season makes it a little harder to schedule a heat pump installation. Most other companies aren’t ready for the winter rush and are booked up for weeks. But you shouldn’t have to wait in a cold house for ages!
We’re industry veterans (we’ve been at this since the 1950s!), so we’re ready for the colder months. When you call us for your heat pump installation, we can get the job done that day or the day afterward. But how do you know when it’s time to say goodbye to your current heat pump?
Signs You Should Dump Your Current Heat Pump
A heat pump is only designed to last up to 14 years. Once it gets older than a decade, you’ll see faults start to form. These older heat pumps will start to struggle to warm your home the way you want it. And at the same time, it’ll be eating up energy, making your utility bill spike. At that point, repairs won’t make much sense, and it’ll be wiser to replace the unit altogether.