Serving Lancaster, York, Lebanon, Dauphin, and Cumberland Counties
Pennsylvania families looking for an energy-efficient alternative to traditional HVAC systems don’t need to look further than a heat pump for the solution they seek.
At Neffsville Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Services, we offer the comprehensive heat pump services that families in south central PA trust. From installation and replacement to repair and maintenance, we are here to satisfy all your heat pump service requests.
Schedule heat pump services in Lancaster, York, Lebanon, Dauphin, and Cumberland Counties by contacting Neffsville Heating & Cooling at (717) 625-1000 today!
Heat pumps are a type of HVAC system that provides year-round comfort to your home with heating and cooling capabilities. Relying on electricity to transfer heat from one location to another, a heat pump can replace your air conditioner and supplement or replace your furnace.
Along with electricity, heat pumps use refrigerant to help circulate air between the air handler unit and outdoor compressor. Depending on whether you are heating or cooling your home, heat pumps will operate a little differently.
When your heat pump is in cooling mode:
If your heat pump is in heating mode:
Catching early signs of heat pump malfunction can minimize repair and wasted energy costs and restore your comfort more quickly.
Here are just a few things to look out for that tell you it’s time to contact a professional for heat pump repair:
Our team is here to provide the fast, reliable heat pump repair solutions you need exactly when you need them.
With our 24/7 answering service and same day emergency solutions, we’ll have your system back to full working condition in no time.
Upgrading to a heat pump can provide homeowners with incredible comfort advantages, including:
Start enjoying the benefits of heat pump installation in your home by trusting Neffsville Heating & Cooling.
The best way to protect your heat pump investment is through professional maintenance.
If you use your heat pump year-round, we recommend scheduling heat pump tune-ups twice annually — once before the heating season and again before the cooling season.
During your maintenance appointment, our HVAC technicians will: