Heat Pump Services You Can Trust

If you own a home in Pennsylvania or Delaware and need your heat pump repaired or replaced, turn to the team at MoreVent. Our company is established and trusted in this region. We have more than 20 years of experience, and we’ve earned an A+ BBB rating and an Angie’s Super Service award. Our certified HVAC technicians are highly skilled and experienced, and whether we’re repairing a heat pump or installing a new system, you can expect expert advice and superior workmanship.

Get Rid of Humidity

A beneficial side effect of the cooling of indoor air by a heat pump is dehumidification. When a space has high humidity, it can feel stuffy and uncomfortable. When humidity levels in a home decline, it feels cooler. A space with high humidity also takes more work to cool down due to the heat-retaining ability of the moisture in the air, this translates to increased energy costs.

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Which Heat Pump Is Right For You?

  • Air-Source Heat Pump:The air-to-air heat pump is the least involved pump to install and the unit itself is compact in comparison. For this reason, air-source heat pumps are often the least expensive option. They are energy efficient in mild to moderate climates. The U.S. Department of Energy states that “When properly installed, an air-source heat pump can deliver one-and-a-half to three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it consumes.” They may become less efficient than ground-source heat pumps in climates dealing with extremely cold temperatures. However, in recent years, technological advancement in the air-source heat pump arena has allowed their successful use in colder regions.
  • Ground-Source Heat Pump: Ground-source heat pumps are also referred to as geothermal heat pumps. Webster defines geothermal as “of, relating to, or utilizing the heat of the earth’s interior.” This is precisely how the different varieties of ground-source heat pumps operate. They take heat energy from the earth around a home’s foundation and move it into the home. This is especially effective in the winter months and makes ground-source heat pumps the most efficient variety. The Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy states that geothermal heat pump “technology has been keeping consumers comfortable for more than 50 years and can cut energy bills by up to 65% compared to traditional HVAC units.” The ground-source system is also generally quieter and more consistent than the air-source system. The reason it is not more widely used is the higher cost associated with the correct installation of this system that involves excavation. After the initial installation, these heat pumps pay for themselves over time due to reduced cooling and heating costs.
  • Water-Source Heat Pump: The water-source heat pump is often less expensive to install than other geothermal pump types. However, it is a suitable option only if you have a pond, lake, or water source near your home. The size of the home to be heated and the consistency of the water flow, especially in the winter months, may also affect the efficiency of this type of heater.

Around-the-Clock Emergency Heat Pump Repair

MoreVent understands that not all heat pump problems can wait until the next day. It’s why we have HVAC repair technicians on call 24/7, seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. Call us any time of day or night, and we’ll send a technician to your home as soon as possible. Our technician will arrive in a truck outfitted with all necessary equipment and the most common parts and supplies. We’ll diagnose the problem quickly and accurately and get your system up and running again.

Heat Pump Maintenance And Proper Use

As is the case with an electric or gas furnace, a heat pump will require scheduled maintenance to keep it in top running condition. A notable difference is visible in the energy consumption of a poorly-maintained system versus a well-maintained system. An annual maintenance visit from a MoreVent technician to service the heat pump is of great benefit to the current efficiency and long-term life of the system.

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Reliable Heat Pump Installation and Replacement

MoreVent can replace your current heat pump with a modern system that is even more efficient. Our team also performs new heat pump system installations and can convert your home from other HVAC technologies. We offer the top systems from the leading brands. We’ll ensure that your new system is sized appropriately to your home, and we’ll install it in a manner that meets or exceeds manufacturer warranty requirements and all local building codes.

Flexible Financing Options

Installing a new heat pump is a significant investment in your home. We understand it can be a challenge to budget for it particularly if you weren’t expecting it, which is why we offer flexible financing options. In order to make it easier for our customers, we’ve partnered with Service Finance. You can finance the entire installation cost while enjoying flexible terms, easy online account management, and convenient monthly payments.

Choose MoreVent for Reliable Heat Pump Repair and Replacement

Homeowners in Pennsylvania and Delaware have trusted MoreVent for many years, and you too can depend on us for heat pump installations, replacements, tune-ups, and repairs. Call us at 1-484-203-8420 or contact us online to schedule an appointment or with any questions about our services.