Heat Pump Installation and Repair in South Jersey & PA

Fast & Reliable Heat Pump Services

Has your heat pump stopped working? Are you interested in an alternative to central air? No matter the reason, our directory of Coleman certified contractors in South Jersey and Pennsylvania can provide the heat pump services you need. If you use oil heat and want to supplement with a heat pump, use our directory to find a local heat pump installer that can get you set up with Dual Fuel.

Coleman heat pumps are energy-efficient and reliable year-round. They run quietly and come with an industry-leading warranty. A Coleman heat pump installer can keep your existing heat pump running properly, and when the time comes to replace it, they can provide you with a top-of-the-line system for your home.

Find a Certified Heat Pump Installer in NJ & PA

Are you looking to upgrade or replace your system? If you need fast and reliable heat pump services in South Jersey or Pennsylvania, our directory can help you find a certified installer. A certified Coleman contractor can replace your current system and install a new energy-efficient system to keep your home cool and comfortable.

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Heat Pump Installation

Do you have an aging heat pump or furnace/AC system? Our catalog of heat pump installers in South Jersey can equip your home with an efficient and reliable heat pump. Depending on your system, they can have you set up in just a few hours! Whether you want a single stage, two stage, or modulating heat pump, your local HVAC contractors can install the system that works best for your home.

Heat Pump Maintenance

Maintenance is essential to keeping your heat pump working properly and your home at the right temperature. Our directory can help you find local heat pump installers in South Jersey and Pennsylvania that can inspect your system for issues and keep it running well. Give yourself peace of mind knowing your heat pump is working at its best with a preventive check-up. HVAC contractors will check for leaks, damage, thermostat sensors and will make sure the mechanics of your system are running smoothly.

Heat Pump Repair

Whether your AC goes out during a heatwave or the heat cuts out in the middle of winter, our directory of local heat pump installers can get your home back to a comfortable temperature. An HVAC contractor will troubleshoot your problems, whether your system is making too much noise, running in short cycles, or producing higher electricity bills.

Benefits of a Heat Pump from Coleman

Energy Efficient

Reliable

Quiet Operation

Coleman heat pumps offer up to 21 SEER, which means they work at maximum efficiency year-round to keep your home comfortable. These pumps can be more fuel-efficient than standard furnaces or older models.

Coleman heat pumps provide you with peace of mind year-round with their precision craftsmanship and industry-leading warranties. They provide consistent and efficient heating and cooling when you need it most.

The Coleman split system heat pump is designed to reduce vibrations and sounds while in use. These pumps combine efficiency and quiet operation to provide you with a comfortable home.

Reliable

Coleman heat pumps provide you with peace of mind year-round with their precision craftsmanship and industry-leading warranties. They provide consistent and efficient heating and cooling when you need it most.

Quiet Operation

The Coleman split system heat pump is designed to reduce vibrations and sounds while in use. These pumps combine efficiency and quiet operation to provide you with a comfortable home.

Heat Pump FAQ

When should I replace my heat pump?

Usually, heat pumps last anywhere from 10 to 15 years. In addition, if you’re constantly paying for repairs or it just doesn’t work as efficiently as it used to, it may be time to replace it. Newer models are more efficient and won’t need as many repairs.

Are heat pumps energy efficient?

Yes, heat pumps are energy and fuel efficient. A heat pump doesn’t use as much energy because it’s not producing heat. Instead, it’s moving around already produced heat.

Is a heat pump better than an air conditioner?

The primary difference between a heat pump and an air conditioner is that an AC cannot provide heating for your home. If you have a relatively new furnace unit or AC, then replacing both can be costly. Ultimately, the decision should be made on which is right for your situation.

What heat pump do I need?

Many factors can affect what size heat pump works best for your home. If your heat pump is continuously running, it may not be fit to heat or cool your home effectively. A professional can help you determine which size is best for you by looking at factors like:

Can I replace my furnace with a heat pump?

Yes, if your heating and cooling system is aging and needs to be replaced, a heat pump is a reliable choice. A heat pump can combine your heating and cooling system into one, providing your home with an energy-efficient system.

Can I supplement my existing furnace with a heat pump?

Yes, it is common for homeowners with a boiler or oil heat to supplement their existing furnace with a heat pump to reduce their reliance on oil in the winter. Homeowners looking to maximize efficiency will also benefit from a heat pump as the system can be designed to run only the most optimal heat option depending on conditions.