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Heat Pump A/C Replacement

Introduction

Having to replace your heating and cooling systems will never be convenient, but some times are worse than others. It’s one thing to put up with your furnace not working in the winter, but it’s another thing entirely to put up with the heat while a malfunctioning air conditioner is dealt with in the summer. Should your heat pump need to be replaced, it’s best to address it at the start of the summer season before the heat sets in. A quick and easy consultation with R.F. Schraut Heating and Cooling is all you need to determine if it’s time to replace your heat pump.

Overview

The summer in St. Louis can be incredibly hot. When the summer heat sets in you’re sure to crave the frost of January. Rather than cranking up your air conditioner, a heat pump is a far better solution for most families. These appliances spread the warm and hot air through your home, avoiding hot spotsand keeping every room nice and cool.

A heat pump can be the saving grace in any home. The heating mechanism moves the cool air in your home into the common areas, all without using additional electricity or increasing your energy costs.

That said, if your heat pump goes on the fritz in the summer, youre really going to notice its absence as your house becomes unpleasantly hot. When it comes time to replace your heat pump, its a great idea to do so in the summer when it is not in such high use.

Let the team at R.F. Schraut Heating and Cooling replace your heat pump unit before the start of the hot summer months. That way, when the thermometer climbs, your heat pump will be back in use and doing its job.

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Special Features

  • Your heat pump is crucial to maintaining an ideal temperature and increase the efficiency of the heating system in your home all year long.
  • Scheduling regular maintenance can help you stay on top of when the best time to replace your heat pump might be.
  • Don’t get caught in the heat — checking your system before the summer settles in will allow you to address any issues before they can become bigger problems.