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Heat Pump Installation and Repair Services in Indianapolis

Heat Pumps got you down in the dumps? Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling is here for all your Heat Pump needs.  When it comes to winter in Indianapolis, IN, your heat pump is one of the most complex working systems in your home. If you don’t have a heat pump yet, you know that nothing is worse than when your heater doesn’t work right or breaks down. 

If your old heater doesn’t work the way it used to or your current pump doesn’t keep up with the winter chill, then it’s time to consider whether pump repair or even a heat pump installation is suitable for your home. 

Why You Should Get Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance

When you keep up with regular maintenance and repairs with a skilled Indianapolis heating technician like ours at Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, you save yourself the struggles that come with a poorly maintained systemㅡand there are quite a few!

Schedule your maintenance or repair appointments promptly to avoid problems like a pump that struggles to heat your space and inconsistent temperatures inside your home or business. 

Below are some of the benefits of regular pump maintenance by a Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling HVAC specialist:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Less wasteful energy use
  • Prevent costly repairs
  • Increase the lifespan of the unit
  • Meet the guidelines of most warranties
  • The security that your pump is ready to work

The pump you install to heat your home or business can now last an average of ten to twelve years, but even longer with regular maintenance and repairs. Why take the risk of no heat during a big winter storm or of costly repairs if your current system can’t keep up? If you live in Marion County and don’t want to take that risk, call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling to schedule your pump repairs. 

What Is a Heat Pump?

Maybe you don’t have a pump yet and don’t know what it is. A pump is a heating system for your home that works similarly to an air conditioner. It pulls heat from the outside air and blows it into your home in the same way that an air conditioner pulls heat out to cool it then cycles it back in. 

Because pumps don’t need fuel to run, they are more efficient than other types of heating, so they use less energy and cost less. If you are a home or business owner who wants a pump installation or is ready for repairs to your system before the weather gets cold, then Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling will solve your problems. All you have to do is call. 

Heat Pump Installation: Two Types of Heat Pump

There are many reasons why the choice to replace your old heater with a new pump from Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling. If your current furnace costs you money every month because of excess energy use and the rising cost of heating fuels, or it doesn’t heat your home the way it used to, then a pump installation is a great choice. 

Below is some information on two types of pumps that may be right for your home or business. 

Mini-Split Heat Pump

A mini-split pump is a system that works without ducts if your space doesn’t have a duct system available or you want to avoid the energy waste that results from duct heating systems. Your space is split into heat zones where you can heat the areas you wish to and save energy where heat isn’t needed. 

Geothermal Pump

Like a regular pump, a geothermal  pump draws heat from outside, but uniquely. Instead of pulling heat from the air, a geothermal system draws heat from the ground through a system buried outside of your home or business space. Geothermal pumps cost more during installation than other pumps but save you more money and last longer. 

To decide which type of pump is right for you, contact Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, and one of our technicians will help determine if one of these or another pump system is right for you. 

Who Should I Call to Service My Pump in Indianapolis?

If you’re in the Marion County area and want to install new or repair your current pump in Indianapolis, IN, then Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling is ready to help. Our HVAC technicians are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to meet your pump needs at your convenience!