When It Comes to Furnaces, Ace A/C of Ocala are Experts!
There are many different types of heaters, however, forced-air furnaces are most commonly found in Ocala homes. They’re simple to install, operate, and they work well in conjunction with your air conditioner’s duct systems. If well-maintained and carefully serviced, they last for many years.
The key to longevity is maintenance. At Ace A/C of Ocala, our technicians can handle all aspects of furnace service which includes; installation, maintenance, repair, or, if necessary, replacement. Our professionally trained staff is standing by to answer your questions, so pick up the phone and call us today!
Heat Pump Systems from Ace A/C of Ocala
Heat pumps can be great HVAC system options for homeowners in our area. This is because we have relatively long summers and relatively short winters. We also don’t see the extreme cold temperatures during our summers that other parts of the country do. However, without proper installation and continued service by an expert, it will be hard to gain the benefits, and the powerful cooling and heating that a heat pump HVAC system can offer you. But this is where we come in.
Our NATE-certified experts have years of experience installing, repairing, maintaining, and replacing heat pump systems, and we bring this experience to every job we do. This means you can rest assured that no matter what your heat pump needs are, we can handle them. Don’t leave your heat pump system in the hands of someone inexpert. Instead, let the certified and trained professionals from Ace A/C of Ocala help you stay cool, or warm, as you need it.
Heat Pumps For Both Heating & Cooling
You may have heard that when cooling, heat pumps work very much like air conditioners: the refrigerant in the system absorbs the heat and removes humidity, drying and cooling your indoor air. But how does this same system also provide heat? It simply reverses the process, but can do so because it has a component air conditioners do not: a reversing valve.
This valve changes the direction in which the refrigerant in the system flows, allowing the system to have different modes, i.e., heating or cooling. There isn’t a universal setting for the direction. It is up to each manufacturer to determine how a particular brand’s reversing valve will work. Our experts are fully educated on working with reversing valves and every other part of your heat pump system, so you never have to worry that your needs won’t be met.
Why Choose a Heat Pump System?
- Better energy efficiency – Heat pumps use approximately 25–50% of the electricity a traditional AC uses, and it uses this smaller amount of electricity for both heating and cooling. Heat pumps do not use any kind of fossil fuel ever, so if you have been looking to save on those kinds of cost, this may be the right system for you.
- Longer lifespan – The average lifespan of a heat pump system is 20–25 years, with consistent, biannual maintenance. In comparison, a traditional split system AC typically lasts 10–15 years and a traditional heating system like a furnace lasts about 15 years as well.
- Versatility – A heat pump system can be used with a ducted or ductless system, giving you even more opportunities to tailor this system to your heating and cooling needs.
Ace A/C Technicians are NATE Certified Experts in Installation and Repair
When your system breaks down you want to make sure that the service you call doesn’t adopt a general approach to repair services. Electric furnaces differ from gas furnaces and their components are not the same. Heat pumps require different techniques than furnaces. You need a service like Ace A/C of Ocala. Our technicians are skilled and knowledgeable in all the areas required to have your system up and running quickly.
Trust in Ace A/C of Ocala's Reliable Maintenance Service
With regular maintenance, your system can keep running hassle-free for much longer and save you money in costly repairs. Once you hire Ace A/C of Ocala for your maintenance service, our technician will correct all sorts of problems from loose bolts to corroded wires. This way, you don’t need to suffer while you wait for repairs!