Save Money with High Quality Heat Pump Installation and Replacement in Mason, Ohio

Let’s face it, Ohio weather can be unpredictable. The crisp cold winters and hot, humid summers in Mason make having a functional HVAC system a necessity. Heat pump systems can offer a great solution for homeowners’ year-round HVAC necessities, offering energy efficiency and high levels of comfort!

When the time comes to install, maintain, repair, or replace a heat pump system in your home, you’ll want a professional who can perform the task quickly, properly and affordably with minimal disruption to your life. You want a trusted HVAC expert from Mason Heating & Air.

Mason Heating & Air is your Mason, Ohio heat pump team of experts. We have installed numerous heat pump systems in Ohio and we specialize in the maintenance, repair, and replacement of all types of heat pump systems. There’s not a brand of heating equipment we can’t fix. 

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Call us today if you’re ready to have a seasoned, licensed HVAC technician come to your home. Schedule Now online or call us at (513) 496-2477.

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As part of our Five Star Rated Customer Service Experience, we at Mason Heating & Air offer free estimates to homeowners looking for installation. We make the entire process from start to finish as easy and as affordable as possible.

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Signs You Need to Replace Vs. Repair Your Heat Pump

Homeowners with an aging heating and cooling system typically ask themselves: how do I know when is it time to replace a unit rather than simply repair it? 

This is a commonly asked question of all homeowners. The answer depends. Typically, a heat pump does not need to be replaced, but there are times when it does. 

Here are a few indicators that a heat pump may only need to be repaired rather than replaced:

  • The repairs are not very expensive, or they are minor
  • The heat pump has not yet needed any repairs in the past.
  • The heat pump isn’t 10 years old yet.
  • The heat pump merely needs to have the dirt and dust accumulation removed.

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We Make the Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Process Easy

Because we are a Five Star Rated business with an outstanding customer service history, we at Mason Heating & Air make the entire heat pump replacement process as quick and easy as possible. Our highly trained technicians have installed numerous heat pumps which we guarantee a Five Star Experience.

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Why Choose Mason Heating & Air for Heat Pump Installation & Replacement?

At Mason Heating & Air, we are a family-owned, Five Star Rated, company with a deep-rooted history of satisfied customers. Our level of expertise and professionalism is unmatched when compared to our competitive pricing. We believe in keeping families safe and comfortable throughout the year and we strive to make that possible for every family, regardless of where you live or what your budget is.

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  • Five Star Rated Customer Service
  • Top of the line systems with the latest technology
  • Fast and affordable installation
  • Finance options

Keywords for Your New HVAC System

SEER: SEER is an acronym for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. Much like MPG (miles per gallon) for your car, it’s a standardized rating number used to compare the energy efficiencies of different central air conditioners and heat pump systems. Like miles per gallon, the higher the SEER number, the more efficient the system.

SEER is calculated using the total amount of cooling provided during the cooling season, divided by the total electrical input during the cooling season. (Source)

TONNAGE: A heat pump’s cooling capacity is expressed in BTUh (British Thermal Units per Hour) or tons (often referred to as “tonnage”). Both offer a measurement of a heat pump’s cooling ability over an hour’s time. One ton of cooling capacity is equal to 12,000 BTUh. Residential heat pumps usually range from 1.5 to 5 tons (or, 18,000 – 60,000 BTUh). (Source)

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