Heat Pump Replacement & Installation in Allentown, PA

If you’re calling for frequent repairs and your energy bills are trending upward, it may be time for a new heat pump. Our experts at Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric will help you save money while making your home perfectly comfortable with our 45 years of quality heat pump installations.

Get the ease and comfort you’ve been dreaming of with Jack Lehr. Call us today at 888-454-7365 or schedule online for expert heat pump installation in Allentown, PA.

Why Install a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is an excellent choice for Allentown-area homes for a few reasons:

A heat pump provides an all-year solution. By handling temperature control for the whole year, a heat pump does the job of both an AC and a furnace by cooling your home in the summer and heating it in the winter.

A heat pump helps you save money. Heat pumps run on electricity instead of gas, meaning lower energy bills (plus they’re eco-friendly and energy-efficient!). They’re also less expensive to install and repair than a furnace for overall savings.

A heat pump protects your family. Heat pumps don’t generate heat; they simply store and move it to the place you want. That means there’s no risk of fire or carbon monoxide leaks.

A heat pump operates peacefully and quietly. Whatever welcome chaos your home may bring, your heat pump won’t make the loud pops and bangs that a furnace does, so you get the space to think clearly again.

Signs You May Need to Replace Your Heat Pump

  • It stopped working. Plain and simple, if you’re piling on seven blankets in the winter and melting away in the summer, you may need to replace your heat pump.
  • Your energy bills are climbing. Electric bills increasing are a telltale sign that your heat pump is working too hard, meaning it should be replaced.
  • There’s less airflow. Can’t feel the air flowing through your vents? If you know your ductwork is clean, then the next culprit would be your heat pump.
  • It sounds (or smells) strange. A comforting hum is the only sound you should hear from your heat pump. Any pops, clanging, or weird smells are a sign it may need to be replaced.
  • It’s older than 10 years. The 10-year mark is when you should start to keep a close eye on how your heat pump is running and be prepared to replace it soon.

Why Trust a Professional to Install or Replace Your Heat Pump?

Your heat pump is a crucial part of keeping your home comfortable and safe all year long. That’s why the Jack Lehr technicians are expertly certified to install your heat pump safely. With extensive knowledge in electrical work and industry regulations, our team is professional, courteous, and up to the task of making your home as comfy as you deserve.

Choose Jack Lehr to Install Your New Heat Pump

For the last 45 years, Jack Lehr has offered high-quality heat pump installation in the greater Lehigh Valley area, with the stellar customer reviews to show for it. We know that comfort is key, and we strive to make you comfortable throughout the entire process of working with us – from the first call to meeting our expertly trained technicians to relaxing in your cozy home with your new heat pump.

See for yourself why Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric is the top heat pump installer in Allentown, PA. Call 888-454-7365 or schedule online today!

Heat Pump Replacement and Installation FAQs

How long will my new heat pump last?

Generally, the life span of a well-maintained heat pump is between 10 to15 years.

My heat pump is underperforming. Should I replace it with a larger heat pump?

Usually no, but give us a call to inspect the situation. There could be other problems with your system design, or your heat pump could be at the end of its life span and needs to be replaced.

How will I know I should replace my heat pump?

As your heat pump approaches 10 years of age, you may find you’re calling for frequent repairs. That, along with strange sounds, smells, or climbing electric bills, all points to the need for a new heat pump.

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