Hvac Services in Slatedale

The weather throughout Pennsylvania can sometimes be tricky to predict. This is why picking an HVAC unit for your Slatedale home is an important choice. The experts at Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can help you with every step of your HVAC decision-making process. It doesn’t matter if you need HVAC installation, replacement, maintenance, or repair; Team Andreas can do it all. We want to help you keep your home happy and comfortable all year long and give you high-quality service in the process!

To get started with HVAC services in Slatedale, call Andreas at 610-377-5261 or contact us online now!

Air Conditioning Services in Slatedale

Most homeowners in Slatedale need air conditioning. Not only is adequate AC necessary for your comfort and happiness, but it also affects your health. Summer heat can be miserable, but Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can help!

We offer top-notch air conditioning services:

We have affordable, energy-efficient AC options for your home or office. But don’t let money stop you from having the cool, clean air you deserve; ask us about financing. Call 610-377-5261 or contact Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning to learn more.

Heating Services in Slatedale

For winters in Slatedale, we hope for the best but prepare for the worst. A fall furnace or HVAC system tune-up will help you get ready for the cold weather.

Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning’s home heating services include:

We also offer:

Team Andreas receives continuing education and training to bring the best technology to our friends and neighbors in Slatedale (like you). We welcome your questions because when you know more, you make better decisions.

Let our family be your partner in home heating and cooling. Call 610-377-5261 or contact us for information.

Combined Heating & Cooling with Heat Pumps

When it comes to indoor air comfort, heat pumps offer terrific indoor cooling and heating. Lehigh County and nearby communities see weather extremes. For us, a heat pump is a perfect way to manage heating and cooling year-round.

How Heat Pumps Work

Heat pumps use refrigeration processes and electricity. They have a condenser unit that may be located outside and an indoor unit. For cooling, heat pumps use outside air and transfer it to a coolant. For warmth, the system reverses the flow of the refrigerant.

Some of the benefits of heat pumps include:

  • Better safety – Heat pumps are safer than combustion-based systems.
  • Increased energy efficiency – Baseboard heat has a one-to-one heat-to-electricity ratio to attain 100% efficiency. Heat pumps provide three or more heat units for each one unit of electricity for the same efficiency. Switching to a heat pump can increase energy efficiency by 300% or more.
  • Good ROI (return on investment) – Add a heat pump system to increase your property value.
  • Longer life with maintenance – We recommend spring and fall heat pump maintenance to maximize your energy efficiency and IAQ (indoor air quality), plus extend the life of your heat pump. The average life span is about 15 years, but with proper maintenance, your heat pump can last 20 or more years.
  • Reduced carbon emissions – Heat pumps will reduce carbon emissions. They have a superior energy-to-heat conversion rate.
  • Lower energy bills – Heat pumps are cheaper to run than combustion systems because they don’t create heat; they circulate warm air. This efficiency realizes almost immediate savings in monthly energy bills. Look for a heating rating of 8 to 10 HSPF (heating season performance factor) and SEER (seasonal energy efficiency rating) of 13 to 23 (the higher, the better).
  • Eligibility for tax credits – Heat pumps qualify for Pennsylvania and federal tax credits for renewable energy solutions.

Why Choose Team Andreas for Heat Pump Service

DIYers love to tackle projects around the home. But even the best DIYers know when professional help is needed for home projects, and installing a heat pump is not a DIY project. Hire a professional for heat pump service because:

  • DIY installation can void your heat pump’s warranty. If there’s property damage or personal injury due to a DIY heat pump installation, your insurance company may deny coverage.
  • A heat pump installation requires electrical wiring training. You don’t want to risk electrocuting yourself or someone else.
  • You may buy and install the wrong size.  Your local HVAC professional can accurately assess what your property needs. If your heat pump isn’t sized correctly, you may not know until it short-cycles or breaks down.
  • You may think your heat pump is working correctly when it isn’t. After your DIY installation, it may take a while before an unnoticeable problem becomes an expensive issue.

When it drops below zero, your heat pump’s performance will equal or surpass a traditional HVAC system. And cooling will be more energy-efficient than ever.

Call 610-377-5261 or contact Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning to learn more about heat pumps in Slatedale, PA.