Heat pumps are common alternatives to the traditional air conditioner and furnace setup. They provide cooling with the same process as an air conditioner, but they can reverse their operation to produce heat as well. While a furnace produces it’s own heat from a heat source, a heat pump simply gathers heat from the outside air and transfers it into the designated home or business. There are numerous types of heat pumps available:
- Standard air source heat pumps
- Ductless mini-split heat pumps
- Geothermal heat pump systems
- Absorption heat pumps
Feel free to contact us for more information or for a free estimate at 731-300-1030.
Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance
If you are having heat pump problems, we can help. We’ve been providing heating repair services in the Jackson and West TN area for over 40 years. Our technicians are fully trained and equipped to find the problem and fix it in a timely manner. We perform repairs and maintenance on both residential and commercial units.
We also provide routine maintenance for our customers as well. This servicing and maintenance is vital for the unit’s efficiency and longevity. We clean, inspect and service heat pumps to ensure that they are operating at their peak ability. Another benefit of this maintenance is the reduction of future repair costs and unexpected major break-downs.
Heat Pump Replacement and Installation
If you are looking for a new heat pump for your home or business, look no further than Cagle Service Heating and Air! We provide top major and reputable brands at a fair price. We also offer some of the best warranties around, including our free 1 year warranty that covers all parts and labor in that time period. On top of that, the manufacturer’s warranty is also included, which is up to 10 years!
Give us a call at 731-300-1030 if you would like to schedule our heat pump repair, maintenance or installation services. You can also simply fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Boilers, also referred to as hydronic heating systems, are different from both heat pumps and furnaces. Boilers use hot water to provide heat. Whereas furnaces and heat pumps provide warm air through the use of a forced air system, boilers produce heat through a radiant/convection heating system.
At Cagle Service, we repair, service and install boilers (hydronic heating systems). If you would like more information, or if you would like to schedule a service, give us a call at 731-300-1030. Or, if you prefer, simply fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly!