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Heat Pump Replacement

Central Oregon Heating proudly offers Heat Pump Replacement services to homeowners in Bend, Redmond, and all of Central Oregon.

Give us a call today at 541-246-7223 to schedule your service, repair, or estimate.


Central Oregon Heating offers complete heat pump replacement in Bend & Redmond, Oregon. We understand the importance of a reliable and efficient heat pump in keeping your home comfortable, especially during the cold winter months.

Whether your current heat pump is old and inefficient or you’re experiencing frequent breakdowns, our team of experts is here to provide professional heat pump replacement services.

Heat Pump Services We Offer

Heat Pump Inspection

Our experienced technicians will assess the condition of your heat pump, checking for any issues or potential problems. Don’t wait for your heat pump to completely break down, schedule a heat pump inspection with Central Oregon Heating today.

Heat Pump Replacement

Our team of professionals will guide you through the process of selecting the right heat pump for your home and ensure a seamless installation. With a new heat pump, you can enjoy improved energy efficiency, lower utility bills, and enhanced comfort in your home.

Heat Pump Maintenance

Our maintenance services include thorough cleaning, lubrication of moving parts, and inspection of all components to identify any potential issues. By scheduling regular maintenance with Central Oregon Heating, you can prevent costly repairs and ensure your heat pump is working properly all year round.

We Replace All Types of Heat Pumps

Air-to-Air Heat Pumps

Air-to-air heat pumps are the most common type of heat pump found in residential properties. They work by transferring heat between the outdoor and indoor air, providing both heating and cooling functions. Our team will help you select the right unit for your home and ensure a professional installation.

Water Source Heat Pumps

Water source heat pumps utilize a water source, such as a well or a pond, to extract or dissipate heat. These heat pumps are highly efficient and environmentally friendly. If you have a water source heat pump that is no longer functioning properly, our experts can replace it with a new, energy-efficient unit.

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps are the most energy-efficient option available, utilizing the constant temperature of the earth to heat and cool your home. If you’re interested in upgrading to a geothermal heat pump, our team can handle the entire replacement process. 

What Are the Signs I Need a New Heat Pump?

  • Inconsistent Temperature: If your heat pump is struggling to maintain a consistent temperature throughout your home, it may be a sign that it’s time for a replacement. A new heat pump will provide more even and reliable heating and cooling.
  • Increased Energy Bills: If you notice a sudden increase in your energy bills, it could be due to an inefficient heat pump. Upgrading to a high-efficiency unit can help you save money on your monthly energy expenses.
  • Frequent Breakdowns: If your heat pump is constantly breaking down and requiring repairs, it may be more cost-effective to replace it with a new unit. A new heat pump will provide increased reliability and peace of mind.
  • Age of the Heat Pump: Heat pumps typically have a lifespan of around 10-15 years. If your heat pump is approaching or exceeding this age, it’s worth considering a replacement to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.

What Should I Consider When I Replace My Heat Pump?

Select a heat pump that is the right size for your home. A heat pump that is too small will struggle to adequately heat or cool your space, while one that is too large will cycle on and off frequently, wasting energy.

Look for a heat pump with a high SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating. A higher SEER rating indicates greater energy efficiency and lower operating costs. Consider the noise level of the heat pump, especially if it will be located near bedrooms or living areas. Look for models with sound-dampening technology for quieter operation.

Our Step-by-Step Heat Pump Replacement Process

  • Evaluation: Our team will assess your current heat pump, taking into account factors such as size, capacity, and efficiency.
  • Selection: We will help you choose the right heat pump for your home, considering your specific needs, budget, and preferences.
  • Removal: Our technicians will carefully remove the old heat pump, ensuring that all components are safely disconnected and disposed of.
  • Installation: We will install the new heat pump, making all necessary connections and adjustments for seamless operation.

Check Out Our Annual HVAC Maintenance Plan

Regular maintenance is crucial for the longevity and optimal performance of your heat pump. We offer an annual HVAC maintenance plan that includes comprehensive inspections, cleaning, and tune-ups. 

By enrolling in our maintenance plan, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your heat pump will be regularly serviced by our experts.

What Are the Benefits of Upgrading My Heat Pump?

  • Improved Energy Efficiency: Upgrading to a high-efficiency heat pump can significantly reduce your energy consumption and lower your utility bills.
  • Enhanced Comfort: A new heat pump will provide more consistent and reliable heating and cooling, ensuring your home remains comfortable year-round.
  • Environmental Friendliness: High-efficiency heat pumps use less energy and produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, making them a more environmentally friendly choice.
  • Reduced Maintenance and Repairs: With a new heat pump, you can expect fewer breakdowns and repairs, saving you time, money, and inconvenience.

Frequently Asked Questions About Heat Pumps

How long do heat pumps typically last? Heat pumps have an average lifespan of 10-15 years with proper maintenance. Regular servicing and timely repairs can help extend the lifespan of your heat pump.

Can a heat pump be used for both heating and cooling? Yes, heat pumps are designed to provide both heating and cooling functions. They extract heat from the air or ground and transfer it indoors during the winter months for heating, and reverse the process for cooling during the summer months.

Will a heat pump work well in cold climates? Heat pumps can effectively heat homes even in colder climates. However, in extremely cold temperatures, supplemental heating may be required to ensure optimal comfort.

Are heat pumps noisy? Modern heat pumps are designed to operate quietly. However, some noise may be heard during operation, particularly if the unit is older or not properly maintained. Regular maintenance can help minimize noise levels.

Can I install a heat pump myself? Heat pump installation requires specialized knowledge and expertise. It is highly recommended to hire a professional HVAC technician to ensure proper installation and optimal performance.

Professional Heat Pump Replacement Near You

Get a new, high-efficiency heat pump and save money on energy bills while keeping your family comfortable. Fill out our online form or call to schedule service and get a free estimate on heat pump replacement in Bend & Redmond, Oregon.


Give us a call today at 541-246-7223 to schedule your service or repairs. 


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