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Century heat pump prices, pros and cons

When you're considering a Century heat pump for your home, you have the option to choose between three different models.

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Century heat pumpIf you're looking for an energy-efficient way to control the climate in your home, consider a Century heat pump.

These are split-system units that are designed to heat and cool your home, so you don't need to worry about maintaining a furnace or other heating system.

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While there are pros and cons to switching to a heat-pump system, it's a great option for people who are already looking to replace their existing system.

When you're considering a Century heat pump for your home, you have the option to choose between three different models.

All the models have the same basic features, but they function at different power levels. Due to this, you'll need to ask your HVAC certified contractor how much power the unit you purchase needs in order to provide sufficient heating and cooling for your home.

The basic features on all three models include:

    • Long-life copper coils.
    • Louvered metal jacket.
    • High-pressure switch.
    • Permanently lubricated PSC motor.
    • Five-minute restart time delay.
    • Composite base pan.
    • Hot-gas muffler.
    • Heavy-duty scroll compressors.
    • Heavy-duty grille assembly.
    • Compressor and control access.

There are numerous benefits to using a heat pump. For instance, they are designed to be an energy-efficient, a cheaper alternative to costly heating and cooling systems such as central air conditioner systems. Heat pumps operate by pulling heat out of the surrounding air and using it to heat your home, which uses less energy than standard heating units.

Other benefits of installing a combination Century heat pump air conditioning unit in your home include:

    • Lower year-round electrical consumption.
    • Longer life expectancy than standard heating and AC units.
    • Better heat transfer.
    • Extreme-wind mounting kits allow you to install the unit on the ground or on the roof.
    • Includes six-year limited parts warranty.
    • Includes six-year limited express warranty.
    • Compressor failure coverage.

It's important to obtain an installation estimate before you purchase a Century heat pump. It should also be professionally installed as this is often a condition of the warranty.

When you hire a contractor, make sure you're hiring someone who is HVAC certified and up to date on the latest technology. The newest heat pumps use the latest technological advances, so you want to make sure that this type of unit is right for your home and that the contractor you hire is qualified to install it.

When you're ready to hire a contractor to install your Century heat pump, click here to find a certified technician in your local area.

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