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Best Heat Pump Contractors in Wichita

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802 W 2nd St N, Wichita, KS 67203 Rating

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4.8 (145)
4.7 (15)
4.2 (13)

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Fenix Heating and Cooling has been an HVAC provider in the Wichita metro area for almost 30 years and has held a BBB A+ rating since 1993, in addition to having Association Memberships in WABA and KCCA. Fenix Heating and Cooling is a fully licensed and insured company that provides furnace and air conditioning system installations and solar powered air conditioning, and the company is a leader in geothermal heat pump installations by Lennox. The company specializes in installing split ductless air conditioning technology by Mitsubishi Electric and Cooling that can provide heating and cooling for older ductless buildings. Fenix Heating and Cooling will help customers save up to 30% off the total cost of installation of a geothermal heat pump with a federal tax credit, and they offer a line of Lennox indoor air quality products that can solve indoor air quality issues while increasing comfort level. The company's technicians can service all major brands and offer a one-year warranty on all work, in addition to a "no lemons guarantee" on replacement systems. Free in-home and replacement estimates and a 24/7 emergency service are provided, as well as free over the phone help. Fenix Heating and Cooling is a Dave Lennox Premier Dealer and has been the recipient of the Lennox Centurion Award for over 15 years. The company accepts Master Card, Visa, Discover, and checks. Special financing is available, subject to credit approval, as well as no interest on purchases if paid in full within six months.

Wichita, KS 67275 Rating

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4.7 (24)

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1st Choice Heating and Cooling is a locally owned and operated HVAC contractor in Wichita with over 10 years of experience. The company is licensed and insured, and it provides heating and air conditioning services for residential and commercial customers, including repairs on all makes and models. All installed parts have a one-year labor warranty and one-year manufacturer's warranty. 1st Choice Heating and Cooling offers dryer vent cleaning, humidifier servicing and replacement, and cleaning and inspection for furnaces and condensers. The company offers service plans for heating and air conditioner maintenance in addition to free estimates on installations and senior citizen discounts.

Kechi, KS 67067 Rating

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4.9 (54)
4.8 (52)
5.0 (41)

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Epic Heating and Cooling, LLC in Kechi has provided HVAC installation and repair in the Wichita area since 2012. The company specializes in residential and small to mid-sized commercial HVAC. Other areas of service include water source geothermal, WIFI thermostats, and eco-friendly systems. Epic Heating and Cooling is fully licensed and insured, and it performs service on all brands and models with a 100% guarantee. Annual service plans are available by request. Technicians are regularly trained in the cutting edge of the industry, and all staff members are licensed Master Mechanical technicians that are experts with home or business climate control. Epic Heating and Cooling, LLC offers a 24/7 emergency service.

Wichita, KS 67216 Rating

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American Commercial and Residential Services, LLC, is a locally owned and operated business with over 40 years of combined technical experience that provides HVAC and home services for Wichita and the surrounding areas. The company is fully licensed and insured and specializes in commercial and residential HVAC and plumbing, as well as radon measurement and mitigation. The company offers HVAC installation and service on all major brands of heating and air conditioning, and the technicians at JP Service Heating and Air Conditioning are knowledgeable in the fields of medical gas piping, pipe fitting, welding, project management, general service, and system controls. Customers can use an emergency contact phone number for 24/7 emergency service. The company offers service contracts to fit various needs, and it accepts cash, checks, and all major credit cards or provides financing if applicable.

Wichita, KS 67213 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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All About Heating and Cooling is a locally owned and operated business that has served Witchita and the surrounding area since 2006. The company provides installation and repair of air conditioners, furnaces, and heat pumps with free estimates on the installation of new heating and cooling equipment. All About Heating and Cooling offers air conditioner inspections and spring cleaning, freon checks, and leak detection and repairs, and it is open seven days a week with technicians to handle emergency repairs 24/7. Senior citizens can receive a 20% discount, and all repairs on heating systems come with a one-year labor warranty. Services are charged by the job, not by the hour.


  • What do heat pumps do?

    Heat pumps use pressurized refrigerant to transfer energy between two locations. They function just like air conditioners and refrigerators. However, heat pumps contain a specialized component called a reversing valve that allows the unit to function as a heater in the winter and an air conditioner during the summer. The most common types include air-source heat pumps, geothermal or ground-source models, and ductless mini-splits.

  • How do geothermal heat pumps work?

    Environmentally friendly geothermal or ground-source heat pumps use a subterranean loop of fluid-filled pipes to gather or release energy. Heat can be transferred to the soil or a body of water as long as the depth provides stable year-round temperatures. Geothermal heat pumps are quiet, long-lasting, and exceptionally efficient. They provide $4 to $6 of heat for every dollar spent on energy. Additionally, ground loops can be constructed in various horizontal or vertical configurations depending on the layout of the property and its natural resources.

  • How do air-source heat pumps work?

    Air-source models are the most popular type of heat pump in the United States. They provide efficient heating and cooling without the need for costly fossil fuels. Homeowners and businesses can choose from split systems with separate indoor and outdoor components or packaged models where all of the equipment is housed in one self-contained outdoor unit. Ductless mini-split and multi-split heat pumps are also popular as are two-stage and variable-speed models, especially for consumers who are interested in achieving maximum efficiency.

  • When do I need to replace my heat pump?

    Replacing an aging heat pump can be a smart decision, especially if the unit is over 10 years old and suffering from reliability issues or poor performance. When planning for the future, homeowners should consider their recent ownership costs, including money spent on utilities and repairs. New models can lower heating and cooling costs by 20% to 50%. They're also quieter and provide superior humidity control. Consumers should think carefully before repairing an older unit. In the event of a catastrophic breakdown, it's often better to invest in a new installation when repairs equal half the cost of a new system.

  • Do heat pumps work well when it\'s cold?

    Yes, thanks to improved compressor designs, heat pumps perform well in all conditions although they're ideal for moderate climates. In subfreezing temperatures, their efficiency may decrease. That's why most units are equipped with an electric-resistance backup heat strip. Hybrid or dual-fuel models that are paired with a gas furnace are popular in areas that experience harsh winters.

  • What is the heat pump installation process like?

    Heat pump installations start with an on-site consultation to assess the client's home, building site, and efficiency goals. Contractors perform detailed load calculations to measure the structure's heating and cooling requirements. They will also make sure that the unit and ducts function together to deliver optimal airflow. During replacements, contractors will remove the existing system and recover remaining refrigerant to comply with environmental regulations. When installing geothermal heat pumps, contractors must assess the property's layout and natural resources before installing the ground loop. Contractors can also secure permits and ensure that the installation meets local building codes.

  • Is a heat pump better than an electric heater?

    In most cases, heat pumps are more versatile and efficient than electric heaters. Radiant heaters and electric furnaces are long-lasting and require minimal maintenance, but there are some disadvantages. While these systems are efficient, air-source heat pumps can deliver twice as much heat for the same cost. As a bonus, heat pumps provide air conditioning during warm weather.