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Whether you need a air conditioning, heat pump, furnace, water heater installed or you’re looking for repairing your existing HVAC system in Pennsylvania, our experienced HVAC pros have the skills to get the job done right the first time. We are a company you can trust for all your heating, air conditioning and plumbing requirements.

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    Why Choose Choice HVAC PA for your Home Heating & Cooling?

    Our Pennsylvania Heating & Air Conditioning experts carry a wide range of heat pumps, furnaces, air conditioners to sell and provide expert installation. We are proud to say that our prices are unbeatable.  In addition we give several discounts and provide 0% down financing.  Throughout the HVAC install/replacement process, our HVAC certified technicians will work with you.  Our HVAC experts will install  your heat pump, air conditioning, furnace system that fits your budget, home, business and energy efficiency preferences.  Please browse through our site to get familiar with the HVAC systems.  Give us a call or fill out our form if you have any questions.

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    We take the guesswork out of the cost and give you upfront pricing so that you can make a budget. We know how tough it is when you need a replace your HVAC system. Therefore, in addition to several discounts we offer financing.

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    Generally speaking, the majority of HVAC companies and air filter manufacturers advise changing your air filter every 90 days, or 3 months.  However, this may vary depending on the location of home, e.g., if you live in dry, dusty area, whether you have pets, and the age of your system. For houses with several dogs or persons who have allergies or respiratory disorders, we advise changing your filter every 20–45 days. If you have pets, you should think about doing it every 60–90 days, or every two months. You may usually wait to replace filters in vacant or rarely used vacation homes for 9 to 12 months. According to conventional opinion, you should change your air filter more frequently the more you use your home.

    If you don’t replace the AC filter, it will start to malfunction. It won’t be able to adequately filter the air, allowing dust and other impurities to enter the HVAC system. The fan motors and valves in an AC become clogged with dust. Because of the reduced airflow, the system is under stress. The HVAC system will use extra energy to get around the obstruction. Here is how dust can reduce the appliance’s energy efficiency and, at worst, cause malfunctions.

    While we are frequently caught off guard when our heating and cooling systems fail, there are several warning signals you should watch out for to decide whether you need repairs.

    • Poor air quality
    • The system makes loud, strange noise
    • System does not heat or cool properly
    • Rise is energy bills
    • Home is dusty
    • Unusual smell
    • The system is 10 to 15 years old

    Typically HVAC systems endure 10 to 15 years. Yet, as your system ages, it loses effectiveness and performs worse. Thus, you might wish to start shopping for a replacement after roughly 10 years. Modern HVAC systems will save you money on your energy costs since they are more efficient, even if you are not experiencing any severe issues. Also, they frequently have 10-year guarantees, so you won’t have to worry about replacing them for a long time.

    A heat pump is installed outside of your home and is a component of a heating and cooling system. It can chill your house, much like a conventional air conditioner, but it can also generate heat. A heat pump carries heat from chilly exterior air to your home during the winter months, and during the summer months, it removes heat from inside air to cool your house. They are heated and cooled throughout the year using refrigerant, which is powered by electricity. Homeowners may not need to build separate heating systems because they handle both cooling and heating. An electric heat strip can be added to the indoor fan in colder climates.

    A gas furnace is a type of natural gas-powered home heating system. The furnace ignites the natural gas, warming the air before distributing it throughout the house. All of a gas furnace’s parts must be operating in unison for it to be fully functional. The components of a gas furnace are as follows:

    • Thermostat: Your HVAC system’s communication hub is the thermostat. The thermostat instructs the heater to switch on when the air in your home becomes too cold.
    • Draft Hood/Fan: The draft hood or fan directs air toward the burners, where it ignites and warms the air before it is redistributed throughout the home.
    • Burners: They are the metal tubes that natural gas passes through in order to heat entering air.
    • Heat Exchange: Burners heat metal tubes in the heat exchanger, which is used to warm the furnace’s interior air.
    • Blower: The blower guides air entering your home through the ducts towards the heat exchanger before rerouting it to be spread throughout the entire house.
    • Flue: The combustion gas waste is collected in a vent called a flue, which then directs it outside and away from the house.

    No, not always. It’s crucial to buy an air conditioner that fits your house properly. A larger air conditioner will cool your house more quickly, but it will also be less effective removing humidity. There will be brief cycles in it. Although it cools the air rapidly, it won’t pump enough air across the indoor coil to drain water from your system before it turns off. As a result, there will be too much moisture in the air, which may cause mold and mildew to grow within your house.

    We advise servicing your air conditioner once a year. This will prolong the lifespan of your system, keep it operating smoothly and efficiently, and save you money on energy and maintenance. Putting off air conditioning service or repair will make it operate badly and break down more frequently. Delaying maintenance in an effort to save money could end up costing you more in energy costs and possibly in repairs.