Experienced Heat Pump Contractors in Nashville
A heat pump may be the solution you need when considering installing or replacing your HVAC system. They are efficient, eco-friendly, and economical long term. Hoffmann Brothers provides experienced Nashville HVAC services that include licensed heat pump installation, repairs and maintenance. Call us at (615) 334-4890 to get started on any heat pump service in Nashville.
Licensed Nashville Heat Pump Services We Offer
What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is an HVAC system that moves and distributes air using air, water, or ground/geothermal sources for heating and cooling a home or commercial property. How does a heat pump work? Pipes are placed either vertically or horizontally in the ground and filled with water to help move cooler or warmer air from the ground to the house (and vice versa), depending on the season.
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Replace Your Heat Pump System
Have you considered a heat pump for your next whole home comfort system? Heat pumps provide both heating and cooling technology that is efficient, quiet, eco-friendly, and exceeds traditional furnace and boiler performance. Plus, mild winters make heat pumps a great heat source for Nashville homeowners.
Since heat pumps do not generate heat or cool air but move air, they use 30% to 60% less energy  and are more efficient systems than others on the market. They also save space and maintenance costs because your heating and cooling resides in one system.
Hoffmann Brothers installs American Standard Heat Pumps & Mitsubishi Ductless Heat Pumps. Heat pumps can act either as your main HVAC system or work in tandem with a secondary heating and cooling system (like an air handler or furnace) as a backup. Our team will inspect your home and work with you to determine the right fit for your home based on its unique requirements and your budget.
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At Hoffman Brothers, we recognize that every home and commercial space is different; that is why our technicians approach each heating system as a problem to be solved rather than applying “one-size-fits-all” heater solutions.
Contact Hoffmann Brothers today to inquire about our Home Protection Plan and getting your heat pump system on an annual maintenance schedule.
Nashville Heat Pump Tax Credits and Rebates
Resources for Heat Pump Incentives
Nashville, Tennessee is an excellent place for homeowners to consider investing in a high-efficiency heat pump. Not only will it help reduce energy costs and increase home comfort, but there are also tax credits and rebates available that can make the purchase even more affordable. Residents of Nashville should take advantage of these incentives to get the most out of their investment in a new or upgraded heat pump system.
- Tax Credits for Installing Heat Pumps – Up to 30% of the total cost they paid to purchase and install the new unit, capped at a maximum of $2,000
- Tennessee Savings in the Inflation Reduction Act – Rebates for energy efficiency retrofits will range from $2,000-$4,000 for individual households and up to $400,000 for multifamily buildings.
- Energy Star Rebate Finder
Under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, federal income tax credits for energy efficiency home improvements will be available through 2032. – Energy Star
Repair Heat Pump in Nashville, TN
We Can Fix Your Heat Pump
Whether the heat pump in your Nashville home or office is the primary HVAC system or not, it does a lot of work, which means repairs are likely at some point in their 15 to 20-year lifespan. Fortunately, Hoffmann Brothers has a team of experienced technicians who are able to service and repair nearly all brands of heat pumps.
You should give the professionals at Hoffmann Brothers a call for heat pump repairs if you notice:
- Unusual noises or smells
- No heat
- Insufficient heating or cooling or reduced airflow
- Inconsistencies between heat pump thermostat and actual temperature/comfort
- Spikes in the electric bill
- System running more frequently than usual
- Sudden changes in indoor air quality
- Clogged condensate drain
Give Hoffmann Brothers a call if your heat pump is showing any signs it is in need of repair.
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Annual Maintenance for Heat Pumps in Nashville, TN
Heat Pump Tune Ups
Proper maintenance is an important part of any heating and cooling system – and heat pumps are no exception. Manufacturer warranties often require it to maintain validity, but we also recommend annual or biannual maintenance appointments to keep your Nashville heat pump operating at peak performance.
Hoffmann Brothers provides Nashville heat pump maintenance for nearly all brands. Maintenance service includes:
- Clean and clear of dirt and debris
- Working properly
- Charged appropriately
- Replaced as needed
Call Hoffmann Brothers to schedule your Nashville heat pump tune-up today.
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Heat Pump Nashville Contractors – Get Started Today with Hoffmann Brothers
Hoffmann Brothers has kept homes comfortable year-round for more than 40 years. Our team of professionals are trained and experienced to provide exceptional and hassle-free heat pump service in Nashville, TN and the surrounding areas.Call us at 615-515-3015 or complete our online form to get a quote on installation or schedule your next maintenance appointment or repair.
FAQs About Heat Pump Services in Nashville, TN
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.
A heat pump system is a dual-purpose, highly efficient HVAC system that provides both heating and cooling to Nashville homes. Heat pumps are efficient, quiet, and environmentally friendly.
A heat pump uses one of three sources to supply heating and cooling: air source, water source or ground source (or geothermal). It moves hot air in the house to outside and vice versa, depending on the season, temperature, or need to heat or cool the home.
No, it is not recommended to attempt a DIY heat pump repair. These complex systems require proper training and experience to be able to diagnose, identify, and remedy the problem at hand to avoid further damage, costlier repairs, or injury (particularly from electrocution).