When your HVAC equipment reaches the end of its lifespan, you need a replacement—and fast! If you’re looking for a company that installs high-quality furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps, look no further than Rick’s Heating & Cooling. Not only do we supply top-notch equipment, but our technicians can expertly install your replacement HVAC system to ensure superior home comfort and energy efficiency.
Contact us today at 513-899-6005 to schedule HVAC replacement in the Cincinnati area.
At Rick’s Heating & Cooling, we install replacement gas furnaces and oil furnaces to keep your home warm all winter, regardless of your fuel preference. We partner with Armstrong Air to deliver units ranging from 80 to 95 AFUE to meet all budgets and performance expectations.
If you’re not sure which efficiency rating you should invest in, we can perform a cost analysis to help you determine how long it will take for a high-efficiency furnace replacement to pay for itself in energy savings. This ensures you make the most economical investment for your home heating needs.
Air Conditioner Replacement
Are you feeling overheated in your Cincinnati home? Your air conditioner might be on its last leg if it can’t keep up with the cooling demand.
When you choose Rick’s Heating & Cooling to replace your air conditioner, you get your pick of several Concord and Armstrong Air models ranging from 13 to 18 SEER to match any budget and meet your efficiency requirements. In addition to recommending the most economical SEER rating, we also take the time to carefully size your air conditioner replacement to ensure it cools your home as effectively as possible.
Heat Pump Replacement
Heat pumps are one of the most efficient ways to keep your home comfortable in every season. Whether you currently have a heat pump or you’re interested in replacing your air conditioner and furnace with this ingenious, two-in-one heating and cooling machine, we have you covered! We perform heat pump replacement services for homes and businesses throughout Southwest Ohio.
When to Replace Your HVAC System
The next time your HVAC equipment breaks down, call a technician from Rick’s Heating & Cooling to come take a look. Our professionals can diagnose the problem to determine is a repair is possible. However, if one or more of the following statements are true, it may be in your best interest to replace the equipment:
- The system is over 10 years old. When HVAC equipment breaks down after being in service for over a decade, a costly repair may not be worth keeping the outdated system running.
- The equipment requires frequent service. HVAC systems are robust, so if yours keeps breaking down, this could signal that it has reached the end of its lifespan.
- Your energy bills are on the rise. Compare this season’s energy usage to recent years. If it’s significantly higher than it once was, investing in new heating and cooling equipment is certain to bring energy costs back down.
- You experience comfort problems at home. Humidity problems or temperature differences between rooms could mean your system has lost the ability to keep your home comfortable, which indicates that a replacement may be necessary.
Schedule HVAC Replacement in Cincinnati Today!
We understand the hassle and inconvenience of replacing your old HVAC system. That’s why we make the upgrade as painless as possible with a 2-hour appointment window and call-ahead service available. This way, you don’t spend your day waiting around for a technician to arrive at your home.
To schedule HVAC replacement services in Morrow, Lebanon, Mason, Cincinnati, or another southwestern Ohio community, please contact Rick’s Heating & Cooling today!
Our Service Area
We offer HVAC replacement in Cincinnati, Morrow, Maineville, Lebanon, Mason, Amelia, Batavia, Blanchester, Blue Ashe, Deer Park, Fairfield, Fayetteville, Franklin, Goshen, Hamilton, Kings Mill, Lebanon, Liberty Township, Loveland, Madeira, Middletown, Milford, Monroe, Mount Orab, Norwood, Oregonia, Reading, Sharonville, South Lebanon, Springboro, Terrace Park, Waynesville, West Chester, Wilmington, and Wyoming, Ohio.