Stay Comfortable Year-Round
You want to stay comfortable every day of the year. Living in Florida, it’s important to have efficient air conditioning, but you need functioning heating, as well. Did you know there’s a system that can tackle both heating and cooling? Heat pumps provide year-round home comfort for homeowners and businesses alike.
At Waychoff’s, your comfort is our top priority. We provide services for repairs, tune-ups, maintenance, and replacements. No matter your system, we have the expertise and experience to restore your comfort.
What is a Heat Pump?
Looking to both heat and cool your home? A heat pump can efficiently heat and cool an indoor space. These dual-use systems remove heat from the air in the summer and bring the heat in during the winter.
These systems work similarly to air conditioning units. It takes heat from the indoor air and moves it outside to cool down the space. It reverses this process in the winter to provide heat by taking outdoor heat and transferring it inside.
Heat pumps typically last between 14-16 years depending on how frequently it is maintained and used.
…” our unit is so clean and the air smells fresh again”
Expert Heat Pump Technicians
When you’re experiencing higher than normal energy use, increased utility bills, and inconsistent heating, these are all signs your heater needs repair. Call on an expert technician to inspect your system and diagnose the issue.
Don’t just contact any professional — call on Waychoff’s Air Conditioning. Our HVAC technicians have the knowledge and training to provide you with state-of-the-art heating services.
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Why Choose Waychoff’s
Since 2001, Waychoff’s has provided exceptional air conditioning and heating services, all while providing outstanding customer service and care to the Jacksonville community. Over time we have grown to a fleet of trucks led by highly trained technicians in three locations. When you call on Waychoff’s for repair services, we get the job done right the first time.
Residents choose Waychoff’s for our excellent benefits:
What Are the Regional and Commercial HVAC Equipment Testing Standards?
Effective January 1, 2023, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will update its efficiency and testing standards for residential and commercial HVAC equipment. All regulatory changes will differ by product type and region. Since the updated standards will result in price increases across all HVAC contractors, now is the time to buy the equipment you need for your home or business.
The minimum efficiency standards for residential and commercial air conditioners and heat pumps manufactured after January 1, 2023, will increase. This change will increase production efficiency and national energy savings while decreasing national energy consumption.
Northern U.S. & Canada
All split-system air conditioners, split-system heat pumps, and packaged units manufactured after January 1, 2023, must meet the updated standards. However, split-system air conditioners, split-system heat pumps, and packaged units manufactured before January 1, 2023, can be installed indefinitely. The efficiency rating for air conditioners will increase from 13 SEER to 15 SEER in these regions.
Split-system air conditioners manufactured before January 1, 2023, can’t be installed once the updated standards take effect. All installations of products that don’t meet the new standards must be completed by December 31, 2022. However, split-system heat pumps, single-packaged air conditioners, and single-packaged heat pumps manufactured after January 1, 2023, can be installed indefinitely. The efficiency rating for air conditioners will increase from 14 SEER to 15 SEER in both the Southwest and Southeast regions.
In addition to higher minimum efficiency standards, the M1 testing procedures used for residential and 3 to 5-ton light commercial, single-phase equipment manufactured on or after January 1, 2023, will increase. This change will produce more accurate SEER, EER, and HSPF efficiency ratings. Manufacturers will be required to re-test equipment using the new M1 Standard requirements as well as publish equipment efficiency ratings using the new efficiency metrics of SEER2, EER2, and HSPF2.