Heat Pump Repair, Replacement & More

Looking for a Heat Pump for an Albuquerque Home?

With all the growing technology surrounding HVAC services, one request we are getting more and more is for heat pumps. Unfamiliar with heat pumps as a heating solution for your Albuquerque home? Heat pumps are essentially like mini splits—a stand-alone unit that heats up air through coils to heat your home. We also see older heat pumps that aren’t providing satisfying heating to Albuquerque homes, so that is why Bosque also offers heat pump repair and replacement.

Heat Pump Replacement in Albuquerque

While we have hot, desert summers, we also get cold winters and so often, older heat pumps don’t quite do the trick for heating Albuquerque homes. Traditional heat pumps work by bringing in outside air and heating it up. So when the air is only 32 degrees outside, this doesn’t provide much heat for inside the home. Newer models, however, work off on an inverter compressor that spins at 7,000 RPMs. This compressor creates enough heat in and of itself to heat your home. Often, we replace heat pumps in older homes with a newer model of heat pump, and then the homes are easily able to maintain comfortable, heated temperatures in the winter.

Albuquerque Heat Pump Installation

With a variety of options available for heating a home or business, heat pumps, or mini splits, are a favorite for those who want customizable heat control in different zones or rooms of the home. If your home does not have radiant heat or a furnace, chances are, it’s heated by a heat pump. For new builds, renovations, and additions, we’d love to set you up with a heat pump system to keep your space warm.

Are heat pumps and mini-splits the same thing?

Yes, and no. Traditional heat pumps still use a duct system while mini splits are ductless. However, nowadays, they work in tandem or the same mini-split unit does both heating and cooling. Just like an AC unit and a furnace use the same duct system to propel heated or cooled air into your home, mini splits and heat pumps produce both heated and cooled air for your home or business.

Needing someone to take a look at your older heat pump for repairs or replacement? Or consider a more cost-effective way to heat your home? Let the technicians at Bosque take a look at your current heating system and let you know what your options are for upgrading, replacing, or installing heat pumps to your Albuquerque home.

Call Us - 

We're Open 24/7

Commonly Asked Questions About AC Installation

What do I need to know before installing a new air conditioner in New Mexico?

Installing a new heating and air conditioning system is not an easy task. There are many factors that must align in order for you to get this done successfully, such as the size of your home or business space needed by BTUs (the amount calculated when determining how much energy will be required). You also need building code requirements along with SEER ratings on offer from different manufactures before committing yourself to something expensive!

What questions should I ask my Albuquerque HVAC contractor?

  1. What Do You Think is Wrong With My Current HVAC System?
  2. What HVAC Brands Do You Recommend (and Carry)?
  3. Can I See a Copy of Your HVAC Contractor’s License?
  4. Can You Provide Me Details of Your Liability Insurance?
  5. Who Will Install the New HVAC System?
  6. What is and What’s Not Included in the Project Quote?
  7. How Soon Can You Start Work?

When do I need an AC repair versus a new AC installation?

It is totally case by case. Every situation in every home and business is different. The best thing you can do if you have a question about your cooling system is to let one of our technicians from Bosque come out, survey your current system and the issues it’s having, and give you a variety of potential solutions.

If your AC is acting up, not cooling your home efficiently, making lots of unusual sounds, or not cooling at all, give Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call right away! We can expertly diagnose the issue and get your unit up and running so you can live and work at a comfortable temperature.

What are your hours of operation?

Bosque Heating Cooling & Plumbing is open 24/7.

Want to talk to someone?

Cities We Serve

Bosque Heating, Cooling and Plumbing provides service in the entire Albuquerque metroplex area as well as Santa Fe, and most cities within about a one-hour drive from our headquarters in Albuquerque. Not sure if we can service your area? Just give us a call. Some common cities we serve are: