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Air Source Heat Pump replacement

13 years ago

I live in a condo in Pasadena (100F High & 35F Lows) and I��m not a heavy user of either heating or cooling. The current system is as old as the condo itself, a GE heat pump from 1970s (split: compressor on the roof and heat pump in the unit). Everything works fine, and the electricity bills were no so bad either. However, the maintenance suggested considering replacement. Does anybody know how much the average cost for such thing? Do they come w/ free maintenance? What��s a good brand for such? Should I wait until the system give in then replace it?


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