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Does your home’s heating and cooling system use a heat pump? While heat pumps are known for their durability and longevity, it’s not uncommon for these units to require repairs on occasion. At The Plumber, Heating & Cooling, we specialize in a variety of heat pump repairs, making our team highly equipped to implement the best solution to address your unit’s problems. If you notice any minor or major issues with your heat pump, scheduling an appointment for one of our technicians to troubleshoot the problem will ensure your unit can continue to heat and cool your home properly.
Here are some of the most common heat pump problems our HVAC team can address:
- Lack of sufficient heat. There are many reasons why heat may not be coming from your heat pump, such as low refrigerant charge or dirty air filters. Our experienced technicians will be able to identify the source of the problem and make the necessary repairs.
- Strange noises. As one of the most common signs of a problem, loud or banging noises coming from a heat pump can indicate refrigerant leaks or duct leaks. Your technician will be able to diagnose the problem and perform the repairs needed.
- Failing to switch to heating mode. Because heat pumps are supposed to easily switch from heat mode to air mode with a reversing valve, failure to switch modes may mean the unit’s thermostat is not working or that the valve needs to be replaced.
Being aware of the types of problems that can occur with heat pumps will help you identify any issues that may arise. If you have regular maintenance done on your unit, you likely won’t experience too many problems. However, having even the most minor issues rectified will ensure your heat pump can operate at its best during both the warm and cold months.
Contact The Plumber, Heating & Cooling, and learn more about our heat pump repair services.