Heat Pump Repair
Get Your Heat Pump Fixed Today!
Is your heat pump broken or not working? If so, we can help repair your heat pump. Our service technicians are experienced, trained and able to identify and solve your problem. We will look over your entire system, identify the cause of the issues and let you know of any areas that may be future problems. Whether your heat pump is low on refrigerant or in need of a new thermostat, it is likely that our fully stocked van has the part you need. Call us today at 250-800-5041 for heat pump repair.
At 360 Comfort Systems, our HVAC technicians are trained and certified in all heat pump repairs in order to properly assess and fix your heat pump issue.
Signs You Need a Heat Pump Repair
If you notice your heat pump isn't working as effectively as it should, you should look out for the following signs that your heat pump needs a repair:
- Your heat pump is not heating and cooling well.
- Your energy bills are dramatically higher than usual.
- There is an odd noise coming from your heat pump.
If you notice any of these signs, do not hesitate to reach out to us. 360 Comfort Systems is dedicated to providing you with all-around comfort the whole year.
The life expectancy of a residential heat pump can vary depending on the make and model, but it's typically around 10-15 years. Proper maintenance is key to ensuring that your heat pump lasts as long as possible. Make sure to have your air conditioning unit serviced regularly by a qualified technician. This will help to ensure that all the components are working properly and that there is no build-up of dirt or dust. Regular maintenance can help to extend the life of your heat pump by up to 50%.
There are several potential causes for a heat pump to stop working. One common cause is low coolant levels. The coolant, or refrigerant, is what helps your heat pump transfer heat, so if it's low, the heat pump won't work as well. Another potential cause could be an airflow obstruction in the outdoor unit. This could be something as simple as leaves or debris blocking the airflow. Lastly, a shelled capacitor could also cause your heat pump to malfunction. If you're having trouble with your heat pump, it's best to call an HVAC professional for help diagnosing and repairing the issue.
If your heat pump is not working, you will likely see one or more of the following problems:
-The heat pump will not turn on at all.
-The unit will turn on but the air it puts out isn’t the right temperature.
-The heat pump is making unusual noises or creating foul odors.
If you are experiencing any of these problems, please call a technician for heat pump repair immediately.
Local Heat Pump Repair Services
If your heat pump is malfunctioning or breaking, 360 Comfort Systems can help. Our staff of professional HVAC technicians specialize in both standard and ductless heat pump system repair and service. We will be able to determine what is causing your system to malfunction and fix it so that your heat pump is able to heat and cool your home efficiently and effectively once again.
How to Reduce Future Heat Pump Repairs
To reduce the cost and frequency of future heat pump repairs, we recommend that you have your heat pump serviced at least one or two times per year. If you use your heat pump for both heating and cooling, having your system serviced twice a year will help it run at its peak efficiency. Getting your heat pump serviced on a regular basis will also help you spot issues early on.
Benefits of Heat Pump Maintenance
There are many benefits of heat pump maintenance, such as:
- Your heat pump lasts longer.
- Your heat pump’s warranty will not be voided.
- Your heat pump is more efficient.
Another benefit to having your heat pump serviced is that it will require less frequent repairs. To get your heat pump repaired, give 360 Comfort Systems a call today!