In a central heating and air conditioning system, your heat pump often does double duty. In the winter, it pumps heated air into your home or business, and in the summer it removes heat from inside your building and dumps it outside to cool down your house. This essential component of your heating and air conditioning system can fail for a number of reasons.
If your heat pump is not turning on, it may be because a circuit breaker has been tripped or a fuse has been blown. The problem may also be caused by a bad defrost control, a bad reversing valve, low refrigerant, a dirty air filter, or a number of other problems in the system. We can diagnose and recommend options for repairing or replacing parts for any of these problems.
These are only a few of the problems that heat pumps can exhibit. You may be handy around the house, but diagnosing problems with your heat pump can be tricky business. Fortunately, you can call 1st Response AC and Heating, and we’ll make an appointment to diagnose and repair your heat pump at a time that is convenient for you.
If your heat pump cannot be repaired or repairing it would cost as much as or more than replacing it, we have solutions for you, as well. At 1st Response AC and Heating, we always recommend the best products for the best prices. That’s why we carry Trane products. If your heat pump needs to be replaced, we will recommend the best and most cost effective Trane heat pump for your home or business’ heating and air conditioning needs.
You may always choose another brand, and we will be happy to install any heat pump you like, after we’ve walked you through all of the best options for your space.