Whether you’re in need of a checkup or a full heat pump we ready to assist. Don’t let a small issue turn into a catastrophe, contact us today for your heat pump services.
Our experts are well trained in handling any type of heat pump repairs and are equipped with the skill and technology needed to get the job done right.
Standard heat pump repair
Ductless heat pump repair
Geothermal heat pump repair
For reliable heat pump repair throughout Lebanon, Lancaster, Berk’s County, and the surrounding areas, give New Aire Tech a call at (717) 304-2388.
Common Heat Pump Problems:
Your heat pump will usually let you know if it’s having trouble, displaying fairly clear warning signs that are easily recognized. You may need to consider heat pump repair if you notice the following:
Over Frequency- If your heat pump is cycling on and off too often, or much more often than usual, it may need repairs. This issue often indicates a dirty filter or a clog in the system.
Unchanged Temperature- If your heat pump doesn’t respond to dramatic changes in temperature, it’s a good indication of a large issue. Be sure to check that all of your controls are set appropriately, and if they are, contact a professional immediately.
Weak heating and cooling- If your pump seems to be having trouble dealing with its workload, it may lack the appropriate amount of refrigerant. This issue requires help from a professional, as refrigerant can be hazardous, and should not be handled lightly.
Heavy Noise- You can expect some small measure of sound to be normal in the operation of the pump. But, if the sound is louder than normal, or the pump is making a noise you’ve never heard before, you should get heat pump repairs. It may turn out to be nothing, but many issues can come of unusual noise including loose or broken parts, weak seals, or a damaged belt.
Spikes In Utility Costs- This could be any number of issues, some that have nothing to do with your heat pump at all! However, if you’re experiencing higher than usual heating and cooling costs, your unit may lack efficiency due to age.
Most of the time, an adequately maintained heat pump can get away with fifteen or so years of faithful service. If your heat pump is getting up there in the years, it may be a good idea to consider replacement. A fresh pump is considerably more energy-efficient, stronger and requires much less maintenance.