Heat Pump Repairs in Orlando & Jacksonville, FL
To schedule heat pump repair in Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa & Haines City, FL, contact Air Flow Designs online now!
Signs You Need Heat Pump Repair at Your Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa & Haines City, FL Home
If your heat pump is not heating or cooling properly, it ices up, or it cycles on and off too often, the chances are good that you need heat pump repairs right away.
At Air Flow Designs, we are the HVAC provider that your neighbors count on for heat pump repairs throughout the Orlando and Jacksonville areas. We are well-equipped and fully stocked, and our expert technicians can repair almost any heat pump problem, including:
- Valve and compressor issues
- Iced-over coils
- Low levels of refrigerant and refrigerant leaks
- Outdoor fan motor problems
- Defrosting problems due to faulty relays, controls, or sensors
- And much more!
How Efficiency Saves You Money
Most heating systems are designed to directly generate heat for your home. A furnace does this by burning natural gas to heat air, while electric heaters use electrical resistance to generate heat in a conductor. Heat pumps use a fundamentally different approach.
Heat Pump Repair Troubleshooting: What to Do If Your System Freezes or Ices Over
If your unit is icing over, you may need heat pump repair service. In the meantime, don’t use a hard or pointy object to try to chip away the ice. Coils and components can be very susceptible to puncturing and other damage. And when that happens, you may need more extensive and expensive heat pump repairs.
Instead, if your system freezes up:
- Turn it off.
- Contact Air Flow Designs for our heat pump repair service. We can quickly diagnose and fix the problem, restoring your heat pump to optimal condition ASAP.
The Cost of Heat Pump Repair at Air Flow Designs
At Air Flow Designs, our experts are proud to provide the quality heat pump repair service you demand, along with the honest advice and fair prices you deserve.
When you call us for heat pump repair, we will:
- Come to your location
- Complete a full diagnosis of your system
- Quote you a flat rate for the heat pump repair before any work is done — no hidden costs, no surcharges!
If your system is still under warranty, we can help! Many manufacturer warranties cover repairs or replacements for certain parts (without the labor). At Air Flow Designs, we’ll exercise your warranty, order the parts you need, and install them for a flat fee. With us, you only pay for the job, not by the hour. So, whether it takes an hour or three for your system’s heat pump repair, you only pay the upfront price we’ve quoted you!
To schedule heat pump repair service in Jacksonville, Tampa, Haines City, or Orlando, FL, contact Air Flow Designs online now.
Frequently Asked Questions About Heat Pumps
Why Is My Heat Pump Leaking Water?
In cooling mode, a heat pump also dehumidifies your home, drawing moisture out of the air. That moisture condenses and falls onto a drip pan, which has a drain to carry it away. If the drain becomes clogged with algae, dirt, or other debris, the drain pan may fill and overflow. Leaking water may also be the result of an evaporator that has frozen and is now thawing.
Why is my heat pump blowing cold air?
If your heat pump is blowing cool or cold air in the winter, it may be just defrosting. During the defrost cycle, the heat pump will temporally enter cooling mode to remove frost or ice from the outside coil. If it does not resume normal operation in a reasonable amount of time, there may be more serious issues present — like a faulty reversing valve — that will require professional heat pump repairs. Contact our team at Air Flow Designs today for assistance.
How do heat pumps manage to provide both warm and cool air?
Heat pumps are a type of HVAC or central heating and cooling system that transfers heat from a cold area to a hot area. Depending on your thermostat settings, heat pumps can function to provide your home with warm or cool air.
So, when temperatures drop in Florida, heat pumps source warm air through ever-present heat energy. They move this warm air from one area to another to keep homes warm in the winter. In contrast, when it’s warm outside, these systems operate in reverse to remove heat from homes and keep them cool.
Heat pumps, like air conditioners, consist of two main parts. The first is an indoor unit or air handler unit. The second is an outdoor unit or condenser. These two parts work together to evenly distribute hot or cold air throughout homes and keep them comfortable no matter what season it is.
Do you have more questions about your heat pump? Contact our HVAC experts today!
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