Heat Pump Repair

Heat Pump Repair Benefits Your Home All Year Long

Heat Pump Repair

Consider heat pump repair in the spring and the fall. A timely repair visit restores your unit before the winter and summer seasons; temperature peaks and valleys will stress your HVAC system the most. A failure to your heat pump is like a leaky roof. You’ll notice it and need to address it in any season. It makes sense to invest in heat pump repair as the unit is responsible for your complete heating and cooling needs. You could avoid a premature replacement and keep your unit operating at peak efficiency.

What Happens During a Typical Heat Pump Repair Visit?

Call in an expert if you think you need heat pump repair. Depending on the age of your unit and the source of your problem, a certified technician will follow the best repair approach.

Here are the steps a professional might follow in an average repair visit:

  • Replace or clean filters.
  • Balance the fan and clean the coils.
  • Check the refrigerant level and charge the unit with additional refrigerant if needed.
  • Inspect all mechanical and electrical components like the bearings, motor, and wiring.
  • Replace worn parts.
  • Monitor the airflow throughout your home.
  • Observe the repaired unit in operation to prevent another service call.
  • Follow-up on any customer concerns and ensure complete satisfaction with the work.

Brown’s Heating and Plumbing – Heat Pump Repair Since 1964

Brown’s Heating and Plumbing has over five decades of experience. Though we’re proud to offer the Trane line for new installations, we also have the training and experience to service all makes and models of equipment. Our approach is to work towards a repair first and recommend a replacement only if the situation warrants a new install. Saving you money and maintaining your comfort is our priority.

Count on the experts at Brown’s to repair your investment and keep you comfortable all year long. Call 803-222-7264 to set up cost effective heat pump repair for your home.

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