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Heat Pump Repair

If your Heat Pump at home fits any of the following categories, it’s time to call the professionals. We can complete most repairs in a single visit, or even in an emergency, and we’ll also help you decide if replacing your heat pump is actually the better option.

  • Loud noises: Any heat pump that is distractingly loud probably needs a professional inspection and repair. Don’t assume that unusual or loud noises are simply annoying or merely a temporary inconvenience. Strange sounds like rattling, groaning, or other mechanical sounds are cause for concern that real damage may be occurring every day that the sound continues. Have an HVAC technician from R&C Heating and Cooling Service inspect it right away.

  • Increasing electricity bills: If you’ve been watching your electricity bills creep up month after month but you aren’t sure why or haven’t changed your usage habits, an inefficient or problematic heat pump may be to blame. Even if it’s not the culprit, Southern California utility prices are continuing to rise, so making sure your heat pump is efficient or considering a new one may be the best way to rein in your energy bills.

  • Short cycles (clicking on and off): A Heat Pump should not switch on and off constantly or shut off before reaching the desired temperature. If this is occurring in your home, the shortened heat pump cycling may be caused by a buildup of dirt or debris that prevents air from flowing through the system and thus reduces the heat pump’s efficiency. Sometimes the issue is electronic, and a malfunctioning thermostat is to blame. Either way, R&C Heating and Cooling Service can fix the issue in a single visit.

  • Low heating power: If your home’s heat pump generates strong airflow but the air isn’t warm enough, the thermostat may be on the wrong setting or malfunctioning, or the problem is with the reversing valve that switches between warm and cool air. Sometimes, reduced heat can also stem from an issue with the compressor or a refrigerant leak, so contact our team for an accurate diagnosis.

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