Heat Pump Repair Services

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Heat pumps are one of the best ways to heat your home. Heat pumps act as both air conditioners and heaters, providing your home with comfort all year round.

This means you only need one HVAC system to heat and cool your home. While there are advantages to not having a separate furnace, a system that works year round really needs proper maintenance – to avoid costly repairs and to avoid a crisis of having your system fail during extreme temperatures.

At Classic, we maintain and repair heat pumps keeping you comfortable every month of the year.

Why Hire Classic Services for Your Heat Pump Repair?

 We’ve found that heat pump systems are one of the best ways of providing both.

Our experience in both heat pump installation and heat pump repairs has given us the tools and knowledge we need to repair practically any heat pump problem. When your heat pump cannot be repaired, we can replace it. You can count on us for exceptional customer service, great prices, and effective repairs.

Signs Your Heat Pump May Require Service or Repairs

There are a number of different signs that your heat pump may require maintenance or repairs; it might be making strange noises, not starting at all, or not heating or cooling properly. Here are a few of the most common signs that repairs or maintenance are needed:

Electric Bills Increasing

Wear and tear can reduce your heat pump’s energy efficiency—and that can mean an increase in your electrical bills. From simple fixes like cleaning dirty coils and clogged filters to more complicated tasks like repairing broken thermostats and patching refrigerant leaks, our team can fix your heat pump, restoring its energy efficiency and preventing future problems.

Unpleasant Odors

Sometimes heat pumps should be hot, and other times they should be cold—but they should absolutely never be smelly. When there are strange odors coming from your heat pump, it could be a sign of mold or other plant growth. Pests may also have burrowed their way into the outdoor part of your unit.

Our technicians will find the source of the unpleasant odors, then eliminate them. There are times when the odors can be caused by electrical problems—overheating electrical components can create an almost fishy smell. When that’s the case, we’ll repair or replace any electrical components that are damaged.

Excessive Noise

  • All heat pumps make some noise—but when yours is making excessive noise, it may be time for repairs. There are several different problems that can lead to noise, including:
  • Failing motors (buzzing and vibrating)
  • Problems with valves (whooshing and hissing)
  • Damaged fans (clicking)
  • Damaged belts (clicking)
  • A damaged rod (clicking)
  • Refrigerant leaks (hissing)

These problems don’t just create noise—they make your heat pump less efficient and reduce its lifespan. When you hear these noises, you should call the professionals at Classic; we’ll give your heat pump a little TLC and repair any damage or broken parts.

Inconsistent Temperature Control

Your heat pump has two jobs—to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. There are a number of different issues that can cause it to fail at these jobs; fortunately, repairing your heat pump will improve temperature control and consistency almost every time. Here are a few of the things that can cause a heat pump’s temperature to be inconsistent:

  • Problems with your thermostat
  • Dirty filters
  • Dirty AC coils
  • Problems with the reversing valve
  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Duct leaks
  • Blockages in the outdoor unit
  • And more

The pros at Classic will diagnose the problems that are stopping your heat pump from doing its job—then, they’ll repair those problems. Once the problem is fixed, your heat pump will probably be more energy efficient, too.

Should I Repair or Replace My Heat Pump?

There’s no simple answer as to whether or not you should repair or replace your heat pump. You’ll need to consider a variety of factors, including:

  • The cost of repairs
  • The viability of repairs
  • The age of your heat pump
  • The efficiency of your heat pump
  • And more

When your heat pump is relatively new and the cost of repairs is relatively low, repairing your heat pump is the best way to go. Older heat pumps, on the other hand, may already be near the end of their useful lifespan. At that point, the number of repairs you’ll need will start increasing, and it’s often a better idea to replace your heat pump.

New heat pumps are also more energy efficient—this can lead to substantial savings over time. When repairs are costly and your heat pump is old, replacement is often the best way to go.

Aside from repairs, Classic Services also handles furnace repair and installations. We can help you pick the perfect heat pump for your home or business!

Contact Classic Services for Quick, First-Rate Heat Pump Repair Services

When your heat pump breaks down or stops working as efficiently as you need it to, you need quick, efficient repairs.

You can count on Classic Services. With years of experience repairing heat pumps, we’ll find the problem and fix it in no time flat. We’re upfront about costs, and we’ll be happy to advise you on whether or not to repair or replace your heat pump.

Keep comfortable year round—and keep your peace of mind. Call Classic for heat pump repairs today!