Orlando, FL’s Best Heat Pump Repair Company
Certified Climate Control Offers Complete Heat Pump Service
If your home doesn’t feel as cool and comfortable as it should, Certified Climate Control is here for comprehensive heat pump service and repairs for customers throughout Seminole, Volusia, and Orange counties in Florida. Our belief is simple. We treat customers the way we expect to be treated. That means timely services, accurate diagnoses, affordable repairs, and treating you and your home with respect. Are you having issues with your heat pump? Contact us today.
Comprehensive Heat Pump Repairs
Heat pumps are a fantastic energy-efficient option for cooling and heating your home. But like any appliance, due to frequent use and intricate parts, they may require repairs from time to time. If your heat pump was purchased and installed by our technicians, you might have warranty coverage through the manufacturer or one of our extended warranty offers. We can help determine what repairs fall in this category. If your unit wasn’t purchased and installed by us, no worries. Our full-service heat pump repair company can properly assess any issues you’re facing and provide you with a recommendation for the best solution.
Signs Your Heat Pump Needs Repair
As a homeowner, it’s critical you pay attention to any warning signs your heat pump shows that signal it might need some attention. One of the best ways to stay ahead of unexpected problems or emergency issues is with our Certified Protection Plan. This is a proactive approach to servicing your equipment each season to ensure it’s working correctly and repairs are made before they’re an issue. Whether or not you have a plan, pay attention to signs, such as:
If you notice your electricity bills are much higher than usual and you haven’t added a new appliance or increased your usage, there could be an issue with your heat pump.
Heat pumps will make a low humming noise while operating, but anything louder that sounds like rattling, grinding, or screeching isn’t normal.
If your home feels warmer and the thermostat isn’t reaching your desired temperature, give us a call to find out what’s wrong with your heat pump.
Yes, even in Florida, if ice is forming on your heat pump, there is likely an issue with the defrost mechanism. This could be due to a number of reasons, and our techs will uncover why.
How Long Do Heat Pumps Last?
Heat pumps have a lifespan of about 10-15 years, similar to a traditional central air conditioning unit.
Is It Better to Replace or Repair a Heat Pump?
The answer to this question depends on a few considerations, such as the age of the unit and the frequency in which you’ve had to call for repairs. A good rule to follow is if your heat pump is more than 10 years old, it’s better to have a new heat pump installed. At that age, you’re getting to the end of the life expectancy and might spend more on repairs as it decreases in efficiency if you try to get more years out of it.
Why Should I Have My Heat Pump Serviced?
If you notice any of the warning signs noted above, but your heat pump still seems to be cooling your home, don’t ignore the symptoms. Call us for heat pump repair services promptly because it will often result in a lower cost repair and minimize further damage to the unit. Being proactive will save you money and ensure you don’t have to replace the heat pump before its expected lifespan is up.
What Are Common Heat Pump Problems?
We have been providing professional HVAC installation and repair services for residential customers for years. It’s safe to say there isn’t an issue you’re facing we haven’t seen before. Common heat pump problems include:
- Broken coils
- Malfunctioning thermostats
- Faulty motors
- Low refrigerant levels
- Ductwork maintenance and leaks
Schedule Heat Pump Repair in Orlando, FL
When your heat pump isn’t working as expected, contact Certified Climate Control in Orlando, FL. We offer professional and timely services to bring your home back to comfortable levels. Our team is standing by to answer your call six days a week until 10:00 pm. Contact us today.