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Downey Heat Pump Repair Service
Taking your heat pump for granted is easy until something goes wrong, and you can’t rely on it. Fortunately, you can avoid most sudden heat pump failures if you notice the signs that something’s wrong and call for help. Here are the most common symptoms of an ailing heat pump.
- It’s Too Noisy If you’ve owned your heat pump for a few years, you may be used to its noises, but they could be a sign of trouble. Excessive noise like rattling means there’s something wrong, and you should call a professional to determine the problem.
- Short Cycling When a heat pump, AC, or furnace turns on and off rapidly without producing the desired temperature, it’s called short cycling. Several things can cause a heat pump to short cycle, including dirty filters, thermostat malfunction, refrigerant leaks, or an incorrectly sized system. If your heat pump short cycles, call a technician to investigate as soon as possible because short cycling puts extra wear and tear on the unit and can cause it to fail prematurely.
- Poor Heating If your heat pump puts out adequate airflow but not enough heat, it could be a problem with the compressor or low refrigerant levels.
- Higher Than Average Electric Bills Finally, if you’ve noticed that your electric bills have spiked and you aren’t using your heat pump any differently, your system may need a tune-up, repair, or replacement.
If your heat pump acts up, call the heat pump service experts in Downey that people trust at Lambert Heating and Air Conditioning.
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Benefits Of A Heat Pump Installation
Are you considering upgrading to a heat pump but are still on the fence? Here are the top benefits of making the switch.
- Improved Indoor Air Quality Another advantage of a heat pump is they circulate air, which, when properly filtered, is cleaner and healthier to breathe throughout the house.
- Quiet Operation If you’ve owned or been in a home that has a traditional HVAC system, you know how noisy they can be. Even the ambient hum they produce is enough to distract people trying to relax. Heat pumps are typically quieter than air conditioners and furnaces because the compressor is outside the house.
Call the heating and cooling experts at Lambert Heating and Air Conditioning to discuss your heat pump installation options today.