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Heat Pump Repair in Overland Park and Olathe, KS
Troubleshooting and Repairing Your Heat Pump
Heat pump issues are often caused by lack of system maintenance, particularly if you use your heat pump for cooling as well.
Common heat pump problems include:
This is often the result of a blocked air filter. Other causes of short cycling include a damaged blower motor and poorly sized systems. By working with a reputable and experienced HVAC contractor during the installation or replacement process, you can avoid problems that lead to short cycling and enjoy greater heating and cooling efficiency.
Frozen Outdoor Unit
The outdoor unit will automatically defrost once ice begins to build up in the coils; this prevents your heat pump from completely freezing over. If your system has pre-existing issues such as low refrigerant or damaged parts, it may have trouble defrosting and end up freezing. Our experts can help you address the problem and provide you with recommendations on how to avoid it in the future.
Lack of Warm or Cool Air
Inconsistent indoor temperatures are caused by a variety of factors, which may include: a damaged blower, blocked filters or coils, and low refrigerant levels. If you are not getting the warm (or cool) air you need, don’t hesitate to call our experts for immediate troubleshooting and learn more about your options for repair.
Unusual and Persistent Sounds
Are you hearing strange, loud noises coming from the indoor or outdoor unit? This is typically caused by loose or broken components. Call our experts for a professional inspection and recommendations for repair.