Heat Pump Repair

Phoenix Heat Pump Repair

Restoring Comfort to Your Home

When it comes to taking care of your home and keeping your family comfortable, no one does it quite like Rainforest Plumbing & Air. Since opening our doors in 1999, our team has remained committed to offering the most reliable heating and cooling services possible. If your heat pump stops working the way it should be, don’t worry. Our skilled technicians have extensive experience working with all makes and models of heat pumps and are fully prepared to handle any repairs you may need. Equipped with advanced tools and technology, we can have your system back up and running again before you know it.

Call Rainforest Plumbing & Air at (602) 755-2995 to schedule a heat pump repair in Phoenix.

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Signs That You Need Heat Pump Repair

Your heat pump is responsible for your year-round comfort, so it is important to take good care of it. One of the best ways to ensure your system is taken care of is to be able to recognize the signs that it needs to be repaired.

Schedule heat pump repair in Phoenix if:

  • It blows cold air in heat mode
  • It blows warm air in cool mode
  • It won’t turn on
  • There was an unexpected spike in your energy bills
  • The air coming from your registers smells funky
  • It takes a long time to heat or cool your home
  • It is making loud, unusual noises

No problem is too big or too small for our HVAC technicians to take on. When your heat pump gives up at the worst possible moment, Rainforest Plumbing & Air will be there to take care of the problem. Our team is on call and prepared to offer emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply give us a call, and we will handle the rest!

Common Heat Pump Problems

While heat pumps typically require very little maintenance, the occasional repair is to be expected. We recommend becoming familiar with all of the most common causes of heat pump problems so you can prevent them from occurring.

Below are the most common causes of heat pump problems:

  • Malfunctioning or incorrectly set thermostat
  • Low or leaking refrigerant
  • Broken reversing valve
  • Dirty components
  • Damaged compressor contactor
  • Clogged coils
  • Malfunctioning heating element
  • Blocked return registers
  • Clogged or dirty air filter

To reduce the risk of heat pump problems, we recommend keeping up with routine maintenance. By having your system inspected, tested, and tuned up by a qualified professional every 6 months, you can not only lower the risk of repairs but also extend the lifespan of your system, reduce your energy consumption, lower your energy bills, and enjoy a more comfortable home.

To learn more about how Rainforest Plumbing & Air can take care of your heat pump and prevent repairs, check out our Cabana Club maintenance program.

Call Rainforest Plumbing & Air Today!

Is there anything more important than keeping your home and family comfortable? We don’t think so either. Here at Rainforest Plumbing & Air, we take our job of helping your home run smoothly very seriously. Each member of our team has undergone extensive training and is fully licensed and insured to provide the top-quality service you deserve. When your heat pump starts acting up, you can count on us to perform a thorough inspection, locate the exact source of the problem, and implement the best possible solution to get it back up and running again in no time.

Rainforest Plumbing & Air is committed to adhering to the highest standards in customer care, which is why you can always count on us to provide:

  • Upfront pricing
  • A guarantee on all of our work
  • Flexible financing options
  • Same-day service appointments
  • 24/7 emergency appointments

Don’t settle for anything less than the stellar service you deserve. Call (602) 755-2995 to schedule an appointment with one of our Phoenix heat pump repair pros.