Heat Pump Repairs and Maintenance


Heat pumps are excellent pieces of equipment because they are both heaters and air conditioners. It means that you won’t have to invest in two separate units (one for air conditioning and one for heating). Taking better care of your HVAC system also means you should perform maintenance more often. There’s always a chance that heat pumps will need repair since they run year-round. Heat pump repair is where our experts come in.

The Most Common Heat Pump Repairs

Refrigerant Leaks
Outdoor Unit Iced Over
Broken Reversing Valve
Electrical Failure

The technicians at Lotter Electrical are fully trained, friendly, and always ready to help. We can address heat pumps that freeze up, make strange noises, have blowers that won’t stop, or simply won’t heat or cool. We service homes and businesses of all kinds throughout the area and are always ready for a challenge. A heat pump has two units: one indoor unit and one outdoor unit. We’ll assess both units. If we find something that needs fixing, we’ll use our state-of-the-art tools to do it quickly and professionally.

Heat Pump Maintenance Plan

Over time, heat pumps may lose efficiency and suffer from damage if they are older than 10 years. Using our HVAC maintenance program, you will receive regular appointments with our experts to perform the necessary maintenance. A failing heat pump may save you money and discomfort from the need for heat pump repairs.

How often do heat pumps need maintenance?

Keeping a heat pump running smoothly requires maintenance. There is more maintenance involved in maintaining a heat pump than with an air conditioner. A heating system and an air conditioning unit are combined in it.

The reason for this is that you need to perform spring maintenance in order to prepare for the cooling season, and you.

Does every heat pump require ductwork?

In addition to providing comfort without ductwork, heat pumps can also provide comfort with it. It is because of this that this type of system is so versatile.

It’s important to note that you can’t have a ductless heat pump and convert it to a ducted one. It would be necessary to replace the entire system.

Heat pumps are great for most homes, especially if you want to use them as whole-home comfort systems. Be sure to discuss which type of system would be best for your residence.

(If you don’t already have ductwork, a ductless system may be the best way to go.)

Can I tune up or fix my heat pump myself?

Our team understands the appeal of do-it-yourself. You shouldn’t use YouTube videos to get your heat pump back up and running properly.