Boonsboro Heat Pump Repair
Heat pumps are highly efficient systems. They use the energy present in the ground or air to keep your home warm in the winter, and cool in the summer. For homeowners who are concerned about environmental impact and energy efficiency, heat pumps are the ideal choice, as they reduce home heating and cooling costs, while releasing fewer CO2 emissions, which reduces your carbon footprint.
If you are considering installing a heat pump on your property, or are looking for repair and maintenance services, you have come to the right place! We, at McIntire HVAC, have a team of experienced professionals and use quality equipment to meet all your needs.
Heat Pump Contractors
Is a heat pump right for your home? Heat pumps are geothermal and work by capturing and transferring heat from one place to another, from outside to indoors during the winter and from indoors to outdoors during the summer. To determine whether or not a heat pump is suitable for your home, schedule an appointment with us, so our professionals can review your home and explain the options available to you. We can assist you in choosing the best products and provide installation services at reasonable rates.
Heat Pump Repair & Service
While heat pumps are fairly simple systems, they do consist of numerous components, which can fail to work if not taken care of properly. However, whether the heat pump you have is new or old, with proper repair and service, it will work at its optimal level. To determine if your heat pump requires repairs and service, look for the following indications:
- Icing – Ice on your heat pump builds up either because of a refrigerant leak, or a clogged air filter. Scraping off the ice does not solve the problem, which is why you need to call a professional.
- Reduced Air Flow – If the air flow is less than normal, it is highly probable the ductwork is faulty, or the air filters are clogged. Therefore, call a professional to identify the reason of the low air flow, and for repairs.
- Loud Sounds – Heat pumps operate without emitting any noise. If you hear strange sounds, chances are they are being caused by malfunctioning parts or any other issue with the pump. Unless you are trained to diagnose a heat pump issue, you have to call a professional.
- Reduce Heat – If the air seems a bit too cool, it could be due to wrong thermostat settings. It can also be an indication of a problem with the compressor, or refrigerant leak.
Heat Pump Maintenance
Heat pumps are highly efficient. However, this does not mean they do not require maintenance. Failure to maintain your unit can lead to it becoming inefficient, which in turn increases your energy bills. Not to mention, costly repairs are also a possibility which can otherwise be easily avoided.
We provide maintenance services and useful tips on the proper maintenance of your unit.