Are you having issues with your HVAC heat pump system? Is the temperature indoors starting to get uncomfortable? Are your energy bills through the roof? Master Electrical Service can help. Our team of heat pump repair specialists will inspect your equipment and locate the root cause of whatever issue you’re experiencing. Then, we will make lasting repairs, so you can return to the comfort you deserve.
If you have an air-source heat pump, you’re likely relying on it for all of your home’s heating and cooling. They’re incredibly efficient, bringing in 1.5 to 3 times more heat than the energy used to generate heat in the first place.
When your air-source heat pump becomes damaged, you’re likely to use a lot more energy than you should while enjoying a fraction of the heating and cooling it can produce. At worst, your air-source heat pump might not function at all.
With Master Electrical Service, our technicians will investigate the issue and get your heat pump repaired in time for the upcoming season. If you’re stuck in an emergency, don’t worry. Our emergency heat pump repair team is available whenever you are in need.
Your ground-source heat pump or geothermal heat pump directs heat to or from the surrounding earth to heat or cool your home. Geothermal heat pumps are attractive for their high-efficiency dual-purpose functionality. However, when a component becomes damaged, it may as well be a hunk of metal and parts stuck in the ground.
When you turn on your geothermal heat pump and something sounds off, or nothing works at all, it can be a stressful moment. To avoid the stress, you need to find local heat pump repair companies you can trust. Master Electrical Service knows everything there is to know about heat pump systems. We’ll come out and get your geothermal heat pump working in no time at all.
Refrigerant is a fluid designed to shift between gas and liquid states to absorb and transfer heat. Your heat pump relies on a refrigerant to add warmth or remove heat from your home.
If your heat pump is leaking refrigerant or cannot use its refrigerant due to damage, its ability to heat or cool your home will be dramatically reduced. Old heat pumps may be using ozone-depleting refrigerants that will need to be replaced.
No matter what your heat pump’s refrigerant issue is, the professional technicians at Master Electrical Services know how to diagnose the problem and make it right.
When your heat pump is damaged, the effects are not always as obvious as a total breakdown. You’ll want to pay attention to how your unit sounds, how it behaves, or if you notice your energy bills suddenly change.
When running normally, your heat pump shouldn’t make too much noise. Sounds such as rattling, buzzing, or vibrating are unusual. When you hear any sound that’s out of the ordinary for your heat pump, something may be wrong with an internal component.
In this case, something may be loose or broken inside your heat pump. When your heat pump is making too much noise, call Master Electrical Service, and we’ll get to the bottom of it.
Your heat pump is a very energy-efficient device. However, your energy bills can be affected as your heat pump ages or when something is damaged. You might notice a gradual or sudden increase in your energy bills, to the point of becoming unreasonable.
Our technicians can investigate the cause of your increased energy bills and fix the problem at the source.
When your heat pump is running, it should be doing its job. That means heating or cooling your home until you’re comfortable. Your heat pump should not have any issues bringing your home to the temperature you desire.
If your heat pump is struggling to bring your home to the right temperature, something has gone wrong inside the unit. Our technicians will inspect your heat pump and make the necessary repairs, so you can be comfortable once again.
When your system short cycles, it will be obvious. Your unit will turn on, but only for a short period before shutting off. Then, it will turn back on and repeat the process indefinitely.
This cycling reduces your heat pump’s ability to heat or cool your home and can make a serious dent in your wallet. When you notice your heat pump short cycling, call Master Electrical Service right away to stop it from continuing.
If you’re having trouble with your heat pump, don’t hesitate. Call us at (801) 543-2222 or contact Master Electrical Services online today, and we’ll get one of our technicians to you right away.