Heat Pump Repairs in NJ, PA & DE
A heat pump is a great way to keep your home comfortable, but working year-round can put your system under quite a lot of stress. Sooner or later, you’ll need a reliable expert to handle repairs. When that time comes, let the expert team at Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air, & Electrical take care of everything promptly, effectively, and professionally.
We make getting things back to normal easy with honest pricing, same-day service, and straightforward financing options. Just leave it to our team, and you’ll be warm (or cool) again in no time.
Dependable Heat Pump Repair
Heat pumps work like air conditioners, using refrigerant and heat exchangers to move heat around. That’s why they tend to be reliable and resilient — but that doesn’t mean they never need a little care. When you notice refrigerant leaking, can’t get your system to switch between heating and cooling, have breakers flipping instantly, or have the fan go out, don’t panic. Our same-day service guarantees you’ll be back to enjoying high-efficiency comfort quickly, courtesy of the Harris HVAC team.
Signs You Need Heat Pump Repair
Not all heat pump problems are apparent. Sometimes a system lingers on, getting worse and causing issues for weeks or months before it gets so bad that you know you need to make a call.
Call our team if you notice the following problems with your heat pump:
- Changes in cooling or heating ability
- Strange noises or smells
- A spike in energy bills
- The system ignores the thermostat settings
- Refrigerate or condensate line leaks
Why Choose Harris Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electrical?
When your heat pump needs professional help, make Harris your first call. Our customers will attest that we deliver an excellent experience with great technicians, honest pricing, and prompt solutions when you need them most. When you need help keeping your home comfortable, turn to Harris for superior service.
Heat Pump Repair FAQs
To reset your heat pump, ensure it’s entirely cut off from electricity for at least five minutes. To do this, switch off the power at the heat pump — either on the unit or somewhere nearby — and flip the breaker at your panel box that governs it off. After waiting five minutes, turn the breaker on, followed by the heat pump.
Heat pumps last between 10 and 20 years. If that seems like a wide window, it’s because the longevity of your heat pump will depend on how much you use it throughout the year. If it’s only used as supplemental heat for a furnace, it will last much longer than if it’s your primary heating and cooling every day of the year.
Harris is Here for All of Your Heating Needs!
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- Financing Available
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Harris Plumbing, Heating, Air, & Electric is Proudly & Professionally Offering Heat Pump Services in NJ, DE & PA.