Parker Services Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pump Repair’

When to Call the Pros: 3 Heat Pump Issues You Shouldn’t Ignore

Monday, March 11th, 2024

Keeping your home just right, warm in winter and cool in summer, usually means leaning on your heat pump. It’s a key player in your home comfort, working away to regulate temperatures no matter the season.

But, as with all major home systems, it’s bound to face a few bumps in the road. Let’s take a closer look at some common heat pump issues and why getting a professional to check in regularly is more than a good idea—it’s essential to keep things running smoothly.

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Is It the Heat Pump or Thermostat’s Fault?

Monday, August 14th, 2023

When something goes wrong, there’s a serious art to diagnosing the problem. This is why many HVAC companies charge a diagnostic fee, since it’s practically half of the job and it takes a lot of effort.

Luckily, as a homeowner, there’s a bit of troubleshooting you can do on your own to narrow down the possibilities and make diagnosis easier when a professional does it.

For instance, if your heat pump is having trouble switching from heating to cooling mode, there are a few simple steps you can take to ensure it’s a problem that needs professional help, or if you can take care of it on your own.

Most of the time, heat pump repair in Tallahassee, FL will require professional support. But if you call our team and tell us about what you’ve observed with your system, it will make the process of diagnosing and fixing the issue a lot easier.

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“Why Won’t My Heat Pump Switch to Cooling Mode?”

Monday, March 28th, 2022

Although it’s pretty much hot year-round in our area, if you’re reading this blog post it means you used your heat pump in heating mode at least briefly this past winter. So, as the weather warms back up to what we’re used to, you might be ready to switch your heat pump back over to cooling mode.

But what if that just doesn’t seem to happen? A heat pump stuck in one mode or the other is actually a pretty common problem with these systems, especially if they’re aging or haven’t been well-maintained (remember, because this is a year-round HVAC system, it needs biannual maintenance tune-ups).

Read on as we dive into what may be going on if your heat pump won’t switch from heating mode to cooling mode.

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