If your heat pump seems to struggle through the colder temperatures, call us for a tune-up. If it’s near the end of its useful life, we’ll provide recommendations so your home is as cozy or as cool as needed. We provide the expertise and guidance for heating and cooling solutions, you make the decision. Always.

Understand Heat Pump Issues

Heat Pump Blows Cold Air

It’s common for extremely cold weather to test heat pumps. A heat pump is not a combustion-based system. Instead of burning fuel to create heat, a heat pump moves heat from one area to another.

In the winter, heat pumps bring warmer air in from outside. In the summer, it extracts heat from indoor air and pumps it outdoors. Even during extreme cold, they should still work. Most have a backup system of “electric strips.” If your heat pump blows cold air, please give us a call!

Heat Pump Won’t Turn On

Your heat pump should still turn on during the colder weather days. If yours stays off, then your home’s auxiliary heat is doing all of the work.

Unfortunately, this is inefficient and results in higher heating bills. Instead of living with the higher costs, call an Energy Savers technician to diagnose the issue.

Frozen Heat Pump

Heat pumps sometimes freeze in cold weather, especially during freezing rain and temperature swings. The defrost function should turn on periodically to melt the ice.

When the defrost mode stops working, it could indicate low refrigerant levels, a dirty outdoor coil or a need to change the defrost control settings.

Other Components

When the heating or cooling malfunctions, it could be other components as well. The best way to diagnose the culprit is to call an Energy Savers HVAC technician.

Maximize Heat Pump Efficiency

No homeowner wants to suffer with a cold house in the winter. Inefficient systems increase your heating bills and take longer to heat your home. If you experience these issues, then you could need a tune-up, repair service or even a new unit.

As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Energy Savers offers a wide variety of energy efficient HVAC systems, such as the Carrier Infinity Series Heat Pump with Greenspeed Intelligence.

Why Energy Savers for Heating Repair

At Energy Savers we service and repair all brands of HVAC equipment and provide air quality solutions. Our team undergoes ongoing technical training to stay up to date on emerging technologies across all brands.

To schedule a tune-up or repair for your heat pump or any HVAC or air quality equipment, please call us. We are happy to help you keep your heating system in service, so you stay warm and comfortable all season long. When you are ready to upgrade to a new energy-efficient system, we also offer installation options.

Energy Savers provides quality products and great customer service in and around Columbus, Georgia and Opelika, Alabama. For better comfort and healthy air, call us for heating help today.