A layer of ice normally forms on heat pump coils when there is a blockage, broken sensor or leaking refrigerant.
Checking your settings or cleaning the heat pump can easily fix compressor or refrigerant problems within the unit.
Some units have reached their maximum lifespan and a heat pump repair will only lead to additional expenses.
Whether you request emergency heat pump service or schedule a repair appointment in the future, you can count on any of our NATE-certified professionals to get the job done the right way, the first time.
We equip our heat pump repair service techs with advanced diagnostic equipment to quickly find the problem and get your unit back online in no time.
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