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Heat Pump Repair

Heat Pump Repair in Fairfield & Western New Haven Counties, CT

Whether your heat pump is providing heating in the winter, cooling in the summer, or just spot comfort in the “between” seasons, you want it to be running reliably at all times. If yours is not, or if you’re experiencing a heat pump breakdown at the moment, you’ll be glad to know that you’ve come to the right place. Tyler Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration LLC has you covered!

Our certified, licensed, and insured heat pump contractors offer full-service heat pump repair and heat pump services, providing you with a single source for your comfort needs all year long. We understand how important comfort in your home is to you, which is why we offer top-quality service and dependable workmanship for every job, no matter the simplicity or complexity of the issue.

Need heat pump repair “near me” in Fairfield and western New Haven counties? Contact us online or call 203-378-4700 now to schedule service!

Signs You Need Heat Pump Repair

heat pump repairRemember that when your heat pump is not turning on, calling for repair as soon as possible is vital to avoid compound complications and higher repair cost! Call on our heat pump service professionals to avoid a breakdown if you notice:

  • Dips in heating or cooling performance. Connecticut weather can be unpredictable, but your heat pump should be more than a match for any of it when it is operating correctly.
  • Loud noises during operation. When an HVAC contractor hears about odd noises, we immediately think that a component has worn out, come loose, or has broken. And we’re usually right! In nearly all cases, an odd noise indicates a damaged part.
  • Cold air blowing instead of heat—or vice versa, of course. This can happen because the reversing valve—the part responsible for switching between modes in a heat pump—has become stuck or damaged.
  • High energy costs. Heat pumps are one of the most efficient HVAC options out there, and changes in your energy costs should be noted and diagnosed right away.

As an important note, you may have heard that a heat pump has problems in cold weather because it cannot extract enough heat. Modern heat pumps have circumvented this issue by adding auxiliary heating. Essentially, if the temperature is too low, your heat pump just temporarily becomes a furnace in terms of how it operates.

Why Choose Tyler Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration LLC for Heat Pump Repair?

At Tyler Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration LLC, our team wants to provide dependable service, cost-efficient solutions, and the service you need—not just a sale. When properly cared for, a heat pump should last you 15 to 20 years, and in order to ensure you get that, we offer precision repair services in addition to our maintenance and replacement services.

When you need a service team you can trust, and one that strives to be exceptional across the board, you want us! Connect with our Connecticut heat pump contractors online, or give us a call to schedule repair now!

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Disclaimer: The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.