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Heat pump not performing the way it should?

We’ll save the day with responsive service and professional repairs.

When your heat pump shows signs of problems, call on us.

Customers are always complimenting us on our responsive service, fair pricing, and highly skilled techs, who are experienced in all the latest heating and cooling systems. After all, we want to be your hero, so we offer nothing less than expert heat pump repairs and excellent service.


Is your aging heat pump needing frequent repairs?

No one wants to replace their heat pump before they have to. But at some point, it will be more cost-effective to replace it than to pay for frequent repairs. We can help you determine if you’ve reached that point.

We’ll come out and assess your situation and give you honest advice. If your heat pump is worth repairing, we’ll say so. If not, we’ll discuss your best options for replacement and answer all your questions. When it comes to your budget and indoor comfort, we want you – and all of our customers – to be able to make well-informed decisions.

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FIRST UNIT: $169/year
FIRST UNIT: $89/year


Membership in the Comfort Club pays for itself with just one service call and one repair.

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Whatever brand and type of heating and cooling equipment you have, you can count on us for service done right.

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September 30, 2024

Twelve years is a long time.

And that’s how long the warranty is on Daikin equipment. Then, we offer our own Comfort Zone warranty on labor, which can also be as long as 12 years.

Daikin, a global leader in indoor comfort, has one of the best warranties in the industry. Because Comfort Zone is a certified Daikin Comfort Pro, our customers get to take advantage of this exceptionally long warranty and enjoy the extra peace of mind that comes with Daikin indoor comfort systems.

Contact us for more information on equipment and labor warranties.


Heat Pump Replacement FAQ

What can I do to keep heat pump repair costs as low as possible?

The best thing anyone can do to avoid the inconvenience and cost of expensive, preventable repairs is to have biannual preventive maintenance done. That means you should schedule preventive maintenance once a year for the cooling season and once a year for the heating season. We encourage you to check out our preventive maintenance services, as well as our preventive maintenance plan, the Comfort Club, for even more savings.

Also, schedule a service call as soon as you notice any problem with your heat pump. The earlier a problem is found and fixed, the less expensive the repair will be. In other words, delayed repair only leads to increasing damage to equipment and higher repair bills.

Why is frost forming on my heat pump?

A number of things can cause heat pump frosting. However, the most common – and easiest to fix – is a dirty or clogged air filter. A dirty filter restricts airflow, often leading to moisture build-up and frosting. We always advise our customers to change the air filter every four to six weeks to avoid a variety of problems in any type of heating and cooling system.

Although that’s the most common cause, it’s not a diagnosis of what’s going on in your case. We recommend having the heat pump checked out by a licensed HVAC company with experience in heat pump repair.

Why isn’t my heat pump switching to cool air?

The most likely reason a heat pump doesn’t switch to cool air in the cooling season or warm air in the heating season has to do with either the reversing valve or the refrigerant level.

The reversing valve may be stuck in the wrong mode, which points to a problem with the solenoid. Or, instead, the refrigerant level may be low due to a leak and the heat pump cannot deliver adequate conditioned air.

Again, these are likely reasons, but not a definitive diagnosis. We recommend contacting a licensed HVAC company with experience in heat pump repair to check out the problem.