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Quality Heat Pump Service for the Inland Empire
Extreme temperatures in winter or summer here in Inland Empire usually mean that whatever you use for temperature control in your home is really put to the test. Heat pumps are the perfect HVAC system for homeowners in the area. These all-in-one heating and cooling systems keep you cool in the sweltering California heat and keep you warm during the mild winters–only when they’re working right.
Sanborn’s is the leading heat pump repair experts serving the greater San Bernardino and Redlands area. We’ve been proudly serving homeowners in the Inland Empire since the 1940s, offering honest services and quality workmanship all the while.
24-Hour Heat Pump Repair Service
If you find that your heat pump is not working just as it should, then you may have a problem. You could have low refrigerant, an airflow breach, or even a broken compressor, but whatever it is, it needs to be sorted out quickly and correctly by an Redlands HVAC professional. We know you can never predict when your heat pump will stop working properly, so at Sanborn’s we provide all of our customers with 24-hour emergency heat pump service. Whether it is an evening or weekend, our technicians are available whenever you need us.
How to Tell if You’re Experiencing Heat Pump Issues
As the weather in our part of California starts dipping down, the heat not working in your home is sure to get your attention. As with furnaces, a heat pump not working can often turn out to be an easy fix if you know what to check for. Here are some common signs from our customer service technician team to look for that indicate there’s an issue with your home heat pump:
When your heat pump runs you really shouldn’t hear much. If you’re noticing a big problem with excessive noise happening while your system runs, then it’s a good idea to contact Sanborn’s sooner rather than later.
High Heating Bills
We all know that heat pumps can use quite a bit of electricity, but if your heating bill suddenly skyrockets even when your usage remains at a reasonable level, then it’s evident that you’re having trouble with your heat pump.
Ice build up can be caused by weak air flow, or a refrigerant leak; either way, you need professional repair. Ice isn’t a normal occurrence for a heat pump, and it may cause further damage if left alone.
The term “short cycling” describes the process of your unit turning on, running for a very short amount of time, turning off, and then starting right back up again shortly after. It’s a big problem for the overall health of your heat pump and especially for the price of your heating bill.
Poor Temperature Control
Poor quality ductwork means that you’ll have poor airflow and low-quality temperature control in your home. Your heat pump is made to make you comfortable, if it’s missing the mark, don’t be afraid to schedule an inspection with us.
If you’re experiencing moldy, musty smells from your heat pump, there’s likely an issue with the condensate drain, or a heavy accumulation of dust and debris. Both of these issues result in a drastic drop in efficacy and efficiency and should be fixed by an HVAC expert quick!
Heat Pump Inspections and Heating Tune Ups
Heat pumps always demand routine care to continue providing you with the best in energy-efficiency and comfort. Our heat pump maintenance technicians offer complete system cleaning, inspections, performance evaluations, and more to provide you with a top-class tune-up service that will result in an optimized heat pump that will keep up with all of your heating and cooling needs.