PRK Services, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pump Repairs’

If Your Heat Pump is Making These Noises, You Need to Have It Repaired

Monday, March 13th, 2017

A big part of keeping your heat pump in proper condition is catching problems as early as possible. The faster you can identify a problem with your heat pump, the faster you can get it repaired and the better off it’ll be. The best way to identify issues early enough to prevent them from causing a lot of damage is to schedule preventive maintenance. You should be doing that at least twice a year, once in spring and once in fall. Problems can and will crop up between appointments, though, so it’s important to know what warning signs to look for. Strange noises is at the top of the list as far as those warning signs go.

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Watch Out for These Heat Pump Problems

Monday, July 25th, 2016

If you’re using a heat pump to keep your home cool this summer, you need to be watchful for any problems that may crop up. The more you rely on your heat pump this summer, the more strain it will be put under and the more likely it will be to have issues. Let’s take a look at some of the systems that indicate a heat pump problem.

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Beware of Heat Pump Ice

Monday, July 18th, 2016

You may notice ice forming on your heat pump this summer. If so, you need to call for repairs right away. Though it may seem like confirmation that the system is working properly, it’s actually an indication of a major problem with your heat pump. Let’s take a look at why ice form on your heat pump, and the problems it causes.

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What Ice on Your Heat Pump Means

Monday, December 7th, 2015

As you rely on your heat pump to keep you warm this winter, you may notice that there is ice building up on the outside unit of the system. Don’t be alarmed; ice on the system isn’t necessarily a problem. However, it is something that you will want to watch closely. Under the wrong circumstances, ice can pose a huge threat to the heat pump. Let’s take a look at why heat pumps ice up, and when to call for repairs.

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