Heat pumps are a very popular upgrade for homeowners in San Diego County. A heat pump does exactly as the name implies: it moves hot air. But did you know it can also cool your home? That is one of the biggest advantages of a heat pump; you won’t need to run two separate systems for heating and air conditioning.
If you already know about the advantages of heat pumps and have installed one in your home, you may realize that they need twice-annual service between hot and cold seasons. Or you may have run into a problem that requires repair service. Whether you need installation, replacement, repair, or maintenance, Thompson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can help!
Never ask “Where can I find heat pump service near me?” ever again! Thompson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is the name to know. Contact us online or call us at 760-842-7630 to schedule service or request information!
Upgrade Your Home with a Heat Pump Installation or Replacement
Heat pumps are also extremely efficient because they just transfer heat, rather than burn excessive fuel (gas or electricity) to actually create heat. This makes them a more environmentally-friendly choice than many other HVAC systems.
Heat pumps tend to work best in moderate climates like what we have in Southern California, so they make an excellent upgrade. Plus, you’ll likely save a little bit of money each month on your energy bills by installing a new, efficient unit. However, the best advantage will be found in the comfort and more enjoyable atmosphere within your home or building.
Thompson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning sells and installs heat pumps from Trane. We stand behind their products, and we stand behind our work, as well, with a one year guarantee on installations. If you’re ready to have a heat pump installed in your San Diego County home, call us today for an estimate—760-842-7630!
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps are very common because they are readily available, easy to install, and relatively affordable. They take heat from the air outside and pump it inside through the refrigerant loaded coils. The function could be compared to the back of your household fridge. Thompson Heating &Air Conditioning is proud to offer air source heat pumps for replacements and installations to our customers.
Do You Need Heat Pump Repair Service?
Heat pumps are reliable HVAC systems that can last many years, but, like with all systems, they will occasionally require professional repairs. If you are experiencing any of the following signs, your unit may need repairs:
- The compressor won’t start
- The indoor or outdoor fan isn’t running
- The system seems like it’s running but is not heating or cooling your home
- The unit is overheating or overcooling your home
- Any part of the heat pump won’t turn off
- The unit is leaking
- The system is making loud and unusual noises
If your heat pump is malfunctioning, don’t live in discomfort—contact Thompson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning now to set up an appointment!
Heat Pump Inspections & Tune-Ups
Having your heat pump maintained between heating and cooling seasons can help it run at peak-efficiency and prevent major breakdowns. Professional inspections and tune-ups for heat pumps can include:
- Thermostat calibration
- Air filter cleaning or replacement
- Refrigerant optimization
- Airflow testing and correction
- An electrical connection test
- Lubrication of moving parts
- Safety control inspections
- Temperature testing between supply and return air
- And more!
Are you ready for your twice-annual heat pump maintenance in San Diego County? Call us now at 760-842-7630!
San Diego County Heat Pump Services
If you are ready to have your heat pump repaired, replaced, installed, or tuned up, contact Thompson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning now to schedule an appointment or to request additional information!
Our Heat Pump Service Area
We are proud to serve the Southern California communities of Bonsall, Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, La Jolla, Oceanside, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Bernardo, San Marcos, Solana Beach, Valley Center, Vista, Murrieta, and Temecula, California.