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There are some tips you can use to try and trouble shoot your heating system before you call us

Trouble shooting a malfunctioning heat pump can result from a number of issues. Some of the questions you can ask yourself are:

Is Your Heat Pump Frozen?

  • During the Winter a Heat Pump can Freeze:  defrost cycle not working, the outdoor fan not working, low refrigerant charge, the outdoor unit is physically blocked, water is dripping into the unit and is freezing. If the unit is allowed to operate during these conditions it can lead to major damage to the unit.

  • During Summer a Heat Pump can Freeze: If the system refrigerant is  low, a freeze up can happen on the indoor coil or copper line leading to the compressor. A dirty filter or extremely dirty coils can also cause a freeze up of the system.

Is Your Heat Pump Running Constantly?

  • During Winter a Heat Pump can run when the thermostat that should be set for heating is set for cooling, other reasons include a poorly maintained or dirty unit, a faulty compressor or a frozen outdoor coil.

  • During the Summer a Heat Pump thermostat that should be set for cooling and is actually set for heating will cause a unit to run. Always check to be sure the system is not in heating mode. Other issues may be triple-digit temperatures, refrigerant leakage, or a dirty/clogged coil or air filter.

Does Your Heat Pump Blow Cold on Heat Mode?

  • Besides the thermostat not set to the appropriate setting, causes for this issue could be poor maintenance, a dirty coil, a bad compressor, a reversing valve or low refrigerant

If you are experiencing any of the above and can not correct your issue, we suggest you call and talk to our technician where he can schedule a visit for proper troubleshooting and protection of your investment.


When furnace problems pop up,  you want to make sure that they are fixed as soon as possible. In the winter, the furnace is usually the largest energy user in your home. You might want to troubleshoot your furnace by checking:

  • Is your thermometer set correctly and is it in heat mode?

  • Did you check your breakers to make sure it is not tripped?

  • Is the flame sensor dirty?

  • Is the pilot light lit?

  • Is your air filter clogged with dust and dirt impeding the airflow? (This may cause your system to short cycle.)

  • Is your system not automatically turning on? (This could mean your ignition switch is faulty.)

  • Is your system making unusual noises or knocking sounds? (Some noises can be due to loose parts or serious combustion chamber fuel residue)

If these do not fix your problem no worries… call us today and we will get a technician out to your house. By inspecting, diagnosing and repairing your system you can extend the life of your unit and save the cost of running an inefficient malfunctioning unit.

What is Serviced in a System Check?

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Refrigerant Levels in Heating

Operations on Blower Motor, Compressor & Condenser Motor

all Capacitors

Electrical System

Condenser Coil


Safety Features of Condenser

Operation of Emergency Heat

Defrost Cycle and Reversing Valve Operations

Thermostat Operations


Heat Exchanger

Electrical System

Capacitor for Blower and Inducer Motor

Heating Safety Features and Controls

Proper Ignition Sequence

Burners and Clean (If needed)

Blower and Inducer Motor Operations

System Operations at Thermostat