When you entrust Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling for Expert Heat Pump Repair Services, you can rest assured that the job gets done right. Our team of specialists are expertly trained with the skills, tools, and knowledge that is required to accurately repair your furnace. Our number one priority is to make sure your Greensboro, NC home’s heat pump is repaired correctly and warming your home comfortably.  If you are in need of Expert Furnace Repair, you can count on Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling to get the job done as effectively as possible and never begin any work without your approval first. Call us today to receive more information, get your questions answered, and schedule an Expert HVAC Repair!

Signs That Your Heat Pump is in Need of Repair

It should be noted that it is always important to have Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling perform annual Heat Pump Tune-Up and Maintenance Services on your Heat Pump to ensure that it is running properly and lasts as long as possible. The average lifespan of a heat pump is between fifteen and twenty years. By ensuring your heat pump is properly maintained, you can make your heat pump last much longer, saving you money on a heat pump replacement. By properly maintaining your heat pump you can avoid costly repairs before they happen. Signs that your heat pump is likely in need of repair include:

Increased Utility Bills

If your monthly utility bills have increased seemingly out of nowhere, this could be due to an issue with your heat pump. If your utility bills have increased in conjunction with any of the following signs, you should call Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling as soon as possible to have your heat pump repaired and utility bills return to normal.

Poor Airflow

When your heat pump has dirty air filters, dirty coils, or is blocked by other dirt and debris, its blower motor can slow, which will cause poor airflow. If your Greensboro, NC home is particularly dusty and/or taking awhile to heat, your heat pump may be suffering.

Unfamiliar Noises

Heat pumps are naturally noisy machines, but if you begin to hear loud banging, rattling, or screeching noises, this is a major red flag for your heat pump’s operation and you will need professional assistance from the repair experts at Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling.

Foul Odors

If you’ve been noticing strong, gassy odors coming from your furnace, this can indicate that there may be a gas leak due to excessive dust that has built up in the unit. If you smell abnormal smells coming from your furnace, make sure to call the pros at Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling to have your furnace assessed. 

Inconsistent Temperatures

Does your Greensboro, NC home not ever seem to reach a comfortable temperature? When you turn the temperature up all the way, does it still feel cold in your house? This is likely due to a fan motor or thermistor issue within your heat pump system and will require professional repair from a certified technician at Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling.


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No, it is not necessary to cover your outdoor heat pump. Heat pumps are designed to withstand the elements and covering it can actually interfere with the system and result in adverse effects.

The most common issues with heat pumps include cold air blowing in heat mode, the outdoor unit being blocked, your pump running constantly even in moderate weather, and/or the outdoor unit freezing. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, call Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling to have a heating expert take a look at your heat pump and diagnose the issue. Your Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling expert will even be able to provide you with a free price quote.

Heat pumps normally only require servicing once a year. Considering the potential problems preventative maintenance can save you from, it is worth doing. Having professional maintenance done by experienced technicians at Master Plumbers Heating and Cooling will not only save you future problems and subsequently save you money, but it will also greatly extend the lifespan of your heat pump.

Read: Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance: All You Need to Know

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