Heat Pump Repair Services in Minneapolis

Let Us Repair Your Energy Efficient Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Repair Services Minneapolis, MNA heat pump is a highly efficient way of heating your home or hot water. It can save you money as well as helping to save the planet!

But what happens when it goes wrong?

Northern’s One Hour professional team have all the skills and knowledge to be able to repair your heat pumps in the minimum time with the least disruption.
They arrive on time with a fully stocked service truck, carrying 97% of available parts; there is nothing that they can’t handle, and there’s no need for additional appointments.

You’ll also find our guy’s know a thing or two about customer service and satisfaction; they are friendly, professional, unbiased and courteous, treating you and your home with respect at all times.

Heat Pump Service Checklist

While Murphy’s Law (anything that can go wrong will go wrong) seems to direct much of life, the more specific “Law of Moving Parts” holds all the power when it comes to heating systems. Loosely paraphrased, this “law” declares that moving parts will wear out and will do so at the worst possible time.Whatever the origin of this “law,” the meaning is quite clear: no matter how often you clean or care for your heat pump, there is always a chance of the system breaking down at an inopportune moment.

At Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, we perform a comprehensive service checklist for our clients. Our experienced technicians run through the entire list, ensuring each item is completed. When we service your heat pump, we commit to:

  • Check the thermostat
  • Check return air filters
  • Conduct routine cleaning
  • Check the condensate drain
  • Lube motors & bearings
  • Examine parts for visible wear and rear
  • Test electrical connections
  • Advise on improvements

This is just a taste of the full-service checklist we run through during each maintenance call for a heat pump. We want your home running as efficiently as possible.

Heat Pump Repair Process

Many homeowners understand their heat pump’s basic maintenance and repair needs. However, heat pumps often need to have more complex repairs performed on a regular basis in order to run as efficiently as possible. Our experienced repair technicians will begin the home pump repair process by asking you a few simple questions about any issues you have experienced with or odd sounds you may have heard of the heat pump. A faulty heat pump compromises the entire flow of your home. Depending on the extent of the issue, certain portions of the house may seem colder and draftier than others.

Our technicians will listen carefully to your concerns and observations. With this information in hand, our repair work can begin.Our technicians will check each component of the heat pump; then, we will ensure the unit is cleaned thoroughly, lube all moving parts, and replace broken pieces. We are trained to catch even the subtlest heat pump issues and will work to restore the comfort of your home as quickly as possible.

Heat Pump Specialists

Whatever your heat pump needs, talk to Northern’s One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning to see what we can do for you.

Why do I need to change my filter regularly?

Some homeowners believe that if they schedule regular, professional maintenance for their air conditioning and heating systems, they have done everything they need to do. This is not quite true; to maintain efficient air conditioning and heating systems, homeowners like you should plan to regularly change out their filters. This small maintenance task will keep your heat and air conditioning up and running. Because this can also be an easy task to forget, some find it best to schedule planned filter changes throughout the year.

Switching out the filter only takes a minute or two, so you will not lose much time. You will, however, receive higher quality indoor air and heated air flow throughout the entire home. You will also increase the performance and lifespan of your heat pump. A dirty filter significantly blocks the airflow in your system; this forces the heat pump to overwork itself, potentially destroying parts of the heat pump over time. On top of that, higher monthly energy bills are often associated with an unclear heat pump.By changing your filter regularly, you can both save money and improve your home’s quality of air.

How will I know when it’s time to replace my Heat Pump?

Certain telltale signs indicate when it is time to change the heat pump in your home. By replacing the entire unit, you can both improve the overall performance of the whole system and increase the air quality in your home. Here are a few questions to ask if you think it might be time to replace your heat pump:

  • Is your heat pump more than ten years old?
  • Does your system require frequent repairs?
  • Is the monthly energy bill rising?
  • Are some rooms in the house too hot or too cold?
  • Does your home have humidity problems?
  • Is there an excess amount of dust in the air?
  • Is the heating system too noisy?

If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, it may be time to call in a professional technician to replace the heat pump in your home. The replacement won’t take long, and you’ll get to enjoy fresh, heated air again in no time at all.

Need a heat pump repair?  Contact Northern’s One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning today at 763-412-1197 or 952-236-3391.

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