Heat Pump Services

Professional Heat Pump Repair And Installation Services From Your Sky HVAC

When you are looking for a heat pump service provider, you should consider several things about the company you choose. Some of the most important factors could be emergency services, integrity in pricing, great customer service, and knowledgeable technicians. At Sky HVAC, we meet each of these qualifications and then some. No matter the time of day or night, your call will be answered and a technician will be dispatched to your home; we use flat-rate pricing so you know the cost of the job upfront — there is no watching the clock and hoping our guys move as fast as they can; and as far as customer service? We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee that we stand by and honor.

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What Is A Heat Pump And Does It Work?

Plenty of people know that they have a heat pump and that it provides warmth during colder months. However, sometimes it is helpful to have a bit of a deeper understanding. To explain a heat pump simply, these systems use renewable heat in the surrounding areas to help heat (or cool) your home. Even in weather that feels cold to you, there is still a certain amount of heat in the air, ground, and water. This heat is constantly renewed by the sun. By applying a bit more energy to the heat, the heat pump can raise the temperature to desired levels.

How To Maintain Your Heat Pump

Just like anything else, a heat pump will require maintenance from time to time. Typically, this is performed once a year, preferably in the fall, to ensure no outages during the winter months. There are several guidelines that our technicians follow to inspect and clean components of your heat pump. To give you an idea of this process, here are just a few of the highlights:


  • Cleaning or replacing the filter


  • Inspection of wires and connections, replacing any damaged wires and tightening connections


  • Lubricating the blower motor or bearings


  • Inspection of the base pan in the condensing unit, including checking the drain holes and removing any debris


  • Oil and inspect the condensing fan motor


  • Other points of inspection can include the thermostat, measuring the suction line pressure, running a defrost cycle, verifying the status of supplemental heat, and inspecting ductwork
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Heat Pump Repair

If your heat pump shows signs of disrepair, a quick response is your best chance of avoiding the expensive loss of components. It’s time to schedule a repair if your unit is:


  • Short-cycling: If your heat pump is short-cycling, your refrigerant is likely leaking, or your filter requires replacement. Short cycling is also a sign of an ailing thermostat or low-pressure control switch.
  • Struggling to achieve temperature: Your heat pump might be low on refrigerant. A bad reversing valve can also reduce the efficacy of your pump.
  • Increasing your electricity bills: This problem might be due to short cycling, a misconfigured thermostat, or malfunctioning wiring.
  • High humidity levels: Dirty or rusty evaporator coils do a poor job of absorbing moisture from the air.

Heat pumps have a relatively short life span of 15 years. If your unit is nearing the end of that period or is breaking down more frequently than it once did, it might be time for a new heat pump installation and heat pump replacement. Choosing the perfect heat pump for your home isn’t as easy as you might think. An over or undersized unit won’t achieve the desired effects. With heat pumps using so much power, the SEER rating of your product will reflect heavily on your utility bills. We’ll help you choose an energy-efficient unit that’s perfectly sized for your home.


Sky Air Conditioning and Heating offers licensed, insured installations and flat-rate pricing, so you can always count on our transparency. Our technicians will guide you through your options and perform a trustworthy installation.

The Sky Club Maintenance Program

Our Sky HVAC air conditioner tune-up and maintenance services includes a 21-point inspection. We make sure your system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, compressor, etc.) thus ensuring system reliability.


We will also conduct a full inspection of your AC duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An AC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind knowing that your system won’t break down when you need it most!


Heat Pump Replacement

If you need heat pump replacement, your friendly Sky guy will make sure you choose the right compressors, zoned heating features, and insulation for your new unit. Replacement is the most economically viable option if you’re dealing with an old heat pump that’s breaking down frequently. Once your heat pump reaches the end of its service life, a replacement will reduce your energy bills and improve your indoor climate.

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Anytime you are dealing with sources of heating, issues with ventilation, or questions about your air conditioning system, the best thing you can do is to get a trusted professional’s opinion. When it comes down to it, your HVAC system is not just about comfort, it is about the safety of your family and home. Malfunctions involving these units can result in damages, fires, illnesses, or even the loss of life. With that said, it is important to call your neighborhood Sky guy to help keep your system running efficiently and safely!



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