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Heat Pump Services in San Antonio

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All of our heat pump repairs come with:

  • Quick, same-day service
  • 24/7 availability
  • Upfront pricing, so there's no sticker shock

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Your heat pump probably needs to be repaired if it:

  • Won't turn on. This usually means a tripped circuit breaker or a problem with the thermostat. Your thermostat is the brain of your system, so if it doesn't work, your heat pump won't even run.
  • Turns on and off sporadically. Your heat pump should run slow and steady. Frequent heating cycles (turning on then off every few minutes) could mean several things, including thermostat or airflow issues. It could also mean you have an oversized unit that's short cycling, in which case you should think about replacing your unit.
  • Is blowing cold air. Your heat pump shouldn't be blowing cold air when it's in heating mode. That could mean a problem with the reversing valve or a refrigerant leak.
  • Has water pooling around it. This usually means your heat pump's condensate line (the drain line that removes condensation from your unit) is clogged.
  • Has weak airflow coming from the vents. Air coming from your vents that's weaker than normal could mean a problem with the air handler fan belt or blower motor.
  • Is making strange noises. If the sound is a scraping or grinding sound, that could be a problem with the air handler blower. A gurgling or hissing sound usually means your system has a refrigerant leak.

This is the cost to send a trained technician in a fully stocked truck to give you options for your heat pump repair.

  • Low: $130
  • Average: $500
  • High: $3,000

Your repair cost will change based on:

  • The part that needs to be repaired or replaced. Heat pump repairs vary widely in price. For example, you'll pay more to replace a compressor (the most expensive part of the heat pump) than you would to repair your thermostat.
  • The technician you hire. Better quality technicians will charge more for their services. That said, they'll have more knowledge about repairing heat pumps and make sure the job is done right.
  • Whether your warranty is valid. If the manufacturer or labor warranty on your heat pump is still valid, you'll pay less to repair your unit. If neither warranty is valid, you'll end up paying for 100% of the parts and labor to repair your unit.

We repair ALL heat pump brands including:

  • Goodman
  • Lennox
  • Day & Night
  • Carrier
  • Daiken
  • Bryant
  • Rheem
  • Ruud
  • American Standard
  • Trane