Need your heat pump repaired? We'll fix it right up—today.
All of our heat pump repairs come with:
- Quick, same-day service
- 24/7 availability
- Upfront pricing, so there's no sticker shock
Signs your heat pump needs a repair
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.
Service call charge: $60
This is the cost to send a trained technician in a fully stocked truck to give you options for your heat pump repair.
Cost to repair a heat pump in San Antonio:
- 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.
Heat pump brands we can repair
We repair ALL heat pump brands including:
- Day & Night
- American Standard
Looking to replace your heat pump? We'll give you peace of mind.
All of our heat pump installations give you peace of mind with:
- Quick, same-day installs
- Flexible financing
- FREE in-home quotes
Signs you need a new heat pump
It's probably time to start looking at replacing your heat pump if:
- Your current unit is 15+ years old. Heat pumps only have a 15- to 20-year lifespan. So, if yours is approaching that age, it's time to start thinking about replacing it.
- You've paid for several repairs in the past year or so. Repair costs can add up quickly. If the cost of a repair multiplied by the unit's age is more than the cost of a new unit, the repair probably isn't worth it in the long run.
- Your heating bill has increased over the past few years. As your heat pump gets older, its parts have to work harder (and use more energy) to warm your home.
- Your heat pump doesn't keep you comfortable anymore. This could be a sign that your unit is either on its way out or too small to handle your heating needs. Either way, it's usually best to replace your heat pump.
What's included in your heat pump installation
- FREE in-home consultation with a trained comfort specialist
- New high-efficiency heat pump
- Any ductwork needed to complete the job
- A trained heat pump installation team
- 1-year labor warranty
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
Price to install a heat pump in San Antonio:
- Low: $6,000
- Average: $11,000
- High: $18,000
Your heat pump installation price might be different, depending on the unit's:
- Size: Larger heat pumps will cost more, and you can't simply get a smaller unit to save money. That's because an accurately sized heat pump depends on a complex process (called a "load calculation") that accounts for many factors of your home and property. Your tech will determine which heat pump size you need.
- Efficiency: In short, the more efficient your unit, the more expensive it will be. Because heat pumps can both heat and cool a home, they have 2 measures of efficiency: SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) and HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor).
- Features: Your installation will cost more if you add comfort features to your unit. You can upgrade your system to include features like a smart or programmable thermostat, better-quality air filters, noise-reducing fan blades and more.
- Warranty: Normally, the manufacturer includes a 5- to 10-year warranty on new units. Most will offer the option of an extended warranty, which could cost another $500–$1,000, depending on how many years of coverage you buy.
Heat pump brands we recommend and install:
- American Standard
- Day & Night
Don't see the brand you want? Don't worry, we can probably still install it.
Keep your heat pump running longer and more efficiently
Regular heat pump maintenance helps:
- Extend the lifespan of your heat pump
- Lower your monthly heating bills
- Prevent costly heat pump breakdowns
Signs your heat pump needs a check-up
Your heat pumps could use a system check if:
- You've noticed an increase in energy bills. The more your heat pumps runs, the more wear and tear it suffers, which increases the unit's electrical consumption. A check-up will refresh and recalibrate your unit, so it runs efficiently again.
- Your heat pump isn't keeping your comfortable on cooler days. While heat pumps aren't designed to work in super cold weather (below 30° F), yours should have no problem keeping you warm throughout a San Antonio winter.
- Winter is coming and you want to make sure your heat pump doesn't break down. During a check-up, your tech will inspect your unit for any signs of problems. If they see anything, they can fix the issue before it turns into an expensive repair down the road.
Heat pump check-up: $160
What's included in a seasonal check-up
A heat pump technician will:
- Investigate your heat pump for potential problems and let you know about them
- Clean and tune up your heat pump so it runs more efficiently
- Check your heat pump's combustion process (if you have a gas system)
Heat pump brands we can maintain
We can service ALL heat pump brands including:
- Day & Night
- American Standard