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Air Source Heat Pump Service and Repair.

Our Fixx team will be able to assist and advise on the technical requirements for your new Air Source Heat Pump.

Air Source Heat Pump Servicing

When servicing an air source heat pump, the tasks that are typically carried out include:

01

Cleaning the air filters

The air filters in an air source heat pump need to be cleaned regularly to ensure that the system is operating efficiently.

02

Checking the refrigerant levels

The refrigerant levels in an air source heat pump need to be checked to ensure that they are at the correct levels. Low refrigerant levels can cause the system to become less efficient and can lead to other problems.

03

Inspecting the outdoor unit

The outdoor unit of an air source heat pump needs to be inspected for damage or wear and tear. The fins on the condenser coil need to be checked for damage, and the coil itself needs to be cleaned.

04

Checking the electrical connections

The electrical connections in an air source heat pump need to be checked for any signs of damage or wear and tear. Loose connections can cause the system to malfunction or fail.

05

Testing the thermostat

The thermostat in an air source heat pump needs to be tested to ensure that it is working correctly. A faulty thermostat can cause the system to run inefficiently.

06

Checking the ductwork

The ductwork in an air source heat pump system needs to be inspected for any signs of damage or wear and tear. Leaky ducts can cause the system to lose efficiency and can lead to higher energy bills.

07

Lubricating moving parts

Moving parts in an air source heat pump system, such as the fan motor, need to be lubricated to ensure that they operate smoothly.

Air Source Heat Pump Repairs

Some common issues that can occur with air source heat pumps and that may require repair include:

01

Faulty reversing valve

The reversing valve is responsible for switching the flow of refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor coils. If it fails, the heat pump may not be able to provide heating or cooling.

02

Faulty fan motor

The fan motor is responsible for blowing air over the evaporator coil to provide heating or cooling. If the fan motor fails, the heat pump may not be able to provide heating or cooling effectively.

03

Refrigerant leaks

Leaks in the refrigerant lines can cause the heat pump to lose refrigerant, which can result in a loss of heating or cooling capacity.

04

Frozen evaporator coil

If the evaporator coil freezes over, the heat pump may not be able to provide heating or cooling.

05

Dirty air filters

If the air filters become clogged with dust and debris, it can cause the heat pump to become less efficient, and can even cause it to overheat.

06

Faulty thermostat

If the thermostat is not working correctly, it may not be able to communicate with the heat pump, causing it to run inefficiently or not at all.

07

Electrical issues

Electrical problems, such as faulty wiring or blown fuses, can cause the heat pump to malfunction or fail.

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Our professional HVAC technicians inspect and repair or perform a comprehensive service of your air source heat pump, as attempting to repair it yourself can be dangerous and may cause further damage. Regular maintenance and servicing can also help prevent these issues from occurring in the first place.

From £150 + VAT

Air Source Heat Pump Servicing

Our professional HVAC technicians will perform a comprehensive service of your air source heat pump, which will help ensure that it is operates efficiently and reliably.

From £150 + VAT

Air Source Heat Pump Repairs

Our professional HVAC technicians inspect and repair any issues with your air source heat pump, as attempting to repair it yourself can be dangerous and may cause further damage. Regular maintenance and servicing can also help prevent these issues from occurring in the first place.

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