Heat Pump Repairs in Wichita Falls
Trust Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning And Plumbing for all of your residential or commercial heat pump repair needs. Whether your heat pump freezes up, air conditioner makes odd noises, blower doesn’t work or heating system just doesn’t heat, we can fix any problem. Our Wichita Falls Heat Pump Repairs will diagnose your air conditioner and heat pump to determine the issue, and will provide you with a detailed cost estimate before any work is done. Finally, we’ll get to work to repair your heat pump and get air flowing throughout your home once again.
Comprehensive Repair Service
We offer heat pump repair service on any brand of heat pump system, no matter where it was purchased. You can trust that our expert Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning And Plumbing heat pump professionals will do the job right the first time and save you time and money. Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning And Plumbing is your one-stop shop for your entire repair and maintenance needs. From installation, delivery, and installation, to routine maintenance, repairs, and replacement we provide a complete package of products and services.
Understanding Your Heat Pump
Unlike traditional furnaces and air conditioning units, heat pumps do not actually produce heat. Instead, they circulate warm air throughout every room in your home or office. For example, in the winter months, heat is moved inside the house and, in the summer months, heat is vented outdoors. The result is a system that can provide up to four times the amount of energy it consumes.
Energy Efficient Heating & Cooling System
- HSPF – (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor). The HSPF measurement determines how efficiently the heat pump is performing. Higher numbers equal greater efficiency and cost savings. Lower numbers may indicate that a diagnosis and subsequent repairs are needed.
- SEER – (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). SEER is a measurement of the cooling efficiency of the heat pump and applies to central air conditioning units. The higher the SEER, the more energy efficient the unit, and the greater your savings. If the number is lower, you’ll generally notice it in a higher energy bill.
Heat Pump Maintenance
With regular routine maintenance, you can extend life of your heat pump and help keep it at peak performance. A consultation from your knowledgeable Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning And Plumbing technician can pinpoint areas where maintenance is essential so that your heat pump and air conditioner can continue to perform at its best. Contact us today to find out more about our Wichita Falls Service Plans. Our team can keep your heat pump running at peak performance all year long.
Dependable Professional Service
All of our highly-skilled, friendly technicians are certified HVAC experts who will quickly diagnose the problem, clearly outline recommendations, and happily answer any questions you have. We’re proud of our solid reputation as an industry leader among homes and businesses in Wichita Falls. You don’t have to take our word for it, call our Wichita Falls Air Conditioning Contractor and see for yourself.
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