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Heat Pump Repairs

Abnormal sounds from your system, inconsistent temperatures throughout your home, or your system not coming on when it's supposed to are all reasons to call Frye Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for repairs. 


Our technicians stay up-to-date on the industry’s latest tools used for diagnostic testing so we can provide our customers with a timely repair of the issue diagnosed.

Call the Professionals for Heat Pump Repair

When it comes to your heat pump, it is best to consult a professional to handle any and all repairs or complete a needed in-depth maintenance. Your heat pump is likely one of the most expensive amenities in your home. Leave it to Frye Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. to address the job with their genuine knowledge and experience.


The licensed contractors at Frye Heating & Air Conditioning, can put more money in your pockets and give you peace of mind knowing your heat pump is operating at its maximum level. Our team works carefully and orderly to keep your heat pump functioning properly. We also perform in-depth inspections to pinpoint and focus on any potential hazardous areas. 

Signs That You May Need Heat Pump Repair

Unusual or Unnecessary Noise

Wailing, rattling, squealing, squeaking, or popping noises are a sign that your heat pump has a problem. As soon as an unusual noise is notices, it should be addressed to prevent further damage.

Frequent & Short Cycles

If your heat pump cycles quickly without bringing the temperature in your house to match that on the thermostat, it could indicate your heat pump is not functioning properly.

Cool Temperatures

If the air coming from your vents is cooler than usual, this could indicate compressor failure or a refrigerant issue.

Increased Energy Bills

Has your energy bill suddenly skyrocketed? Chances are your heat pump plays some sort of factor in it. Heat pumps normally function efficiently regarding energy consumption. If a part is not operating properly, it may result in your system working harder to compensate for the part failure, resulting in a higher energy bill.

Old Age

A heat pump is expected to last roughly 15 years. If your system is nearing or have exceeded that time frame, your heat pump may cost more in repairs than needed. In this case, replacement of the system would be the best option.

1. Check Your Thermostat

The first thing you should be sure of is your settings on your thermostat. Make sure the settings are appropriately set.

2. Check Your Breakers

A tripped breaker may result in heat pump failure. Checking your breakers to be sure this is not the issue may resolve the problem.

3. Check Your Vents

Make sure that your vents are open. If closed, your home may stay cooler/warmer than you would like.

Steps to Take Before You Call

Please do not wait to contact Frye Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for a knowledgeable, straightforward opinion. Our technicians do all they can to repair your system in a timely manner. Our technicians will also never try to oversell you on more than is needed (i.e., a replacement) unless it is absolutely necessary. Please feel free to give us a call today to analyze your HVAC system!

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