Philadelphia Heat Pump Repair

Repairing Heat Pumps In Philadelphia for 70+ Years

If you have noticed a change in comfort levels lately, or your heat pump has stopped working altogether, you may be in need of heat pump repair in Philadelphia.

If your heat pump isn’t working correctly, contact the team at W.F. Smith. Our team of licensed HVAC technicians can repair your heat pump the same day you call us!

SCHEDULE SERVICE

We offer heat pump repairs in Philly’s surrounding areas and suburbs, including Horsham, Langhorne, Newtown, Willow Grove, and Yardley!

Philadelphia Heat Pump Repair Services

Whether your heat pump is still working and you notice a decline in comfort or it stopped working all together, there are a few common signs that will let you know that heat pump repair is needed.

Here are three of the most common signs when it comes to problems with your heat pump:

– Unusual noises. If your heat pump starts making loud noises, it is important to call for repair straight away. Heat pumps have very few parts that move, therefore loud noises can be a sure sign that something within your system needs fixing.
– Reduced air flow.If you put your hand to the vents and notice that the air coming through is not very strong, or it is not hot or cold enough, depending on the season, your heat pump may be having trouble with air flow. This could be caused due to clogged filters or a refrigerant leak. No matter what the problem it is important to have it fixed.
– Ice collection. If you notice a collection of ice on your heat pump this usually means there is a problem with the refrigerant levels. Whilst scraping or eliminating the ice may seem like it has solved the problem this is unlikely. You will need an expert to test your refrigerant levels and look for any leaks.

You may experience different issues with your heat pump, no matter what the problem is, be sure to contact the experts at W.F. Smith for heat pump repair in Philadelphia.

Our Heat Pump Repair Process

We:

Send a licensed HVAC technician to your home to troubleshoot your heat pump’s problems.
Run a full diagnostics test to ensure everything is working properly.
Diagnose your heat pump issues.
Repair your heat pump.
Educate you on the work we did and how to properly care for your heat pump in the future.

Why Choose W.F. Smith for Heat Pump Repairs In the Philly Metro Area?

W.F. Smith has been helping homeowners keep their homes comfortable since 1946. All of our HVAC specialists and staff work hard to provide the highest quality customer service, we understand how important it is for you to trust our staff, especially when they are working at your home.

Since opening our doors in 1946 we have built our business on our quality workmanship and fair prices, we believe that this is why our business continues to grow. Whether you are in need of repairs, maintenance, or a new installation, W.F. Smith employees have the right knowledge and skill base to get the job completed.

Everyone, with whom I had personal or telephone contact, was agreeable, helpful and informative. Justin was the service person who initially diagnosed the problem, and represented Smith’s during the sales transaction. Shelly was my telephone contact, and Bill and Aaron…

Contact W.F. Smith Today

If you are in need of heat pump repair in Philadelphia, contact Philadelphia’s heat pump specialists today at 215-624-1313. Our dependable and highly skilled heating and cooling technicians will work with you to keep your home comfortable, no matter what the season.

Find out how our high quality workmanship and fair prices can make all the difference when it comes to your home’s heating and cooling needs.

SERVICE AREAS

Pennsylvania: Abington (19001), Bensalem (18015, 18016, 18017, 18018, 18020, 18025), Cheltenham (19012, 19027, 19038, 19095), Churchville (18966), Elkins Park (19027), Glenside (19038), Holland (18966), Horsham (19044), Huntingdon Valley (19006), Jenkintown (19046), Langhorne (19047), Meadowbrook (19046), New Hope (18938), Newtown (18940), Philadelphia, Richboro (18945), Southampton (18966), Washington Crossing (18977), Willow Grove (19090), Yardley (19067), and more.