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Heat Pump Repair Services in Clarksville, TN

Heat Pump Repair Clarksville, TNIf you have noticed that your heat pump is unable to cool or heat properly, cycles off and on frequently, or freezes up, then there is no question: you need professional heat pump repair. Baggett Heating & Cooling offers these repairs to ensure your home is comfortable and your heat pump is running efficiently throughout the year.

Common Issues with Heat Pumps

At Baggett Heating & Cooling, we understand how these systems work and what it takes to repair them properly. Some of the most common issues you will experience with your heat pump include:

  • The heat pump won’t run
  • It will not cool or heat properly
  • The breaker trips or the unit freezes up
  • The blower doesn’t work
  • The heat pump cycles on and off too frequently
  • The heat pump makes strange noises

Each of these problems indicate a potentially larger, underlying issue. It is essential to call our team of professional technicians for repairs when this occurs, in order to ensure the problem is repaired prior to becoming worse.

Heat Pump Repair Cost

Your heat pump is an integral part of your home’s HVAC system. When your pump needs repairs, you need to have it fixed as quickly and efficiently as possible to prevent further structural damage.

While the average cost of most heat pump repairs usually ranges from $250 to $600, it’s always best to receive a professional estimate. An experienced HVAC technician can provide an accurate pricing estimate based on your heat pump and its specific repair needs.

If you have questions about your heat pump repair or would like to receive a timely price assessment, call Baggett Heating & Cooling at 931-645-2859 today!

How Do I Know When it’s Time to Replace My Heat Pump?

The signs of a dying heat pump are fairly easy to keep track of. Always be aware of the age of your heat pump as that is one of the most tell-tale signs. If your heat pump is 10 years older or more it may need to be replaced, as most heat pumps have a 10-15 year lifespan. Also, if you notice that your monthly electricity bill has gone up that is another sign that your heat pump’s performance is tanking. The older your unit is the more electricity it will need to heat and cool your home. Another item to be aware of is your pump’s efficiency, if some rooms are not being heated or cooled at the same rate as others this could mean your heat pump is struggling with the workload. And as always, if your unit is making funny noises it’s a good idea to get it serviced.

Heat Pump Replacement

If your heat pump is anywhere near the 8-10 year mark it’s time to start saving up for a new unit. Most heat pumps have a 10-15 year life and the replacement is fairly costly so you’ll want to be prepared. Feeling like it might be time to replace your heat pump? If the signs of age are showing on your unit it’s a good idea to get it serviced. Have a specialist come in and specifically ask how much life is left for your heat pump. If they recommend a new unit this is a great opportunity to upgrade to a higher efficiency unit. The efficiency of a heat pump is measured by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. Check to see what SEER options are available and choose the unit that is right for you. Baggett Heating & Cooling will be able to replace your unit ASAP and make sure your home is ready for the next season.

What are the Benefits of a Heat Pump?

There are many benefits to owning a heat pump over a furnace or boiler system. Heat pumps use a heat transfer system rather than heating the air or water on their own, as furnaces and boilers do. The heat transfer system uses a small amount of electricity compared to combustion systems thereby reducing your heating and cooling costs by a sizeable amount. This also means a heat pump is far more efficient than other heating and cooling systems. Not only will you save money on heating and cooling by seeing your monthly electricity bill go down but you will also feel better about your impact on the environment as heat pumps have lower carbon emissions than other heating systems. Heat pumps cool and heat, so you have one less unit to install in your home and they do not require as many service visits. Heat pumps are also safer than combustion systems.

Heat Pump Repair Service You Can Count On

When you call on Baggett Heating & Cooling, you can feel confident that our technicians will arrive at your home in a timely manner and provide professional service. We will evaluate the issue and present you with a quote for the necessary repairs. We will also ensure you fully understand what is going on with the system.

If you are in need of heat pump repair, contact Baggett Heating & Cooling today at 931-645-2859 for more information.