Heat Pump Repair
Superior Heating and Cooling Technicians are Licensed, Bonded, and Insured to Perform Heat Pump Repair on Any Make, Model, or Brand in the St Louis MO and St Charles MO area
When it comes to Heat Pump Repair in St Louis, Superior Can Fix Any Brand
Whether you are having problems with a Trane XL20i or an ENERGY STAR qualified Carrier Infinity Series Heat Pump with Greenspeed Intelligence, Superior Heating and Cooling Heat Pump Repair technicians are trained and certified to get your heat pump working to its full potential. Our Superior Heat Pump Repair techs are experts at diagnosing the source of the problem and providing a fast reliable solution to our customers at an affordable price. If your heat pump is not producing cold air during the hot St Louis summer months or cannot warm your home during the winter, we can help. Call Superior Heating and Cooling today at (314) 209-7500.
Tired of Throwing Away Money in Heat Pump Repair on Outdated Equipment in Your St Louis Home?
Not many people enjoy spending money on new HVAC equipment, but when you do the math, it can make a lot of sense financially for a lot of St Louis homeowners. This could not be any truer for homeowners in St Louis and St Charles area depending on an outdated heat pump for their HVAC needs.
Heat pumps became widely popular in this region throughout the 1980s. Since then, heat pumps have become much more efficient and affordable. If you are sick of having to repair your heat pump on a regular basis, talk to a Superior comfort specialist about up-to-date energy rebates available for high-efficiency heat pump systems. A heat pump installation might make sense. Superior Heating and Cooling also offers to finance for St Louis and St Charles residents who qualify.
Common Problems We Hear from St Louis Residents that Lead to Heat Pump Repair
“My Heat Pump Does Not Turn On.”
- Could potentially not have access to power
- Wiring problems
- Circuit breaker could be tripped
- Bad transformer
- Your compressor is overloaded
“My Heat Pump Will Not Start, and I Can Hear a Humming Sound”
- Broken compressor motor
- Defected compressor bearings
- Malfunctioning start capacitor
- Electrical problems
“The Indoor Fan Will Not Start”
- Broken motor
- Bad transformer
- Electrical failure