Are you searching for the optimal HVAC unit to install in your Costa Mesa home? Look no further than a heat pump! Heat pumps are ideal for subtropical climates like California that rarely dip below freezing. Contrary to the way the name sounds, these types of units can actually be utilized both as a heater and air conditioner – “heat” simply refers to their capability of transferring temperature rather than creating it.
Heat pumps are unlike the majority of other heating choices as they do not generate heat – instead, during winter months, they transport warmth from either outdoor air or ground and move it inside. Even in freezing weather conditions, there is still residual heat energy present in the atmosphere. In summertime though, this process runs backwards: Heat pumps channel indoors’ heat to be discharged outdoors.
Heat pumps are available in three varieties: air, water, and ground sources. All of them transfer heat from one place to the other; though their functions may differ slightly. The indoor handler and outdoor unit act as the core components for all these systems which are connected by refrigerant lines. In addition, evaporator, compressor, condenser and expansion valve play an important role too!
With our Mitsubishi Heat Pumps, the inverters are always running in the background, adjusting the compressor speed in real time. By ramping up power to the compressor when needed, an inverter provides a more accurate, on-demand approach to temperature control. If your room temperature’s already a comfortable 72 degrees, for example, an inverter may slow the compressor’s engine to a crawl. If your room’s cooking at 104 degrees, the inverter will push the compressor into high gear, keeping you out of the hot seat.
Heat pumps can provide your home an array of benefits and keep your home comfortable year-round. Below we have listed five of the many advantages of heat pumps.
Our trained technicians are ready to serve your home and heat pump! Below are heat pump services we offer.
Heat pumps are intricate machines, and to ensure optimal heating and cooling performance throughout their life cycles, they must be regularly maintained.
It’s time to call us if you notice any of the following issues:
If your home is experiencing unwanted fluctuations in temperature, or only certain parts of the house are getting proper ventilation, then it’s time to diagnose what might be going wrong with your heat pump. We’ll assess this problem by investigating both the fan motor and thermistor for any potential disturbances.
If you detect an alarming sound or scent that just won’t go away, our team is here to help. Unusual noises from your heat pump must be addressed without delay – so don’t hesitate to give us a call!
Ominous odors are a surefire sign that something is amiss. For example, if you’re smelling something acrid like burning plastic or rubber, it’s likely an electrical issue and could pose danger to both your household and your personal safety. In addition, musty or mildew smells may point to mold growth or even a pest infestation in the home – no need for further explanation on why this would be concerning!
Are your utility bills inexplicably rising? If so, the problem may lie with your heat pump. These devices are essential for keeping your family cozy but can become less efficient due to age or damage over time. Investing in an energy-efficient heat pump now could save you money in the long run!
Our professionals can inspect your heat pump for wear and tear, age, or maintenance needs to get it back on track.
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Heat pumps can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years, however once you’ve passed the decade mark your unit could succumb to inevitable breakdowns. Preventative maintenance and repairs are great ways to prolong its lifespan, yet it is sometimes best simply to invest in a brand new system altogether.
Not sure if your heat pump needs a repair or complete replacement? No worries! Our team is here to help you decide which option is the best for your situation. Don’t hesitate, reach out and let us assist you today!
The following are the signs that may point to a heat pump replacement:
Our professional team will inspect your unit and provide you with recommendations on the best course of action. We can assess the condition of your air conditioning system and either repair it or inform you if replacing it would be a more cost-effective solution. Our experts are available to discuss various heating pump replacement options that may suit your needs.
Either way, our experienced team ensures you get the help you need.
During our maintenance visit, our experts will thoroughly examine every component of your heat pump. Our technician will inspect the following during a service appointment:
We’ll inspect your thermostat to make sure it’s up-to-date. Furthermore, we will check its link to the heat pump and rectify any glitches that might arise. If your thermostat is faulty, you won’t be able to experience a comfortable home temperature even though the system itself may run correctly.
The ducts act as a system of airflow throughout your home, cooling and/or warming certain areas. Unfortunately, if the ductwork contains tears or is obstructed in any way, this can obstruct the entire process and lead to deeper problems later on down the road.
To guarantee your refrigerant is functioning as it should, we will assess the system for leaks and make sure everything runs smoothly. As long as there aren’t any issues, you won’t ever have to replace or refill anything. However, in case of a problem with this component, rest assured that we’ll let you know right away.
If your heat pump is struggling to keep you comfortable, clogged coils or a blocked blower may be the culprit. Our skilled technicians will clear out dirt and debris so that your machine can properly cool and heat air again without any obstruction. Moreover, if we discover a repair needs to be done during our clean up process, we’ll let you know what measures must take place in order to fix it quickly!
Our team is ready to serve you! Contact us today at 949-240-8560 to schedule your residential HVAC repair, replacement, or maintenance service.
1048 Irvine Ave #158, Newport Beach, CA 92660