A professional Precision Air Solutions LLC heat pump installation provides year-round climate control. A heat pump draws heat from a home or building during summer to keep it cooler and draws in warmth from the outside air to keep you warm when the temperatures drops. Our experts are available to provide details about the many options available to significantly reduce the energy costs of your home or business in Winter Park.
As a licensed heat pump contractor, Precision Air Solutions LLC offers top quality heat pump installations, heat pump replacements, heat pump repairs, and heat pump maintenance in the Orlando region. Cut your energy bills significantly by learning more about our sales, installations, and repair services for geothermal, ground source, water source, and ductless mini-split heat pumps that fulfill both residential and commercial requirements. Find out more about our advanced hybrid system that links up with your gas or oil furnace for even better efficiency by calling (407) 755-7777.
No matter how efficient a heat pump may be, energy can be lost through poor insulation and related issues. Precision Air Solutions LLC technicians assess your home thoroughly to determine the best options to reduce leakage and recommend any thermal upgrades before installation.
As a full service heat pump service provider in Orlando, we offer:
Over one third of energy consumption in the United States is used to heat or cool buildings. Ensure that your heat pump system is properly installed for maximum savings on all of your HVAC costs by calling Precision Air Solutions LLC for an estimate at (407) 755-7777.
The fan motor may be failing or completely dead. Or the fan itself could be damaged, which impedes the release of heat from the unit and causes ice to accumulate
If your heat pump system has a slow leak of refrigerant, eventually the charge becomes so low that the system is not producing enough heat to melt the frost. If this is the case, you will probably also have issues with the unit reaching set temperature.
There might be a buildup of algae, random debris, or other gunk that causes a drain pan overflow, creating a puddle of water by your heat pump. Perhaps the heat pump's refrigerant level is low
If your heat pump is freezing up in summer (on either the indoor or outdoor unit), you could have a refrigerant leak, clogged filter, or very dirty coils that are keeping heat from transferring as it should.
In the summer, your heat pump might run constantly when your unit is struggling to reach a low set temp during those triple-digit heat waves. But if it’s not very hot and your HVAC heat pump is not cooling, you probably need a service call.
A weak, faulty, or shorted capacitor can prevent the motor from running. And of course, the motor itself can always go bad. Sometimes the bearings seize. Or the motor just burns up or weakens.
When you make temperature settings at your thermostat, it should almost immediately respond to those changes. In most cases, the thermostat will produce a small clicking sound when the changes are made, then the heating or cooling equipment will start. If this clicking sound doesn't occur, or if the system doesn't come on shortly after the changes are made, the thermostat may need replacing.
If you notice any exposed or frayed wires, they need to be repaired or replaced immediately. Electrical shorts quickly cause fires in your residence, or place of business, possibly smoldering for hours before its noticeable. Bare wires also allow moisture into the unit's electrical system, causing even more damage to the air conditioner.
Frozen AC coils can lead to a buildup of moisture, which could cause condensation or water leaks in your home!
We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. If you have questions or special requests, just drop us a line. To get a free quote, or for emergency service, please contact us at your convenience. We look forward to serving you!
3025 Silver Star Road Suite 113, Florida 32808, United States
Sign up to hear from us about specials, sales, and events.