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Heat Pump Repair

At Advance Heating & Cooling, we offer expert heat pump repair services in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph. Our experienced technicians use high-quality parts and the latest technology to quickly diagnose and fix any issues with your heat pump.

A malfunctioning heat pump can lead to increased energy bills, discomfort, and even affect the quality of indoor air.





Heat Pump Problems ​


  • Malfunctioning compressor
  • Low refrigerant levels
  • Dirty or clogged air filters
  • Issues with the thermostat
  • Damaged reversing valve
  • Electrical problems
  • Frozen evaporator coils
  • Loud or unusual noises coming from the system
  • Poor airflow


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Furnace Repair FAQ

Q: What are the common problems with heat pumps?

A: The common problems with heat pumps include refrigerant leaks, faulty thermostats, frozen coils, and issues with the compressor.

Q:How often should I have my heat pump serviced?

A: Heat pumps should be serviced at least once a year to ensure they are working efficiently and to catch any potential problems before they become major issues.

Q: Why is my heat pump making strange noises?

A: Strange noises coming from your heat pump could be due to a loose or damaged fan, debris in the outdoor unit, or issues with the motor.

Q: What should I do if my heat pump is not producing heat or cool air?

A: Check the thermostat settings, air filters, and make sure the unit is receiving power. If these are not the issue, it may be time to call a professional for repairs.

Q:How can I tell if my heat pump needs to be replaced?

A: If your heat pump is more than 10-15 years old and requires frequent repairs, it may be time to consider replacement. A professional technician can help you determine if replacement is the best option.

Q:Why is my heat pump freezing up?

A: Heat pumps can freeze up due to a lack of airflow, low refrigerant levels, or issues with the outdoor unit's fan or motor.

Q: How can I improve my heat pump's efficiency?

A: Regular maintenance, such as cleaning or replacing air filters and keeping the outdoor unit free of debris, can improve your heat pump's efficiency.

Q: How can I prevent heat pump problems?

A: Regular maintenance, such as annual tune-ups, can help prevent heat pump problems. It is also important to keep the outdoor unit free of debris and change air filters regularly.

Q: How long does a heat pump last?

A: A well-maintained heat pump can last 10-15 years or more. However, if the unit is not maintained properly or experiences frequent issues, its lifespan may be shorter.


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