Professional Heat Pump Services in Lehighton, PA

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24/7 Emergency Heat Pump Repairs

Heat pumps pull double-duty for your home: They keep it warm in the winter and, contrary to its name, cool in the summer.

When running smoothly, they can save you money on your energy bills compared to the traditional furnace. Heat pumps can serve as your primary heating and cooling system or as a supplement to your AC and furnace.

Heat Pump Experts in Carbon, Lehigh & Northampton Counties

The HVAC technicians at Andreas are experts in heat pump installation, maintenance, and repair. Our family has provided HVAC service for the heart of Lehigh Valley for four generations.

If you’re looking to invest in your home’s efficiency, we’d be happy to inspect your current systems to see how you can best use a heat pump.

Not sure if you need a heat pump? Call (610) 377-5261! We’ll help you navigate the details of your home’s heating and cooling needs.

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Carbon County, Lehigh County, Schuylkill County, Monroe County and Northampton County!

Proudly Serving
Carbon County, Lehigh County, Schuylkill County, Monroe County and Northampton County!

Heat Pump Repair

If you own one, you know heat pumps are renowned for their reliability. But components still need some occasional TLC during their 10- to 20-year lifetime.

Thermostats, circuit breakers, coils, and condensing units can suffer weather damage or general wear and tear that, if not addressed, can render the unit inoperable.

Signs you need a heat pump repair:

  • Your heat pump cannot heat or cool your home like it used to.
  • It makes loud or unusual sounds (this is a big warning sign, as heat pumps typically operate quietly).
  • Your heat pump powers on but won’t blow air.
  • You notice frozen coils (this can happen even on the hottest days, and it’s a big red flag).
  • The heat pump seems to go through short or frequent cycles.

Don’t let it linger! Contact us today to take care of your heat pump repairs right away.

Heat Pump Installation & Replacement

Incorporating a heat pump should be a consideration if you’d like to make your home run more efficiently. Heat pumps in the Lehigh Valley area can supplement your home’s efficiency, particularly in the summer, as well as early winter and early spring.

Andreas experts will help you determine what type and size of heat pump is best for your home. We carry top brands for all types and have professional installation crews.

Types of heat pumps for your home:

What Is a Geothermal Heat Pump?

Geothermal heat pumps heat through a series of looped pipes buried outdoors. The pipes contain a water solution, which pulls heat from the air inside your home or from underground temperatures and moves it out of or into your home, depending on the season.

Save Money on Energy-Efficient Heat Pumps

Local electric companies often offer rebates for purchasing energy-efficient appliances, including heat pumps. Check to see if your provider can help you save:

Contact us to plan your heat pump installation. We look forward to upgrading your home’s efficiency.

Heat Pump Maintenance & Tune-Ups

Heat pumps require regular maintenance to ensure reliable, energy-efficient operation. Team Andreas has the skills and training to perform standard maintenance tasks on any heat pump installed in your home, including Goodman, Ruud, Carrier, Rheem, Bryant, or others.

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Contact us today at (610) 377-5261 to speak with our team about your maintenance needs. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Heat Pump Repair

How often should I have my heat pump serviced?

It’s best to have your heat pump serviced at least once per year. However, if it’s your primary system rather than supplemental to a furnace (meaning it gets used for most of the year), it’s a good idea to have it serviced twice: once at the end of spring and once right before fall.

What’s the difference between a heat pump and a furnace?

Heat pumps don’t need a fuel source to generate heat; they generate heat using electricity and refrigerant. Heat pumps can also be reversed to cool your home in the summer.

Why Choose Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning?

We understand your comfort depends on reliable heating and cooling systems, and we’re dedicated to delivering the highest quality work and service in Pennsylvania, including emergency services.

What do others say about us? Read these customer reviews to find out.

Contact Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning to learn how professional heat pump services can improve your home’s comfort and efficiency.

Call (610) 377-5261 today or contact us online.