Heat Pump Repairs in Tampa Bay and Beyond

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After 50 years of service and countless heat pump repairs, it’s no wonder why we’ve become the most trusted solution for all HVAC needs in Tampa Bay. Our pros can repair any heat pump brand and model in the same day we arrive, and back up our service with some of the best warranties and guarantees in the industry.

All of our heat pump repairs include:

  • Same-day service, no overtime charges

  • Upfront, flat-rate pricing

  • 100% satisfaction—guaranteed

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Signs your heat pump needs to be repaired

Some of the signs that your heat pump is in need of repairs include:

  • Strange noises. A strange noise could indicate a variety of issues with your heat pump. For example, grinding noises can often indicate that your air handler motor is overheating. Hissing and/or bubbling noises, on the other hand, could mean there’s a leak in the refrigerant lines.
  • Thick ice has appeared on the outdoor unit. If you notice reduced airflow from your heat pump, and find ice on the outside or inside unit, it’s likely you have an issue with your heat pump’s refrigerant. That should necessitate a call to your friends at Cool Today.
  • Leaking water. Do you notice water pooling up around your unit? This is typically a sign that your condensate line (the white PVC drain pipe that removes condensation from your unit) is clogged.

Cost to repair a heat pump in Tampa

  • Low: $250
  • Average: $360
  • High: $1,000+

The cost to repair your heat pump will depend on a few factors, including:

  • Replacement parts. Sometimes, when a heat pump breaks down, it becomes necessary to replace a part. These parts vary in cost. If a replacement part is required to repair the system, your tech will explain exactly what’s needed and ask for your approval to continue with the job.
  • System accessibility. Systems that are located in a hard-to-reach area of your home (an attic or crawl space), can increase the time it takes to complete the repair. Our techs will figure out the quickest/easiest way to access your system and keep costs as low as possible.
  • Whether or not your unit is still under warranty. If your heat pump is still under a parts warranty, a labor warranty, or both, some or all of the cost of the repair repairs may be covered.

Want to know more about what will affect your repair cost? Read our article "How Much Does a Heat Pump Repair Cost in Florida?".

How we repair your heat pump

1) Schedule your appointment with us

Call us at (800) 506-6194 or contact us online to schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.

2) Watch for our arrival

We’ll promptly arrive at your home within the designated service window. We may ask a few follow-up questions about the problem you’re having, and then have you point us toward your heat pump.

3) Relax while we identify and fix the issue

We’ll take it from here! Our techs work quickly and efficiently to identify the problem and find the best solution. Once we know what’s wrong, we’ll share our findings with you and provide a fixed, upfront price for the work needed.

4) We make sure you're comfortable

Once your heat pump is fixed and running smoothly again, we'll make sure you have the chance to bring up any problems you had with our service. If the service wasn't world-class or the job wasn’t done to your expectations, we want to know about it. You can be sure we’ll make it right.

Heat pump not heating/cooling your home?

Try troubleshooting these common heat pump issues yourself by:

  1. Checking your thermostat. Be sure your thermostat is switched to the proper setting ("HEAT" or "COOL"). You’d be surprised by how often the setting is accidentally switched.
  2. Changing your air filter. A clogged air filter blocks airflow, which causes your system to work extra hard. This puts a significant strain on your system overall. If your air filter is noticeably dirty, replace the filter with a new one.
  3. Cleaning your outside unit. Go to your outside condenser unit and remove/clear any debris or vegetation around the unit. Make sure the unit has about 2 feet of clear space to breathe properly.
  4. Checking the circuit breaker. A power surge may have tripped one of the heat pump’s circuit breakers. In this case, go to your electrical panel and check the breakers (for the indoor and outdoor unit). If one of them is tripped, switch the breaker to the OFF position, then switch the breaker to the ON position.

If your heat pump still isn't working right, give us a call and we’ll diagnose the problem.

Thanks so much for hiring such great people.

Rick called ahead and let me know when he would be arriving. He checked out everything thoroughly, told me what was wrong and what the unit needed and why. It was just a small part. He fixed it, explained everything and now it’s ALL GOOD! Thanks so much for hiring such great people. We've been COOL Customers, for many years, and have always been very happy with your service!

—Pam C. from Tampa Bay, FL
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