Your heat pump will reach a point where it can no longer address your temperature regulation needs efficiently. Therefore, you’ll need to get a new one to continue enjoying indoor comfort. These signs indicate you need a new heat pump in Big Spring, TX:
Short-cycling occurs when a heat pump turns on and off multiple times without completing a cycle. A compressor consumes the most energy when your system is starting.
Therefore, when your system turns on numerous times, it’ll consume a lot of energy. Short-cycling also increases the strain on your system parts, causing them to break down often.
Short-cycling occurs if you have an oversized or oversized heat pump, a clogged air filter, a faulty thermostat or refrigerant leaks. Repairs may take care of issues such as refrigerant leaks and a faulty thermostat. However, you’ll need to replace your system if it’s improperly sized for your home.
System is Running Constantly
A system that operates without stopping increases the chances of breaking down and consumes more energy. Being undersized for your home is one of the reasons your system may run continuously.
An undersized system doesn’t have enough capability to regulate your indoor temperatures. Therefore, it never achieves the temperatures you inputted on your thermostat, prompting it to run without stopping.
Unfortunately, repairs cannot take care of an undersized heat pump. It’ll only cost you more to continue repairing it. The best solution is to get a new one to enjoy more comfort and energy savings.
Frequent HVAC Repairs
A heat pump goes back to operating efficiently after your service technician works on the problematic parts. However, if your system is old, it may require the service technician’s attention frequently to continue working optimally.
Calling your service technician all the time for repairs is exhausting and costly. Consider upgrading to a new unit.
Reach out to WTR (West Texas Refrigeration) for quality HVAC services. Our NATE-certified service technicians have the right tools, knowledge and experience to work on your system.
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