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Calgary Heat Pump Repair

Heat pump repair services for Calgary, Cochrane & Surrounding Areas

When your heat pump isn’t working properly and you need to have it looked at, the team at Spring’s Heating is perfect for the job. As more Calgary homeowners opt for heat pumps over air conditioners, we’ve helped hundreds of customers with their heat pump repair needs in the city and surrounding areas. You can expect the incredible service and expertise we’re known for in the community for any brand of heat pump.


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Why choose Spring’s to repair your heat pump

Choosing Spring’s Heating for your heat pump repair means trusting your HVAC system to skilled technicians who prioritize efficiency, reliability, and customer satisfaction. Our team delivers precise diagnostics and solutions, ensuring your heat pump operates at peak performance.

Here are some of the top things we offer our customers

Fully-trained Technicians

Spring’s Heating employs fully-trained technicians, ensuring your heating and cooling needs are met with expertise, efficiency, and the latest industry-standard practices for optimal performance.

Affordable Services

We’re committed to providing cost-effective solutions for your HVAC needs. We offer competitively priced services without compromising on quality or reliability for your home or business.

Guaranteed Workmanship

We stand behind our work, offering guaranteed workmanship on all services. Experience peace of mind knowing your HVAC system is in expert hands.

Expert Advice

Benefit from Spring’s Heating’s wealth of knowledge with expert advice tailored to your specific needs, helping you make informed decisions for your HVAC system’s care.

Is it time to repair your heat pump?

When you’ve noticed a change in your indoor comfort, the culprit might be your heat pump. Common signs it’s time to repair your heat pump include:

  • Inconsistent heating or cooling throughout the home
  • Unusually high energy bills
  • Short cycling or the heat pump frequently turning on and off
  • Ice buildup on the outdoor unit during winter
  • The system is stuck in one mode (either heating or cooling)
  • Strange noises or vibrations coming from the heat pump
  • Reduced airflow from vents
  • The heat pump fails to reach the set temperature
  • Persistent issues with humidity levels indoors
  • Leaks or pooling water around the unit
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If you’re looking for a new heat pump or it’s time to replace your existing one, we recommend Carrier advanced heat pumps

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Infinity® Variable-Speed Heat Pump With Greenspeed® Intelligence

Our highest efficiency and most advanced heat pump with up to 22 SEER2 for premium energy savings with extremely quiet performance and premium comfort features.

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Performance™ Heat Pump with InteliSense™ Technology

Performance series heat pumps offer that perfect balance between budget limits you may have today and your desire for long-term energy savings.

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Comfort™ Heat Pump

Comfort series heat pumps are designed simply to be reliable, efficient and affordable. As a heat pump they give you the benefit of summer cooling along with cooler season heating.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common problems with heat pumps?

Heat pumps can encounter several common issues, including:

  • Insufficient heating or cooling: This can be due to low refrigerant levels, thermostat problems, or airflow issues.
  • Frozen outdoor unit: In cold weather, the outdoor unit may freeze due to malfunctioning defrost cycles or insufficient airflow.
  • Strange noises: Unusual sounds like grinding, squealing, or rattling could indicate motor problems or loose components.
  • Not turning on: This could be due to electrical issues, such as tripped breakers, malfunctioning capacitors, or thermostat problems.
  • Short cycling: If the heat pump turns on and off too frequently, it might be due to a thermostat issue, a clogged filter, or an incorrectly sized unit.

The time it takes to replace a heat pump can vary depending on several factors, including the type of heat pump being installed, the need for any ductwork modifications, and the complexity of the installation site. Generally, a straightforward replacement can take about one day. However, more complex installations, especially those that require extensive ductwork modifications or are geothermal (ground-source) heat pumps, might take several days to complete.

You should call a professional for heat pump repair when:

  • You notice any of the common problems listed above, especially if they persist despite basic troubleshooting (e.g., checking the thermostat or replacing filters).
  • There is a significant drop in heating or cooling efficiency that external factors cannot explain.
  • You hear persistent unusual noises coming from the unit.
  • The system fails to turn on or frequently trips the circuit breaker.

Attempting to address complex issues without the proper knowledge and tools can lead to further damage or even personal injury.

Your heat pump might need to be replaced if:

  • It is older than 10 to 15 years and frequently requires repairs.
  • You’re experiencing a significant increase in energy bills due to decreased efficiency.
  • Repairs are becoming increasingly costly, especially if key components like the compressor fail.
  • The system no longer adequately heats or cools your home, even after repairs.

While homeowners can perform basic maintenance tasks such as cleaning or replacing air filters, checking thermostat settings, and ensuring clear airflow around the unit, most repairs should be left to professionals. Heat pumps are complex systems that involve electrical components, refrigerants, and specialized parts. Incorrect handling can cause further damage to the system, reduce efficiency, pose safety risks, and void the warranty. For any issues beyond basic maintenance, it’s best to consult a professional technician with the expertise and equipment to safely and effectively address the problem.