A heat pump is an air conditioner that has the ability to run its cycle backwards. During the summer season in El Paso the heat pump will pull the heat out of the home to keep it nice and cool.
A heat pump is highly beneficial for families to enjoy a comfortable atmosphere. With this equipment, residents can enjoy a nice warm temperature during the cold nights in Texas. And of course, they will love the cool temperature during the sunny days as well.
Sometimes home owners realize that their heat pump is not functioning properly. We understand that this can be a huge inconvenience. The last thing anyone wants is an uncomfortable home. The common malfunction issues with heat pumps that most residents might face are:
- A heat pump that will not start
- Cooling issues
- Heating issues
- General operation questions
- Heat pump defrost
- Heat pump noise
At Dosher Refrigeration we recommend that our customers perform regular checkups on their equipment to ensure effective performance. More often than not, it is better to fix any simple problems before they become serious. Expensive repairs can be avoided by performing regular checkups. An expert can come to the homeowners property and perform preventive maintenance as well. This service includes checking wires, tightening electrical connections, inspecting parts for improper wear and tear, and so on. These are all checks that might be beyond the homeowner’s understanding. For this reason, we ensure that our technicians provide excellent service.
Dosher Refrigeration has the professional experience to do the job right the first time. That includes work with thermostats not calibrated correctly, low refrigerant problem, compressor not running and so much more. There really isn’t too much that our technicians haven’t seen. They remain up-to-date with training. Not only that, they are well versed in a variety of troubleshooting, repair and installation knowledge. We have customers in the El Paso area that choose us for all of their HVAC needs, to include servicing their heat pumps.