It’s normal for your heat pump to create some noise as it heats or cools your house. Wintertime can make it particularly noisy, since it may go into defrost mode to stop itself from frosting over.
There are several approaches you can take to make your heat pump operate more quietly no matter the season.
1. Request Routine Heat Pump Checkups
Heat pump maintenance is very important, as it keeps your manufacturer warranty ongoing. This protects your finances if your heat pump has a huge malfunction while it’s under warranty.
It can also help our professionals uncover small troubles that can make your heat pump louder. And potentially help you avoid a pricey repair during severe weather that compromises your comfort.
If little heat pump problems keep on going undetected, they could make your system stop working later. By pinpointing issues like this ahead of time, our techs can get your heat pump fixed before you surely need to rely on it.
Even more critical, having a specialist clean and lubricate your heat pump’s moving components may make it more efficient. This could help you conserve more on your utility expenses.
Since your heat pump works year-round, we recommend having this service done biannually, before summer and before winter.
2. Regularly Install a New Air Filter
Your house’s air remains fresh and clean as a result of your air filter. When the filter starts to be clogged, it can result in several issues, like short cycling. This makes your heat pump turn on and off more frequently, need excess energy and may wear it out more quickly.
Here’s how regularly we recommend putting in a new air filter:
- Flat filter: Once a month
- Pleated filter: Every three months
If you have allergies or pets, you could need to change the filter more regularly.
3. Get in Touch with Air Commander's Heating & Air Conditioning Co. When Your Heat Pump is Making Weird Noises
Some heat pumps, typically older ones, can create more noise than others. If you’re experiencing very loud or weird noises, you should get in touch with a heating and cooling company like Air Commander's Heating & Air Conditioning Co. for heat pump repair in Haines City.
Here are a couple of noises that are a sign something’s wrong with your heat pump, how to repair them and when you should contact a professional.
Heat Pump Making High-Pitched Noise
If your heat pump is making racket that is hard on your ears, including screeching or squealing, it’s frequently because of the motor. The bearings could be dirty, or the motor could be breaking down. Regardless, you need to have a professional check it out.
Heat Pump Making Buzzing Sounds
Buzzing noises are regularly because of electrical components, which should be checked by a licensed HVAC technician.
Heat Pump Making Hissing Noise
If your heat pump is hissing, a few things could be the issue. You might have a gap in your air ducts in some area, which means conditioned air is escaping and your house will be less comfy due to this. A hissing sound may also mean your heat pump has a refrigerant leak, which is an emergency. Your system has to have refrigerant to transfer heat, and when the fluid is low, you could cause serious damage to your heat pump. Contact us at 863-216-2923 immediately for help.
Like we discussed earlier, the majority of heat pump problems can be uncovered and resolved during regular service. While our pros are at your house finishing repairs, don’t forget to check with us about booking your next maintenance appointment.
You should get calm, energy-efficient comfort. When your heat pump is producing more noise than it typically does or odd sounds, contact us at 863-216-2923 to request your appointment now.