At IRBIS, We Fix Your Heat Pump Fast and Restore Your Comfort
IRBIS provides high-quality heat pump repair in the San Jose area. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we service some of the most dependable and efficient heat pump systems on the market.
When you need heat pump service, our technicians arrive promptly to troubleshoot and address the problem. They are fully licensed and trained to deal with any issue, big or small. All the tools and parts they need to get the job done are stocked in our trucks. This means they can make any repair fast on the day they arrive. When your heat pump starts to act up, you never have to be without heating or cooling for long. We’ll make sure small problems are resolved so you don’t end up dealing with a more serious breakdown or expensive repair later.
How It Works
With our specialist via phone call or schedule online.
Whole House Inspection
We will inspect the heating, air conditioning system, ductwork, thermostat, air flow delivery, carbon monoxide and electrical components check.
We build options that are designed for your family needs.
Planning/Obtaining a City Permit
Our Inspection coordinator will work with HOA/City to get the city permits and schedule further inspections.
Performing the Work
Our licensed team of technicians will ensure to complete the work by IRBIS standards.
We will provide you a detailed report of completed work with pictures.
What Does a Heat Pump Do?
Unlike an air conditioner, a heat pump provides cooling and heating. It can be reversed depending on the season and weather conditions in the San Jose area. And while an AC generates cool air, a heat pump moves heat from one place to another, which requires less energy. It extracts heat from the outside air via a refrigerant that’s compressed to warm it even more. Heat is released by the indoor unit; in cooling mode, warm air from indoors is released outside.
Does My Heat Pump Need Service?
Heat pumps are very reliable, versatile, and efficient. But like all HVAC systems, they can wear out, become damaged, or break down. Signs that a problem may be developing include rattling, groaning, and other unusual noises. A lack of heat from the air that’s blowing, short cycling, or a frozen/iced-over heat pump can also mean the unit needs to be repaired.
Old age can also affect a heat pump’s performance. As it nears the end of its operating life, the system may not work as effectively or efficiently. Ultimately, it will stop working entirely. The manufacturer should indicate how long the heat pump model can be expected to last. If at any point during the unit’s life your energy bills start to increase, have it checked for mechanical or electrical problems. Fixing them quickly can prolong the life of your heat pump.
Why IRBIS Is the Best
The IRBIS team always has you covered. To request heat pump repair, book service online or call 650-686-5462.