Bryant Heat Pump Repair Service by NATE-Certified Technicians
Bryant heat pumps are a popular brand thanks to their energy-efficiency and long-term use. However, even with annual maintenance and a 15-year expected lifespan, your Bryant system might require repairs at some point.
Repairs are inevitable, especially when you consider how much your heat pump works for your home year round. With Feltons’ Heating and Cooling as your comfort specialist, you can rest assured that your system will be diagnosed and repaired quickly, so you can go back to enjoying your home.
How Do You Know it is Time for a Bryant Heat Pump Repair Appointment?
Most of the time, you are well aware that your Bryant heat pump needs a repair – because it most likely is not turning on. However, your system gives off indicators it requires professional assistance, and if you know what those indicators are, you can catch the need for repairs before a full system failure occurs.
Not sure you need a repair appointment? Here are a few reasons you might need to call upon the team from Feltons’ Heating and Cooling:
- Ice Developing on the Coils: One of the more apparent indicators is ice developing on the outdoor unit while it is operating in heat mode. This is entirely normal, but your system has a built-in feature to remove the ice. If you notice that the ice layer becomes thick or comes in contact with any parts, then the defrost feature is no longer working as it should. Schedule a repair appointment right away, because allowing that ice layer to continue to thicken will only cause further damage.
- Reduced Airflow: Your heat pump’s primary function is to use airflow and adjust the temperature of that air to suit your set temperature inside. When airflow becomes restricted, such as dust or foreign objects blocking it, you might notice that temperatures do not reach the setting you have on the internal thermostat.
- Odd Noises: By now, you most likely know that your Bryant heat pump is relatively quiet. So, if you start hearing strange noises, clicking, or your unit becomes louder than usual, it is time to call someone in for diagnostics. Sometimes, noises are nothing serious, while other times they indicate loose or failing components.
- Auxiliary Heat is On Continuously: On your thermostat, you may see “aux heat” frequently on. While it is normal to go on and off, if it stays on, you may need a repair.
- Temperatures are Not Comfortable, but Energy Costs on the Rise: When you notice a decrease in efficiency, you need a repair appointment. Often a drop means that you have a dirty system or one component is not working as it should – forcing the rest of the unit to work harder and overcompensate (thus, sucking in more energy).
For Fast, Reliable Service, Call Feltons’ Heating and Cooling for Bryant Heat Pump Repair
The certified technicians at Feltons’ Heating and Cooling service all makes and models of Bryant heat pumps. We understand how frustrating it can be when your system is not working as it should, which is why we dispatch technicians quickly to our customers’ homes for faster diagnostics and repairs.
We serve residents of Longview, Kelso, Castle Rock to Scappoose, St. Helens, Columbia City. Reach out to the team at Feltons’ Heating and Cooling today at 360-577-5871 or fill out our online form to inquire about our Bryant heat pump repair and maintenance services.