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WHAT WE OFFERHeat Pump Service, Repair, and Maintenance in Burlington & Alamance County, NC

We have provided timely heat pump service for over 30 years.
All our industry-standard certified technicians perform continuous ongoing training. Our high standards for our team will reflect on the quality of work and the customer service we provide to our customers.
We know heat pumps can be fickle and don't break just between the hours of 9-5 which is why we are are always available 24-7 to make sure you have working a working heat pump as soon as possible.
With 35 years experience, we can handle all repairs, big and small, to get your heat pump blowing warm air again fast.

Heat Pump Repairs, Tune-Ups, and Installations

A heat pump is a device used to transfer heat from a colder area to a warmer area. The heat pump contains a refrigerant that absorbs heat from one place and releases it at another place. Heat pumps are often used in residential and commercial buildings to provide heating and cooling.

Heat pumps are efficient because they use a small amount of energy to move a large amount of heat from one place to another. This makes them a more efficient way to heat or cool your home than traditional HVAC systems, which rely on burning fuel to create heat or using other elements such as freon to cool the air.

If you are in need of a heat pump repair, our team at LM Wilson is here to help. We provide emergency repair services to ensure that your heat pump is up and running as quickly as possible. We also offer routine maintenance and installation services to help keep your heat pump running smoothly. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a service appointment!

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    What is a Heat Pump?

    A heat pump is a device that uses outside air to heat or cool a home. Heat pump maintenance is important to keep your heat pump running efficiently and reducing the amount of energy you use to heat or cool your home. Some tips for maintaining your heat pump include:

    -Checking the filters regularly and changing them when they are dirty

    -Cleaning the coils on the exterior of the unit

    -Making sure the outdoor unit is free of debris

    -Ensuring there is enough clearance around the unit

    -Testing the thermostat to make sure it is working properly

    What To Do When Your Heat Pump Isn't Heating?

    A heat pump can break for a number of reasons, such as low coolant levels, a clogged filter or dirty coils. If the fan belt breaks, it can damage the compressor, which is the most expensive part of the heat pump. Other common problems include low refrigerant levels and a thermostat that is set too high or low.

    What Are The Symptoms of a Broken or Failing Heat Pump?

    A broken heat pump can cause a lot of problems in your home. One of the most common (and obvious) symptoms is that it will stop working altogether. If you notice that your heat pump isn’t working, be sure to call a technician right away. Another symptom of a broken heat pump is that it will start making strange noises. If you hear any strange noises coming from your heat pump, it’s best to have it checked out by a professional. Lastly, if your heat pump is leaking fluid, you’ll want to get it fixed as soon as possible. Leaking fluid can be dangerous and can damage your home’s interior.

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