Heat Pump Services
Heat Pump Services in Chester County & the Surrounding Areas
As all residents of Chester County know, winter is no joke in Pennsylvania! With average lows below freezing, your heat pump needs to be in top working order to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, so your family stays comfortable. Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is your trusted resource for heat pump services in Chester County and the surrounding areas. As a family-owned and -operated company, we do our best to keep your family safe and comfortable. With more than seven decades of experience and knowledge, we’re your local experts for professional heat pump maintenance, repair, and installation.
Get your heat pump ready for winter and keep it going strong through the coldest nights and hottest days. Contact Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for reliable heat pump service, replacement & installation in Chester County.
Heat pumps provide an all-in-one heating and cooling solution. While their performance drops off as temperatures approach and dip below freezing, many homeowners harness their high efficiency to cut costs by supplementing their existing system. They can also be used to heat and cool rooms individually. Heat pumps are versatile solutions that can meet many needs as a primary or secondary source of heat. Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling can help you develop a home heating strategy that maximizes your comfort while minimizing costs. We offer many services for heat pumps, including:
- Heat pump repair
- Heat pump maintenance
- Heat pump replacement & installation
- Refrigerant leak detection
Heat Pump Repair
If your heat pump breaks down, is unable to keep your home comfortable, or is making strange noises, it’s time to call in a professional. The NATE-certified technicians at Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling are trained to work with all makes and models of heat pumps, so they can quickly and accurately diagnose any issues. They’ll get your heat pump working, perform any needed maintenance, and restore its efficiency.
24/7 Emergency Heat Pump Repair
At Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, we know that heat pump problems can’t wait in the winter. Leaving your family in below-freezing temperatures for any period of time is not an option! Dealing with sweltering summer temps is also a problem. No matter the season or the hour, we can help.
Come to us for a responsive team who can bring relief immediately in the event of a heat pump breakdown. To keep your family warm, we offer same-day emergency heat pump repair service. We’ll be there when you need us to restore comfort to your home ASAP.
If you’re having trouble with your heat pump, don’t wait! We are standing by with NATE-certified technicians who can help you get your heat pump up and running. Contact us today or call our Chester County pros at 484-699-0162 for service.
Common Heat Pump Problems
Over our many decades of serving the Chester County area’s HVAC needs, we’ve diagnosed and repaired every heat pump problem imaginable. These are the most common issues we find in Chester County heat pumps:
- Faulty reversing valve – If this valve fails, your heat pump will be unable to switch from cooling mode to heating mode.
- Electrical failure – Your heat pump relies on many electrical components to help it run its compressor and fan motors. When one of them fails, it needs to be replaced to get your heat pump working again.
- Outdoor unit is iced over – Your heat pump keeps itself from frosting over by running defrost cycles. If something causes the defrost function to fail, the outdoor unit can ice over. Working while covered in ice puts a lot of strain on your heat pump and can cause it to break down.
- Leaking refrigerant – Unlike an AC, your heat pump uses refrigerant in the winter to help it transfer heat. A refrigerant leak will leave it unable to do its job.
If you think your heat pump may be having difficulty, don’t wait for it to break down entirely! Contact us today or call 484-699-0162 for heat pump repair service in Chester County.
Heat Pump Maintenance
Because it both heats and cools your home, your heat pump works harder than any other heating system. If something is out of alignment, malfunctioning, or seeing the effects of regular wear and tear, your heat pump can become less efficient. This makes your energy bills higher as your unit works harder and harder to do its job. It also puts stress on your system, which makes it more likely to break, malfunction, or wear out. At Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, we offer maintenance plans to keep your heat pump running smoothly, year after year. We recommend having your heat pump tuned up twice a year: once in the spring before the weather gets hot, and again in the fall before the temperatures plummet. This will ensure that it’s ready to provide for your comfort needs all year long.
Your heat pump works hard all year long; give it the maintenance it needs to keep going! Contact us today either online or by dialing 484-699-0174 to schedule a heat pump tune-up in Chester County.
Heat Pump Replacement & Installation
While heat pumps are durable and can last 15+ years with proper maintenance, eventually it becomes more cost-effective to replace your old heat pump. Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling can help you choose a new heat pump that fits your needs, preferences, and budget, making sure it’s perfectly sized for your home. Then, we’ll quickly install, calibrate, and optimize it for your home with minimal downtime.
If you suspect it’s time to replace your heat pump and would like to explore your options, contact us today for heat pump replacement & installation in Chester County.
Your Chester County Heat Pump Pros
For over seventy years, Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc.’s dedicated employees have proudly served the Chester County, Pennsylvania area with their knowledgeable, courteous, and professional service. We have extensive experience servicing, repairing, and installing heat pumps to combat Pennsylvania’s frigid winters and hot, humid summers. Our family-owned and -operated HVAC company features upfront pricing, honest assessments, and same-day service to provide for your family’s heating needs all year long. Our friendly, NATE-certified technicians are standing by to deliver high-quality service with a smile in your Chester County home. Stay comfortable with Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling!
Count on the trusted team at Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for all your heat pump needs in Chester County & the surrounding areas. Contact us online today or call 484-699-0174 now!
Heat Pump FAQs
What is a heat pump?
A heat pump uses the concept of energy transfer to heat and cool your home. By moving hot air out of your home in the summer, replacing it with cooler air from outside, or transferring heat energy from the outdoor air into your home in the winter, while moving your home’s colder air out, these systems can efficiently heat and cool your home. This means they are an all-in-one home comfort solution.
Can I use a heat pump in extreme cold?
Heat pumps start to lose their efficiency when the temperature drops below the freezing point. Most will have an emergency heating option that will kick in to continue heating your home when heat transfer becomes the less efficient option.
How can I make my heat pump more efficient?
Your heat pump will operate at maximum efficiency if you keep it well-maintained and address repair issues at the first sign of a problem. A maintenance checkup at the start of the heating season and the cooling season will help with your efficiency goals.
Can a heat pump be used to heat and cool an entire house?
Yes, heat pumps provide an energy-efficient alternative to a traditional HVAC system. They can heat and cool an entire home all year long.
Why is my heat pump blowing cool air in the winter?
Because a heat pump works on the idea of energy transfer, the air that comes out of your register may not feel hot in the winter or cold in the summer. If you are used to an HVAC system, this may make you think something is wrong with the heat pump. This is normal operation, because the air being transferred may be cooler than your body temperature, so it feels cool to your skin. As long as the air coming from the supply vent measures hotter than the air near the return vent, usual 15 to 30 degrees higher, the heat pump is operating properly.