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Heat Pump Repair

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Heat Pump Repair - We’re Here to the Rescue in St. Peters & Beyond

Heating and cooling are basic comforts. And when they are absent, it is very difficult to even go about daily household chores. If you’re a homeowner, it’s just one of the many things you hope you don’t have to worry about. But if you are having trouble with your heat pump, Jerry Kelly is here to help.

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Signs Your Heat Pump Needs a Repair

While you may be dealing with a total breakdown, not all signs that you need a heat pump repair are obvious. If anything on this list is happening to your system, then your feeling that you should seek out an HVAC company is correct:

  • Strange, unfamiliar noises.
  • Uneven heating or cooling.
  • Suddenly deteriorating indoor air quality.
  • Mismatched thermostat reading.
  • Unusually high electric bill.
  • Unpleasant odors coming from your vents.

Some of these signs may indicate that a heat pump replacement is necessary, which we can also assist you with.

We Aim to Exceed Your Expectations

Have you ever dealt with a company that arrives late, delivers unsatisfactory performance, does not go back to make something right, or all of the above?

You will be treated to an entirely different experience with Jerry Kelly. For the past 40 years, we have gone out of our way to look after the interests of others. By implementing what the community prefers in HVAC service, we have become known as a quality company that delivers 100% satisfaction every time.

Call or text us at 636.757.8506 for an expert heat pump repair. Get your issue resolved promptly.

Can heat pumps be repaired?

Yes! A heat pump can be fixed. However, if your heat pump is more than 15 years old, it may be time to replace it. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider repairing your heat pump rather than replacing it:

  • If your heat pump is less than 10 years old.
  • The dirt and dust buildup on your heat pump is all that has to be removed.
  • The repairs are not prohibitively costly.
  • You are just doing an annual maintenance
What is the average lifespan of a heat pump?

Heat pumps can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years, depending on usage and maintenance, with 15 years being the average lifespan. Heat pumps function similarly to air conditioners, but because they can supply both heating and cooling, they are often utilized for a longer period of time each year.

What are the advantages of a heat pump vs. HVAC system?

One of the benefits of a heat pump is that it runs on electricity, eliminating the need for natural gas or a propane tank. Also, because heat pumps employ a whole-house duct system, the heat produced is dispersed uniformly throughout the house, decreasing the number of cold patches and keeping everyone comfortable. A heat pump's efficiency, particularly geothermal heat pumps, is also a significant benefit. Heat pumps, in general, produce more cold and warm air by volume than they use in energy.

The Most Important Part of Our Company is Our Customers
Jane V.
23:24 01 Jul 22
They weren't able to service my daughter's unit but Emily was the absolute greatest in guiding us to someone who could help. Emily earns all five stars in customer service!
Adam R.
01:30 01 Jul 22
Jerry Kelly was extremely efficient, conscientious, and thorough when it came to outline the issue with my air conditioning unit.
Michael S.
00:53 01 Jul 22
Jerry A. Was very nice and explained everything to me and my wife. He let us know what things would cost. He wore his mask and work shoe covers when inside. He made a uneasy situation enjoyable.

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