Charlotte is known for having hot, humid summer days, chilly winters, and everything in between, so you’ll want a reliable system to provide your home with the heating and cooling you need throughout the year. Heat pumps are a great option if you want a system that both cools and heats your home. Our Acosta Heating & Cooling team can help you determine if a heat pump is the right choice for your home’s comfort needs and provide you with professional services to meet all your heat pump needs.
To learn more about adding a heat pump to your home or our heat pump services, contact the team at Acosta today by calling 704-527-7401.
Heat Pump Repair
You don’t have to settle for a heat pump that’s not heating or cooling your home efficiently. When you notice your heat pump isn’t working as efficiently as it should, turn to the pros at Acosta for fast and reliable heat pump repairs. We offer prompt services and are available day and night to restore your home’s comfort.
Signs you need heat pump repairs include:
- Poor heating or cooling quality
- Unusual noises
- No airflow
If you notice any of these signs, reach out to the Acosta team at 704-527-7401 to schedule a heat pump repair today.
Heat Pump Installation
When you’re ready to install a heat pump as your cost-effective and reliable heating and cooling system, turn to Acosta for professional installation services. We have more than 45 years of experience installing heat pumps for homeowners throughout the Charlotte area. You can count on our team to install a heat pump that’s energy-efficient and reliable.
Want to learn more about installing a heat pump in your home and the benefits that come with it? Speak with a team member by contacting Acosta online or calling 704-527-7401.
Heat Pump Maintenance
If you want to keep your heat pump running as efficiently as possible for years to come, you’ll want to set up routine maintenance services with Acosta. Our experienced and knowledgeable team will perform a thorough inspection and tune-up on your heat pump to ensure you have reliable comfort in your home for every season.
You can ensure your heat pump’s performance year after year by enrolling in the Acosta Club to make sure you receive routine professional maintenance. We take care of the scheduling for you and make sure to show up on time to perform a thorough checkup and tune-up.
To learn more about our maintenance program, call Acosta today at 704-527-7401.
Schedule Heat Pump Service in Charlotte Today
Ready to install a new heat pump as your home’s heating and cooling system? Turn to the trusted pros at Acosta. We have access to top brands and will help you choose the right one for your home and budget. Our certified technicians are dedicated to your home’s comfort needs and are here to service your heat pump throughout its life span. We have over 45 years of heat pump experience and provide a peace-of-mind guarantee to ensure you’re always satisfied with our work and results.
Schedule your heat pump service with Acosta today by contacting us at 704-527-7401.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it true heat pumps lose their effectiveness at certain temperatures?
Heat pumps do perform at less than 100% efficiency at temperatures 20 degrees or lower. That’s why people who live in regions where outdoor temperatures often drop below freezing typically use a furnace, boiler, or other type of heating system. North Carolina nighttime temps are generally above freezing in the winter, so it’s rarely an issue here.
Can a heat pump really produce enough heat for an entire house?
Yes, as long as they’re sized and located properly, a heat pump can efficiently and comfortably heat your home. While single heat pumps work most efficiently in homes with more open floor plans, new technologies have increased their operating efficiencies, so heating an entire house with a heat pump is an attractive option for many homeowners.
What else can a heat pump do besides heating?
Heat pumps use electricity to transfer heat, not generate it, so they can be much more efficient than other conventional pieces of equipment. A high-efficiency heat pump performs the same functions as five major home appliances: heaters, air conditioners, room air filters, dehumidifiers, and ceiling fans.
Why is my heat pump blowing cold air even when it’s cold outside?
There are several reasons your home’s heat pump might blow cold air in the middle of winter: a low refrigerant level, a thermostat set to cool, or a problem with the reversing valve, which switches your heat pump from cooling to heating mode. First, make sure the thermostat is set to “auto.” If you suspect a problem with the reversing valve or low refrigerant, have a professional check for and repair these or any other issues.
Can I still set separate temperatures in different rooms if I install a heat pump?
Yes! If you want to fix room temperature imbalances or are looking to save on your utility bill, you can add zoning to an existing HVAC system, including a heat pump. Multi-zone systems let you maintain different temperatures in different rooms, so every space is at your desired comfort level. Once installed, each zone can be individually controlled, which also helps you reduce energy costs.