Heat Pump Repair, Heat Pump Service & Heat Pump ReplacementGrand Island, NY, Lockport, NY, Lewiston, NY, Buffalo, NY, North Tonawanda, NY & Wheatfield, NY
Tropical Heating & Cooling is your trusted source for a full range of heat pump services in Western New York. Continuing 29 years of experience, we answer the challenge of year-round weather extremes with wonderfully compact, versatile, quiet, and effective systems. Through advancements in technology and design, modern heat pumps not only optimize energy efficiency and trim monthly costs but handle both heating and cooling demands. You’ll enjoy a perfectly cool home all summer long and save money on heating costs all winter.
Heat Pump Repairs, Service & Installations
Call on Tropical Heating & Cooling for new installation, equipment upgrades, seasonal maintenance, and repair of all brands and models of heat pumps. We’re happy to provide further information and help you take advantage of the many benefits of dual-fuel systems. By catering our recommendations to suit your goals and expectations, we maximize value and satisfaction from your investment. Our team avoids damage to your personal property for every job and completes all work with a quick turnaround, spending no more time in your home than necessary. We remain on call 24/7, offering Emergency Repair service across Niagara Falls, NY, Grand Island, NY, Lockport, NY, North Tonawanda, NY, Tonawanda, NY, Amherst, NY, Williamsville, NY, West Seneca, NY, Lewiston, NY, Pendleton, NY; Wheatfield, NY.
As Western New Yorkers, we know how tough the winters here can be, which is why you need a team that understands your environment and knows how to help. Many customers in the Buffalo area use heat pumps and occasionally these heat pumps can break or malfunction.
Here are a few main reasons why your heat pump may not be working properly:
- Poor maintenance – During annual tune-ups your technician will clean filters, coils and check the other components of the system. Clogged filters prevent air from flowing which can disrupt the compressor. Units may over-run, blow cold are or even shut down.
- Its Winter – Frost tends to form on outdoor coils, but a coating of ice in any season can disrupt the heat transfer. You should run a the defrost cycle and that should clear the issue. If not, please call (716) 870-0753.