From routine heating service to heat pump system replacements, no job is too big or too small for our heater repair technicians! We also offer heater installation throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including Cherry Hill, Doylestown, Levittown, Newtown, Bensalem, Morrisville, Mt. Laurel, Philadelphia, and Princeton.
A malfunctioning heat pump can give rise to severe repair issues. Drew's Crew Heating & Air are licensed and experienced in heat pump jobs including, thermostat replacement, compressor replacement and capacitor replacement. Call Drew's Crew today to schedule your heat pump repair today!
Heat pump installation does a lot more than give you a brand new piece of equipment to add to your home. This heating service procedure provides many advantages, including an increase in energy efficiency, lower utility bills, and increased comfort levels. We also provide heat pump system repair and maintenance.
From our five-star customer service, our commitment to open, honest communication, and our dedication to industry best practices, Drew's Crew is ready to serve.
The fastest way to determine whether or not you have a heat pump is to turn the heat on at your thermostat. When you feel hot air coming through your vents, see if the outdoor unit is running. If it is, you know you have a heat pump!
The emergency heat setting locks out the heat pump and forces the auxiliary heat source to provide all of the home's heating. At this point, your heat pump is working as an electric furnace (which costs more to use than a heat pump), or it's using the backup furnace.
You should only select "emergency heat" when your heat pump stops heating altogether. Otherwise, keep your thermostat set to "heat."
As the name implies, emergency heat is for emergencies only. Emergency heat is used when there's something wrong with your "first stage" heat, like a heat pump. It uses supplemental heating sources such as the electric resistance heating at the indoor unit, gas, oil, or hot-water backup systems.
Auxiliary heat will turn on automatically when heat can't efficiently transfer outside air to the heat pump, typically when the outside is around 35-40 degrees, and the indoor temperature is approximately three degrees cooler than what your thermostat is set. The idea behind auxiliary heat is to warm up the home as quickly as possible and raise it to the desired temperature set on the thermostat.
The thermostat should be on the correct setting for the temperature and the season. After you check the thermostat's wiring, you need to confirm that the thermostat is sending an "on" signal, which one of our trained HVAC technicians can help you determine.
If a component is malfunctioning, it may cause the heat pump to not turn on. Make sure the circuit panels have not been tripped, inspect the sub panels that supply power to the heat pump, and examine your main electrical panel. Or, you can take advantage of our premier heating services and have a heating system expert take a look at it all for you! Each certified member of our team is well-versed in system diagnosis, system replacement, and heating repair.
Some signs of the problem include humming noises, leaking, and irregular functioning. For example, if you can turn on the heat pump, but it shuts off after a short time, this may be a sign that a significant component isn't working correctly. If it's time to replace your system, we can perform a new heater installation.
The repair man walked us through the whole process until he completed repairing our furnace. He did an excellent job!
Ana Z.Willingboro, NJ
Joseph O.Trenton, NJ
Incredible professionalism, excellent work, very inexpensive for the service you get.
Samuel M.Trenton, NJ