Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Don’t get left in the cold! Our qualified team members can service and repair any make and model heating system keeping you and your family safe, warm and cozy.
When choosing to repair or add an air conditioning system to your home or office, it is important that the system is the right size and capacity for your space. This is why Phoenix Air Conditioning and Heating carries, installs, and services all makes and models of equipment. We will fit your home or office with a custom solution to meet your unique needs.
About Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating
Since 1997, Mike Van Deren, owner and operator of Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating has been a leader in heating and air conditioning services in Orange County. His standards of ethics and excellence in the service, maintenance and installation of heating and air conditioning products have made Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating an industry leader throughout Southern California.
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Worried about your utility bills? According to statistics, as much as half of the energy used in your home or business goes to heating and cooling. So making smart decisions about your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system can have a huge effect on your costs — and ultimately, your comfort.
Industry expert reports state that 72% of HVAC units are incorrectly sized, 68% are improperly charged and 70% have improper air flow! Phoenix Air Conditioning and Heating can solve all these problems for you. Because we have been in the industry for 20 years, we are partners with the leading and trusted brands of HVAC systems and can install and replace missing, defective or corroded parts at factory prices.
You can be assured that your units are in good hands with our team of experts. So what are you waiting for? Call Phoenix Air Conditioning and Heating. We stand ready to tackle all your HVAC issues.
Heat pumps can cause your circuit breaker to trip for a variety of reasons. Though it might be frustrating, remember your circuit breaker is there to protect you. The trip may just be a fluke, but repeated tripping indicates an error that needs to be corrected.
To help you identify potential problems, Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating came up with five of the most common reasons heat pumps trip circuit breakers:
1. Dusty Air Filter
When you don’t replace your air filter for months, dust and debris clog it. This restricts airflow and sends your heat pump’s components into overdrive. Because they’re working extra hard, they use an excess amount of electricity. As a result, the circuit breaker trips.
2. Covered-Up Vents
It’s important to give your vents ample room to circulate air. But sometimes we get carried away decorating our homes and end up blocking our vents. Like a dusty air filter, this restricts airflow leading to an overload. Be sure to place couches, carpets, and curtains away from your vent openings. Let them breathe!
3. Dirty Condenser Coils
When your heat pump’s condenser coils get dirty, the unit has to work at a higher capacity to produce the same amount of heating or cooling. Subsequently, this can produce an overload, which trips the circuit breaker. To avoid this, be sure to schedule maintenance at least once a year. During the visit, a technician will clean debris off of your condenser coils. That way, you’ll lower the risk of any future issues.
4. Motor Problems
If the blower motor has any friction (rust on the bearings, poor balance, and so forth), this can cause it to run poorly. Often, it will pull more electricity than necessary. This overload will trip your circuit breaker. If your motor is making unusual sounds, this may be what’s happening. Let your technician take care of this one.
5. Electrical Problems
Frayed or faulty wiring could be the source of the problem, as it often causes short circuiting. Additionally, the culprit could be your circuit breaker itself. Older circuit breakers may give you a false reading. If you’ve noticed other appliances tripping the circuit breaker, it may not be your heat pump’s fault after all. Contact an electrician if you believe this to be the case.
Need your heat pump fixed? We can help! Our licensed technicians are proud to perform heating repairs, maintenance, and installations here in the Laguna Hills, CA, area. Call Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating today at 949-481-0204 to schedule a visit.
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