Heat Pump Service Bothell, Washington
C.M. Heating services all types air conditioners or heat pumps in Bothell, WA. Our service technicians can diagnosis and repair your packaged or split systems in Bothell, WA and get your HVAC system back up to speed promptly.
Let us help you decide how best to solve you comfort and efficiency challenges quickly. If repair is the best choice, C.M. Heating stocks the parts you need. If you need to update your AC or Heat Pump system in Bothell, WA, we install a range of replacement systems.
CM Heating Made an adjustment to the thermostat setting for electric heat pump. Requested the customer to monitor the thermostat over the next few days where it will be below 35 degrees. If the problem reoccurs then we will remove and recharge refrigerant since the current reading I was getting seem a little out of range.
CM Heating performed a heat pump diagnostic and found Possible power outage knocked out fuse and thermostat communication.
Fixed the issue and installed an surge protector.
Unit is back up and running as normal.
CM Heating Performed a diagnostic service on the electric-heat pump unit.
Dx findings: 1. Low voltage electrical shortage. 2) Heat pump and air handler not in general good operating condition (freezing of heat pump coils) and will need replacing at some point.
Optional plan of action: 1. Make repairs to older unit. 2. Replacement of heat pump system.
I have the heat pump bypassed and disconnected from wires to allow electric air handler to produce heat in the meantime.
CM Heating went out for a heat pump diagnostic and found System is running at this time but burnt control board will cause system to run intermittently and create more problems down the road cannot guarantee functionality until control board is replaced
CM Heating went out for a heat pump diagnostic and did No charge for visit. Technician Disconnected wall anchors per customer request.
1. Head unit need gravity drain.
2. Options needed for increase heating for large squares ft open space.
CM Heating went out to perform a heat pump diagnostic. Found system running upon arrival. I believe the flame sensor was causing the intermittent issues for the homeowner. Furnace did not cut out for us at all. System is 23 years old and likely should be replaced sooner rather than later. I did write up some estimates for homeowner for some repairs, but he is going to wait for invoice to come via mail and let us know. Might look into replacement options instead.
System is running at this time.
CM Heating performed a heat pump diagnostic and found unit lock out temp was set at 40 degrees and found loose wiring on contactor and system is running normal at this time