Does your heat pump run all night, or all day, without ever seeming to stop? A short-cycling heat pump, where the unit continues to start and stop constantly, is one of the most commonly reported HVAC problems. If you need to troubleshoot your heat pump to get it to stop running constantly, you have come to the right place to learn more.
Some signs of heat pump problems may be more obvious than others. If you are running your heat pump in the winter and notice that it is running for longer periods at a time than it did in the summer, this may be entirely normal—heat pumps often have longer run times at lower temperatures.
To demystify the behavior of your heat pump (and potentially save yourself a service appointment!), ask yourself the following questions:
The answers to these questions may mean finding the solution to your heat pump running constantly, without your having to schedule a maintenance check-up. If you have asked these questions and are still having heat pump cycling problems, the issue could be more involved. Keep reading to find out more.
A heat pump that is running constantly can quickly become expensive due to the unit overworking itself and using up energy in your home. Without a timely fix, you may end up with a worn-out system that has to be replaced prematurely—and heating or cooling bills that are out of this world!
The following are common reasons your heat pump may not be running properly:
Whether you need to schedule a heat pump repair or maintenance appointment or you just have a question, the experts at Arronco are here to help. Give us a call today to learn more about how heat pumps work or to find help to keep your HVAC system running better for longer!
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