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Guelph Heat Pump Installation

Heat Pump Installation Guelph

Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning can deliver you top-ranked heat pump installation services that are tailored to your specific needs for year-round thermal comfort and peace of mind!

Our qualified HVAC technician crew has more than 55 years of combined experience and is fully prepared with the technical skills, depth of understanding, and credentials to exceed homeowners’ expectations, regardless of the size or extent of the job presented to us. We’ve worked with thousands of Guelph and surrounding area homeowners over the years and have developed a solid track record of success and happy customers you can count on!

We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and we do not charge extra for work done after hours, on weekends, or on holidays! Do you have a heating or cooling crisis? Don’t fret; our HVAC installers can schedule same-day or next-day installations! Furthermore, if you want to save money on your new heat pump equipment, make sure to and inquire about our excellent financing options and current discounts available to you!

Are you prepared to make an investment to improve the quality of your indoor thermal comfort? To speak with a member of our staff, please call us or use our online booking system. We’d love to help you feel more at ease and comfortable in your Guelph, Ontario, home!

FAQs

What are the indicators of a heat pump with low refrigerant?

There are numerous indicators that a heat pump has reduced refrigerant levels.

Here is a closer look at some of these reasons so you can have a better idea about what you may be dealing with:

  • Diminished cooling capacity: Your heat pump may not be able to cool the air effectively, leading to reduced cooling performance.
  • Higher energy bills: When a heat pump is not functioning efficiently, it may run for more extended periods of time, leading to higher energy bills.
  • Hissing or bubbling noises: Low refrigerant levels can cause the refrigerant to boil and create hissing or bubbling noises in the outdoor unit.
  • Frost on the outdoor unit: The outdoor coils can become too cold, and frost can form on the unit.
  • Poor airflow: The airflow through the heat pump may become restricted, leading to reduced airflow and a decrease in performance.

Do these signs look familiar to you? If the answer is yes, then we recommend reaching out to the team at Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning to schedule a repair appointment with one of our technicians today!

What are the indicators of an overcharged heat pump?

There are several signs that may indicate that a heat pump has too much refrigerant or is overcharged:

  • Reduced cooling capacity: If the refrigerant level is too high, it can lead to reduced cooling performance.
  • Poor airflow: An overcharged heat pump may have restricted airflow, leading to reduced performance.
  • High-pressure readings: High refrigerant levels can cause high-pressure readings in the refrigerant system, which can be indicated by a high-pressure gauge on the outdoor unit.
  • Reduced energy efficiency: An overcharged heat pump may run less efficiently, leading to higher energy bills.
  • Shorter system lifespan: Overcharging the refrigerant can cause excessive wear and tear on the heat pump components, potentially reducing the lifespan of the system.

Call and book your heat pump repair appointment with Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning today!

Can I refuel my heat pump on my own?

No, we do not advise that homeowners attempt to refuel their heat pumps by themselves. As there are risks for mistakes and potential fires, you can put yourself and your home in harm’s way leading to severe injuries and damages. Therefore, if you are having any difficulties with your home’s heat pump, we recommend reaching out to the professional HVAC technician team at Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning in Guelph, Ontario, for assistance!

When the heat is on, why does my heat pump blast chilly air?

Whenever a heat pump starts blowing cool air while it is supposed to be heating, it is most likely in defrost configuration. Heat pumps employ coolant to transfer heat from your home’s exterior unit to the one that is installed indoors, which can lead to the outdoor coils freezing in severely cold weather. As such, to avoid this, your heat pump will occasionally begin a defrost mode to dissolve any ice formation, which may lead to cool air being blown indoors. This is a standard heat pump feature which should only last a couple of minutes. However, if the cool air persists for an extended period of time, it may indicate an issue with the defrost control, which will need to be repaired by a certified and experienced HVAC technician.

What Homeowners Say About Us

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  • “Excellent service by Boonstra personnel in our recent installation of our new furnace and heat pump. As customers of Boonstra for the past 15 years, we have never been surprised or let down by their workmanship and service!” - Al & MaryAnn B.
  • “I love punctuality, I love cleanness, honesty and knowledge, I love all the Boonstra employees! My furnace stopped working, and I called Boonstra in the middle of night. Their response was immediate.” - Željana B.
  • “Our Technician was polite, respectful and knowledgeable. Thank you Chris S for fixing our A/C problem quickly and at a fraction of the cost others quoted!” - Madison V.
  • “They worked diligently to get the job done as quickly as possible. They protected all our surfaces and left the site perfectly clean. If you want the job done properly, fast, and efficient, call Boonstra.” - Kristin K.
  • “Great service and skilled tradesmen NH & helper, had our high-efficiency furnace/ac/humidifier combo (amazing prices!) installed quickly & last minute on a Sunday! Most importantly left the unit and work area looking amazing.” - Stephanie H.
  • “Our furnace died and they had someone out that night to see what they could do and a brand new one in the morning. Professional, friendly. Made my experience painless! Never going with another company.” - Gillian O.

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