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Blessed Electric & Air installs, services, and repairs heat pumps. When it comes to heat pumps, we are your go-to service provider in Texas. We have a presence in virtually all the cities in Texas. After fixing residential heat pumps for several years, we decided to put the common problems with heat pumps and their likely causes together.  As much as we want to serve you, we don’t want you to keep throwing money away. We don’t want you to call a technician for little problems that you can fix yourself. That’s why we have put the problems together and the likely solutions. You can find them below.

Common problems with heat pumps 

The heat pump does not run 

When you notice that your heat pump isn’t working, the first thing to do is to check if it is receiving power. Sometimes, people forget to switch on the outlet. If it is receiving power, check if the thermostat is on and it is operational. The thermostat may actually be the problem. If the thermostat is fine, the next thing that should come to your mind is the fuse in the heat pump. The fuse may have blown. You may need to replace it. If you check the fuse and it’s fine, then the problem is beyond you. Don’t go any further. You can now call a professional.  You can call us.

Funny noises

There are basically two types of noises that can come from your heating pump. The first one is the rattling noise. This happens when there’s a loose part. You can look around for the loose part. If you see it, you can tighten it. If you don’t, try to tighten all the screws and nuts you come across.  The second type of noise is squealing noise. This is a sign that something is wrong with your heat pump. And the problem could get worse. So, you may need to call the attention of an expert. Blessed Electric & Air will figure out the cause of the squealing noise and fix it in no time.

Incorrect cycling

When the heat pump goes on and off frequently, a few issues can cause it. The thermostat may be adjusted incorrectly, or it may have packed up. When the air filter of the heat pump is clogged, it won’t be able to blow air easily. This can lead to the same problem. Faulty valves and a defective fan can also cause the problem. If the problem was caused by a thermostat, you can recalibrate it or replace it entirely. Furthermore, if it is not a thermostat issue, you’re better off calling a professional. You don’t want to make things worse while trying to fix a problem.  And you could call us. We will troubleshoot the problem, find out the causes, and fix it as quickly as possible.

Blower not working 

Over the years, we have solved many problems of dysfunctional blowers, and almost all the time, it was caused by a broken belt. Unfortunately, belts are not meant to be repaired. When the belt of your heat pump breaks, replacement is the only option you have.  You may also want to replace the belt yourself, but do you know the best and the most durable belt in the market right now? We do. That’s why it is better to contact us when your blower isn’t working. We’ll replace it with the best belt brand. If you have any problem with your heat pump or you want to install a new one, it’s better to hire Blessed Electric & Air because we are the best and our charges are highly competitive. Most importantly, we are always available.


Below is a list of the cities we offer service. We may still be available in your area if your city is not listed below. Our DFW electrician team of professional and licensed electricians travels most of Dallas and Fort Worth. If you are unsure if we service your area, please call  (214) 801-5755