If your air source heat pump system isn't working properly, your one call should be Central Air Systems, Inc. From our home in Medford, NY, we have been providing air conditioning service for Suffolk and Nassau County, NY homeowners and businesses since 1989.
TO maintain proper operation, all heating and cooling systems need proper maintenance, and occasional repairs. When you think there is a problem with your residential or commercial air source heat pump system call us. We offer 24 / 7 emergency service and schedule heat pump maintenance services.
Our factory trained, EPA certified and insured air conditioning technicians can service all major air conditioning brands including Bryant, Carrier, Goodman, Lennox, Rheem, Trane, and York. Our service vans are stocked with all the parts we are likely to need to get your system back up and operating.
Fairly often one of our repair technicians arrive on an emergency heat pump call only to find that the problem that could have been resolved easily by the owner. Perhaps you can save stress, time, and money by checking these things before you call:
Check System Power
Indoor Airflow Issues
Heat pump heating or cooling problems are often caused by improper installation or maintenance. Common problems that you'll need professional help with include:
Deferred Maintenance Issues
Age Retalated Component Failures
We will thoroughly evaluate your heat pump system and prepare a thorough job estimate. If your heating and cooling system is more than 12 years old and needs significant or costly repairs, we'll let you know, and may also suggest upgrading to a new and efficient Lennox® or Bosch heat pump system. All of our heat pump services come with a 100% Guarantee.
We offer complete heat pump tune-ups and maintenance agreements. If your heating and cooling system is fine today but you want the peace of mind of a properly maintained system, give us a call. We can perform a complete system check. We’ll inspect your system, if necessary clean your indoor and outdoor coils, change your indoor air filter, inspect your refrigerant lines, and test run your system to ensure proper operation. Click here for details.