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Our fully-stocked trucks are located in neighborhoods all over the Phoenix metro. Meaning you can get your home's heat pump repaired TODAY. Call (602) 842-0009 or ...
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Common heat pump repairs
- Compressor replacement: $1,495 - $3,495
- Condenser fan motor replacement: $400 - $900
- Thermostat replacement: $200 - $750
- Capacitor replacement: $133 - $380
- Contactor replacement: $239 - $380
Want an accurate price? Have us come by and figure out what's wrong for $79.95.
The George Brazil heat pump repair experience:
1) Schedule the repair
Contact us online or call us at (602) 842-0009 to request a repair. You will speak with a friendly Customer Service Rep (CSR) to find a time that works within your busy schedule.
2) Receive an arrival call
Your professionally-trained technician will call you when they are on their way to your home, so you know exactly when they will be arriving.
3) See upfront pricing
Your technician will carefully inspect your heat pump system, find the problem, explain the solution and how much it would cost—before any work begins.
4) Repair your heat pump today
In most cases, your technician can get the part needed—either from their truck or a nearby warehouse—to repair your heat pump that same day..
5) Give us feedback
Finally, we'll ask for your feedback on how we did so we can make sure you were 100% satisfied. And if you're not? Let us know, we'll make things right!
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DIY heat pump fixes
Before you call, try these quick fixes:
- Check your thermostat: Make sure it's set to COOL during summer and HEAT during winter. Otherwise it won't turn on, no matter what.
- Check the return air filter: Find the return vent (the metal grate that's sucking in your home's air). Open it and you'll find an air filter. If it's dirty, change it. A dirty air filter can cause all sorts of problems, including causing the heat pump to freeze up and shut down.
- Check the circuit breaker: Heat pump won't turn on? A power spike may have tripped its circuit breaker. Go to your electrical panel and check the breaker. Is it tripped? Turn it to the OFF position, then ON. If the breaker trips again, contact us immediately! This means there is a problem elsewhere a professional needs to solve.
Job done right guarantee
100% satisfaction guaranteed—or we make it right
If you're not 100% satisfied with our heat pump repair, send us your feedback. We'll jump on it pronto to make things right! Send feedback
Providing heat pump repairs to the entire Phoenix metropolitan area
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