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How Much Does It Cost to Repair a Heat Pump in Florida?

Trane heat pump system

The average heat pump repair costs $245+ in Florida.

A heat pump is going to need a professional repair at some point during its lifetime. If you’re searching for the cost of a heat pump repair, you probably need that repair right now.

While we can’t give you an exact answer without diagnosing the problem in person, we can provide you with a general price range.

Most heat pump repairs in Florida can cost between $120 to over $1,000. That’s a wide range, and you could be wondering where on that range the repair you need might be. It depends on multiple factors, and the main ones include:

In this blog, we’ll discuss the factors above and how they can impact the cost of your heat pump repair to give you a better understanding of how much yours might cost.

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The Type of Repair Needed

Common heat pump problems tend to cost in the $150-1,000+ range for repairs.

HVAC contractors will determine the price of your repair primarily based on the scope of the problem. A malfunction or break down of a heat pump can be either a minor issue with an easy solution or a significant issue that requires a complete system replacement. Complicated repairs that take longer or need costlier replacement parts will, naturally, cost more.

For example, repairing a thermostat tends to be relatively affordable. Mid-range repairs include repairing the capacitor or the reversing valve. Higher-end repairs include replacing the blower motor or the compressor because both parts are vital for the heat pump to function correctly.

When a repair costs around the same as a replacement, your HVAC technician may recommend replacing the system entirely, especially if it’s nearing the end of its life (around 10-15 years old). That way, you can recoup the money with an investment in a new system instead of pouring money into an old one that will end up breaking down again before long.

The Status of Your Warranties

Depending on whether your heat pump parts and labor warranties are still valid, you could save a significant amount on your repair bill.

When a contractor first installed your heat pump, it probably came with a parts warranty from the manufacturer and a labor warranty from the installation contractor.

Check if your parts warranty is valid.

A valid parts warranty will cover the cost of replacement parts in the event of a manufacturing defect. The standard parts warranty lasts 10-12 years from the date of installation. Some manufacturers will also offer extended parts warranties for an additional cost which will last a few years after the standard warranty expires.

For your parts warranty to be valid, you need to meet specific requirements set by the manufacturer. These requirements can include the following:

  • Needing to register the heat pump with the manufacturer within 30-90 days of the installation
  • Providing proof that your heat pump undergoes annual maintenance with a certified professional
  • Using only on-brand replacement parts for previous repairs

If the manufacturer does not feel you have sufficiently met the requirements, they could void your parts warranty.

You can check if your parts warranty is still valid by visiting the manufacturer’s website and searching for your heat pump’s model number.

Check if your labor warranty is valid.

A valid labor warranty will cover the cost of labor for the repair due to an improperly installed heat pump. This warranty typically lasts 1-2 years after the installation date and stipulates that the claim must be due to an installation problem.

You can check with your installation contractor to determine if your labor warranty is still valid and what the coverage is.

The Contractor You Hire

When you hire a contractor to repair your heat pump, you generally get what you pay for. Hiring a high-quality, experienced contractor means that your heat pump repair will be made correctly the first time around, and you won’t have to pay for repeat work down the line. Poorly-done repairs can lead to higher monthly energy bills, reduced system performance, and more repairs later on.

High-quality contractors are also more likely to offer more substantial warranties and guarantees. You’ll want to hire a high-quality contractor that offers a labor warranty on the repair to protect your investment.

To find an experienced contractor, look for one that has:

A contractor with all of the above qualifications can provide Florida homeowners with peace of mind and is one you can trust.

professional HVAC technician inspecting a Florida home heat pump

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Not only do we provide excellent technical work, but we also prioritize convenience for our customers. We’re open all week long until 8pm and offer same-day repair service.

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