It’s that time of year again—the time where we rely on our heat pumps to do the other half of their job—provide your home with steady cooling throughout the summer. With the simple switch on the thermostat from heating mode to cooling mode, the heat pump that kept you warm for so long during our cooler months should change over to become a powerful cooling system for summer.
What’s that? You switched your thermostat to cooling mode, but the air from your vents isn’t cool? It’s still rather lukewarm or even warm? Well, you certainly have a problem on your hands, but not an insurmountable one! We are here to help.
Below, we’ll cover a few reasons that your heat pump may not be able to switch over to cooling mode. Whatever the cause of this problem is at the end of the day though, remember that you need a professional to manage it.