Need reliable pool heater repair in your area?
Look no further – you’ve found it
Whether your heater needs a quick fan replacement or full-on makeover, our pool heat pump repair service is the solution. From error codes and broken parts to loud squeaks and sudden leaks — we handle it all.
- HVAC certified & factory-trained repair technicians
- Support for ALL pool heat pump makes & models
- Efficient, effective, and on-time service. No guessing games
- 30+ years of pool heat pump service, sales, and manufacturing
- Unmatched and proven industry expertise
- Annual Service/Maintenance plans available
Trying to do some DIY pool heater troubleshooting?
Our LIVE pool heater troubleshooting service is the perfect solution for you
Do you offer pool heater repair service near me?
If you live anywhere in the United States, the answer is yes. Just see what our happy customers across the nation have to say.
As a Florida pool heating company, we also offer pool heat pump repair services across the state and cover all major cities including:
Orlando, Davenport, Miami, St Cloud, Poinciana, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Lakeland, Daytona Beach, Tampa, Clearwater
& all surrounding areas in
North, Central, and South Florida
Ready to get your pool heat pump working again?
Annual Maintenance & Safety Check
Pool heaters experience a good amount of wear and tear throughout their lifetime. As they constantly heat and distribute pool water, natural aging takes its toll on parts and components.But what truly determines the lifespan of a unit are maintenance habits. Just like a car, a pool heat pump needs regular servicing to ensure maximum performance.
Our Annual Maintenance & Safety Check is the perfect way to keep your pool heat pump in tip-top shape.
Here’s what’s included:
- Clean Evaporator Coil
- Check Relay Contacts
- Inspect TXV Expansion Valve
- Clean Heat Pump Cabinet
- Check Water Pressure Switch
- Check Fan Blade Clearances
- Oil Fan Motor
- Verify/Check Air Flow
- Verify/Check Water Flow
- Check Fan Motor Amperage Draw
- Clean and inspect Condensate Drain Pan / Base
- Check Compressor Amperage Draw
- Inspect Internal Electrical Connections
- Check Operating Refrigerant Pressure
- Check and Calibrate Operating Controls
- Monitor and check Line and Control Voltage Unit
- Environmental Conditions of Concern (Run Off, Sprinklers, etc.)
- Check Capacitor
- Perform Operating Orientation
Want to keep your pool heat pump going strong for years to come?