24/7 Heat Pump Repair in Illinois & Wisconsin

Heat pumps are a great solution for heating and cooling many commercial spaces, but like any mechanical equipment, they need frequent care and maintenance to stay reliable and efficient. When you have a problem with a commercial heat pump at your business or organization, talk to our experts at Northern Mechanical.

Our company is a leading provider of industrial and commercial HVAC services in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. We offer comprehensive heat pump repair services, as well as maintenance, replacement, and 24/7 emergency services. With our experienced, union-certified technicians, advanced equipment, and superior workmanship, you can count on Northern Mechanical for all your commercial heating, cooling, and refrigeration needs.

Having problems with the heat pump at your facility? Call Northern Mechanical today at 815-654-7900 or contact us online for fast, professional heat pump repairs today. We serve Rockford, Huntley, Crystal Lake, Burlington, Madison, Janesville, and the surrounding communities.

When to Call a Professional for Heat Pump Repairs

Heat pumps tend to be quite reliable systems, but in a commercial environment, it is always wise to monitor heating and cooling equipment for signs of trouble. Doing so could prevent a minor problem from turning into a major repair bill, plus it helps to avoid necessary downtime and service calls. Call our team at Northern Mechanical right away if you notice any of the following symptoms of heat pump problems:

  • Poor heating or cooling performance
  • No heating, cooling, or airflow at all
  • Shutting down before desired temperature is reached
  • Running constantly or cycling on and off
  • Trouble switching between heating and cooling modes
  • Water or refrigerant leaks
  • Frozen coils or refrigerant lines
  • Electrical, thermostat, or HVAC control problems
  • Error codes on the main control board
  • Unusual smells, sounds, or vibrations
  • Unusually high heating and cooling costs

With our experienced team at Northern Mechanical, we can track down the cause of the problem quickly and offer the most effective repair options for your budget.

Contact us today to have your heat pump in Rockford, Madison, Loves Park, or Roscoe inspected today.

Heat Pump Repair in Rockford, IL & Madison, WI

Whether it is the middle of summer or a cold winter night, a heat pump breakdown can cause trouble for a business, from a loss of productivity to reduced profits or even a temporary closure. To make sure your business is back to work as fast as possible, trust your heat pump repairs to our team at Northern Mechanical. We are available 24/7 for help with all your commercial heat pump problems, and we work on all common brands and models of HVAC equipment. Our skilled technicians have the experience and knowledge to handle nearly any heat pump repair, including:

  • Air filter, belt, and fuse replacements
  • Electrical troubleshooting and repair
  • Relay, contactor, start capacitor, and run capacitor replacement
  • Reversing valve, expansion valve, and receiver dryer replacement
  • Refrigerant leak repair and charging
  • Compressor troubleshooting and replacement

We also offer complete heat pump maintenance services to prevent future problems, as well as heat pump replacements for systems that are not feasible to repair.

To learn more about our heat pump repair services for your Rockford or Madison business, contact our team today.

Schedule Heat Pump Repair Services in Illinois & Wisconsin

When you need HVAC services you can trust, plus 24/7 availability for emergencies, choose our team at Northern Mechanical. We are locally owned, experienced, and committed to your complete satisfaction.

Call Northern Mechanical today at 815-654-7900 or contact us online to schedule heat pump repairs anywhere in Northern Illinois or Southern Wisconsin.

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