Mini Split Repair and Service

Ductless Services in Frankfort, KY

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Mini-Split Repair is a Call Away

Mini Split heat pumps are perfect for Kentucky; they can keep your home cool in the summer and keep your home warm in the winter. At Sizemore Heating and Cooling we proudly install LG ductless mini splits.

This technology has been around for some time but in the last decade they have added new inverter technology to make these units heat as well as they cool, no matter the temperature outside.

With these new innovations this has made mini splits one of the more popular and versatile products in the HVAC world. Mini Splits are quiet and extremely efficient with their multi-zone offerings they can keep any residence's comfortable no matter what season it is.

Since 2013 we have been working with this new technology and have spent the time training and learning on the job to easily and efficiently diagnose your mini split heat pump problem. Below is a list of things you can check on your own system before we get there.

AC repair is a call away with Sizemore Heating & Cooling
AC repair is a call away with Sizemore Heating & Cooling
AC repair is a call away with Sizemore Heating & Cooling

We are Mini Split Experts

Although we install LG Mini Splits we are familiar with all brands of Mini Splits and are happy to come out and give you a free quote to repair any issues you may be experiencing. We are mini split experts and can diagnose any problems that you maybe having with your current system.

Our goal at Sizemore Plumbing and Heating is making sure that our neighbors are happy and comfortable in their homes. If you have a question about mini split technology ask us and we are happy to answer it.

Do You Need Mini Split Repair?

  •   Remote Batteries Dead? Some mini split heat pumps use a handheld remote to set the unit. These usually require batteries sometimes just changing the batteries is all that is needed.
  •   Heating or Cooling Mode? Because the newer units are so technologically advanced they have both cooling and heating mode. Make sure that you have set your mini split system to the correct mode.
  •   Is the System Calling for Heating or Cooling? Find a zone and put that zone way past the current temperature in the room to see if you can get it to blow hot or cool air.
  •   Is the Breaker On? Sometimes the breaker flips and there is no power to the unit. Check your breaker box and make sure that the breaker did not trip.
  •   Outdoor Unit in Defrost Mode? If you are in heating mode make sure that it is not. If it is it should only take a few minutes before the unit operates as normal.
  •   Filters Dirty? Check your filters and make sure that they are good working order.
  •   Unit In Time Delay? If your breaker was off, after turning the power on, give it a few minutes: many systems have a built-in time delay after a power outage.
  •   System Calling for Heating or Cooling? Make sure that at least one zone is set to on and the desired temperature is set well below ambient for cooling operation, or well above ambient for heating operation.
  •   Is the Power On? Check your circuit breaker and your outdoor unit disconnect to ensure that you have not had a nuisance trip and your heat pump system does have power.

Common Mini Split Issues

Some Common Mini Split Installation Issues

  • Refrigerant leaks. This can cause the system capacity to decline.
  • Mechanical damage. Can also cause reduced system capacity.
  • Condensation Leak caused by indoor units not being installed level or bad condensation lines.
  • Temperature swings or inability to heat or cool the space. This is caused by not properly sizing the zone for the correct unit. The unit capacity could be too big or small.
  • Outdoor Unit Freeze ups. This can be caused by improper outdoor unit installation.

Some Common Mini Split Maintenance Issues

  • Dirty filters can change heating or cooling capacity.
  • Clogged outdoor coils can hinder mini split operation.
  • Loud noises from fans inside or out.
AC repair is a call away with Sizemore Heating & Cooling

There is a unit for your space

The great thing about mini split technology is the ever changing ways that we can install the indoor units.

  • Wall Mounted Units: Art Cool™ Mirror, Art Cool™ Premier LGRed°, and High Efficiency indoor units from 9.0 to 33.0 MBtuH capacity
  • Console Floor or Low Wall Mount: Two models
  • Ceiling Cassette: Six Models from 9.0 to 42.0 MBtuH
  • Air Handlers: Low static horizontal ducted, high static horizontal ducted, and vertical ducted models

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