Heat pumps are an ideal choice for home comfort in the Southern California area, where temperatures are moderate year-round. Used to both heat and cool your home, heat pumps operate extremely efficiently, resulting in lower monthly costs while still providing optimal comfort levels.
At Aladdin Air Conditioning & Heating, we have been providing residents of Ventura and Los Angeles counties with comprehensive heat pump services for the past 30+ years. Whether you need to install a new system or repair an issue with your current one, we are here to help!
Call Aladdin AC at (805) 480-0327 in Ventura County or (818) 991-5684 in the San Fernando Valley to schedule heat pump service. You can request service online!
For homeowners looking for heat pump services in Ventura County, we offer:
Our local HVAC company has extensive experience with heat pump installation and replacement in Ventura County throughout the San Fernando Valley. In fact, whenever homeowners are ready for HVAC replacement, we often recommend heat pumps because:
Time to schedule heat pump installation or replacement in the San Fernando Valley area? Call Aladdin AC at (805) 480-0327 in Ventura County or (818) 991-5684 in the San Fernando Valley. Or request service online now!
Aladdin AC offers regular heat pump maintenance that includes a system inspection, thorough cleaning, and much more. We recommend scheduling heat pump maintenance at least twice a year to ensure your system stays in peak condition.
If you get regular heat pump tune-ups, you can avoid major damage and system failures, helping you protect your heat pump investment and get the most value—and longest service life—from it as possible.
Join the Aladdin Discount Club to automatically receive two heat pump maintenance visits per year, as well as a 20% discount on parts and labor!
When you’re searching for a “heat pump repair contractor near me” in Ventura County or the San Fernando Valley, you’re looking for the pros at Aladdin AC.
While routine maintenance can help prevent costly repair issues, there are times when problems do happen, especially as your system ages. At Aladdin AC, we know that heat pumps can break down when you least expect it. That’s why we’re on call, always ready to diagnose and fix any heat pump problem, like:
Call Aladdin AC at (805) 480-0327 in Ventura County or (818) 991-5684 in the San Fernando Valley for heat pump repair service. Emergency service is available!
A ductless mini-split heat pump consists of an outdoor compressor and an indoor unit that contains an air handler and a refrigerant coil. A conduit that passes through a secure three-inch opening in an exterior wall links the two components.
With these systems, there’s no ductwork to install, so our HVAC team can complete the installation quickly without performing invasive construction. This makes ductless mini-splits ideal for existing buildings or new homes.
Contact Aladdin AC online today for ductless mini-split system installation or service!
If you’re ready to for heat pump service in Ventura or Los Angeles County, we’re ready to help! Aladdin Air Conditioning & Heating offers affordable, effective heat pump installations, repairs, and maintenance performed by fully trained and background-checked technicians.
We are so confident in the quality of our services that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee—if you’re not fully satisfied with your service, you get your money back!
To schedule heat pump service for your home in Ventura or the San Fernando Valley, contact us today.
Aladdin AC proudly provides heat pump services throughout the Ventura and San Fernando Valley areas, including in Newbury Park, Encino, Oxnard, and more!
Simply put, a heat pump is a device that uses a small amount of energy to move heat from one location to another. Heat pumps are typically used to pull heat out of the air or ground to heat a home or office building, but they can be reversed to cool a home or office.
For climates with moderate heating and cooling needs, heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners.
A well-maintained heat pump lasts an average of 15 years.
Yes, it’s true heat pumps drop below 100% efficiency at temperatures less than 20 degrees or so. That’s why many people who live in climates where the outdoor temperature often drops below freezing frequently use a furnace or another type of heating system. Fortunately, as Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley rarely see temperatures below freezing, it’s almost never an issue here.
When a heat pump blows cold air, it’s typically caused by a low refrigerant level, a thermostat set to cool, or a problem with the reversing valve, which switches your heat pump from cooling to heating mode. First, make sure your thermostat is set to “auto.” If you suspect low refrigerant or a problem with the reversing valve, you’ll need to have a professional check for and repair any leak or other issues.
Whether your goal is to fix room temperature imbalances or to save on your overall utility bill, ductless mini-split heat pumps are the answer! A multi-zone ductless heat pump lets you heat and cool different rooms, so everyone and every room in your home is at the comfort level you want. And as the name implies, there’s no ductwork to install, so installation is a breeze. Each zone can be individually controlled, which also helps you bring down energy costs.
A ductless heat pump works by taking warm air from one location and moving it to another. It consists of both an outdoor compressor unit and indoor air handling units. This type of system does not rely on ducts for transferring heat.
No, you can choose “zones” to decide which areas of your home require more heating or cooling. For instance, you can have your bedroom be 5 degrees cooler than your kitchen even though they’re on the same system.
At Aladdin AC, we recommend changing the air filter once a month when you’re using your heat pump on a daily basis. During milder seasons, you can replace the filter once every 6 weeks or every 2-3 months.
Your outdoor heat pump is designed and built to withstand harsh weather conditions. Most manufacturers do not recommend covering them.