There is regularly a large fear of being stuck in the frozen temperatures without a sufficient heating system. The two of us do not find this to be a surprising problem. The two of us understand tackling this situation is important. When the heat pump is frozen, it is a particularly terrible dilemma. There are a couple of categories of causes that you can determine whether the heat pump is a minor or major issue. Many of these causes will require intervention from a licensed heating professional. These issues may include exhausting defrost relay, bad defrost control, low refrigerant, or a malfunctioning outdoor motor on the fan. There are cases when the frost may not be a big deal like if there is an outdoor coil that is restrained. If there is no room for ice to melt or no room for the water to drain, this may also contribute to the fact that the heat pump is not working. If there is ice on the unit, then this can also keep the heat pump from properly working. A heat pump is made to work in temperatures above freezing and anytime the system has to work in temperatures below freezing you run into risks that it may not properly work. He pumps are made for places with warm weather and they are absolutely not the best for any place that experiences more than a few hours of icy weather. Since heat pumps are regularly a pain in the butt, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to me why so many people choose them in their homes. It seems just as easy to get a furnace and air conditioner.