Ductless Mini-Split Services

Schedule Service with Your Local Lititz, PA Mini-Split Specialists

Ductless Mini-Split Repair, Tune-Ups & Installation

Do you need ductless mini-split services for your Lititz, PA home or business?

Fish & Buch Heating and Air Conditioning is your local Mitsubishi ductless mini-split expert. We can tackle any ductless mini-split service you may need. Give us a call today and book your service visit!

Fish & Buch is your local heating system specialists.

Mini-Split Services


Is it time to have your mini-split serviced? Need repair or want to replace your aging HVAC unit with a ductless mini-split system? Call Fish & Buch today!

  • Mini-Split Repair
  • Mini-Split Maintenance
  • Mini-Split Replacement and New Installation

Schedule a Maintenance Visit

If your mini split heat pump is fine today but you want to make sure you're ready for either winter or summer weather, consider scheduling pre-season tune-up.

Considering a New Installation?

If you’re considering a new mini-split heat pump system, we offer free estimates for new Mitsubishi Ductless Mini-Split system installations.

Ductless mini-split services are a call away!

Do you need Mini-Split service?

Almost every season one of our ductless mini-split specialists arrives on a repair call to find that the problem was simple and possibly correctable by the home or business owner.

Before you give us a call check these items to ensure you need our professional services:

  • Remote Control Batteries: If your mini split heat pump uses a hand-held remote, check, and perhaps change the batteries.
  • Check Operating Mode: Check to make sure your system control is set to the correct mode: generally "Cooling" in summer and "Heating" in winter.
  • 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 to ensure that you have not had a nuisance trip and your heat pump system does have power.
  • Is the Outdoor Unit in Defrost Mode?: If you are operating in the heat mode, make sure that your system is not in “Defrost” mode. If it is, "defrost" should complete within a few minutes and heating operations should then resume.
  • 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.
  • Air Filters: Check your indoor unit filters. If your filters have not been cleaned lately, clean them now.