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If your home has a dependable heat pump, you can end up saving a lot of money on energy bills and repair costs.
A heat pump installation can help make your heating and cooling system much more cost-effective and help reduce the maintenance necessary on your heating and cooling system.
Heat pumps move air rather than generating it at the preferred temperatures, and high-efficiency models can also dehumidify your home in an effective way, allowing heat pumps to be energy-efficient alternatives to both furnaces and air conditioners.
So what are you waiting for? Schedule your heat pump service today to start saving on your energy bills and HVAC repairs.
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If you already have a heat pump in your home and are searching for expert technicians capable of handling your heat pump repair, look no further than our skilled team at John C. Flood.
While heat pumps are efficient and cost-effective, there are some problems that many homeowners encounter with their units. Schedule a heat pump service and get a heat pump repair if you experience any of the following issues with your heat pump:
- Heat pump blows cold air in heat mode
- The fan on the indoor air handler isn’t activating
- The outdoor unit is frozen or blocked
- The heat pump runs constantly in moderate temperatures
- There is insufficient or no heat
- The heat pump is noisier than normal
- The heat pump won’t turn on or off
Scheduling a heat pump service is important for any malfunction with your heat pump since prolonging a heat pump repair can cause more severe (and expensive) problems. Don’t wait for your heat pump to stop working altogether before you schedule a heat pump repair.
Heat Pump Replacement & Installation
Like every piece of machinery in your home, heat pumps won’t last forever and may eventually require replacing. Over time and through use, a heat pump loses its efficiency and repairs may end up costing more than the unit is worth. In this case, it’s time for a new heat pump installation.
The size of your heat pump is important when considering your new heat pump installation, so double-check the square footage of your home and your home’s insulation before making the final decision.
If you have questions about how to choose the right heat pump for your home, consult our expert team at John C. Flood.
Never attempt a DIY heat pump installation. It’s a complicated piece of machinery that needs proper set up to save you energy and money.
While you may end up saving on installation costs upfront, you will likely end up costing yourself much more in the long run to get the installation job corrected or mistakes repaired.
Heat Pump Maintenance
Regular preventative maintenance is essential to prolonging the life of your heat pump and preventing expensive repairs. Regular preventative maintenance can help you avoid common heat pump problems—like a blocked or frozen outdoor unit, little or no heat blowing, the unit failing to turn on or off, etc.
It’s important that all maintenance on your heat pump be done by a professional.
Allowing someone without the necessary experience to tamper with your heat pump can end up causing problems, either by an incorrect repair or by missing a potential problem. Always work with professionals when dealing with heat pump maintenance.
What to Expect During Your Service Call
During your heat pump service appointment, you can expect your technician to:
- Free the area around the heat pump of any debris.
- Check all electrical connections, relays, and capacitors.
- Ensure the thermostat accurately reflects the ambient condition.
- Replace the air filter.
- Lubricate all necessary connections and moving parts.
- Check the startup and shutdown of the unit, as well as other controls.
- Align the pulley and belt.
- Clean the condensate drain and pan.
- Check the refrigerant metering device.
- Check the coil temperatures.
- Address and repair the specific issue at hand.
Ready to Update Your Heating and Cooling System?
If you’re ready to schedule your heat pump service or heat pump installation, then contact our expert technicians at John C. Flood. You can get all your heat pump questions answered and schedule an appointment for installing your new home comfort system.
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