Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heat pump maintenance’

Avoid These Heat Pump Problems with Routine Maintenance!

Monday, January 15th, 2018

male technician doing service on an hvac systemThis area of Florida usually doesn’t get too chilly during the winter (though we’re sure if we said that to you a couple of weeks ago, you’d be laughing in our faces) and therefore, the chances of needing Fort Walton Beach, FL air conditioning repair are typically a lot higher than needing heating services—so long as your heater is routinely maintained each year. But there is one system that is tasked with both heating and cooling, and that’s the heat pump.

If you are a heat pump user, then you’ve likely heard that you need maintenance twice a year on this system. That’s because it is a year-round unit, constantly working to bring you indoor comfort. This means it’s also prone to various issues that may not impact your average air conditioner or furnace system. This is especially the case if you skip one of your maintenance appointments. By staying on top of your heat pump tune ups, you can potentially avoid the following problems.

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Now Is the Time to Schedule Maintenance for Your Heat Pump

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Last month we wrote a post about why your heat pump must have two maintenance visits a year. Most home comfort systems, such as air conditioners and furnaces, only need to have a single maintenance visit annually, either in the spring or the fall, depending on how soon it will need to be in use. Because heat pumps are both heating and cooling systems, they work twice as hard and need tune-ups in the spring and fall so they can make it through the whole year.

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How Often Should I Schedule Maintenance for a Heat Pump?

Monday, August 17th, 2015

Regular maintenance from trained technicians is a crucial part of keeping the heating and cooling systems in your home working at peak efficiency. Maintenance also protects heaters and ACs from suffering from unnecessary repair issues and helps them to achieve the longest lifespan possible. Investing in regular maintenance means investing in long-term performance and energy-savings from both your air conditioner and heater.

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