Check furnace filter / offer replacement.
Condensing coil and fin cleaning.
Lubricate all moving parts.
A comprehensive, 22-point maintenance checklist.
Heat pumps can encounter a number of issues, and a single issue could be caused by a handful of mechanical faults. If your system is displaying any of the following, don’t go to work on it yourself – that could make it worse and more costly when we have to visit.
The heat pump won’t turn on.
The heat pump is producing off-temperature air.
The breaker keeps tripping.
The heat pump blower doesn’t seem to run.
The cycles seem random, too short, or too long.
The noise coming from your heat pump seems abnormal.
Call Ken Philp ClimateCare and get the job done right the first time.
- We’re trained to perform repairs on every existing make and model and update our training when new technologies enter the market.
- ClimateCare members are local business owners, so when you book with ClimateCare, you’re getting a local expert familiar with the subtleties of heating and cooling issues in your region.
- Straightforward pricing, because the cost is almost always the first thing our customers want to know.
- Every technician must adhere to the strict, industry-leading quality standards outlined by the ClimateCare cooperative. This means you’re getting the most up-to-date technical knowledge and superb customer service practices.
Most heat pump companies claim their equipment lasts 10-15 years or more, and most should. But in that time frame, it’s almost guaranteed some sort of repairs will be needed. Regular heat pump maintenance goes a long way to preventing the need for repairs. As an added bonus, Maintenance Plan members receive a 20% discount on any repairs when and if the need arises.