Climate Masters Blog: Archive for the ‘Heat Pumps’ Category

“I Tuned-Up My Heat Pump in Fall, Does It Need Another Tune-Up?”

Monday, March 30th, 2020

ductless-heat-pump-air-handler-on-floorSpringtime is here—it’s the time of year that we encourage homeowners to schedule their annual maintenance for their air conditioners. We do so this time of the year because it’s a season when HVAC technicians aren’t as busy with emergency calls—while we never get a huge reprieve from the heat, temperatures are on the relatively mild side for now.

This means it’s easier to schedule a convenient appointment for technicians to come to your home to ensure that your AC system is ready for the summer heat. But, what if you utilize a heat pump? Perhaps you had maintenance done a while back, does it really need another maintenance appointment?

Yes! Read on to learn why.

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It Might Be Time to Replace Your Heat Pump

Monday, May 14th, 2018

heat-pumpWe’re moving into summer, which means whatever you’re using for air conditioning is going to be put under a greater amount of stress than at any other time of year. If you’re relying on a heat pump to keep your home cool, and you’re not sure whether or not it will last you another summer, it might be time to install a new one. Follow the tips below to help you determine whether now is a good time to replace your heat pump with a new one.

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It’s Time for Spring Heat Pump Maintenance!

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

heat-pump-maintenanceSpring is here, and summer isn’t far behind. That makes now the perfect time to schedule preventive heat pump maintenance. If you want to be able to rely on your heat pump throughout the summer season without having to worry about it developing problems, maintenance is the way to do it. And yes, you should schedule maintenance for your heat pump even if you had it done less than a year ago. Read on to find out why.

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Heat Pump Issues to Be Aware of This Winter

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

heat-pumpHeat pumps are placed under a lot of stress throughout the year, but especially during the summer and winter seasons. If you’re using a heat pump for climate control this winter, you need to keep an eye out for problems that might develop. Earlier problem detection means faster repairs, which means more damage prevented. Have a look at some of the warning signs that your heat pump is malfunctioning this winter.

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Make Sure Your Heat Pump Gets Professional Maintenance Soon

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Florida often seems as though it doesn’t even have seasons. Winter, for us, tends to just mean that things are a little cooler and wetter than normal. Still, we do have some days when it’s work using a heating system. If you plan on using your heat pump at all during the coming fall and winter seasons, you should make sure that you schedule maintenance for it in the next few weeks.

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Be Careful of These Summer Heat Pump Problems

Monday, July 24th, 2017

heat-pump-maintenanceThe weather is only going to get hotter over the next few weeks, which means you’re going to be relying on your heat pump that much more to keep your home cool. More demand means more stress, which means a greater opportunity for issues to occur. You may not be able to fully mitigate the chances of a problem developing with your heat pump, but you can reduce the damage as much as possible. The best way to do that is to call for repairs as soon as you notice a warning sign that something is wrong with your system. Have a look at some of the warning signs that your heat pump is in need of repair.

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Keep Your Heat Pump in Good Condition with Bi-Annual Maintenance

Monday, July 10th, 2017

heat-pump-maintenanceSummer is here, and you’re probably using your heat pump quite a bit more often than you normally do. More use means more strain on the system, which means a higher chance of problems developing. If you want to keep your heat pump in good shape throughout the summer, and cut down on your operating costs significantly, it’s a good idea to schedule maintenance for the system. This applies even if you have had your heat pump professionally checked in the last year.

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3 Indications That You Need a New Heat Pump

Monday, June 12th, 2017

heat-pump-technicianSummer is more or less here, even if we’re not in the hottest months of the year yet. You’re probably starting to use your heat pump more and more often these days, which means you’re putting a lot of strain on the system. If your system is close to the end of its life, you should probably replace it now. You don’t want to have it break down on you in the middle of a hot day. Have a look at these 3 indications that you need to install a new heat pump in your home.

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What Can Happen without Routine Heat Pump Maintenance?

Monday, February 20th, 2017

We harp on the importance of heating maintenance a lot on this site, but we do it for a good reason. Preventive heating maintenance is not only beneficial, but is absolutely necessary for maintaining a healthy heating system. That goes double for heat pumps, which need maintenance twice as often as other system types. If you don’t take good care of your heating system, you may find yourself replacing it many years sooner than you would have liked. Read on to find out what happens if you don’t have your heat pump professionally checked often enough.

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The Advantages of Heat Pump Installation

Monday, January 16th, 2017

There are a number of different heating system types on the market, each with their own set of advantages. If you’re looking for a new heating system to install this winter, consider installing a heat pump. Let’s go over how heat pumps work, and the unique advantages that they can provide.

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