Your heat pump works on overtime, throughout the summer when you need some cool air, and again through the winter when you need to stay warm and cozy. That said, there’s no better time for winter heat pump tune-up & preventative maintenance in Duvall. Right now, the weather is just right. You probably have your windows open as you read this, but it won’t last, and you’ll be reliant on the comfort of your heat pump again in the next couple of months.
Yes, it makes a big difference if you schedule a tune-up and preventative services for your heat pump. Has it been a while? Here are some signs that your heat pump might need repairs or replacement.
- Icy indoor or outdoor coils.
- Excessive condensation on the pump house or coils.
- Reduction in airflow.
- The heat pump won’t come on at all, or it blows lukewarm air.
- Rattling or clanging noises coming from the pump.
- Unexplained increase in energy bills.
Heat pumps have multiple components; each must be thoroughly checked and serviced during a tune-up. It’ll take one to two hours for a technician to complete an inspection. As for costs? On average, the inspection and tune-up cost $200 to $500.
How Long Should a Heat Pump Last in Your Home’s System?
The longevity of a heat pump depends on size, use, age, and make and model. However, on average, a heat pump should serve your home from ten to fifteen years.
Cascade Energy Services is One Call Away!
At Cascade Energy Services, we have a variety of specialties to help keep you comfortable throughout the year. To schedule winter heat pump tune-up & preventative maintenance in Duvall, give us a call at (425) 243-0371.
Great experience with CES for furnace and AC install. Bill is a great communicator and gives frank expert advice. Install team was friendly and professional. Highly recommended, good value.