Summertime is here. The stickiness of sweltering weather and longer days are upon us, which means it’s time for your annual summer heat pump preventative maintenance in Snohomish County. Courtesy of Cascade Energy Services, this annual inspection ensures that your heat pump is in top-notch shape and capable of handling the influx of air when you switch on your air conditioner to combat the summertime weather.
While some people may refer to heat pumps as air conditioners, they aren’t one and the same. Yes, heat pumps can be used to cool your home, but they can also heat your home, which is something that specific air conditioners cannot do. Heat pumps can cool and heat your home by either pushing hot air out of your home to drop the temperature within your home or pushing hot air into your home to raise the temperature.
Heat pumps significantly increase your comfort and convenience at home, as with any appliance. Preventative maintenance and an annual tune-up can ensure that your heat pump remains running in tiptop condition throughout the summer and for the rest of the year. Commonly, homeowners choose heat pumps over classic heaters or air conditioners because heat pumps are less expensive to run, and they are more convenient and efficient in smaller homes.
What to Tell Cascade Energy Services About Your Heat Pump
Let our Cascade Energy Services professionals know if you are experiencing noticeable issues with your heat pump. It could be nothing to be concerned about, but it’s better to be “safe than sorry” when it comes to appliances essential to your comfort at home.