If you don’t take care of your heating and cooling equipment, it will cost you money. You may think it’s just something your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) professionals tell you to get you on a maintenance service contract, but it’s true. You’ll pay more on your monthly energy bills, and an HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) emergency call will cost you more than a routine visit.
It’s important that you trust your local HVAC contractor. So when we say you shouldn’t attempt a repair yourself, that’s also true. If you suspect your heat pump has a problem, don’t DIY (do-it-yourself).
Your Property Should Smile
Think of your home or office HVAC system the same way you think of your teeth. Your heating and cooling system is the first step in a series of air-quality deliverables for your home. If there’s a problem with the heat pump, you may have bad or even harmful air delivered to your rooms.
A yearly service call to your HVAC contractor is all your heat pump requires. He or she will check the belts, replace the filters, oil any moving parts, and inspect the wiring for signs of deterioration.
Repair: What Your HVAC Pro Will Do
Unless you are formally trained in HVAC repair, you shouldn’t attempt to fix a faulty heat pump. If there’s an indication that you need heat pump repair, here’s what your HVAC contractor will do:
- Inspect your air vents
- Troubleshoot your thermostat
- Ensure your heat pump is receiving electricity then inspect electrical elements, including the limit switch
- Examine the heat pump filter
- Clean the coils
- Inspect the motor pulley belt
- Check the reversing valve
You Can Trust Bradbury Brothers’ Name
Call 281.651.5484, 936.271.2030, or contact us online for more information about your plans to renovate or remodel this year. Bradbury Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning is the Southeast Texas HVAC contractor because we stake our reputation – and our family name – on providing above-average customer service.
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