These simpler tasks are some of the best ways to keep your heat pump working efficiently between our maintenance appointments. Here are some typical undertakings you can try on your own.
- Maintain clear space near your heat pump. Your heat pump needs space to work, so it’s important to keep an eye on neighboring greenery. Bushes, shrubs and trees should also be trimmed back at least two feet from the system.
- Keep your heat pump clean. Leaves, grass clippings and other yard debris can decrease your heat pump’s efficiency and raise your energy expenses. Call (352) 329-3740 to book a maintenance tune-up at least once during the year to make sure your heat pump is clean and working efficiently.
- Change your air filter. Air filters help stop pollutants from getting into your HVAC system and moving throughout your indoor space. If the air filter becomes clogged, it can obstruct airflow and produce serious problems. While most air filters last for up to three months, we recommend checking the manufacturer’s instructions for your specific model and replace the air filter as proposed or whenever it appears dirty.
Never Forget Your Heat Pump Maintenance Again
We know your schedule is hectic. As your local whole-home service company, our experts want to make life easier for you.
When you enroll in our Complete Comfort Club, there’s no worrying about regular maintenance. As a valued member, you’ll get two yearly tune-ups for your heating and cooling systems, as well as special repair discounts and other exclusive benefits.