Thank you for visiting P.A.C.S, Expert Heat Pump Maintenance Specialists,
We are the professionals in the heat pump air conditioning and home heating market. You wouldn't work with an electrical contractor to fix your plumbing would you? If your heater or air conditioning system breaks down or schedules for upkeep would you prefer an expert, competent cooling and heating professionals with extensive training in their field to work on your equipment or a salesman working with compensation appearing to your house or service to offer his/her service? Every one of our staff is extremely learnt their field of service.
Our team is paid an income for their expert abilities, not compensation, so our staff is most likely to supply you with the highest degree of high quality service to accommodate your specific requirements. Even if it indicates they need to spend a little added time to determine your details wants and needs and to educate you so you can make better decisions about your cooling as well as heating system.
A sales individual is wonderful for something, selling you a new air conditioning system. They couldn't repair your technological issues even if they wished to, they are not trained for that. When you require your a/c serviced or repaired, wouldn't you desire a specialist cooling specialist.
" At Pro Cooling Specialists, client contentment is our top goal. We believe an informed customer is a happy client."
How often and what type of maintenance should be conducted on HVAC heat pump equipment?
HVAC heat pump maintenance intervals and specific needs vary based on the manufacturer's recommendations, the age and condition of the unit, as well as the environment in which it operates. However, here are some general guidelines:
Check the air filters once a month and replace or clean as necessary. Dirty filters can reduce the efficiency of a heat pump and increase energy consumption.
At least once annually, or before the start of heating or cooling season, inspect the outdoor unit for damage and repairs. Clean any coils of dirt and debris from around the unit and trim any grass or weeds around it.
Indoor Unit: Additionally, the indoor unit should be inspected annually. The blower assembly and housing should be cleaned, while the drain pan and lines should be examined for clogs.
Check the refrigerant levels once a year to ensure they remain low; low levels can make your heat pump work harder and decrease efficiency.
Make sure the thermostat is calibrated accurately and working correctly periodically.
Every two to three years, it is recommended that a professional HVAC technician conduct an intensive inspection and maintenance service on your heat pump. They can do more in-depth cleaning and testing, detect any leaks or other problems, and make any necessary repairs so your system keeps running optimally.