Why you should invest in annual heat pump service

Do you really need routine heat pump service? The short answer is yes. It’s a small investment that can assure you get the most out of your system, your unit’s efficiency, and your own comfort. Regular heat pump service will also give you something you can’t put a price on – happiness.

We’re all concerned with keeping our utility bills low. An investment in heat pump service can pay off every month when your utility bill shows up. Annual service helps you ensure that your unit is functioning at it’s highest efficiency. According to the EPA, receiving annual preventative maintenance could save you up to 30% on your energy bills.

Another way that heat pump service will save you money is by finding any minor problems before they could become huge breakdowns, causing a call for heat pump repair. Our certified technicians will review your system to verify that it is operating properly, while also comprehensively cleaning your system by removing any dirt or debris that may have been accumulating and hindering both performance and indoor air quality. Annually planned heat pump service lets our experts to get familiar with your system, so it will be painless to find problems moving forward.

Think of your yearly service as a shield on your investment. A well-maintained heat pump will encounter less corrosion, which means it can likely last longer. Small investments in heat pump service can help protect the larger investment – your heat pump. While speaking of your investment, it’s imperative to note that some manufacturer’s warranties demand proof of annual heat pump service when a claim is done on your warranty.

Not doing maintenance is one of the top causes of heat pump repair and malfunctions. We want your home comfort system to keep working as long asit can and function as well aspossible. Don’t wait until a breakdown to call for service, get peace of mind today. If you haven’t arranged your regular heat pump service yet, give us a call at 561-612-0242.

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