Call Certified Climate Control for Heat Pump Maintenance
Certified Climate Control specializes in HVAC maintenance for a wide service area covering homeowners in Orange, Seminole, and Volusia counties of Florida. We’re proud to say we’ve maintained an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars in our customer reviews and received the Angie’s List Super Service Award for 10 years straight. Our team is committed to offering the absolute best service to our customers, whether you call us for an air conditioning tune-up or an emergency repair.
Why Is Heat Pump HVAC Maintenance Important?
Heat Pumps are intricate and valuable appliances that contain various parts that work together to transfer heat from one area to another, providing optimal climate conditions. Just like your vehicle, pieces of the motor and other features get dirty and can wear out over time. Tuning up and visually inspecting the vital components of your heat pump can uncover potential issues before a breakdown.
Do I Need to Call a Professional for Heat Pump Service?
As licensed HVAC maintenance pros, we are fully certified to service all different types and brands of heat pumps and air conditioners. Our experience has equipped us with the expertise and knowledge to uncover and diagnose problems quickly and use the right parts to repair them. If your unit is under any type of warranty, work completed by someone other than a licensed HVAC tech could void any remaining aspects of the warranty. For all these reasons and more, you should leave most heat pump services to the qualified technicians at Certified Climate Control. Ask about our Certified Protection Plan to learn how you can have peace of mind heading into every season.
Is There any Heat Pump Maintenance I Can Do Myself?
It’s to every homeowner’s advantage to understand how their HVAC equipment works and know a few simple DIY maintenance steps they can complete, if physically able, between preventive maintenance visits by our crew. Common tasks most homeowners can handle include:
- Change filters as suggested by the manufacturer
- Keep the outside coil free of debris
- Ensure the outdoor unit is free of leaves, grass clippings, and shrub growth
- Check vents and registers to make sure they’re not covered by rugs or furniture
What Does Preventive Heat Pump Maintenance Include?
So, you’re changing the filters, keeping the coils clean, and ensuring the outdoor unit isn’t covered by the surrounding landscape. That’s excellent work. What’s left? Our seasonal preventative maintenance will dive deeper into the heat pump and the various parts. No matter what brand you have, we offer maintenance packages to take care of everything to ensure you don’t enter the season and find your heat pump is broken. Typical heat pump maintenance includes:
- Check and correct any leaks in ducts
- Inspect the filters, blower, and indoor coil unit
- Clean indoor coil unit and drain pan
- Flush and clean the drain line
- Check refrigerant level and inspect for leaks
- Inspect and lubricate motors and bearings as needed
- Check all electrical components and connections
- And more!
Schedule Heat Pump Maintenance Today
Certified Climate Control is here to answer the call for professional heat pump maintenance and repair throughout the Orlando, FL area. Our team offers complete HVAC sales, installation, maintenance, and repair services to be your one-stop shop for all your comfort needs. Want to make sure your heat pump runs reliably this season? Contact us for assistance today.