If Your Heat Pump Meets These Criteria, Replace It

Monday, June 19th, 2017

heat-pumpThere are a lot of different steps you can take to prepare your home for the hottest months of the year. For a lot of people, scheduling preventive maintenance for their climate control systems is enough to make sure they’re ready for the coming heat. Sooner or later, however, everyone needs to replace their system with a new one. If you’re using a heat pump to stay cool this year, you should evaluate it at some point to make sure that it’s able to keep you cool through another season. If not, you should replace it now so it doesn’t break down on you in the middle of a heat wave. Have a look at some of the ways you can tell that your heat pump needs to be replaced.

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Should I Replace My Heat Pump This Fall?

Monday, October 31st, 2016

It’s not a good idea to head into a heating season with a system that can’t carry you through it. If you are using a heat pump to stay warm this fall, and it cannot actually keep your home warm through another season, you should replace it right now. That way, you won’t have to worry about the heat pump breaking down on you in the middle of winter. Let’s take a look at some of the signs that you need a new heat pump system.

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Signs That Your Heat Pump Needs to Be Replaced

Monday, August 17th, 2015

We’re right in the middle of summer, and homeowners across the country are running their climate control systems on a daily basis to cope with the heat. Chances are, you’re one of those homeowners. If you’re using a heat pump to keep your home cool, you should know a couple of things. First, summer is one of the most stressful times of year for heat pumps, as they are used far more often on a day to day basis. Second, if your heat pump gives out in the middle of a hot day, you are going to be without air conditioning for a few days until you can replace it. In order to avoid that unhappy situation, it is best to take note of any signs that your heat pump needs replacing. Let’s examine those signs now.

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