Douglas Cooling & Heating Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pump Maintenance’

Make Sure You Schedule Maintenance for Your Heat Pump This Fall

Monday, September 4th, 2017

heat-pump-technicianWe’ve got a couple of months yet before the weather starts to cool off. However, it’s not a good idea to wait until heating season to get your home ready for it. Specifically, it’s a good idea to have your heat pump professionally checked in the next couple of months. Even if you had maintenance done earlier in the year, it’s still a good idea to have it done again this fall. Have a look at some of the reasons why your heat pump needs maintenance more often.

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The Single Most Important Thing You can do for Your Heat Pump

Monday, June 26th, 2017

heat-pumpWith the summer heat already baking the countryside, you’re probably using your heat pump on a fairly regular basis to keep cool. All that added demand over the next few months is going to increase the amount of wear and tear on your heat pump significantly. If you want to keep the system healthy, and lower the chances of it developing problems by a pretty significant amount, there is one major step you can take to prepare for summer: preventive maintenance. Just scheduling maintenance consistently every year can cut your repair costs significantly, and extend the effective lifespan of the system.

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Why Now is a Great Time to Install a New Heat Pump

Monday, May 1st, 2017

heat-pump-technicianTypically, spring is the time of year when people schedule preventive maintenance for their climate control systems. For some people, though, now is the time to replace an old system that just isn’t capable of getting them through another summer. If you’re on the market for a new climate control system, you should consider installing a heat pump this spring. You’ll get a lot of benefits out of it, both during the summer and throughout the year.

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Why Bi-Annual Heat Pump Maintenance is a Good Idea

Monday, December 5th, 2016

We’re moving deeper into winter, which means that you should schedule maintenance for your heat pump if you haven’t already. Even if you have already scheduled maintenance this year, you should have a professional check your heat pump before the weather gets too cold. Read on to find out why this is.

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