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Blog 2 - October

When you are experiencing issues with your heat pump, the temperature rising is not just your frustration, but your discomfort. Heat pumps are crucial to your level of comfortability in your home or office. Does your heat pump cycle too frequently or stall and freeze up? It's okay if you don't know what it's doing wrong but just know that it is not working correctly. Heat pumps get regular use regardless of the season, so repairs and maintenance are going to be required at some point or another. Like any mechanical mechanism, heat pumps have some standard issues that arise. Not all issues are dire, but anytime you are experiencing issues with your heat pump, call the professional technicians at Expert Air

Signs Heat Pump Needs Repair:

  1. Power Loss
  2. Circuit breaker constantly trips
  3. Strange noises from the pump
  4. Heat pump freezes
  5. Constantly turning on and off
  6. Blower not working correctly
  7. Unit doesn't turn on when it should

Why should you fix your heat pump? Wondering why it matters anyway?

The heat pump dehumidifies the indoor air as it cools, a double plus. Heat pumps can be used every day of the year, so you really get your money's worth. Also, heat pumps have the benefit of producing less temperature waves which ultimately adds to your overall comfort.

What is a Heat Pump?

The heat pump takes advantage of the difference between the heat in the home and the outside air. The heat pump requires minimal electrical energy to move air in both directions, in and out, hot and cold. It's the device that transfers the heat from the source to a heat sink. Your heat pump absorbs heat from a cool place and moves it to a warm location.

How does a heat pump work

If you think your heat pump needs to be replaced, contact Expert Air today to set an appointment.

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