It's that time of year in the St. Louis area when many of us are switching from using our furnaces to using our air conditioners. But if you're a homeowner with a heat pump, you use the exact same system all year long. So what exactly do heat pump owners need to do during this transitional period? Find out by taking a look at the heat pump maintenance checklist we listed below!
First and foremost, it's essential that you schedule a professional tune-up for your heat pump. This is the most important thing you can do for your system in order to ensure that it runs efficiently and effectively all season song. Although you might have gotten a tune-up for your heat pump in the fall, you should schedule another one this spring in order to clean it up and take care of any safety or operational issues that might have developed this winter.
After scheduling your heat pump tune-up, here is a checklist of things you can do on your own to get your system ready for spring and summer:
If you have any questions about this heat pump maintenance checklist, or if you'd like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis air conditioning contractor. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like St. Peters, Town and Country and Weldon Spring.
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