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Heat Pump Tune-up Services For Your Home Right Now!
Call (714) 602-1299 Today to Schedule Your Home’s Heat Pump Tune-up Services!
Heat pumps are a great choice in Orange County because they deliver cooling in warm weather and heat when it’s chilly … and they do both economically! While heat pumps are among the most reliable home appliances, they need regular maintenance to perform at their most efficient. Biard & Crockett recommends regular maintenance because we know it reduces the chances of unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. A heat pump tune-up can provide all these benefits:
- Improves efficiency
A cleaned, inspected and professionally adjusted heat pump works more efficiently and consumes less energy.
- Reduces utility costs
When your heat pump is at peak efficiency, you’ll pay less for energy.
- Prevents repairs
A heat pump tune-up allows us to address minor issues, so your heat pump will be less likely to break down when you need it most.
- Extends heat pump life
Experience proves regular maintenance can add many years to a heat pump’s service life.
- Improves your family’s comfort
When your heat pump is operating in peak condition, it does a better job of assuring your family’s year-round comfort.
Call (714) 602-1299 to schedule heat pump tune-up service or connect with us online right now!
Our Heat Pump Tune-Up Is Comprehensive
The heat pump experts from Biard & Crockett take a comprehensive approach to heat pump tune-ups, heading off problems through multiple steps like these:
- Completely cleaning key components
When parts like condenser units and evaporator coils develop a buildup of dirt and grime, it can hurt efficiency and performance, so we provide a thorough cleaning and replace the heat pump’s air filter.
- Verifying everything is meeting specifications
Our team employs the latest technology to make sure components like the condenser, evaporator, and compressor are operating within the manufacturer’s requirements.
- Checking electrical components and connections
We inspect the key connections between your home’s heat pump, thermostat and electrical system.
- Validating refrigerant levels
We measure your system’s refrigerant levels and add R-22 or R-410A refrigerant as needed.
- Clearing the condensate drain
When your heat pump is in cooling mode the humidity it pulls from the air must be drained properly. A clogged or misaligned condensate drain can cause leaks or ice formation.