Your heat pump has most likely been running for the past 7-8 months, and may very well have another month or two to run before it can take a well-earned break. By then temperatures should be in the comfortable range of the low 70’s and upper 60’s during the day. You can open windows, air out the house and enjoy those cooler and much dryer fall and winter breezes.
Now is the perfect time to schedule maintenance for your hard-working heat pump. Most HVAC companies have slowed down a bit since the summer crunch is now over , so it’s a good time to call and schedule a heat pump check-up at your convenience. HVAC technicians often detect a small issue that can be fixed easily that could otherwise turn into a major and costly repair.
There are a few things you can do on your own, but it’s wise to leave the technical items to a trained professional. Take a look at our infographic for items that a DIY homeowner can complete and what is best left for your technician to complete. Click here or on the graphic below to see the entire infographic.