Heat Pump Service
HEAT PUMP SERVICE PROS
At Bangor Heat Pump, we provide quick heat pump service, so you’re not struggling with an uncomfortable, inefficient heat pump system for any length of time. Furthermore, service is provided by technicians with a great deal of experience in what they’re doing. That means you can rest assured that we do the job correctly the first time.
WE KEEP YOUR HEAT PUMP RUNNING SMOOTHLY
Proper heat pump functioning is essential for conditioning interior air and keeping a home comfortable. Occasionally, heat pumps malfunction and require service to restore proper operation. Heat pumps need routine maintenance to keep them in the best possible condition.
We provide heat pump service, repair, maintenance, replacement, and installation. We can solve your heat pump problems. Also, we service heat pumps we did not install. If you are experiencing your residential or commercial heat pump issues, contact the heat pump service pros!
WE SERVE ALL OF MAINE
Our service area for residential and commercial heat pumps is the entire state of Maine! Contact us today to set up a free consultation.
WARNING SIGNS THAT YOU NEED SERVICE
Homeowners need to be aware of what the main signs of heat pump malfunctioning are. This way, they can schedule heat pump maintenance or repair when necessary. A heat pump that requires service might begin to make unusual noises or give off unfamiliar smells.
A heat pump that needs attention might start consuming more energy than it should, so utility bills skyrocket. Another sign a heat pump needs attention is that it simply is not effective at conditioning interior air anymore. Contact us if you notice any of these signs.
HEAT PUMP MAINTENANCE
Preventing heat pump malfunctions is preferable to dealing with them after they occur. Avoiding malfunctions is all about proper heat pump maintenance. There are some essential maintenance tasks that need to be taken care of when it comes to your heat pump.
- Cleaning components – Numerous parts of a heat pump need to be cleaned periodically, including the outdoor coils and the condensate drain.
- Re-calibrate the thermostat – A properly calibrated thermostat ensures a heat pump can be easily set to a particular interior temperature.
- Replacing the air filter – The air filter of a unit functions to maintain good interior air quality. Filters naturally collect debris over time, detracting from their functioning. A heat pump needs to have its air filter routinely changed to maintain proper functioning and efficiency.
- Oiling moving components – Applying oil for lubrication to components like fan motors is essential to ensure efficiency in moving parts.