As the seasons change, it’s important for homeowners to make sure that their appliances are in working order.
Routine maintenance on your heat pump system is essential in ensuring reliability through the cold winter months.
Here are some tips to look out for when evaluating the performance of your system.
Your heat pump works to provide even and efficient heating and cooling to your home.
During the cold months, your heat pump may pull heat from any source, the air or the ground, and transfers it into your home. During the colder months, your heat pump acts as an air conditioner, removing heat from your home.
A key advantage of a heat pump system over other climate control options is that instead of generating heat, it simply moves it. This provides you with a more energy efficient heating and cooling mechanism.
There are several reasons why a heat pump may fail.
A faulty thermostat is the most common culprit for a malfunctioning system.
Faulty wiring or incorrect replacement parts may cause the system to malfunction.
Your circuit breaker may also cause problems with your pump.
Because your system requires multiple circuit breakers, some may need to be reset to restore activity to your system.
If the circuit breaker is mistakenly tripped, the heat pump may cease to receive power.
Other time, there are internal pieces within your system that have simply worn out over time. This is to be expected due to the intricate wiring within a heat pump. Wiring may gradually become loose over time due to routine wear and tear.
There are many warning signs that something is wrong with your heat pump:
If it’s time to have your heat pump inspected and repaired, call a company you can trust.
Synergy Service of Nashville is proud to offer heat pump maintenance, heat pump repair and heat pump placement.
Contact us today at (615) 577-5000 to learn more about our services and how we can help you.