How Often Should You Have Your Heat Pump Cleaned?
It's better to clean your heat pump every 3 to 4 months by experts. Heat pump doesn't require much looking after, sometimes it's easy to maintain and clean. But there are a few components that need to be checked for which it's better if you get help from HVAC professionals. Keep your heat pump clean with Ewing & Ewing Air Conditioning.
Can You Clean the Heat Pump by Yourself?
You can clean the heat pump by yourself by following the DIY method. But we will not suggest you to do that. Because this may seem easy and money-saving to you but in the long run it would bring disaster to you along with heavy expenses. Moreover, if you are not a professional HVAC technician then better not to do it by yourself. Seek help from a professional for cleaning your heat pump.
DIY Heat Pump Cleaning
Clean Your Filter: Turn off the power, locate and remove the air filter, clean with water under 40˚C, dry completely, and replace damaged filters if not washable but damaged.
Clean the Outdoor Coil: To improve the system's performance regularly clean the outdoor unit by removing debris, and leaves, and spraying water through the fins.
Clean the Indoor Components: Clean the indoor coil using compressed air or a soft brush, and remove dust buildup on registers and grilles.
Save Money with Expert Heat Pump Cleaning
Mechanical and electrical components need to be checked. An Ewing & Ewing Air Conditioning technician will inspect ductwork, blower, and coils using specialized equipment, lubricate, and ensure proper operation, check fan belt for wear, and perform routine heat pump maintenance. A professional HVAC will check to refrigerant to make sure that your heat pump works properly.
Clean Your Heat Pump with Ewing & Ewing Air Conditioning
A clean heat pump runs more effectively and efficiently, which can reduce your energy costs and increase the lifespan of the appliance. Maintaining your heat pump also contributes to optimum indoor air quality. Always adhere to the manufacturer's cleaning and maintenance instructions.
If you're unsure about the condition of your heat pump, get a professional HVAC to examine the situation and carry out the required cleaning or repair work. For any emergencies contact us or call us at 561-220-6484 in West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and more.