4 Ways to Get Your Heat Pump Ready for Spring

Spring is almost here, which means it’s time to get your heating and cooling system ready for the change in temperatures. But what steps should you take to get your unit in shape for the new season? Kevin Robinson’s Heating & Cooling knows just what to do. Here are some simple things you can do now to get your heat pump ready for spring:

  1. Call for a checkup: Schedule a maintenance check for your heat pump. Just like you get a physical from your doctor, these inspections ensure that your heating and cooling unit is operating properly. If it’s not, we’ll fix it right then and there.
  2. Get your ductwork inspected: It’s equally important to have your ductwork checked out. Clogged and dirty ductwork systems can cause a major strain to your HVAC system. It can even hurt the air quality inside your home.
  3. Consider installing a new thermostat: Is your thermostat faulty? Consider upgrading to a new one this spring, especially if you don’t already have a programmable thermostat. Programmable thermostats are great money and energy savers. They’ll also keep your home at the temperature settings you want at particular times of the day.
  4. Clean the unit and change the filter regularly: Finally, make sure you’re changing out your air filters every season. Clogged air filters, just like your ductwork system, can cause your heat pump to work harder than it should. When we come out to perform a seasonal service, we’ll clean your heat pump. Clean, unblocked units are the best way to guarantee consistent circulation of cool air fro your AC.

Does your heat pump need servicing to start the spring off right? Call Kevin Robinson’s Heating & Cooling today. Our HVAC contractors will give you quality heat pump and air conditioning repairs in Camden, Lancaster, and Kershaw, SC. Let us keep you cool as the weather warms up!

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