Heat Pump Maintenance Services in Milford, OH
Because they’re used in both summertime and wintertime, heat pumps begin to deteriorate over time so it’s important for homeowners to keep up on them, be proactive and have an HVAC technician perform maintenance at least once each year. Overall, preventative maintenance helps limit wear and tear on the heat pump and lengthen the lifespan of the unit.
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Without regular seasonal maintenance, your heat pump could end up consuming up to 25% more energy compared to a heat pump that’s properly cared for. To make matters worse, however, neglecting maintenance makes your heat pump more likely to develop problems that affect performance during the heating season and/or cooling season.
Our NATE-certified heat pump technicians at Milford Heating & Cooling inspect, clean and give your heat pump the care it needs to make it last as long as possible. Make sure you call the pros that care at Milford Heating & Cooling to service your heat pump this season!
Common Heat Pump Maintenance Questions & Answers
Do heat pumps need annual maintenance?
Absolutely. Heat pumps need to be serviced at least one time each year. With seasonal maintenance from an expert, the heat pump will last a lot longer, perform far better and cost less to use in addition to preventing expensive repair bills or emergency repairs. Service should be performed by a professional. This allows us to identify small problems and correct them before they become major mechanical breakdowns.
What sort of maintenance should I perform on my heat pump?
Heat pump owners should clean or change their unit’s air filters regularly. Changing a heat pumps air filter is a simple process that takes little time and almost all heat pump owners can do it on their own. Heat pump owners are recommended to clean or replace their heat pump’s air filters once a month, or as frequently as needed. A heat pump’s air filter will collect a lot of dirt, dust and other impurities, so this is an essential step to remember to do.
How much does heat pump maintenance cost?
The price tag on a maintenance visit for heat pumps vary from company to company and from heat pump to heat pump, depending on the type of model, its age and other details. This cost is usually between $50 and $180, with an additional hourly rate ranging between $80 and $160 for further labor. Preventative maintenance service should be conducted at least once a year, with an average cost of $80 to $130 per unit, and an additional $25 for parts. Milford Heating & Cooling offers specials for this service at discounted rates with online deals. We also offer Scheduled Maintenance Agreements to lower the cost even more.