Heat Pump Service

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1346 Total Reviews C.M. Heating425-259-0550$1415 Broadway, Everett WA

Heat Pump Service Marysville, Washington

C.M. Heating services all types air conditioners or heat pumps in Marysville, WA. Our service technicians can diagnosis and repair your packaged or split systems in Marysville, WA and get your HVAC system back up to speed promptly.

Let us help you decide how best to solve you comfort and efficiency challenges quickly. If repair is the best choice, C.M. Heating stocks the parts you need. If you need to update your AC or Heat Pump system in Marysville, WA, we install a range of replacement systems.


CM Heating Performed a heating and cooling maintenance service on the gas furnace-heat pump unit. -Took measurements of consumable components and verify they are within specific tolerance. -Compared baseline refrigerant data to current readings. -Inspect electrical and mechanical components for premature wear/failure. -Inspect overall operations. -Cleaned air filter. All comfort equipment are operating well within design perimeters at this time.

Marysville, WA
11-14-2019


CM Heating performed a heat pump diagnostic and found Outdoor condenser fan motor is bad. Motor winding's are shot. Motor is shaking extremely bad. Start kit is bad as well. Capacitor has no rating. Parts have been ordered.

Marysville, WA
11-12-2019


CM Heating Performed a heating and cooling maintenance service on the gas furnace-heat pump unit. -Took measurements of consumable components and verify they are within specific tolerance. -Compared baseline refrigerant data to current readings. -Inspect electrical and mechanical components for premature wear/failure. -Inspect overall operations. -Install new 4in pleated air filter. The following are my findings: -capacitor need replacing. -contactor should be replaced as well. -upon arrival thermostat temperature was at 70 degrees. -The thermostat schedule is set to 64 for heating, indicating that the temperature in the home must fall below 64 in order to activate and produce heat. My suggestion is to set that temperature between 67-70 depending on your person comfort level.

Marysville, WA
11-25-2019


CM Heating went out for a heat pump diagnostic and Upon my arrival the unit was working. Conducted a maintenance service on the air handler and heat pump. -Took measurements of consumable components and verify they are within specific tolerance. -Compared baseline refrigerant data to current readings. -Inspect electrical and mechanical components for premature wear/failure. -Inspect overall operations. -Filter is still ok, at about 50% The unit is working as normal at this time. Notes: Refrigerant is a little out of manufacturer design range, indicate the unit may be slightly over charge or contaminated. The current temperature during this testing is 48 degrees. Not the most optimized temperature to get precise readings.

Marysville, WA
11-07-2019


CM Heating went out for a heat pump diagnostic and found The heat pump unit is currently working correctly at this time. Made some adjustments on the thermostat and will need to return to investigate inadequate air flow to half the house.

Marysville, WA
10-29-2019