Heat Pump Service

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Heat Pump Service Snohomish, Washington

C.M. Heating services all types air conditioners or heat pumps in Snohomish, WA. Our service technicians can diagnosis and repair your packaged or split systems in Snohomish, 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 Snohomish, WA, we install a range of replacement systems.


CM Heating Perform heat and cool maintenance. Furnace filter changed, clean cabinet inside and out, check ignition sequence, check flame sensing, check inducer/blower operation, check capacitor, check contactor, check refrigerant pressure/levels, check defrost control, check thermostat operation. System operation normal.

Snohomish, WA
09-12-2019


CM Heating performed a heat pump diagnostic and found The unit TXV is functioning, the defrost controller is working correctly. The heat pump is not performing at peak operations. System measurements indicate a dirty or plugged condenser and over charged system. Recommendation as follow: 1. Evaporator coil cleaning. 2. Condenser coil cleaning. 3. Refrigerant recovery and re-charge. Estimates attached.

Snohomish, WA
11-05-2019


CM Heating performed a heat pump diagnostic and found The electric furnace heat pump is 33 years old containing unavailable parts and utilizing the R-22 refrigerant system. Parts are discontinued and no longer available for this unit for repairs. The outdoor unit also has physical damage and corroded pipes and motors. It’s no longer serviceable and will need replacing with a new heat pump.

Snohomish, WA
10-30-2019


CM Heating Performed a heating and cooling maintenance service on the electric 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. -Check backup heat elements. All comfort equipment are operating well within design perimeters at this time.

snohomish, WA
10-10-2019