MINI-SPLIT Tune-Ups & Maintenance

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CM Heating is your local greater Snohomish & King County mini-split heat pump specialist! Our EPA certified and factory-trained team of air conditioning specialists has the unique expertise to properly maintain and service the complicated systems in your mini-split heat pump! Call CM Heating today to schedule the maintenance you need!

CM Heating provides mini-split tune-ups in greater Snohomish and North King County for all makes and models.


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Mini-Split Heat Pump Tune-Ups & Maintainance


To make sure that your ductless mini-split is reliable and operating at peak efficiency, you’ll need to have it maintained annually. Don’t wait until something is wrong! Rather depend on the team at CM Heating to schedule a ductless mini-split tune-up.

Regular tune-ups reduce repair costs over time and help extend equipment life. Also, proper cleaning of filters and coils will ensure that you're getting the highest possible efficiency from your ductless mini-split.

Mini-Split Tune-up Checklist:

  • Inspect the refrigerant lines and the insulation of the refrigerant lines
  • Ensure the outdoor unit is level and draining properly
  • Inspect the outdoor unit coil for damage or anything that might obstruct airflow and clean as necessary
  • Check to ensure all indoor units are level to ensure proper condensate removal
  • Inspect the indoor units and filters for dirt or debris and clean as necessary
  • Examine the indoor blower systems
  • Examine the outdoor unit blower
  • Check the condensate lines and any condensate pumps in the system
  • Check to outdoor safety disconnect
  • Test wired thermostat (if used) and remote control operation and replace any remote control batteries as needed
  • Start-up system and test operation