HEAT PUMP Tune-Ups & Maintenance

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CM Heating is your local central heat pump specialist! Our EPA certified team of heating and cooling specialists can take care of your heat pump tune-up and maintenance needs! Call us today to schedule the service you need!

CM Heating provides heat tune-ups in the greater Everett, WA area. We service all makes and models of central heat pumps.

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Central Heat Pumps Tune-Ups & Maintainance

To ensure that your heat pump system is both reliable and operating at peak efficiency you’ll need to have it maintained properly. Don’t wait until something is wrong! Rather depend on CM Heating to schedule a heat pump tune-up.

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

Central Heat Pump 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
  • Inspect the indoor coil for dirt or debris and clean as necessary
  • Examine the indoor blower motor and blower wheel
  • Examine the outdoor unit blower
  • Check the condensate lines and or the condensate pump
  • Lubricate motors and bearings as necessary
  • Check to outdoor safety disconnect
  • Test thermostat operation
  • Start-up system and test operation in both heating and cooling operation