With average low temperatures of around 39° predicted for the month of December in outlying Valley areas, you really don’t want to get left out in the cold! It is essential to keep your heater in top working condition, otherwise you could be looking at the need for a heat pump repair this winter. To prevent needing heat pump repair in Queen Creek AZ, as well as in Gilbert and Tempe, we suggest following this checklist throughout the year to keep your heater in operational shape. Following these steps will help avoid unnecessary worry and stress to you and your heating unit:
- Schedule regular maintenance calls
With John’s, you can join the club and save big with our maintenance program. As a member, you are given priority and will receive service ahead of non-members. Our Peak Performance Club extends the life of your equipment and guarantees savings in the long run.
- Change filters regularly
It goes without saying, but this simple tasks is often overlooked. If your system is cycling for longer periods of time in the summer and/or winter, make sure to keep track on your calendar every time you change out the filter.
- Invest in a programmable thermostat
This will allow you greater control over your air conditioning and heating system. If you are more technically inclined, you may want to look into a Wi-Fi enabled thermostat. These gadgets are the future in home automation and help you set a schedule that works for you and your home.
- Clear debris from the outdoor unit
This prevents a buildup of twigs and leaves, and dust from blocking the outdoor unit. It also stops unwanted pests from using these areas as breeding grounds.
- Ask for advice
All our staff are certified professionals and happy to advise you on getting the most out of your heating system. Our technicians are extremely knowledgeable, so the next time they stop by for a maintenance checkup, don’t be afraid to ask them any questions or have them address your concerns.
If you are noticing any strange noises and/or smells or the system is lagging, you may want to consider scheduling a service request sooner rather than later. We are your specialists for heat pump repair in Queen Creek, AZ and Valley wide.