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Summer is quickly approaching, which means outdoor temperatures are going to start rising in no time. When this happens in St. Petersburg, Florida, there’s one common item all household members rely on. Your cooling system. Heat pump maintenance will help ensure your system is ready for the heat and provide you and your family with optimal indoor comfort throughout the season.

Improve System Performance

Florida summers can be harsh on us and our cooling systems. During this season, heat pumps have to work extra hard to keep your home cool and comfortable. For this reason, it’s important to have an expert take a look at your system and ensure your heat pump is ready to handle the summer heat.

During your visit, a technician will inspect every part of your heat pump and complete tasks like lubricating moving parts, checking refrigerant levels, tightening electrical connections and checking for any safety issues. These will help improve system performance on those days when you need it most.

Prevent Costly Heat Pump Repairs

Since your technician will perform an in-depth check of your system during your annual visit, he or she will also be able to spot and fix small issues that might have otherwise led to costly heat pump repairs in the future. The last thing any Florida resident wants in the summer is a system breakdown and regular maintenance can help prevent it.

Boost Your Energy Efficiency

The primary goal of regular heat pump maintenance is to ensure your system is in top-notch condition. When your heat pump is well-maintained, it won’t have to work extra hard to cool your home, which means it won’t be wasting unnecessary energy. As a result, it will help boost your energy efficiency and lower your utility costs.

Scheduling heat pump maintenance before outdoor temperatures get too hot is essential to improve system performance, prevent costly repairs, and boost your energy efficiency. For more information about our maintenance agreements contact our team at M & R Air Conditioning & Electrical today.

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