When Is The Best Time To Clean My Heat Pump? This is a question we get asked a lot. Everybody knows by now a heat pump should be deep cleaned regularly. Manufacturers recommend between every 12 and 18 months. If you are looking for information on how often they should be cleaned please check
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Why Is My Heat Pump Leaking? Heat pumps are working so hard this summer, and dealing with so much humidity and moisture in the air. If they are dirty, they are working twice as hard, and if that moisture has nowhere to go, it sits on the blower wheel and can breed mold.
How Do I Know My Heat Pump Needs Cleaning?!! 3 EASY STEPS TO SPOT THE MOLD We all know by now that an unclean heat pump can contain mold, dust and other undesirables that it can distribute within the air throughout your home. However, one of the most common questions we get asked is
Proudly Serving the Highlands! We have long loved serving the Cape Breton highlands and now we’re proud to have a shop location in Cheticamp! Serving the highlands with all your heat pump and hotel air conditioning (PTAC) cleaning needs. This dedicated Heat Pump Cleaning location serves Cheticamp, Inverness, Margaree, Pleasant Bay, Baddeck & the
Easy Heat Pump Inspection Inspect your Ductless Mini-Split & Contact us For more info How to tell if your unit needs cleaning: 1. Take a flashlight and look in-between the vents at the bottom of the machine You will see dirt or mold spots build up at the back or on the blower
The Proper Cleaning of Heat Pumps to Remove Mold Heat Pumps, or ‘Mini-Split’ Ductless systems are a great way to heat your home in colder months, and cool it in hot months. However, due to the way they operate, they draw in elements from nature and if not maintained properly can suffer from becoming