During the winter, a heat pump maximizes indoor comfort. Many homeowners in Calhoun, Georgia, appreciate the work a heat pump does to keep their homes warm and comfortable. However, heat pumps requires regular maintenance to keep them operating at peak efficiency. Learn to recognize some signs that can indicate your heat pump needs servicing.

Excessive Noise

If your heat pump produces an excessive level of noise when it’s operating, you need to schedule a service appointment. Rattling, groaning, and other unusual mechanical sounds could mean that a part has failed and needs repairing or replacing. Our service technicians can help you identify the problem and get your system operating correctly.

Shortened Operating Cycles

Does your heat pump switch on and off constantly without effectively heating your home? Shortened operating cycles indicate that yours needs attention. Short cycling can result from debris buildup that doesn’t allow air to flow smoothly through the system. As a result, the system isn’t able to operate correctly. In addition to debris buildup, a malfunctioning thermostat could cause your heat pump to turn on and off.

Cold Spots in Your Home

Are some areas of your home colder than others? When heating inconsistencies occur, they can be the result of a malfunction that’s reducing the amount of heat distributed throughout your home. To identify the source of the problem, contact one of our service technicians.

Increases in Energy Bills

You’ve recently looked at your home energy bills and you can’t understand why your heating costs are going up even though you’re not using your system excessively. If you can relate to this scenario, schedule servicing. Heat pumps are designed for optimal energy efficiency. Therefore, one that’s not working correctly will cost you more money to operate than a unit that’s functioning normally.

When you need a heat pump repair, contact Dalton Heating & Air. Schedule a service appointment today by calling us at 706-619-2799.

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