Heat Pump Tune-Up in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the Surrounding Areas

Heat Pump Tune-Up Service in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, Columbia, Glen Burnie, Bowie, Towson, Dundalk, Catonsville, Laurel, Woodlawn, Nottingham, Randallstown, Abington, Essex, MD and Surrounding Areas.

Heat Pump Tune Up in Baltimore, MD | Heater Maintenance Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD | Call SuperTech HVAC Services for heating inspection.Heat pump tune-up in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD, and the surrounding areas is the simplest way to lengthen the life of your heating system, lower your bills, and avoid problems that take you by surprise. How? Find out below!

What Does a Heat Pump Tune Up Comprise of?

  1. Oiling parts of the system
    The technician will oil the bearings and the blower motor if he decides this is necessary. If not, this may lead to friction as time goes by. It may also result in a complete breakdown.
  2. The system’s pressure
    A professional performing a heat pump tune-up at your house or office will have to measure and then record the pressure of the system. The next step is discharging said pressure. Your HVAC professional will get a reading of the sub-cooling and/or superheat which can then help aid you in figuring out if there are any problems going on with the refrigeration system.
  3. Inspecting the ductwork
    Even if there are no signs of damage, inspecting the ductwork is still a crucial part of a heat pump tune-up. Sometimes the equipment casualty is not visible from the outside but it will become a concern later on, possibly in the middle of winter when you need your heating system the most.
  4. Adjusting the charge
    Allow us to start this idea by advising you not to try this on your own and letting a professional handle it for you. Adjusting the charge means checking to see the levels of refrigerant the unit is running on. If there’s too little of it, there might be a leak somewhere in the system. Do not try to perform this bit of maintenance personally. Refrigerant is a powerful chemical that can damage your health.

We here at SuperTech receive quite a few calls late at night in the middle of winter with problems relating to heat pumps. That doesn’t have to be you if you go for a heat pump tune up!