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Heat Pump Service

Call Us Right Away if Your Heat Pump Fails

Call us when your need heat pump service or maintenance. Though heat pumps have less parts that can fail than many other systems, there is always the risk that something can go wrong. Should your heat pump ever malfunction, call New England Heat Pumps for fast and reliable repairs.

We have years of experience working with heat pumps in the greater Bangor area as well as Central & Coastal Maine, so we can quickly identify and remedy what is troubling your heat pump. Don’t go without comfort longer than you have to – call today and request heat pump repair services in Bangor, Brewer, and beyond.

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Ensure Maximum Efficiency With Routine Heat Pump Service

The best way to prevent breakdowns and maintain efficiency is to have an expert inspect and clean your heat pump regularly. Having New England Heat Pumps clean your system once a year will help you keep it running smoothly year round. We also have service plans available to help you keep up with maintenance. Call today for more information.

Information About Heat Pumps

Heat pumps not only provide heat, they also provide cooling during hot weather. Heat pumps don’t burn fuel and don’t consume electricity through an element. This means they’re less of a fire risk. A heat pump works in much the same way as a refrigerator or an air conditioner. A liquid soaks up heat when it turns into a gas and radiates heat when it goes from being a gas to being a liquid.

During hot weather, heat pumps work in exactly the same way as a central air conditioning unit. Then, a refrigerant is pumped through the evaporator coil tubing. The refrigerant expands as it travels through the tubing and changes to a gas as it absorbs heat from the surrounding air.

After this has happened, a fan pushes air past the cold tubing and into the home. The gas in the tubing goes through a compressor and starts to become a liquid again. It then moves to a condenser outside the house, where it fully returns to a liquid state.

The heat pump uses the same principle in reverse during cold weather. It takes the warmth from the cold air from outside the house and pumps it into the building. This works very well down to temperatures as low as -15F.

Basics of Heat Pump Service and Maintenance

A good general rule for heat pump maintenance is that problems should be taken care of as quickly as possible. Leaving an issue untreated for an extensive period can lead to much higher repair costs. This is especially true for problems involving the compressor, as these issues can get very expensive very quickly.

Heat pump maintenance is a good deal more complicated than the maintenance of an air conditioner, and is best left to the professionals. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t perform basic preventative maintenance yourself. In fact, professionals advise that you do this on a regular basis. The most important thing you can do is clean the filters regularly to keep it from getting clogged with dirt.

New England Heat Pumps Offers Affordable Heat Pump Service and Maintenance

Though heat pumps have less parts that can fail than many other systems, there is always the chance that something can go wrong. Should your heat pump ever malfunction, call New England Heat Pumps for fast and reliable repairs. We service the Greater Bangor Area, MDI, Northern and Coastal Maine. Contact us today!