We know that you’re looking forward to the prospect of warm spring weather after a long winter in Boston, but before we cross the finish line, we want to make sure that you take a moment to reflect over your home heating services. Are you one of the many homeowners that are ready to apply that “out with the old, in with the new” spring sentiment to your heating system? We can be of service to you if you need to make some necessary changes.
We specialize in heat pump repair in Boston, MA. If you’ve relied on your heating system for the past few months or if you’re planning on firing up your heating pump for the spring and summer seasons, then it’s time to eliminate any problems that you might have happening with your heater.
When to Give Us a Call
Not sure when to give our team a call when it comes to your heat pump? Here are a few signs that you should schedule an appointment with our heating technicians. We can handle last minute heating repairs and any lingering air conditioning problems that you might have.
You’re Not Comfortable
We know what you’re probably thinking… of course I’m not comfortable in my home during a Boston winter—it’s freezing! This isn’t what we’re referring to though. What we’re alluding to is the efficacy of your home’s heating system. When you turn on your heater and run it for a decent amount of time, are you able to get the heating power that you need from your system? If the answer is no, then it’s time for you to pick up the phone and call our professionals.
Your Bills are Draining Your Wallet
Are you noticing that your energy bills are steadily increasing throughout year? Your heat pump could be the source of this. Sure, your energy bills are going to spike when winter rolls around here in Boston and they’ll spike again once the cold temperatures thaw out and our warm temperatures set in too. Although you might have certain months where you’re paying a little more for your home heating or air conditioning, this shouldn’t be a consistent battle in your home. If you notice that it is, then it’s time to call us.
Your Heat Pump Smells Funky
Heat pumps have so many various benefits. You really can’t overestimate the importance of an eco-friendly system in the world we live in and the energy-efficiency helps too. There’s just one drawback to heat pump systems and that’s the potential smell they can emit when they start to go haywire. Heat pumps can give off a moldy smell. This is due to mold and bacteria forming on an indoor coil. If you’re dealing with dirty sock syndrome, then it’s time for you to schedule an appointment with our team.
You can call us for all your heat pump services.
Come to Cooling Unlimited, Inc. when you want great heat pump work. Schedule an appointment today.