Heat Pump Inspection Checklist

Heat pumps are an important part of home comfort, and regular maintenance can help ensure that it continues to work efficiently for years to come. Temperature Humidity Air Quality Solutions is here to help you with heat pump inspection in Portland, TX, and the surrounding areas. We have a team of qualified technicians who can help ensure your heat pump continues to work efficiently and safely.

Our professionals recommend inspecting your heat pump at least once a year. Here are some of the things that our professionals look for during heat pump inspection and service:

  1. Check all Wiring Connections: Our experienced technician will check all electrical wiring connections on your heat pump to ensure they are secure, and no corrosion is present.

  2. Check the amp Draw: The amp draw measures how much power the heat pump motor is using when running, which can indicate if there are any issues with the motor or its components. Our technician will check the heat pump amp draw to ensure it is running correctly.

  3. Inspect Heat Exchanger: The heat exchangers in your heat pump provide efficient heat transfer and should inspect for any cracks or other defects that can cause a breakdown of your system. Our technician will inspect the heat exchangers for any signs of damage or corrosion.

  4. Inspect Heat Pump Filters: Regularly replacing your heat pump’s air filter is important to ensure good air circulation throughout your home. Our technician can check the filters during heat pump inspection and service, and change them if needed. If you are located in Portland, Texas, you can contact us for a heat pump inspection to avoid the sudden failure of your system.

  5. Check Heat Pump Temperature: The heat pump temperature needs to be set correctly to ensure efficient heat transfer and energy efficiency. Our technician will check the heat pump temperature settings, and adjust them if necessary.

  6. Check Control Board: The heat pump’s control board should be checked for any loose wires, burnt out, or if it is not working correctly. Our technician will check the heat pump control board and ensure the heat pump runs smoothly and safely.

  7. Test Thermostat: The heat pump thermostat must be functioning correctly for the heat pump to heat and cool your home properly. Our technician will inspect the heat pump’s thermostat for any signs of wear or damage, and make adjustments if needed.

By following this heat pump inspection checklist, you can rest assured that your heat pump is operating safely and efficiently. If you have any questions about heat pumps or would like to schedule a heat pump inspection or service in Portland, TX, and surrounding areas, give Temperature Humidity Air Quality Solutions a call at (361) 287-7032.