Mini Split Heat Pump Maintenance

Tune-Ups in Frankfort, KY

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In recent years more and more homeowners are opting to put in heat pump mini splits. Like any type of HVAC system these units require annual maintenance to ensure that the system is working efficiently and safely for you. Sizemore Heating and Cooling has the training and experience to properly maintain your Frankford, Kentucky mini split heat pump system.

We have been in business since 2013 and have been working with this newer technology for years. We take pride in keeping our customers and neighbors comfortable and safe. The best way we can do that is to make sure that the HVAC system that is installed in your residence is running at tip top shape.

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Tune-up Your Heat Pump Mini Split

Like with any type of mechanical technology, it's important to make sure that you maintain it properly. A properly maintained mini split heat pump will last you longer and operate more efficiently, saving you time and money. By keeping up with the maintenance of the mini split heat pump units you can rest easy when the temperatures change, and know that your home will be comfortable. If you are interested in mini split heat pump maintenance let us know, we provide free quotes and can come up with a plan to fit your needs. Our goal is to help our Franklin County, Kentucky neighbors.

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Mini-split maintenance

Our Mini Split Heat Pump Checklist

The great thing about mini split technology is the ever changing ways that we can install the indoor units.

  • Inspect all refrigerant lines and insulation.
  • Visually inspect outdoor unit and make sure it is level.
  • Check outdoor unit for coil damage and check condensate drain.
  • Remove any debris and clean out outside filters as need.
  • Check both indoor and outdoor blower systems on units.
  • Inspect condensate lines and check for proper drainage.
  • Review safety features and check outdoor safety disconnect.
  • Test heat, cool cycles, and thermostat.
  • Start up system and test operation.
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Do You Need Mini Split Help Now?

Since 2013 we have been working with this new technology and have spent the time training and learning on the job to easily and efficiently diagnose your mini split heat pump problem.

Below is a list of things you can check on your own system before we get there.

  •   Remote Batteries Dead? Some mini split heat pumps use a handheld remote to set the unit. These usually require batteries sometimes just changing the batteries is all that is needed.
  •   Heating or Cooling Mode? Because the newer units are so technologically advanced they have both cooling and heating mode. Make sure that you have set your mini split system to the correct mode.
  •   Is the System Calling for Heating or Cooling? Find a zone and put that zone way past the current temperature in the room to see if you can get it to blow hot or cool air.
  •   Is the Breaker On? Sometimes the breaker flips and there is no power to the unit. Check your breaker box and make sure that the breaker did not trip.
  •   Outdoor Unit in Defrost Mode? If you are in heating mode make sure that it is not. If it is it should only take a few minutes before the unit operates as normal.
  •   Filters Dirty? Check your filters and make sure that they are good working order.
  •   Unit In Time Delay? If your breaker was off, after turning the power on, give it a few minutes: many systems have a built-in time delay after a power outage.
  •   System Calling for Heating or Cooling? Make sure that at least one zone is set to on and the desired temperature is set well below ambient for cooling operation, or well above ambient for heating operation.
  •   Is the Power On? Check your circuit breaker and your outdoor unit disconnect to ensure that you have not had a nuisance trip and your heat pump system does have power.

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