Any time you have heating and cooling maintenance workers in your home, it can be stressful, even if it’s for upgrades that you’re eagerly looking forward to. There are ways to make the experience go more smoothly, though. These three pieces of advice for your heat pump installation make the process easier and quicker because you’ll know what to expect.
Keep the Work Area Safe
If the area of your home where the heat pump will be located is full of stored items, it could make your HVAC technician’s job harder. Working around objects or struggling with blocked pathways can make the installation take longer or cause injury to your technician because of slips and falls.
Prepare for Some Disruption
Installing any kind of appliance in your home requires disconnecting the old unit and connecting the new one. You can expect the circuit that will be connected to the heat pump to get turned off during the install process, so plan ahead in case you have urgent needs that require uninterrupted power.
An Inspection Is Typically Required
After your HVAC technician finishes the job, your local municipality’s inspector will need to come and check the installation. All of the work must meet code for approval, just like when you get a new furnace or water heater. This step also ensures your new heat pump’s operation is safe.
Expert Heat Pump Installation for West Linn Homeowners
Advanced Heating & Air Conditioning has the expertise you expect from a professional HVAC service team. For more than 20 years, we have provided area residents and businesses with heating and cooling solutions that include gas furnace conversions, heat pumps, air handlers, ductless heat pumps and tankless water heaters. Our goal is your total satisfaction, and we stand behind our work. Whether you need heat pump installation, maintenance or service, contact us today.
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