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Here are some suggestions that First Service Refrigeration offers that could save an expensive service call.
If your heat pump is not producing the same amount of heat as it did last year, there could be several reasons for this issue. Here are some common troubleshooting steps you can take to try and identify the problem:
Step 1
Check the thermostat:

Make sure the thermostat is set to heat mode and the temperature is set higher than the current room temperature. Also, check the batteries in the thermostat to ensure they are not dead.

Step 2
Check the air filter:

A dirty or clogged air filter can restrict airflow and reduce the efficiency of your heat pump. Check and replace the air filter if necessary.

Step 3
Inspect the outdoor unit:
Inspect the outdoor unit: Make sure the outdoor unit is free of debris such as leaves, dirt, or snow. Check that the coils are clean and not blocked, as this can affect the heat pump's performance.
Step 4
Call or text for a service call:

If you have tried these troubleshooting steps and your heat pump is still not producing enough heat, it may be time to contact a professional HVAC technician for a more thorough inspection and diagnosis of the issue. They will be able to identify the root cause of the problem and recommend the necessary repairs or maintenance to get your heat pump running efficiently again. To book a service call you can call or text anytime 902-880-9223.