Heat Pump Cleaning

Visual Inspection: Start by visually inspecting the heat pump unit for any signs of dirt, debris, or damage.
Power Off: Turn off the power supply to the heat pump to ensure safety during the cleaning process.
Filter Examination: Check and clean or replace the filters as necessary. Dirty filters can restrict airflow and reduce efficiency.
Outdoor Unit Cleaning: Clear away any leaves, dirt, or debris from the outdoor unit. Use a garden hose to gently rinse off dirt and grime from the exterior surfaces.
Coil Cleaning: Clean the coils (both indoor and outdoor) using a soft brush and mild detergent solution to remove accumulated dirt and dust.
Fan Cleaning: Clean the fan blades and motor housing to ensure smooth operation and optimal airflow.
Reassembly and Testing: Reassemble the unit and turn the power back on. Test the heat pump to ensure it is functioning properly after cleaning.
Safety Precautions: Always follow safety precautions and manufacturer guidelines when cleaning the heat pump to avoid injury or damage to the unit.

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