Ductless Mini-Split Repair in greater Everett, WA Area
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Ductless mini-split heat pumps are becoming one of the most popular options for heating and cooling in modern homes. Rather than operate through ductwork connected to an indoor air handler or furnace, ductless mini-splits have smaller indoor units distributed around the house and mounted on the wall, in soffits, or recessed in the ceiling.
CM Heating proudly sells Mitsubishi mini-split systems and service all brands of ductless systems. Our EPA certified HVAC technicians are factory training to effectively troubleshoot and correct any issues you might have with your mini-split heat pump system.
We will schedule your repair and take care of your mini-split issue professionally & promptly. Get in touch with the team at CM Heating to get your home comfortable again.
Check These Things Before Calling for Mini-Split Repair
Practically every week, on of our heat pump specialists arrives on a repair call only to find out that the problem was simple and might have been easily corrected by the owner. Before you call us, check these items to ensure you really need our professional services:
|Remote Control Batteries: If your mini split heat pump uses a hand-held remote, check, and perhaps change the batteries.|
|Check Operating Mode: Check to make sure your system control is see to the correct mode: generally “Cooling” in summer and “Heating” in winter.|
|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 to ensure that you have not had a nuisance trip and your heat pump system does have power.|
|Is the Outdoor Unit in Defrost Mode?: If you are operating in the heat mode, make sure that your system is not in “Defrost” mode. If it is, “defrost” should complete within a few minutes and heating operations should then resume.|
|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.|
|Air Filters: Check your indoor unit filters. If your filters have not been cleaned lately, clean them now.|
|If your system is still not running correctly, give us a call for prompt mini-split repair services!|