As the snow melts and the sun begins to shine once more, we here at P&D Mechanical welcome spring. Minnesotan winters certainly can weigh heavy on the soul! We also welcome the opportunity to get back out into the community again and continue our plumbing and heating work, as well as toilet repair. Not that we weren’t doing this in the winter, but as the air warms, plumbing issues that were undetectable to the layperson in the winter, due to freezing temperatures, can suddenly become glaringly obvious—and huge hazards to both your pocketbook and your home. We’d be happy to assist you with any of your springtime mechanical needs.

 

Though, it’s not just plumbing that needs attention come spring. Your heating systems, which include your radiant floor heating, could benefit from a professional checkup as the warmer season rolls around. If you’ve been thinking about your heat pump in particular, and you’ve been playing around with the idea of replacement, spring is the perfect time to get that done too.

 

Why? Take it from P&D Mechanical: You want to be prepared. Below, we’ll discuss the specifics of why spring is the ideal time to get your heat pump replaced.

The Stars Align in the Spring for Heat Pump Replacement

There isn’t a single reason you have to get your heat pump replaced in the spring; the procedure can be accomplished in a number of seasons, and P&D Mechanical is ready to help you whenever you decide to opt for it. However, there are a few factors that, from a homeowner or business’s perspective, make right now a convenient time to get your heat pump replaced.

 

●        Be prepared for summer’s heat | Imagine how sweltering and suffocating it would be indoors if your heat pump cut out in midsummer! Despite their name, these devices actually regulate heating and cooling. Everyone deserves a place to get out of the heat, whether that be you, your family, or your customers. Getting your ailing heat pump replaced now ensures that it’s ready to work for you when it’s needed most.

●        Harness spring’s energetic potential | We’ve all been there: we keep putting an essential task off for reasons beyond our comprehension. If this describes you and your heat pump’s need for replacement, then spring, with its unmistakable air of new beginnings, is the perfect time to leap this hurdle.

●        Take advantage of the temperate weather | Heat pump installation can take anywhere from a few hours to days, depending on how complicated your system is. If your heat pump needs to be offline for any length of time, it’s best to have that time be while temperatures are moderate, so your family or business can weather the time in relative comfort.

Heat Pump Questions? P&D Mechanical is Here to Help

No matter what you’re wondering, we’ve got answers. Give our Robbinsdale location a call at 763-533-2218. 

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