It’s almost fall in Mountain Home, time for maintenance on your geothermal equipment.

You did the research, you may have even reached out to us here at Custom Heating & Cooling Inc., found the best geothermal system for your Mountain Home house, had the trusty staff at Custom Heating & Cooling Inc. set up your state of the art [[heating and cooling|geothermal107] system, and now that you have been enjoying your system for a while, it’s about time for autumn maintenance. (We all know [[targetlocation winters can be tough.)

Regular maintenance before considerable use, such as winter in Mountain Home, is key to getting the best performance out of your geothermal system. The easiest place to start are air filters. Like the majority of air filters, your geothermal air filters can take a hit from the debris in your air. Proper cleaning or replacement of old filters will keep your compressor operating great and minimize the buildup of udesirable particulates. While we think, D-I-Y is a awesome way to save [[time and money|time|money]4 maintenance on your WaterFurnace system is best left to the professionals. What can you expect when you schedule your fall tune up with Custom Heating & Cooling Inc.? We...

  • Change or replenish the coolant in your system. (If your system requires coolant.)
  • Check the pipes outside if a issue is suspected.
  • Lubricate the moving parts, such as the fans and pump.
  • examine, and if necessary, tighten electrical connections.
  • If you have an open loop geothermal system, an acid flush may be needed to remove mineral and debris deposits.
  • And other small items that may be specific to your WaterFurnace system

Maintenance on your Mountain Home system is important not only for your investment, but for your contentment. As always, your geothermal unit isn’t just what you see in your home, it is the plumbing and pipes underground. Routine checkups help your WaterFurnace system stay efficient and last longer. Annual maintenance can also find parts that have to be replaced before they fail, such as the fans and pumps.

Regardless the geothermal system that you chose, maintenance in the fall in Mountain Home is the perfect time to get your system checked for the fridged months of winter. Keeping your WaterFurnace unit working efficiently will help minimize energy costs and prevent major breaks later. Get in touch with us soon to get your geothermal system prepared for fall.