Spring is a busy time as we spend more time outdoors. Taking care of a heat pump is not high on anyone’s “TO DO” list. But failing to maintain your system can endanger your household and cause expensive repairs. If you don’t have a service contract, schedule an annual spring checkup (that can cost as little as $75). To cover mechanical breakdowns, a home warranty can also be a real wallet-saver.

Here are eight warning signs that your heat pump may need repair:

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