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Saskatoon, SK Heat Pump & Mini Split Repair

Do you need emergency repair, scheduled repair, or a tune-up for your heat pump or mini split? Acme Mechanical can handle all of your heat pump and mini split repair, maintenance and new installation services for your home or business in the Saskatoon area.

Our factory trained technicians have the necessary experience to handle your repair and maintenance for all systems, makes and models. Having your heat pump or mini split system break down can be a huge headache, but we're just a call away for service. You can call Acme Mechanical day or night 365 days a year if you need emergency repair for your systems.

  • 24/7 Emergency Service Available
  • We provide repair and maintenance to all makes and models of heat pump and ductless heat pump systems
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  • Residential and Commercial Heat Pump Services
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Emergency Mini Split & Heat Pump Repair

Acme Mechanical technicians are more trained than your average HVAC tech, and can repair all heat pump and mini splits - regardless of make or model.

We put your comfort above all else, and if you need emergency service at your Saskatoon home or commercial space we offer 24 / 7 service.

You can call us day or night if your heat pump or mini split breaks down. If you don't need repair today for your system, it's a good idea to schedule your yearly tune-up for your mini split or conventional heat pump. Ready to schedule? Book your service with Acme Mechanical.

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Heat Pumps Tune-Ups & Maintenance

In order to assure the long-term reliability of your Saskatoon, SK area central heat pump system, it is important that you perform routine maintenance. Don’t wait until something is wrong! Rather depend on our company to schedule a system tune-up before the upcoming summer and winter seasons.

Regular maintenance reduces repair costs over time and helps extend equipment life. In addition, a proper cleaning and lubrication ensures that you are getting the highest possible efficiency from your system.

  • Inspect the entire system inside and out, and test heap pump operation prior to service and document any specific service issues.
  • Inspect the refrigerant lines and the insulation of the refrigerant lines.
  • Ensure the outdoor unit is level and draining properly
  • Inspect the outdoor unit coil for damage or anything that might obstruct airflow and clean as necessary.
  • Inspect the indoor coil for dirt or debris and clean as necessary.
  • Examine the indoor blower motor and blower wheel. Clean as necessary.
  • Examine the outdoor unit fan.
  • Lubricate all motors and bearings as necessary
  • Carefully check the reversing valve system in ensure proper operation in both heating and cooling.
  • Clean-up: We'll pick-up our tools, remove any old filters, and thoroughly clean our workspace.
  • Visit Report: We'll explain our work and document any potential problems or recommended repairs.

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Ductless Heat Pump Tune-up Checklist

Regular tune-ups help reduce repair costs over time and contribute to the long-term longevity of your equipment. Additionally, regularly cleaning and lubricating will result in maximizing efficiency as well as assist in attaining the greatest possible energy output from your unit.

System Inspection

  • Document the entire system and visually inspect all components and their refrigerant connections, and document any immediate areas of concern.
  • Ensure the outdoor unit(s) are level and draining properly.

System Preliminary Test:

  • Start up the heat pump and operate in each indoor zone in both heating and cooling modes. Identify and unusual operating conditions or noises.

Specific Component Tests: Outdoor unit(s):

  • Examine outdoor blower motor blower and fan and verify smooth operation.
  • Visually inspect capacitor
  • Inspect the contactor for burn marks or signs of ware
  • Check all entering high voltage, indoor unit power wiring, and and control wire connections
  • Inspect the outdoor unit coil for damage or anything that might obstruct airflow and clean as necessary
  • Check the refrigerant line connections and insulation, and ensure they are properly supported

Indoor equipment:

  • Inspect the indoor unit filters for dirt or debris and clean as necessary.
  • Inspect the indoor coil to ensure that it is clean, and clean if necessary
  • Check the condensate lines and any condensate pumps in the system
  • Check the condensate system to ensure that it is pitched properly and secure. Check and condensate pumps in the system.

Start-up System and Test:

  • Operate each indoor zone in the system in both heating and cooling modes
  • Test wired thermostats and hand-held remotes for operation and replace any control batteries as needed
  • Measure and document the outlet temperatures on each indoor unit
  • Measure and document the outdoor unit amp draw
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