Even though heat pumps can be used to heat the water for your home, they still need refrigerant in order to work properly. That refrigerant should stay in a closed-loop system, where it will be subject to changes in pressure and temperature to warm or cool the system. However, it's not unknown for a heat pump to start leaking coolant. It's a problem that you'll want to address as soon as possible to avoid more expensive repairs, so here are four common signs to keep your eye out for.
15 September 2017