Why won’t my heat pump heat my home?

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The heat pump pulls heat from the outside air into the system’s refrigerant, and the refrigerant carries that heat to the indoor coil, heating the air in your home. If the airflow to your unit is blocked by snow, ice, leaves or another type of debris, this can make it hard for the heat pump to do its job. Luckily, the solution is simple.

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