Well, it looks as if we can expect a little more winter weather before spring! F.H. Furr wants to take the opportunity to talk to you about your exterior heat pump. While you’re preoccupied with business indoors, don’t let your outdoor heat pump be “out of sight, out of mind”. Heat pumps are prone to freeze up during the winter. Now, we know that you are itching for spring. March is just around the corner, turning our thoughts towards pleasant things like the Easter holiday, cherry blossoms, and those delicious seasonal marshmallow peeps! However, before you get ahead of yourself and burst out in a jovial song of “new beginnings”, remember that the weather has been bipolar and that there is a chance of snow in the coming weeks! Anticipate what you can do to prevent your heat pump from freezing when the temperature drops!