Grove Heating and Cooling, we repair and install all types of HVAC equipment, including air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, boilers, ductless minisplit units, geothermal heat pumps, and more.
If you have an emergency in Davidsonville, we’re here to help. Just call our emergency service line 410-881-2451 if your need is outside of regular business hours.
Need a routine AC tune up in preparation for summer, or an emergency repair on a broken boiler at your mother’s home in January? Emergency or no, our NATE-certified, highly-trained technician team arrives punctually at your Davidsonville home or business in fully-stocked trucks.
We aim to resolve your issue quickly and correctly. And don’t worry, we repair and service all brands of HVAC equipment.
We’re familiar with the Davidsonville community, including the extra steps required to care for historic or complex buildings. Our team is mindful of the area’s unique building codes and requirements necessary to repair, install, or service HVAC equipment within compliance.
An unusually high electric or gas bill is often the first sign there’s an issue with the heating and cooling system. If there’s no obvious cause, like severe weather, your HVAC equipment is trying to tell you it needs help.
Davidsonville is beautiful, but its geography means a lot of humidity. As part of the air conditioning function, your heat pump or air conditioner removes moisture to help your home feel cooler.
If it still feels too humid indoors, the air conditioner or heat pump might be stopping before it completes its full cycle. If it performs but the humidity is still too high for your comfort, consider a whole-house dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers control the moisture in the air and prevent the growth of asthma and allergy triggers like mold and mildew.
If your HVAC equipment produces strange sounds or funky odors, it’s crying for attention. While every system makes some noise, if you hear: bangs, hisses, buzzes, clanks, or other sounds, call for heating and cooling repair.
Please note, when you turn on the furnace for the first time each fall, it’s common to detect a slightly musty smell. It should go away in a few hours as dust in the system blows out or burns off.
If, however, your system has been up and running and you begin to smell a mildew-type odor or a burning smell, call Grove Heating and Cooling to inspect your HVAC unit. If you use a gas furnace and your carbon monoxide detector goes off, call Grove after you’ve left the premises.
Does your HVAC system frequently start and stop? Are there rooms or levels of your home with significantly different temperatures? Your system is probably short cycling. There are a few causes for this and our team of technicians can eliminate each of them to resolve your issue.
It’s common, especially during extremely hot or cold weather, for HVAC equipment to need some time to catch up or stay consistently cool or warm. If you use a heat pump, for example, it might struggle during long periods of cold weather and need to switch to generating warmth from the heat strips. If your heat pump’s heat strips aren’t working, our team handles it quickly.
If you can improve the efficiency of a machine, it costs less to operate. Energy efficiency improvements, thus, save you money on your utility bill.
We know you’re busy. It’s easy to forget about furnace tune-ups and other maintenance. To make this household responsibility easier, Grove offers a variety of service memberships for your heating and air equipment. Choose from the three most popular options or customize a mem to your specific equipment. It’s important to find the best combination for your home’s system.
In addition, membership includes priority scheduling, extended warranties, and significant discounts on necessary repairs. In fact, Davidsonville residents often tell us the savings from these plan benefits pay for the membership itself! Keep HVAC routine maintenance simple with a plan from Grove.
If you’re tired of repeated heat pump repairs or other HVAC repairs, request a free quote from Grove. We love to help counsel Davidsonville homeowners with second opinions. After all, many problems begin with a wrong-sized HVAC unit.
Don’t let an HVAC contractor upsell with the promise of a “bigger air conditioner is better.” A qualified HVAC contractor must perform the correct calculations. Installing the wrong size HVAC unit creates the same problems as before, like frozen coils or short cycling. Before you make your final decision, we encourage you to check with us.
At Grove, we offer finance options for new air conditioners, ductless mini-split units, furnaces, heat pumps, and other equipment. Spread out payments plus enjoy a new warranty, lower operating costs, greater comfort, as well as improved air quality.
Learn about our financing options available!