From geothermal and air sourced to ductless units, Grove continues to be a top competitor when it comes to repairing your heating pump. Our licensed and insured HVAC technicians receive ongoing, up to date training and are certified in the latest HVAC advancements to provide you with the best possible service. We even offer customers a one-year money-back guarantee on Trane equipment. If you aren’t 100 percent satisfied with your unit, Grove will remove the equipment and refund your money.
Home emergencies are stressful, and when you don’t know what to do, you may call a technician prematurely. However, if you experience either of the situations below, call the certified HVAC technicians at Grove immediately:
Coils need to be cleaned periodically for heat absorption to occur correctly. Without periodic cleaning, coils have the potential to freeze over constantly.
If air isn’t flowing through all vents or there is inconsistency with the heating and cooling from your heat pump, your ductwork could be damaged or undersized, or your blower motor may not be working correctly.
If your heat pump is tripping your circuit breaker and you’ve done all the troubleshooting, call in the pros.
Strange noises can be caused by your compressor, fan, motor, or fan belt. If your heat pump is making a clunking noise, it’s likely a broken fan belt and will require repair.
Your HVAC is producing warm air in summer, cool air in winter, or is suffering from weak airflow.
When temperatures dip below freezing, an electric component works in conjunction with your heat pump, which results in the use of more electricity than usual. If the weather does not warrant the use of the electrical component, there could be an obstruction within your unit or in the ducts preventing full efficiency.
The following are just a few issues that could require professional help.
If the heat pump fan blades break, it can cause rubbing against your house, causing unwanted noise.
Capacitor and Other Electrical Components
Tripping breakers, call for a technician.
Your TXV valve controls the amount of refrigerant released into the evaporator. When it malfunctions, not enough refrigerant passes through the system, and coils will freeze.
Holes and cracks in the coils cause these leaks. You may also hear a hissing noise.
Thin and corroded coils will cause refrigerant leaks, which should always be handled by a professional.
If there is thumping coming from your heat pump, your fan belt may be broken.
Your blower motor is used to circulate hot and cold air throughout the house. It is a critical component of your home’s HVAC system.
AC Compressor or Condenser Unit
Your compressor helps control the amount of pressure applied to the refrigerant. If it is faltering, your compressor won’t pull heat from the air to cool your home.
While home for Grove Heating and Cooling is in Crofton, MD, we also serve Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George’s, and Queen Anne’s counties. If it’s time to call for professional heat pump repair service in Maryland, give our NATE certified technicians a call.
Grove Heating and Cooling is a very responsive company. Their office staff and technicians are polite and respectful. The technicians are knowledgeable, professional, and honest when it comes to servicing your equipment.
We had Grove install a heat pump with oil back-up 2 years ago and were so pleased with the professionalism and support we received that when we needed a multi-zoned split unit for an addition Grove again was called. They completed the job with the same professionalism exhibited previously.
I was referred to Grove Heating and Cooling by a previous customer. From my first contact with their office, I found them to be professional and knowledgeable. I would give them SIX STARS for customer service if I could! Highly recommend!