At Grove Heating and Cooling, we repair and install all types of HVAC equipment including air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, boilers, ductless mini-split units, geothermal heat pumps, and more.
If you have an emergency, we’re here to help. Just call our emergency service line 410-881-2451 if your need is outside of normal business hours.
Ever needed a routine air conditioning maintenance visit or an emergency heating repair on a Sunday night? Our highly-trained, NATE-certified team pulls up to your home or business in fully-stocked trucks, on time, to do your job quickly and correctly. And don’t worry, we service and repair any brand of HVAC equipment.
For your peace of mind we offer benefits including a Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee* on all services. We also have all the necessary licenses and certifications, as well as few awards.
Our professionals are familiar with Pasadena, including the extra care necessary to manage heating and cooling systems in complex and historic buildings. Our team knows the unique building codes in this area, so we’re careful of the steps necessary to install, repair, or service HVAC equipment and stay in compliance.
Does your HVAC system frequently stop and start? Are there rooms or levels of your home with drastically different temperatures? Your system is likely short cycling. There are a few causes for this and our team of technicians eliminate each of them to resolve your issue.
For many people, an unusually high electric or gas bill is the first sign there’s something wrong with the heating and air system. If there’s no correlating condition, like severe weather, your HVAC equipment is trying to tell you it needs help.
It’s common, during extremely hot or cold weather, for HVAC equipment to need time to catch up or stay consistently warm or cool. If you use a heat pump, for example, it might struggle during long periods of cold weather and need to switch to heat strip mode for additional heat. If your heat pump’s heat strips aren’t working, our team handles it quickly.
If your HVAC equipment produces odd sounds or odors, it may be a cry for help. While every system makes some noise, if you hear: clanks, buzzes, bangs, hisses or other sounds, call for HVAC repair.
When you turn on the furnace for the first time in the fall, it is common to smell a musty odor, that should dissipate fairly quickly. However, if you experience a mildew-type odor or a burning smell after your system has been up and running for a while, call Grove Heating and Cooling to inspect your HVAC unit.
Pasadena is a beautiful place to live, but geographically it means we live with a lot of humidity. As part of the air conditioning process, your AC removes moisture from the air to help your home feel cooler.
If it feels too humid indoors, your air conditioner or heat pump might be stopping before completing its full cycle. If it’s performing but the humidity levels are still too high for your comfort, try a whole-house dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers control the moisture content in the air and help prevent allergy and asthma triggers like mold and mildew.
All heating and cooling equipment needs routine service, even if it’s fairly new. Why? Because preventive maintenance:
Anytime you improve the efficiency of a machine, it costs less to operate. Therefore, saving money on your utility bill.
At Grove, we offer a variety of service plans for your heating and air equipment. Choose from three levels or customize a plan to fit your specific household. It’s important to find the best option for your lifestyle and your home’s system.
On top of that, memberships include longer warranties, major discounts on repairs, and priority scheduling. In fact, several Pasadena residents have shared with us that the savings from these plan benefits paid for the membership itself! Make HVAC routine maintenance simple with a plan from Grove.
If you’re through spending money on multiple HVAC repairs, ask Grove for a free estimate. We are happy to provide second opinions. After all, many problems begin with picking or being upsold on a HVAC unit that is too big or too small for your space.
Don’t let an HVAC contractor promise that a “bigger AC compressor is better.” It’s critical an HVAC contractor performs the right calculations to determine the size unit you need. You could be in for more of the same HVAC problems, like frozen coils or short cycling, except you’ve a bill to pay for a new AC compressor.. Check with us before you make your final decision.
Finally, we offer finance options so you can enjoy a new warranty, lower operating costs, greater comfort, and better air quality while you spread out payments.
Learn about our financing options available!