Geothermal Heat Pump Repair
Geothermal System Repair Service
Geothermal heating uses heat stored below ground to power your heating and cooling systems. The system includes a heat pump connected to an energy source under the ground (usually about four to six feet deep) connected to an indoor air handling unit. The indoor unit then moves the heated or cooled air throughout your home. Like traditional HVAC systems, geothermal heat systems may encounter occasional problems that require troubleshooting. For most repairs, a trained professional should be consulted. Contact Hurlburt Heating, AC & Plumbing at (715) 283-4422 today to get your geothermal heat pump repaired!
Learn basic geothermal heating repair from Hurlburt Heating, AC & Plumbing. We’ll walk you through geothermal repair, and provide guidance on when to call the professionals.
Geothermal Heat Pump Maintenance
To extend the life of your geothermal heat pump system, regular checkups are advised. This will include cleaning filters, coils and condensate traps. For the advised maintenance timeline, consult your owner’s manual and schedule appointments with your local Hurlburt Comfort Specialist as needed. Having your heat pump regularly inspected and serviced is the best way to get the longest and most efficient service life out of your system.
DIY Geothermal Repair
Before calling a professional, you can perform these basic checks on your geothermal heating system:
Check to make sure the unit is plugged in and receiving power. Look for a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker. Make sure the thermostat is set to the correct temperature and turned to the correct mode (either heating or cooling). Check the air filter and coils. Change the filter and clean the coils if needed, which could be preventing air flow.
If you check these things and your heat pump is still not working properly, you should call a professional HVAC technician to assess and repair the problem.
Professional Geothermal Heating Repair
If the issue with your geothermal heat pump is more complex than a clogged air filter or a blown fuse, it’s best to call your local geothermal heat pump repair specialist to perform a technical diagnosis of your system and perform any needed repairs. Potential problems could include leaks, broken wiring, loop system issues, low refrigerant, defective reversing valve and more. A certified and licensed HVAC technician will have the best knowledge and tools to determine the exact problem. To get geothermal heat pump repair, contact us today!