Reliable HVAC Tune-Ups
For over 50 years, Oliver Heating & Cooling has provided heat pump maintenance services. That means we’ve been servicing heat pumps in the Delaware Valley for more than five decades. Our organization is fully licensed and insured. Our heat pump technicians are NATE certified and have extensive experience, and we are a well-known and trusted name in the area. You can rely on us to thoroughly inspect and clean your heat pump, repair any wear and tear, and calibrate your system.
Affordable Heat Pump Maintenance for Any Home
Oliver offers a full range of heat pump maintenance services, and all tune-ups are priced competitively and upfront. These services frequently pay for themselves because a well-maintained heat pump is more energy efficient and thus less expensive to operate. Our team also tailors all maintenance to each individual system. We work on all makes and models.
Why Choose Oliver?
We offer competitive rates and maintenance plans that can help you save even more money while keeping your heating system maintained on time. Our tune-ups are highly effective. We take pride in providing excellent customer service and care, and you can count on us to be here tomorrow to continue standing behind our work.
Why Is Heat Pump Maintenance Important?
Most heat pump warranties require seasonal heat pump maintenance, which we will provide you with every time we service your system. Even if you never need to file a warranty claim, routine maintenance is worthwhile because it saves you money on a monthly basis. Heat pumps that are serviced regularly also last longer, lowering your total cost of ownership. Your heat pump will run more efficiently, which means not only less money but also a smaller carbon footprint, and a serviced heat pump is less likely to break down unexpectedly in the middle of winter.
Signs You Need Heat Pump Maintenance
Oliver suggests having your heat pump serviced once a year, in the spring or fall, before the extreme temperatures arrive. If you can’t remember the last time you scheduled maintenance, you should do so as soon as possible, regardless of the season. You may also notice indications that your heat pump requires cleaning and tuning. Cold spots, the home not feeling as warm as the thermostat setting suggests, and short cycling are all common problems. You should also contact us if your pilot flame is not blue, you notice unusual odors or sounds, or there is a sudden increase in dust accumulation.
Heat Pump Tune-Ups and Maintenance Plans
You can schedule an appointment by phone or fill out our form if you are interested in our heat pump maintenance services. During your appointment, we will perform a multi-point inspection, thoroughly clean your system, repair any wear and tear, and calibrate and test the unit. Those services are included if you join our Oliver Comfort & Safety Club. As a club member, you’ll also get priority scheduling, all overtime fees waived, emergency services, and a 10% discount if your heat pump needs to be repaired.
Even with annual heat pump maintenance, no heat pump will last forever, and Oliver can assist you in replacing your system as well. If your current system is over 10 years old and frequently in need of repair, investing in a new system can usually save you money over the next 15 years or more. Our comfort specialists can assist you in exploring your options and making the best choice for your home, and then our expert installation team will precisely install your new heat pump.
Other Heating Systems We Service
Our maintenance services are not limited to heat pumps. We service all manner of home heating technologies used in this region, including furnaces and boilers.
When it comes to heating residential homes in the Delaware Valley, forced-air furnaces are by far the most popular. With regular heating service, these systems are a comprehensive and energy-efficient option. A heat exchanger is used to burn gas and generate warm air. A fan then blows this warm air through the exchanger, which sends it through your home’s ducts.
Steam boilers and hot water boilers are the two most common types of boilers used. Electric and gas units are available, and boilers have an advantage over heat pumps in that they do not blow air. Traditionally, boiler systems have used wall and baseboard radiators to emit heat, but radiant floor heating is becoming more popular.
Choose Oliver for Heat Pump Maintenance
Oliver is a name you can trust when it comes to your home’s heat pump, and we welcome the opportunity to make you our next loyal customer. If you’d like to schedule heat pump maintenance or have questions about the products and services we provide, please call or contact us online today.