Stay Comfortable All Year Round
A heat pump is a great piece of equipment to have because it acts as both a heater and an air conditioner. This means you don’t have to invest in two separate units (one for air conditioning and one for heating). It also means that you should tend to your HVAC system a little more frequently. Since heat pumps run year-round, there’s always a chance that they may need a repair. That’s where our residential and commercial heat pump repair experts come in.
Emergency HVAC Repairs Available
Nothing can be more frustrating than having your heat pump system go down in the middle of the night, on the weekend, or during a holiday. We understand that breakdowns do not occur on a schedule, which is why we are always here to help. The trusted crew at Oliver is available at all times for your emergency heat pump repair needs. We know that it is important to keep your family comfortable and protect them from extremely hot or cold weather conditions. When an emergency happens, just call Oliver.
Trusted HVAC Technicians
The technicians at Oliver are fully trained, friendly, and always ready to help. We can address heat pumps that freeze up, make strange noises, have blowers that won’t stop, or simply won’t heat or cool. We service homes and businesses of all kinds throughout the area and are always ready for a challenge. A heat pump has two units: one indoor unit and one outdoor unit. We’ll assess both units. If we find something that needs fixing, we’ll use our state-of-the-art tools to do it quickly and professionally.
Types of Heat Pumps We Repair
Oliver employs NATE-certified heating specialists who can service all makes and models of heat pumps. There are ducted and ductless units available, as well as air-source and ground-source systems. While we install all makes and models, we prefer Mitsubishi mini-splits and Trane and Lennox ducted heat pumps, which come with a 12-year parts and labor warranty and maintenance. We are a Trane Comfort Specialist, a Lennox Circle of Excellence contractor, and a Mitsubishi Elite Diamond Contractor. Our company can also convert your current system whether it runs on gas, propane, or oil.
If your heat pump is more than 10 years old, it may not run as efficiently as it should and be at a greater risk for damage. When you sign up for our HVAC maintenance program, you will get regular appointments with our experts to perform necessary maintenance, which will prolong your system’s lifespan. This will help prevent the need for a heat pump repair and could save you money from the discomfort of a failing heat pump.
Other Types of Heaters We Repair
Oliver has over 50 years of experience repairing and replacing all brands and types of heat pump systems. Regardless how how your home is heated, our expert HVAC technicians are able to make sure your home stays warm this winter and beyond.
Furnaces are still the most popular type of home heating in the Delaware Valley. Natural gas is the preferred choice for homes with access to a line. We can also repair furnaces that use heating oil or propane, and electric units are fairly common.
Hydronic heating systems are some of the oldest around, and these systems traditionally use baseboard radiators to deliver heat. Modern steam and hot water boilers are highly efficient and can be powered by electricity, natural gas, propane, or oil. While baseboard radiators are still available, there are more advanced options around, such as radiant floor heating.
Stay Comfortable All Year Long with Oliver
If you have any questions about your heat pump or think you may be in need of a heat pump repair, don’t hesitate to call us. Our trucks are stocked with the most common parts so that we can get your system working properly again as fast as possible. Contact us today to schedule your heat pump repair.