geothermalA geothermal system is a central heating and cooling system that works by transferring heat to or from the ground. It makes use of the earth as a heat sink during the hot summer months, but it is also able to use the earth as a heat source during winter. If you have one of these systems installed and it is malfunctioning, we will be able to assist by performing the necessary repairs to it quickly, professionally and affordably.

24 Hour Service and Maintenance Available

Your geothermal system can malfunction or break down at any time of the day or night, which is why we offer our clients a 24 hour emergency maintenance service. All of our installation and repair technicians have extensive levels of experience when it comes to repairing geothermal units, and once repaired; they will also be willing to offer you advice regarding how to maintain it in future. We also provide property owners with the option of signing a regular maintenance contract for their geothermal units and other air conditioning, heating and cooling units.

Average Cost of Geothermal Service and Repair

The cost of repairing a geothermal heat pump will depend largely on what has gone wrong with it and how long it will take to repair, as labor will be billed for on a per-hour basis. However, repair costs will usually range between $300 and $1,800, as these units are specialized and therefore, should only be repaired by qualified persons. One of the most common forms of repair and maintenance that are performed on these systems is the cleaning out of the system’s pipes, as they can become clogged with debris over time. Another common problem on these systems in leaky loops or pipes; however this can usually be repaired at a relatively low cost of between $80 and $120.

Determining if a Geothermal System Requires Repairs

In most cases, geothermal systems will display either one or even all of the symptoms mentioned below before a major problem makes itself known:

  1. Various zones inside the property are being heated or cooled unevenly
  2. Unexplained grinding or banging noises
  3. Strange or unpleasant odors emanating from the heat pump or cooling system itself


If any of these symptoms present themselves at any time, it is recommended that you get in touch with us as soon as possible so that our technicians can diagnose the fault on your geothermal system. We will advise you with regards to what is causing the problem and we will be willing to provide you with an estimate for the cost of the repairs that are needed as well. Having repairs performed as soon as possible could make all the difference between receiving a small or large repair bill afterwards.

Property owners who need to have geothermal service and repairs carried out or should call us or email us to schedule an appointment. Our technicians have more than 40 years’ experience, which means that your geothermal system will be in good hands – regardless of the time of day or night that it decides to go faulty.