Fewer moving parts and long guarantees make heat pumps more cost effective to service and maintain than traditional heating systems. Geo Green Power recommend an annual service for air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps to ensure that they run efficiently. Heat pumps rarely require maintenance outside of this annual health check and you can expect a well-maintained system to run effectively for at least 20 – 30 years.
Geo Green Heat Pump Servicing
We offer service and maintenance for all our heat pump installations and customers are automatically contacted 12 months after installation for their first annual check.
Our team is fully qualified to work on all renewable heating systems and we regularly undertake service and maintenance work on systems that we did not install.
Air source heat pump servicing
Ground source heat pump servicing
Maintenance call out
from £249 +VAT
What’s included in a service?
Electrical component, controls and switch check
Lubrication and condensate drain & pan check
Air filter, blower wheel and motor check
Panel and coil temperature check
Condenser fan and coil check and clean
Defrost assembly and refrigeration metering check
Not installed by us?
Even if we weren’t lucky enough to be your installers, we are still more than happy to help with any issues you may be having with your heat pump. Our friendly team of engineers are on hand to ensure your system is maintained and operating as it should be.
We service all air and ground source heat pumps including:
- Stiebel Eltron
- NIBE Daikin
- LG Electronics
Rohith’s Tips: Looking after your heat pump
- Check for any leakages: Although condensation is common, if you notice any considerable amounts of water or a clear leak then that indicates there is an issue somewhere with your pump.
- Ensure your heat pump is receiving adequate airflow: Heat pumps need their space! Ensure yours is in an area with plenty of breathing room and nothing covering it.
- Clean & change filters: The best way to ensure a long life for your heat pump is to keep it clean, as well as checking and changing the filters as needed.
- Check for snow or ice: During the winter, check your heat pump for any snow or ice build-up, as this can reduce the efficiency of your pump.
- Verify thermostat sensors are working properly: Keeping an eye on the temperature of your heat pump and ensuring the thermostat is accurate is a great way to look after your pump quickly and easily.
Air Source & Ground Source Heat Pump problems and what to do
If your heat pump is not working properly it will usually show a fault on your display. If this is a minor fault a reset should be able to fix the issue without any further action required. You should also check the heating pressure gauge, and if this is low use the filling loop to top the pressure up. Most systems require pressure to be set at 1.5 bar, but it is always best to check your Operations and Maintenance Manual.
If a fault appears regularly or you’re experiencing other issues with your heat pump, such as leaks, mechanical issues (such as a compressor or soft start failure), blocked filters, pressure alarm faults, or problems within the ground collector, such as air or lack of fluid, you will need an engineer to investigate and fix the problem. You should also contact an engineer if you are regularly being alerted to minor or recurring faults on the system display.
Can heat pumps be repaired?
Generally, repair and maintenance will be minimal for heat pumps as they have very little moving parts. Plus, Grade 1 manufacturers have a long-life span so it is unlikely you’ll ever need a replacement.
However, if you think there is an issue, all repair work will have to be surveyed to identify which unit has become faulty; a system inspection will identify which units need replacing. We will quickly be able to quote for the required works and carry out these upon your request.
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Our Nottinghamshire base means our teams are well placed to service and maintain systems throughout the UK. We regularly service systems in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, and Derbyshire. For further information and advice regarding our heat pump servicing and maintenance services, fill in our online enquiry form today.