Geothermal Repair & Maintenance

Synergy Home should be your first choice for geothermal repair and maintenance in Lexington.  You may not instantly notice that your geothermal heat pump needs repairs.  Unless your system has broken down completely, the signs can be subtle.  The most common causes for repairs include:

  • Increased energy bills – If you notice a sharp increase in your energy bill, the unit may have a defect causing it to lose efficiency.
  • You notice areas of wet grass – This may indicate there is a leak in the underground water-filled loop system.
  • You have an older unit – Although geothermal heat pumps have long lifespans, if yours is nearing the end, it will need more frequent repairs.
  • You notice strange odors or sounds – Call immediately for service if you notice these issues to have it repaired before it becomes a major, costly problem.
  • Uneven heating or cooling – There are many reasons your system could cause this problem. Call for service immediately to find the root cause.

Our technicians at Synergy Home have the right tools and know-how to get your geothermal system running properly.

Don’t let small problems escalate into major repairs.  If you notice any of these problems with your geothermal heat pump, give Synergy Home a call. Our trained technicians have the right tools and know-how to get your system running properly.

Locally owned and operated, Synergy Home is dedicated to providing superior customer service.

If you have a geothermal heat pump, you know that you have one of the best comfort systems available to work for you.  Geothermal heat pumps are energy-efficient, dependable, beneficial for the environment and have lifespans that leave standard heat pumps, air conditioners and furnaces far behind.

All geothermal heat pumps require regular maintenance to keep everything operating smoothly.  Just as with a standard heat pump or other comfort system, your geothermal heat pump must receive a maintenance inspection from trained professionals twice a pear, once in the spring and then again in the fall.  During a maintenance visit, our Synergy Home technician checks over the components of the indoor unit of the system to see that coils and motors are clean, all mechanical parts are lubricated, the air filter unclogged, the condensate drain clear and the electrical connections are tightened.

There are several special checks our technician must do for a geothermal system, such as looking over the manifold and heat exchanger where the antifreeze in the loops transfers heat to or from the indoor refrigerant.  If you have an open loop configuration, our technician may give the loops an acid flush to remove deposits that can build up in them.

Routine maintenance from Synergy Home serves the same purpose for a geothermal heat pump as it does for any comfort system.  It prolongs its service life, protects it efficiency, catches malfunctions and prevents future repair issues.

With your geothermal system being a major investment, we know you want it to run as long as possible, so that you can reap the benefits from its energy-efficient performance.  Synergy Home is here to help you with the regular repairs and maintenance that will assure you that your geothermal heat pump lasts for decades.

When it comes to geothermal in Lexington and surrounding counties, your total comfort is our number one priority at Synergy Home.