IMPORTANT MESSAGE: COVID-19 ALERT

At W&G Service, we've been taking COVID-19 very seriously. We always have given our employees paid sick time so they don't come to work spreading an illness. Many of our office personal are presently working remotely from home. Our Service Technicians are starting at different times, and their parts are being staged in a separate building, distancing themselves from the parts department. Our customers are being asked if anyone in the home is sick. It's not that we won't serve them if they are. It's that our Service Technicians are proactive, wearing gloves and masks. Finally, at the moment, no more friendly handshakes.

Together, as a community, we can get through this crisis by being proactive.

Geothermal in Hamptons, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton, and Surrounding Areas

If you have a geothermal heat pump in your home, then you are one of those people with the best comfort systems in place at your home. Not only are they energy-efficient and beneficial for the environment but they also have longer life spans than standard heaters, air conditioners and other types of equipment. However, even though they have a long lifespan, this doesn’t mean that they are subject to wear and tear. It is important that you get your geothermal pump to receive maintenance at least once or twice a year by trained professionals.

Geothermal in Hamptons, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton

At Weber & Grahn, we deliver highly trained technicians to get your pump up and running well in no time to enjoy peak efficiency. Even if you need to replace your geothermal pumps, you can rely on us to provide you with the highest quality geothermal pumps from trusted manufacturers. We hold both Suffolk County Master Electrician and Plumbing licenses so you can rest assured that we are the best in what we do. We provide our services to Hamptons, Islip, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton, and neighboring areas. If you are from any of these areas, contact us today.

Here are some warning signs that your geothermal device needs repair:

  • Leakage

It is rare for a geothermal system to get a leak. But if the loops in your system are nearing the 50-year milestone, it may cause occasional leakage. If you see wet spots on your lawn, then this is a sign that it may be coming for your geothermal system. It is a good idea to call a technician immediately to inspect the system.

  • Loss of power

If there is a loss of cooling or heating power in your home, then it could be a sign that you need to repair your geothermal pump. You can notice signs such as a drop in the airflow, loud noises, ice developing along with the coils, etc.

So, if you are interested in our services, contact us today.