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Denver’s Top Heat Pump Installation & Repair Experts

If you currently use a heat pump to heat and cool your home, then you know how efficient these systems are. Some units can cut your energy use by half in the wintertime; they also provide better moisture control and dehumidification during the summer. Some households enjoy year-round comfort for a fourth of the cost of forced-air systems by using a heat pump.

Denver Heat Pump Installation & Repair

Thinking of replacing your standard heating and cooling units with a heat pump? The team at Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical can help. Our licensed HVAC contractors will guide you every step of the way, from selecting the right unit to ensuring a safe installation.

Already use heat pump technology? We can help you troubleshoot problems and carry out the most cost-effective solutions.

No matter your heating or cooling needs, Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical is here to help you regain total indoor comfort as quickly as possible. We are your local Denver heat pump installation and repair experts committed to helping you achieve long-term peace of mind.

Common Heat Pump Problems

Is your heat pump frozen? Just like a standard AC, heat pumps have indoor and outdoor units. The outdoor unit will automatically defrost in colder temperatures to prevent ice from building up. But if the unit has existing problems (such as damaged components, broken fan motors, or low refrigerant levels), it won’t be able to defrost properly and will eventually freeze.

Is your heat pump short cycling? Your unit may have a damaged blower motor or clogged filters. Filters should be replaced every 1–3 months (more frequently if you have pets or smokers).

Not getting any cool/warm air at all? This can stem from various problems, including blocked filters or coils, a malfunctioning blower, or system imbalances.

Do you hear strange sounds coming from your heat pump? Components may have gotten loose, or the fan motor may be damaged.

If you are experiencing problems with your heat pump, contact the experts at Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical to discuss your needs and schedule immediate repair or replacement.

Heat Pumps vs. Forced-Air Systems

Wondering if heat pumps are worth the switch from standard air conditioners? The energy savings heat pumps offer are tempting. But whether or not you make the switch will depend on your particular needs and preferences, as well as your budget.

Factors to consider:

  • Are you looking for an effective way to cut down on your high heating costs during the winter?
  • If you currently use natural gas or propane heating, would it be more cost-effective if you switched to electric heat pump technology?
  • Does an all-in-one heating and cooling unit make more sense for your home?

These are just a few of the questions to consider if you are planning to add a heat pump to your property.

Trust the Experts at Bell Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling

Our experts at Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical understand the Denver climate and how heat pumps can affect your indoor comfort and energy savings throughout the year. We can assess your needs and help you determine if switching to heat pump technology is right for your household.

If you are ready to move forward with the installation, our experts will help you navigate your options and recommend the best type of heat pump for your home—whether it’s geothermal, air source, or water source.

Call Us Today!

Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical is committed to providing the best heat pump services in Denver. Our experts will make sure your problem is resolved quickly and efficiently. Contact us today to schedule heat pump installation or repair in Metro Denver.

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