Denver Heat Pumps
With various types of heating systems available, you may be wondering which is the most efficient option. Your Denver home can greatly benefit from using heat pumps. This system provides a cheaper alternative to other solutions.
During the summer months, heat pumps work like an air conditioner to remove heat from the air and transfer it outside. In the winter, heat pumps extract heat from outdoor air and take it inside your house.
At JD’s Plumbing Service, we offer a wide range of services for your heating and cooling needs. These include heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance. Our experienced team can get the job done as efficiently and quickly as possible.
Get in touch with our team and let us know how we can help.
Heat Pump Installation
Our team at JD’s Plumbing Service can install a new heat pump in your home. We are knowledgeable in all the best brands, models, and makes of these heating systems. If you’re unsure of what to get, we can provide recommendations for you.
Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance
If your system is not working as it should, we offer reliable heat pump repair services to fix it. From replacement of components to duct patching, our specialists will quickly fix any issues to get it back in working order.
Maintenance is also a crucial aspect of heat pumps since they are used all year. We will perform rigorous routine checkups of your system, including all disposable and permanent filters. These routine checkups will prevent smaller issues from spiraling out of control, saving money long-term.
Having your heat pump regularly maintained also allows it to produce comfortable temperatures inside your home. Without regular maintenance, it may make your home too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer, defeating the purpose of a heat pump.
Geothermal Heat Pumps in Denver
At JD’s Plumbing Service, we have the skills and knowledge to service geothermal heat pumps. This system provides the same benefits as a traditional heat pump but uses a more reliable energy source.
Standard models work by using the heat in the air. Meanwhile, a geothermal heat pump takes advantage of the heat stored within the earth or in groundwater.
Geothermal heat pumps transfer heat back into the ground during hot summer days when the temperature below is colder than above. In cold winter months, the system passes on heat from the earth into your home.