Heat Pumps in Colorado & Wyoming
If you live in Colorado or Wyoming, it’s critical to have a good heating source in your home when winter comes. A Rheem heat pump is a great way to heat houses of any size: it’s efficient, quiet, and reliable. You can use a heat pump to heat and cool your home: simply reverse the reversing valve, and you have cool air flowing into your home instead of warm air! Heating pumps work like an air conditioner in reverse. They use refrigerants to absorb heat from the outside air and bring that heat indoors. Heat pumps are far more efficient than furnaces of the same size, often producing three or four times more thermal energy than they use and can easily be used to heat a whole home. If you think a heat pump is the right choice for you, call Rheem Pro Partners at 303-377-1930 for your free evaluation and quote.
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A Rheem heat pump can easily heat an entire home. If you’re not sure which heat pump is right for you, the experts at Rheem Pro Partners are glad to give advice!
Heat pumps work well at slightly warmer temperatures than furnaces. Generally, you get the most efficiency from a heat pump at temperatures above 40 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius). Many Rheem heat pumps can provide consistent, reliable heat at temperatures as low as 7 degrees Fahrenheit (-14 degrees Celsius).
While traditional furnaces create hot air for short periods, heat pumps create warm air over a much longer period. Therefore, a heat pump doesn’t need to get as hot as a furnace.
In many cases, getting a heat pump can reduce what you pay for heat! This depends on the exact model of heat pump you’re getting and the space you intend to heat with it. Since heat pumps can be used for cooling, you may also save money on air conditioning.
Rheem heat pumps can last up to 15 years, or even longer if they are maintained well. Getting service from professionals such as the ones at Rheem Pro Partners is the best way to extend the life of your heat pump.
The gurgling noise heat pumps make is caused when the refrigerant is moved between the indoor and outdoor units of the heat pump. This is a completely normal sound and nothing to worry about.
No, you can have both a heat pump and a furnace. If you use both, we recommend switching from the heat pump to the furnace when it gets below 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 degrees Celsius) outside.
Whether you’re installing a new heat pump or getting maintenance on an existing one, it’s essential to have an HVAC expert on your side. Call 303-377-1930 to schedule your free consultation and bid, or schedule your appointment online.
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