If you live in Colorado or Wyoming, you know from experience how important it is to have a great heating system when winter comes. Having an expert on your side for heating and furnace services is just as important. That’s where Rheem Pro Partners comes in. Whether you are looking for a heat pump, a new furnace, or a tune-up on existing HVAC equipment, Rheem Pro Partners is your trusted expert in the industry.

Reliable Heating System Maintenance

The most common reasons homeowners call us are broken furnaces. These systems require regular maintenance to keep them running smoothly.

Our team at Rheem Pro Partners will ensure your heating system is working properly and efficiently by performing regular maintenance checks throughout the year. Our technicians will check your thermostat settings, replace worn parts, clean filters, and test all components to ensure your heating system is performing at peak performance.

During our visits, we’ll quickly diagnose and fix issues before they become major problems.

Heater Repair & Installation 

Our trained technicians will come to your home ready to diagnose and repair any problems quickly. They’ll give you an accurate price estimate and recommend solutions based on what they see during their inspection.

Depending on the size of the project, we may recommend replacing your entire heating and cooling system or installing a new one altogether.

Why Choose Rheem Pro Partners for Heating Services?

There are many reasons to choose Rheem Pro Partners for heating and furnace services in Colorado and Wyoming. In addition to free on-site evaluations and bids, which makes it easy to make an informed decision.

Our priority is to provide 100% satisfaction upon completing every job. Every one of our contractors is certified by NATE and the EPA. And finally, our expert contractors have been repairing and installing furnaces and heat pumps since 1992, so we have decades of experience in the industry.

Rheem Pro Partners: Colorado and Wyoming’s Top Choice for Heating Services

Whether you need a furnace tune-up, a complete HVAC system replacement, or you need a change of filters, Rheem Pro Partners is the first place you should go for heating services in Colorado and Wyoming.

Give any of our Rheem Pro Partner contractors a call at 303-377-1930 or fill out our online contact form for a free estimate and evaluation.





Frequently Asked Questions About Rheem Furnace Services

Should I choose a heat pump or a furnace?

Heat pumps and furnaces are very similar in function, and the heating system that’s right for you will vary based on various factors. Suppose you live in an area that remains above freezing most of the time. In that case, a heat pump can save you a lot of money on operating costs. Furnaces are more effective at lower temperatures, so if your local climate ends up bitingly cold a lot of the year, that may be your best bet. You can always call our experts if you are still unsure which heater to choose. We’re glad to provide guidance and advice!

What makes Rheem furnaces special?

Rheem furnaces offer one of the highest levels of efficiency in the entire industry. Rheem also offers single-stage and double-stage furnaces to suit even the highest-volume use cases. As a bonus, the efficiency of Rheem furnaces makes them smaller than most other brands, allowing you to save space for what’s most important in your home or business.

When should I replace my furnace or heat pump?

There are a few cases where our experts may recommend replacing your heat pump or furnace instead of repairing it.

Give us a call if:

  • Your heater is making unusual sounds
  • You can see cracks or rust in your furnace or heat pump
  • Your energy bills are going up, even in the summer
  • Rooms in your home are heating unevenly
  • Your furnace or heat pump is more than about 15 years old
  • You’re considering selling your home in the next several years

We will always be honest and up-front with you whether it’s time to repair or replace your heater.


How often should I change my furnace filters?

You should generally change your furnace’s filters every three months (or four times a year). Thicker filters may last longer, so check your specific furnace or heat pump’s manual and specifications for further guidance.