Heat Pump Repair in Colorado | Colorado Heat Pump Experts
Professional Heat Pump Repairs Done Right The First Time
Is your heat pump giving you trouble? Call the Cooper Green Team and we’ll send a highly-trained and licensed professional to resolve your issue as soon as today. We take your repair seriously, sending only licensed and experienced technicians to your home. They’ll arrive with the tools and parts to get most jobs done right there on the spot. And with 24/7 emergency service, you can count on us to be there when you need us most.
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How much does a heat pump repair cost in Colorado?
Our avg price:$889
Why are our prices slightly higher?
When you call the Cooper Green Team for repairs, you can trust you're getting the best service and replacement parts, installed by the state's highest-trained HVAC professionals. No other Colorado contractor offers the same comprehensive service, backed by proven 5-star customer satisfaction.
Heat pump repair cost factors:
Depending on the heat pump issue you're having, there's a chance you'll need a replacement part or two. If this is the case, the cost of the repair will go up based on the cost of the part itself. The good news? Cooper takes off the diagnostic cost when you repair with us. That'll save you some money and make your repair a bit more manageable costwise.
Warranties play a big role in the cost of your heat pump repair. For instance, if you have a labor warranty that's still active (usually for a year after installation, but sometimes longer, especially if you have our 1-year renewable warranty), the cost of labor is often free for the repair. Part warranties covering critical heat pump parts may also be active for as long as 10 years after installation. So if a part fails, you may pay nothing for a replacement.
Contractor experience is important to understand because it directly impacts the contractor's labor costs. If you're a contractor that's been around for as long as Cooper (45 years) and you've received accolades for having the highest first-time fix rates for repairs in the state (something we're very proud of, by the way!), then it makes sense your labor costs would be higher than, say, an unknown contractor with no reviews and no post-service customer support.
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Our heat pump repair process
Get fast same-day service & upfront pricing
Cooper's technicians repair all heat pump makes and models and arrive with parts on hand to complete the most common repairs. So you can anticipate a same-day repair and an upfront, detailed quote for the work, every time.
Get your heat pump repaired right the first time
Cooper's high first-time fix rate is just one of the reasons why Colorado homeowners like doing business with us. Other reasons include our commitment to keeping your home clean by wearing shoe covers and placing drop cloths, as well as making sure to test our work before we leave your home.
Enjoy peace of mind
Every heat pump repair comes with a 1-year labor warranty. That's one of the best warranties out there for repairs in Colorado! We also include a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. So if something doesn't quite meet your expectations, just give us a call and we'll make it right.
Should I repair or replace my heat pump?
Heat pumps keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. That year-round comfort makes heat pumps a popular option among Colorado homeowners. But it also means those internal parts work a lot harder throughout the year. Repairs can keep it running for a while longer. But depending on the situation, a new heat pump may be more cost-effective.
Consider replacing your heat pump if:
- Your furnace is 12+ years old
- The system needs frequent repairs
- Your home has hot/cold spots
- Energy bills are higher than they used to be
- Your manufacturer warranty has expired
"Able to get the problem fixed in a couple of hours…"
—Roger V. | Colorado Homeowner
Had a leak in my baseboard heating system and Cooper Heating was able to get in service rep out immediately. Their rep, Conner was on time, very professional, and obviously great at his job. He was able to get the problem fixed in a couple of hours and that included a trip to pick up the necessary part. I will definitely count on Cooper Heating & Cooling for future repairs!
Service Hours & Service Area
The Cooper Green Team is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.