Denver trusts the Cooper Green Team because we keep our promises and have the highest first-time fix rates of any heat pump repair contractor in the area. Make us your first call and save time and money today.
Sure, you might be able to find a lower price with a less qualified company—but you get what you pay for. And what you get with Cooper is the assurance that this current repair call won’t lead to more repair calls later on down the road. We do the job right the first time. That way, you save time and money in the long run.
The contractor you hire is just one factor that determines heat pump repair costs. Other factors include:
The need for replacement parts. Heat pumps break down for all sorts of reasons. But the more expensive repairs stem from the need to replace one or more parts. If the part(s) are particularly expensive to replace, it can lead to higher than average repair costs.
Accessibility of the system. Where the heat pump is located can affect the cost of your repair. A system that’s easily accessible from the backyard takes much less time to repair than, say, a system that’s located in a cluttered basement or crawlspace.
Whether your warranty is valid. Manufacturer warranties cover the cost of replacement parts for as long as they’re valid. That can be anywhere from 1 to 10 years from the install date on average. If your warranty is still valid, it can save you a lot of money on your next repair.
Our heat pump repair process
Your repair technician will arrive right on schedule with all of the tools required to repair any brand or model of heat pump. Before we start the repair, we will share our findings with you and give you an upfront price for the work. Service call fees are always waived if you choose to repair with Cooper!
We employ the most meticulous repair techs in the Denver metro area. Not only are they careful to protect your home with drop cloths and shoe covers, they also take their time on the repair, ensuring the job gets done right the first time.
When our techs are done repairing your heat pump, they’ll explain what was done and let you test the system before they leave. We also back our work with a solid 1-year labor warranty on repairs so that you know you’re in good hands, no matter what.
Should I repair or replace my heat pump?
Heat pumps last about 10-12 years on average. After that, the cost of repairs and decrease in efficiency makes it more expensive to keep the existing system than it does to replace it with a new one.
Consider replacing your heat pump if:
I am very pleased with the service quality I recently received from Cooper Heating & Cooling. The technicians that came to my home were very knowledgable, friendly and took time to explain everything. They immediately put my mind at ease and went above and beyond the simple call that I was concerned about. I know for me, it will always be Cooper Heating & Cooling.
- Saleana L. | Denver homeowner