Brown's Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pump’

Why Heat Pumps Require Twice A Year Maintenance

Monday, March 27th, 2023

Spring is here and the promise of better weather and the change in season often motivates people to tackle spring cleaning chores around the house. Many homeowners also have spring maintenance checklists for their homes and on the top of that list should be getting your air conditioner or heat pump serviced.

If you own a heat pump in Colorado Springs you might be thinking you can skip this in the spring if you had it done in the fall. Unfortunately, that’s just not the case. Unlike central heating and air conditioning systems that need to be maintained once a year, heat pumps need maintenance twice a year. Read on to find out why it’s so important.

Continue Reading

Is A Heat Pump a Good Investment in Colorado Springs?

Monday, January 30th, 2023

If you’ve been wondering if a heat pump in Colorado Springs is a suitable HVAC system for our chilly winters, you’re not alone. Many of our customers who are interested in these unique 2-in-1 systems have asked us if heat pumps can handle our cold Colorado winters. They certainly can!

While we’ve been singing the praises of heat pumps, don’t just take our word for it. According to the Colorado Sun, “Heat pumps are having their Colorado moment, thanks to a combination of improved technology making the units more efficient in cold weather, and financial incentives from utilities and local, state and federal governments.”

The highly energy-efficient heat pump could be exactly what your home needs for year-round comfort. Read on to relieve any fears that heat pumps aren’t appropriate for homes in Colorado Springs and learn about their many benefits.

Continue Reading

Heed These Signs of Heat Pump Disrepair

Monday, February 14th, 2022

When you live somewhere like the Black Forest area, it’s nice to know that you can enjoy the heating comfort provided by a heat pump that will keep up with your needs. Whether it’s the coldest of days or the middle of a heat wave, you know your heat pump will work hard–until it stops doing so.

Nobody likely waking up to a chilly house in the middle of winter, only to discover that their heater is supposed to be operating and isn’t. Maybe it’s making noise and some air is coming through the vents, but it’s not actually warm. This is a clear sign that something is amiss with your heat pump.

There are other signs, too, that can indicate a problem with your heat pump system. Read on as we uncover what they are, and then if you discover any of these signs, give us a call!

Continue Reading