UniColorado has been pioneering Heat Pump Technology in Colorado since 2015.
Whether you’re looking to elecrify your HVAC system, get a fully new electric heat pump system or reduce your fossil fuel foot print, we’re the most experienced HVAC company in the greater Denver Metro area for Heat Pump Installation & Retrofitting.
We provide Air Source Heatpump Installation services to all homeowners in the greater Denver Metro Area
MiniSplits are typically ductless systems designed to electrify homes with no ductwork.
We were on-time 97% of the time in 2022. We show our dedication to our customers by being on time and keeping you updated. You’re in good hands.
We understand the heat pumps are all the buzz now; we’ve been providing heat pump installation services for almost a decade as we were way ahead of the curve of the competition. Expect honest answers and competitive prices with durable equipment.
In short, an air conditioning unit that can also produce heat. A more technical explanation of a heat pump would define it as a type of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system thatworks by transferring heat from one place to another, rather than generating heat like a traditional furnace.
During the cooling mode, a heat pump absorbs heat from the inside of the building and transfers it outside. This process cools the air inside the building.
During the heating mode, a heat pump absorbs heat from the outside air or ground and transfers it inside the building. This process warms the air inside the building.
Heat pumps are typically more energy-efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems, particularly in mild climates. They can also provide both heating and cooling with just one unit, eliminating the need for separate systems.
There are different types of heat pumps, such as air-source heat pump, minisplit heat pump and more, each being designed for different environments and situations.
To keep it short, if you have a solar array or plan on installing a solar array in your home, heat pumps will be a beneficial addition to your Colorado home. Since heat pumps can generate heat using electricity, the unused solar power generation will help heat the home.
In addition, rising gas prices are becoming a concern in 2023; Heat pumps can help electrify your heating costs and make you less worried about fluctuations in gas prices.
Traditional dual fuel Air source heat pumps typically electrify 40-60% of heating costs. Fully Electric Air source heat pumps and minisplit heat pumps will electrify your entire heating costs. Whether installing a heat pump is a good idea for your specific situation depends on your end goals.
UniColorado has been installing heat pump systems since 2015; back then, many in the HVAC industry thought of heat pumps as a luxury product that would be unlikely to become mainstream. The tides have now shifted and now heat pumps are all the buzz.
We’re thankful that we started early and now have a wealth of knowledge and practical experience in heat pump systems that our competitors will not have for many years to come.
We offer a variety of heat pump products and brands; if you have a residential property, it is very likely that we have a solution for your specific needs and project at a reasonable price. Don’t forget, because of our heat pump volume, our heat pump prices are typically one of the lowest in town with the most durable equipment.
As heat pumps seem to be the future of HVAC, there is an institutional push towards them. The Federal government, Local City & State governments and utility companies want to incentivize homeowners to install a heat pump system.
Currently, for any HVAC equipment out there, heat pumps have the highest third-party incentives by far. In Colorado, in 2023, the average heat pump rebate is $4,000 which is a historically high incentive.
Check out rebates page for more details.