Heating Service in Des Moines

Whether you need heating system repair, installation or replacement, trust the experts at Aspen Aire Heating & Cooling. We’ve been serving Des Moines, Ankeny and central Iowa since 2006. Financing is available and we offer 24/7 emergency service. We install and service gas furnaces, geothermal systems and heat pumps. We also install in-floor radiant heat systems in new homes. Contact us online or by phone today for a free estimate!

Furnaces

We perform annual furnace tune-ups and safety checks, new furnace installations and furnace repairs. If your furnace needs to be replaced, we offer Amana, Carrier and Rheem brands. See the specs for different furnace models.

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Geothermal Systems

We repair, install and replace geothermal systems. Using the earth’s heat to keep homes warm during the winter is becoming increasingly popular in Iowa as homeowners look for ways to save energy and protect the environment. 

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Heat Pumps

Whether it uses geothermal energy or energy from the air, a heat pump is a popular choice for cost-efficient heating. Aspen Aire installs and repairs both geothermal and air source heat pumps. 

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In-Floor Heat

For new homes, we install in-floor radiant heating systems to provide comfortable footing all winter. They’re a great option if you love the look of tile or wood but don’t love the idea of cold floors on winter mornings. In-floor heat can be also be installed under carpet or vinyl. It’s commonly used in bathrooms and also works well for bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms, basements and more. 

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Zoned Heat

Zoning an HVAC system can help reduce energy use and save on heating costs while maintaining a more even temperature throughout the home. If your home has multiple stories or rooms that always seem too cold, contact us to see if zoned heating could be the answer to keeping everyone comfortable.

Larger homes with a second floor often use two or more HVAC systems to regulate the temperature of each story separately. However, smaller homes may get more benefit from a single HVAC system that’s divided into zones that each have their own thermostat and can be regulated individually.

A zoned HVAC system uses dampers to control the airflow into each zone, which could be an entire floor or just one room. Zones can be configured so everyone’s bedroom is at an ideal temperature for sleeping and there’s no energy wasted on unnecessary heat for rooms that rarely get used.

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Brian Installer is courteous, clean and an asset to your company. He responds quickly to questions, conducted himself in a very professional manner. Thank you!

Barry - SJC Builders

Clive, Iowa

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