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Indoor Air Quality in Colorado Springs

If you are like many Colorado residents, you will likely be surprised to hear that the quality of air in your home is significantly worse than the quality of the outdoor air you breathe. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more […]

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Honeywell Home T10 Thermostat

    One of the biggest complaints we hear from our customers is that the temperature in one or more rooms in their home will be too hot or too cold. Remember your Thermostat “calls for heat or cooling” based on the temperature it senses. But what if the thermostat in a home is located […]

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Do you have any rooms in your house that are always too hot or too cold?

Colorado is such a beautiful place to live, work, and play! It seems like the whole world is moving here, which adds to the cost of real estate along with the population. One of the many things we see are people really working to get the most out of their homes: finishing almost every square […]

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To replace or not to replace?

If you know Brown’s Heating & Cooling, you’ll know that we are always a careful watchdog when it comes to suspicious HVAC “contractors” who are looking to get a fast sale from customers by telling them they have to get a new HVAC system. We see it on both A/C’s and Furnaces. Honest and trained […]

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A few signs of a malfunctioning furnace

Here’s our list of things you should look out for if your furnace is acting up. Note that some of these issues are more serious than others, but it is possible to have one problem be a symptom of another, so we can’t recommend enough having a professional open your system up and really see […]

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Does your furnace smell bad? We nose what to do!

Ever notice that your furnace smells bad when you turn it on the first time? It can be an indication that your furnace requires maintenance — especially if it smells like burnt hair or dust. There are a few other odors that can indicate some further danger. Here are a few reasons why your furnace […]

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