October 10th, 2022
By now, you’ve heard of the Inflation Reduction Act–a historic act implemented this year that aims to curb inflation by reducing the deficit, lowering prescription drug prices, and investing in domestic energy production while promoting clean energy.
The Inflation Reduction Act is anticipated to be the most aggressive action on tackling the climate crisis and is expected to create clean energy jobs, make the tax code fairer, re-energize American manufacturing, and lower healthcare costs overall too. Read on as we uncover how this impacts our HVAC customers!
December 5th, 2023
Your heat pump provides essential year-round heating and cooling to your home. But sometimes, it can seem like it’s not switching modes. In the cold of winter, there’s nothing worse than the feeling that your tried-and-true heat pump seems like the reversing valve is stuck in cooling mode. Let’s look at 4 possible causes of this problem.
November 20th, 2023
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and soon the holiday season will be in full swing. If there’s one thing that can really throw a wrench in your holiday plans, it’s a problem with your heating system.
Given how busy the holidays can be, you may be tempted to put off calling for heating repair, perhaps even relying on other methods of hearing your home like your fireplace. But some repair needs should be addressed ASAP. Let’s take a look at these so you’ll know to schedule a prompt repair and get back to your enjoyment of the holiday season.
November 6th, 2023
Many people who love Halloween are disappointed on November 1st. But those who believe that November and December mark the most wonderful time of the year are overjoyed when “spooky season” is over.
If you’re one of those people who put up their Christmas tree on 11/1, there are a lot of things to do to maximize your enjoyment of the holiday season. From scheduling furnace maintenance to changing the air filter, making sure your furnace is ready for the holidays is as easy as pumpkin pie. Let’s go over some tips to ensure your furnace is ready for the ho-ho-holidays.
October 23rd, 2023
When it’s time for heating installation in your home, you may be assuming that there are a limited number of options available. However, HVAC technology has advanced in the last decade, giving homeowners more options to choose from. Let’s go over how to choose the right heating system for your Colorado home. Whether you’ve made your decision or need more help choosing a system, contact us for heating services.
October 9th, 2023
Fall is officially here and that means you’ll be relying on your heating system to keep you warm through our long, cold winters. If you have a furnace, it’s essential to know what types of issues are common for homeowners to deal with.
From uneven heating to short cycling, let’s go over 5 of the most common furnace issues you’ll inevitably encounter as a homeowner. That way you’ll know if there’s something you can do to try and fix it or if it’s time to call us for furnace repair.
September 25th, 2023
If you know a little about air conditioners, then you know that the words “failing compressor” are two words no homeowner wants to ever hear. That’s because the compressor is not only the most important component of your AC system, it’s almost the most expensive. It’s so expensive that most of the time when the compressor fails, it’s recommended that the entire system be replaced.
The aptly named compressor is the part of your AC that compresses refrigerant. This process is what allows your AC to work at all. The older the AC, the more prone the compressor is to failing. That’s why it’s imperative to know these four signs that you need AC compressor repair.
September 11th, 2023
Many homeowners who have an air conditioner that’s short cycling want to know one thing: Is AC short cycling dangerous? We understand why this can be concerning. An AC that seems to be running all day and turns itself on and off repeatedly can definitely come across as having something major wrong with it!
Although AC short cycling isn’t inherently dangerous, it is incredibly hard on your system. Not only does short cycling result in your home never cooling down properly, but it also causes enormous wear and tear. Here’s what causes short cycling and why it’s so bad for air conditioners.
August 28th, 2023
We know that “summer furnace” might seem like two words that shouldn’t ever be side-by-side in a sentence together. However, furnace maintenance is actually a good thing to be thinking about during the summer–especially in Colorado when that first cool day can sneak up on you!
It’s better to give 5 minutes of your time right now to thinking about furnace maintenance in the summer so you’re not left googling “furnace repair near me” when you least expect it. Doing so will help ensure that your heating system is in fine working order on that first chilly “summer” day of the season. Here are a couple of things that you can do to make sure your furnace will be ready.
August 14th, 2023
When your air conditioner isn’t working with a heat wave in the forecast, or a heater that goes out on Christmas Eve, spending a lot of time trying to find the best contractor for the job isn’t something you have the time for. That’s why it’s important to know some general things you should be on the lookout for when deciding between cooling and heating contractors.
It’s easy to find plenty of HVAC companies that are ready and willing to work on your home’s precious HVAC systems. But what specifically should you be looking for in an HVAC contractor that really differentiates the professionals from the “chucks in a truck?” Let’s go over 4 key factors to consider when deciding on an HVAC company.
July 17th, 2023
Are you in the market for a new HVAC system? Have you been frantically searching online “heating and cooling near me,” trying to figure out what type of system will be best for your home? Well, it might make you feel a little better to know you’re not alone. There’s undoubtedly been a lot of changes since the last time you bought an HVAC system.
Whether you’re shopping for a new system for the first time or replacing an old one, a common question we get is: Are heat pumps and mini splits the same thing? The short answer is yes, they’re the same thing. However, they also have many differences. Let’s go over exactly what heat pumps and mini splits are so you can be an informed consumer when it’s time to make a decision