Heating Pro Tip: Furnaces Favor Fresh Filters

March 30, 2018

Do you use a furnace in order to heat your home? If so, then you are no doubt already familiar with the many benefits of doing so. Furnaces, both gas and electric models, can be quite efficient, and their method of heating air and then distributing that heated air throughout the house via a set of ductwork allows for the prompt, effective heating of one’s home. When you invest in a great furnace and have it tuned up annually, you can expect years of great heating output. Or, at least, you can when you do your part. While routine maintenance...

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Have Your Air Ducts Repaired Before Summer Arrives

February 23, 2018

March is a very time of the year in terms of keeping comfortable. With temperatures one week approaching 80 degrees, and the next hovering in the high 50’s and low 60’s, you may be tempted in equal parts to use your heater or your air conditioner. One way in which you can help either a forced air heater or central AC out tremendously is to schedule professional duct repairs in Denver, CO. Leaky ductwork is the hidden issue behind many heating, cooling, and indoor air quality problems. It really pays to know the symptoms that suggest damaged ductwork, as it...

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AC Tip: Change That Air Filter Regularly!

February 9, 2018

If you’ve checked out our site or read our blog posts before, then you are familiar with our advice regarding air conditioning maintenance. Scheduling AC maintenance each and every year is, without exception, the absolute best thing that you can do for your air filter and home cooling system. Air conditioning maintenance is also something that you really need to leave to the professionals — mostly. There is one simple maintenance task that you can actually handle on your own. This is changing your air filter, and it is as beneficial as it is easy. If you use a forced...

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Is It Time for a New AC?

February 2, 2018

When to Purchase a New AC Unit Okay, so I shouldn’t wait for a complete breakdown before replacing my air conditioner. When should I replace it, then? It’s a tricky question, particularly considering that homeowners rightfully want to get the best possible return on the investment that they’ve made in their air conditioning systems. So when should you replace your air conditioner? Here are some questions to ask yourself. How old is the existing system? No air conditioner is going to last forever. All air conditioners are working with finite lifespans, and you should have an estimated period for your...

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Why Is There Water Surrounding My AC?

January 12, 2018

You may know this already, but there is no water involved in the air conditioning process. Why are we telling you this? Because every now and then we get calls from concerned — and confused — homeowners regarding leaking air conditioners. Now, these homeowners are not imagining things. There are certain issues that can result in pools of water developing around an air conditioning system. They just are not “leaks” in the traditional sense that you may be thinking of. Following are a few examples of situations in which water may seem to leak from your air conditioning system. They...

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Why Is My Heater Shutting Down So Soon?

January 5, 2018

Some people seem to think that the fact that their heaters are starting up when temperatures get too chilly for comfort means that those heaters are operating properly. That is not necessarily the case, though, particularly not when the heater is starting up again, and again, and again. If your heater is cycling on, but only running for a brief amount of time before cycling back down, then it is short cycling. This is a much bigger problem than some may realize. Today we’ll help you to better understand precisely what can cause short cycling, as well as the issues...

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Is My Toilet Leaking?

December 29, 2017

What do you think of first and foremost when you hear the word “plumbing“? A lot of people would immediately answer with “bathroom” if this were a word association game—though we’re admittedly not sure why you’d be playing a plumbing word association game to begin with. Regardless, the fact of the matter is that your bathroom is something of a central hub for your plumbing system. Its sink, shower/bathtub, and yes, toilet, are all integral parts of your daily routine. That is exactly why experiencing a problem with your bathroom plumbing in Colorado Springs, CO is so troubling. Sure, you...

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The Time for Heating Maintenance Is Nigh

December 15, 2017

It’s September, and the coldest time of the year really is just around the corner at this point. Do you want to heat your home with confidence this heating season? Then you need to show your heater the TLC that it deserves! Do so by contacting a member of our team and scheduling professional heating maintenance in Denver, CO. That way, you can count on getting the very best performance that your heater has to offer. Your heater is going to fully reap the benefits of routine maintenance by a trained professional. There is much more to routine HVAC maintenance...

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3 Signs That You Need Heating Repairs

December 8, 2017

Chances are that you’ve noticed our daytime temperatures are still pretty warm around here and will continue to be for the next couple of weeks. However, you’ve probably also noticed that our nighttime temperatures are dropping to the low 50’s — and lower — on a regular basis. While you are not going to be shutting down your air conditioner for the last time of the season in the next few days, it is definitely safe to say that your heater will be entering the fray before long. Plus, it’ll probably need heating repairs. Now, hopefully, you’ll have had your...

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Common Causes of Inefficient Air Conditioning

December 1, 2017

This day and age, homeowners have plenty of options to cool their homes. From traditional central air conditioners to heat pumps, there’s something for everyone. What there is not, however, is an air conditioner that is going to operate completely free of charge. You shouldn’t have to overpay for an inefficient air conditioning unit. Have you noticed that your air conditioning costs are on the high side this year? Does it seem like your bills are really spiking despite the fact that you’ve not been using your air conditioner any differently than in years past? Whatever the case may be,...

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