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A Maintenance Plan to Protect Your HVAC Investment

June 1, 2019

Extend the Life of Your HVAC Equipment Even the best heating or cooling system isn’t engineered to last forever. On average, an air conditioning unit will last for 10 to 15 years, while a gas furnace will hold up for 15 to 20 years. Without regular maintenance, though, your costly HVAC system could break down way before that. Cooper Heating & Cooling’s Green Club Maintenance Plan can help to prolong the functional lifespan of your HVAC equipment. We serve Denver, CO, as well as nearby communities such as Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. Our Green Club Maintenance Plan includes: High-performance...

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3 Easy Ways to Be More Energy Efficient

May 25, 2019

When you’re looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient, there are a number of things you can do without spending a lot of money. By implementing the following energy-saving ideas, you can also reduce your energy bill while helping your HVAC system operate more effectively. 1. Install Ceiling Fans By installing ceiling fans, you can help move air around in your home. Ceiling fans also help your HVAC system work more efficiently. Fans can assist with both heating a home and cooling it down. HVAC systems can sometimes create hot and cold spots in the home, depending...

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Stop the Static Shock in Your Home

May 7, 2019

During the winter months, you probably will notice your home has an increase in static electricity. Static electricity is more common because the dry air has replaced the moist air in the winter. Luckily, there are ways to control the static electricity that forms in your rooms. Why Does Moisture Stop Static Electricity? Water is a conductor for electrons to move freely in your home. When water condenses on the surface of an item, these electrons travel to find other electrons. Static electricity is caused by the missing particles. There are many ways that you can reduce static electricity in...

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5 Benefits of Financing Your New HVAC System

April 30, 2019

When it comes time to install a new heating and/or cooling system, many homeowners are caught off guard. It can be a big financial burden in some cases and a financial impossibility in others. The good news is that financing is an option for many if not most homeowners. 1. Choose the Optimal System for You and Your Home in Denver is proud to offer various financing options to our clients. A big reason is that it lets homeowners choose the best system for their home rather than make long-term sacrifices based on what they can afford right now. 2....

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HVAC and AC Are Different Systems

April 10, 2019

There is a difference between an HVAC system and an air conditioning unit. However, many people think these systems are the same. If you have ever wondered about the differences between the systems, consider the following information. Terms Are Used Interchangeably To add to the confusion, many contractors interchange the terms “AC” and “HVAC”. It’s important to remember that these cooling systems operate and function a little differently in your home. If you want to know which model is right for you, you will want to contact a professional heating and cooling company. These trained technicians can find the right...

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What Rooms in Your Home Require More Ventilation?

April 5, 2019

Ventilation and AC are essential for all homes. Poor ventilation could result in your home acquiring a bad musty smell, which is also the sign of a breeding ground for bacteria, allergens, and mold. Proper ventilation also prevents the accumulation of harmful gases such as carbon monoxide. Poor ventilation forces gases to be entrapped within your home. Inhaling such vapors or coming into contact with them may affect your general health. These gases may also raise your home temperature, thereby forcing the AC to do extra work. This ends up increasing your power bills. When it comes to home ventilation,...

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