What is the Average Electric Bill in Colorado and How Can You Save Money? Your electric bills don’t just go towards the electricity you use; they also help maintain and operate the power grid, and help support other public funds that promote energy efficiency in Colorado. But, how do you determine exactly why you pay […]
How Much Will a Furnace Replacement Cost? Not many homeowners are familiar with the cost of installing or replacing a new furnace. This is often due to the fact that they have never replaced their furnace or because they did it a very long time ago – seeing a furnace has a lifespan of around […]
Is Your Furnace Short Cycling? Here’s What That Means A normal functioning furnace shuts off when it reaches the temperature set on the thermostat. For instance, if the reading on the thermostat is 72 degrees, it will go off once it achieves that temperature. It will turn on again when the temperatures go below that […]
5 Tips for Dealing with Poor Air Quality in Colorado Whenever you’re trying to take measures to combat poor air quality and protect your health, you need to know what you’re up against. When you take a breath, you want to ensure that you are getting crisp, clean oxygen. Colorado is experiencing increasingly severe wildfire […]
A furnace can be dangerous if not properly maintained. Read this blog to learn six essential tips on how to maintain a safe furnace in your home.
Size is crucial during AC installation as it affects how comfortable your home is and how efficient the
AC operates. Read on to learn more about AC sizing.
You usually don’t think of your HVAC system until a problem arises. Therefore, learn four common warning signs to see your HVAC system may need repair.
Identifying and fixing an HVAC problem on time can help prevent HVAC failure at unexpected times. Find out about common HVAC problems.
Your furnace should be replaced every 10-15 years, depending on the make and model. If your furnace is older than that, it’s definitely time for a replacement.
Many furnaces can last a long time. But they don’t always last forever. Read on to learn more about when you should replace your furnace.