Managing Ideal Indoor Humidity For Comfort and Health

By |March 13th, 2017|

Colorado has never been known for high humidity levels. And it might not be something you’ve thought much about. But humidity can have a big impact on how well your home functions.

Having the right level of moisture in your home ensures the comfort levels of your indoor home environment. It also ensures how well your […]

Are Gas Fireplaces Expensive To Run?

By |March 9th, 2017|

Your utility bills are on the rise. And like every homeowner across the Front Range, you’re looking for ways to curb your costs.

You love the looks of your gas fireplace. You enjoy the heat as you sit nearby. But how efficient is a gas fireplace? Does it cost you a bundle to run?

To determine the […]

Open Floorplan Homes and Heating Efficiency

By |March 5th, 2017|

Many of us love our open floorplan homes. And what’s not to love? They offer more light, more room, and a less cramped feeling than a more traditional home has to offer.

Unfortunately, even though an open concept floorplan can provide you with freer living space, it also has its drawbacks. Homeowners that have open concept […]

Are You In The Market For A New Boiler?

By |March 2nd, 2017|

Is your home heated by a boiler? Is your boiler not heating your home evenly, the way it used to?

Most home heating boilers are expected to have a lifespan of anywhere from 15 to 20 years. However, they do wear out. And depending on how much you use them and the maintenance record of your […]

4 Ways To Ensure Your Natural Gas Fireplace Is Safe

By |February 27th, 2017|

Nothing is better on a cold winter evening than a crackling fire nearby.

But the concept of a fire has changed a lot over the past few decades. A fireplace originally was designed to help heat your home. Slowly it changed to provide heat to just one of the rooms in your home. It continued to […]

Heating and Cooling Myths

By |February 23rd, 2017|

When the temperatures are anything but perfect outside, we can adjust the temperatures inside our homes in any manner we choose. Crank up the heat and be cozy and warm all winter long. Run your air conditioner full blast in the summer to stay away from the sweltering heat.

But when it comes to operating our […]

Heating: What’s The Difference Between Boilers, Furnaces and Heat Pumps

By |February 20th, 2017|

Need a new heating system? A little bit of research online will give you access to many different options. But here in Colorado, do you really have an option? Can you change out your furnace for a boiler or heat pump? Does it make sense to switch systems in your home?


A boiler heating system heats […]

The Benefits Of Installing A High Efficiency Furnace

By |February 14th, 2017|

Thinking about upgrading your furnace? Wondering how you can save both energy and costs in the coming months and years? It may start by upgrading to a high efficiency furnace.

Today’s high efficiency furnaces consume as much as 30 percent less fuel than older furnaces. And the older your current heating system is, the less efficient […]

Upgrading Your Central Heating System

By |February 9th, 2017|

There are many reasons to upgrade your central heating system. By upgrading your heating system, it will increase reliability, help conserve energy, make your home run more efficiently, and increase the value of your home. All of which will help you save money in the long run.

With a central heating system, all of your home’s […]

Why Is There Water By My Furnace?

By |February 6th, 2017|

In some places throughout your home, water isn’t an out-of-the-ordinary thing to see. A drip in the bathroom sink reminds you of the need to pull out a few tools, maybe install a new washer in the fixture.

But when you see a pool of water by your furnace, it’s a sign of a larger […]