Temperature Control

Surviving Extreme Colorado Cold: Is Your HVAC Ready?

By |January 4th, 2017|

Having your HVAC equipment not operate correctly can be frustrating at best. Having your HVAC equipment not operate during extreme Colorado cold can be deadly.

We never plan for our HVAC systems to suddenly stop and cause problems inside our homes. Yet invariably it often happens at the most inopportune times. When the temperatures creep down […]

The Best Ways To Warm Cold Spots In Your Home

By |December 15th, 2016|

Even the best heating system in the world will not address cold spots and uneven temperatures in your home if your home isn’t airtight. In many cases, inadequate sealing is the culprit, which allows cold air and moisture to enter and impact the surrounding areas.

If you’ve noticed discomfort in some areas of your home, or […]

Gas Furnace or Gas Fireplace: Which Is More Efficient?

By |November 28th, 2016|

How large is your home? Do you ever cringe at the thought of turning your furnace on, knowing its heating several thousand square feet of space, and yet your family is huddled in just a few hundred feet of it for the evening? There has to be a better way, right?

Your gas fireplace sets center […]

Myths About SEER Ratings

By |October 9th, 2016|

What’s a good SEER rating for a new air conditioner?

We get questions like this all the time. A SEER rating is the ratio of the cooling output of an air conditioner over an average cooling season, divided by the energy it consumed in the same time period. It’s calculated by assuming a constant temperature inside, […]

It’s Time To Convert Your Wood Fireplace To Gas

By |September 11th, 2016|

Wood burning fireplaces are fun to look at, bringing back a bit of nostalgia into your life. There’s nothing better than the crackle, warmth, and scent of a wood burning fireplace.

Yet they are not so great on your lungs. And buying expensive wood month after month can lead to taking a step back and not […]

Feeling Chilly? Maybe It’s Time For A Variable Speed Blower

By |September 6th, 2016|

The air conditioning system in your home has two functions: to produce cool air and to circulate it throughout your home.

In order to circulate cooled air, the air conditioning unit has a fan that pushes it through the ductwork and out through the vents. With most central air conditioning systems, you have two fan settings: […]

5 Reasons To Consider a High Efficiency Furnace This Fall

By |September 3rd, 2016|

Football is here. Tailgating parties are in full swing. And with the fall colors sweeping across the Denver Metro area, it won’t be long before you flip the switch and have your furnace come to life for the season.

How old is your furnace? When was the last time it was replaced? When was the last […]

Closing Doors: Is It The Best Way To Maximize HVAC Efficiency?

By |August 20th, 2016|

We’ve all heard the tips on how to create a better atmosphere in your home. If you’re not using a guest bedroom, closing the door will help funnel heated or cooled air to where you need it the most. And in the coldest months of the winter and the warmest months of the summer, finding […]

Wood Floors and Radiant Heating

By |August 6th, 2016|

Winter mornings here in Colorado can get cold. And nothing makes you realize just how cold it can be as stepping out of bed and feeling the cold floor on your bare feet.

For many, the best way to eliminate cold floors is to install radiant heat. When most people think of radiant heat, they think […]

Keeping Your Home Cool During The Summer

By |July 30th, 2016|

As July moves into August, summer heat can begin to take its toll. Not only is it uncomfortable, but it also can cause your HVAC equipment to work less efficiently in the process.

Yet there are many ways to keep your home cool during the hottest of days. And not all of them require running your […]