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Are you trying to get ready for the cold weather that’s ahead of you? If you are, then we suggest that you run through your fall maintenance services now. It’s a lot simpler than you might think it is. This is especially true if you have fall maintenance services performed by our professionals. We’re going to help you with your furnace maintenance and furnace repairs in Colorado Springs, CO.
The fall season is the time of year where you want to be warm, cozy, and indoors. Make sure that you’re taking everything into consideration to make this as easy as possible for you. Our professionals are here to fill any gaps you might have.
The problem with HVAC emergencies is that you might not realize that it’s an emergency. Any air conditioning problem that you might have requires a general sense of urgency. We want to help you figure out what’s going on. Having a proper air conditioning and heating system is a necessity. We’re going to help you make it a reality.
Today, we’re going to cover both air conditioning and furnace repair in Pueblo, CO since we’re still technically in summer but on the cusp of fall. If you’d like to know more about HVAC emergencies in regard to your home, then keep reading below…
When you go through the effort of buying yourself a new HVAC system in Colorado, you want it to last for a while. Do you ever wonder how long your air conditioner is estimated to last you? We’re here to help you answer this question today.
Your HVAC system should last you about 15-20 years if it’s an air conditioner, and about 10-15 if it’s a heater. We’re mainly going to focus on installing a new AC system in Colorado Springs, CO today, but we wanted to give you the information regarding both systems. Now, let’s talk about how you can possibly make your air conditioning system last a little while longer.
It’s important for your home’s air conditioner to serve you well. The fact of the matter is, if your air conditioner is nearing the 20 year age mark, then you’re probably not getting quality service from it. It’s important to replace your air conditioner when the right time comes. According to Energy.gov, that time is going to come every 15-20 years. You shouldn’t wait much longer to replace your unit if it’s in this age range. This means that a 20-year-old air conditioner is more than ready to go.
If you’re ready for AC system replacement in Pueblo West, CO, then you should schedule an appointment with a professional team. Our technicians will make your replacement a breeze. Let’s discuss the benefits below…
Once August rolls around in Peyton, CO, we typically reach our highest temperatures of the year. The days of early summer evenings spent outside, by the pool, or at amusement parks are long gone. We’re taking thing slower these days and spending our time indoors trying to stay as cool as possible. If you’ve got a great air conditioning system, then you’re in the clear. What happens if you start to notice that there’s trouble in paradise with your unit though?
You should start by turning to our professionals. We’ve got you covered when it comes to air conditioning repair in Peyton, CO. We’ll make sure to get your air conditioning back in shape in a flash. Contact us sooner than later to get the process started.
Coolant! It’s a word that we’re sure you see in many an HVAC blog. Today we want you to be honest with us. You’re amongst friends here—do you understand what coolant is and what it means for your system?
If you’re having problems with your air conditioner and you need fast AC repair in Colorado Springs, then we’re the team you should lean on. We say that we’re experts often, but coolant problems are where our expertise can really shine through. We want to help you figure out what’s going on with your system so you can act ASAP. Let’s chat below…
If you’re having trouble getting your air conditioning system to perform, then we’re here to swoop in and save the day. Of course, we’re always here to provide you with the right resources and team members to fix up your home. We understand that there’s a little time between your call and our team members arriving. If you’d like to troubleshoot your air conditioning problems while you wait, we’ve got some tips. Try…
Checking for a Dirty Filter
Checking Your Thermostat Settings
Checking Your Circuit Breaker
Checking Your Outdoor Unit
Checking Your Air Vents
We’re going to get into everything you need to know about these topics. We specialize in AC repair in Pueblo, CO, and we’re going to get your air conditioner in great shape.
If you have a two story home, then you know that you that there’s typically a little difficulty getting your space to cool evenly. Heat rises—this is something we all learn pretty early in life in our elementary school classrooms. This lesson comes into play when you notice that you start to live it in your two story home. Your downstairs space might be perfectly cool, but your upstairs bedroom might be stuffy and scorching hot.
If you want to work around this, you’ve got options. We’re going to run through many of them today. There are some simple ways to work about the issues that a two story home can cause. We’re prepared to help you with this.
When we speak to homeowners about switching from one air conditioning or heating unit to another, we’re met with a few different questions. Typically, the questions center around things like cost and compatibility with a home. You might be concerned with something a little different though—your power needs.
Your ductless mini-split will need between 15 and 45 amps per mini-split. In volts, this looks like about 110 to 120 volts on the more conservative side of things and 208 to 240 volts on the higher end. If you have any more questions concerning your mini-split, you can contact us. We’re experts at AC installation in Fountain, CO.