Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog

What Benefits Does Geothermal Heating Have to Offer?

February 8th, 2016

It’s now February, and hopefully you won’t find yourself in need of a heating replacement before making it out of winter and into spring. If you are planning on replacing an old, ailing, or inefficient system once this winter is over, though, you’ve likely already started to weigh your options. One great system to consider is the geothermal heating system. Geothermal heating systems are unique in the residential heating industry, and can offer certain benefits that other systems just cannot match. Let us install and service your system if you decide that geothermal heating is right for you.

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Thinking About a Furnace Replacement?

February 1st, 2016

We’ve still got a good stretch of very cold weather ahead of us, but many homeowners throughout the area are already turning their thoughts toward the spring season. Something that you may want to think about is replacing your furnace at the close of this heating system. Modern furnaces have quite long lifespans, but no heating system is going to last forever. Read the following blog post, give the condition and performance quality of your furnace some serious consideration, and remember that it is better to replace a furnace by choice, rather than out of necessity born of a complete breakdown during the coldest time of the year.

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Should I Be Using UV Germicidal Lights?

January 25th, 2016

Homeowners today realize that maintaining comfortable temperatures in their homes is really only part of the comfort equation. The other is maintaining great indoor air quality within their homes. This can be more difficult during the heating and cooling seasons, as opposed to the more mild spring and autumn months, due to the fact that we seal up our homes quite tightly in order to maximize efficiency. With the right IAQ products and services, though, you can still maintain a clean, healthy environment. Using the proper equipment is key, though. If you are up against biological pollutants, for instance, you really need to consider the use of UV air purifiers in Loveland, CO

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Is the Air in Your Home Too Dry?

January 18th, 2016

During the summer time, the air outside tends to be rather humid. Running your air conditioner nonstop can dry the air in the house excessively, though. During the winter, we are already starting off with dry air, and heating that air over and over with a furnace or other forced-air heating system can degrade its overall quality further. If you think that the air in your home is too dry, remember that the best way to deal with such issues is with a whole-house humidifier in Fort Collins, CO

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Signs That Your Radiant Heating System Is in Trouble

January 18th, 2016

While forced air heating systems are probably the most popular option in residential applications, a lot of homeowners swear by the comfort and benefits provided by their radiant heating systems in Windsor, CO. One of the greatest benefits that radiant heating systems have to offer is their reliable performance. These systems have fewer mechanical parts than forced air heating systems, which means that there is less that can go wrong. However, it is important to remember that there is no such thing as a 100% reliable heating system. Eventually you may find that you require professional radiant heating repairs in your home. 

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What Is an ERV, And How Can One Benefit Me?

January 11th, 2016

Whether heating your home in the winter or cooling it down during the long, hot summer season, you want to be able to keep your living space comfortable in an effective, yet efficient, manner. You also must be able to maintain great indoor air quality in your home, though, and that can be difficult when your home is very tightly sealed in an effort to heat and cool it efficiently. If it sounds like a problem without a solution, you are clearly unfamiliar with the concept of the ERV. By using an energy recovery ventilator in Fort Collins, CO, you ensure that your indoor air quality is high, without your heating and cooling costs following suit.

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How to Breathe Better Air, Reduce Costs, And Boost Comfort in 2016

January 4th, 2016

No one wants a home that’s uncomfortable, whose HVAC system never seems to operate correctly, or whose indoor air is stifling. We’ve all got enough to worry about without having to worry about the bare essentials. So why not make 2016 the year when you take full control over the quality of your domestic life? There is plenty that you can do straightaway to ensure that you and your family are breathing clean air in the home, enjoying exceptional comfort, and not paying for anything that you don’t need.

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Own a Rental Property? Get a Rental Service Agreement with a Local HVAC Contractor

December 28th, 2015

The people who live on your rental property trust you to provide them with a safe, comfortable home. But it can be difficult to see that all of the systems on your property are running smoothly when your property has multiple units. Sudden breakdowns can cost you quite a bit, and it can be difficult to send someone out to your property for repairs in a timely manner.

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Is a Furnace the Right Heating System for Me?

December 23rd, 2015

Are you a bit late to the party in terms of having a heating system installed this year? There’s still time, but it’s important that you start seriously considering your options. There are a lot of different heaters available on the market today, and finding the right one for your needs and personal preferences can be trickier than you may realize. Fortunately, you can count on our staff to help ensure that your new heater is the perfect fit for your home. One system well worth your consideration is a furnace. We install and service quality furnaces in Wellington, CO. Give Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning a call today to learn more.

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When Is Professional Duct Sealing Necessary?

December 21st, 2015

Do you use a forced air heating system in your home, such as a furnace or a heat pump? If so, you are going to be depending upon your air ducts a lot in the months to come. Winter may not really be starting off with a bang this year, but there is still plenty of cold weather to come. If your air ducts are not properly sealed, then you are going to run into some pretty serious problems as you attempt to heat your home in an even and effective manner. Fortunately for you, we are here to offer professional duct sealing in Windsor, CO. Give Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning a call today if you are concerned about your ductwork.

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