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Mid-Summer Night’s Dreaming of Air Conditioning As July nears an end you might think you can sweat it out for the next 60 days and put off replacing that old central air conditioning unit. Besides the all-important comfort level of your home, you may consider replacement now if any of the following conditions exist: According […]
The cooler autumn season is a great time to check and seal any possible air leaks in your home that contribute to increased cooling and heating costs.
Perhaps you’ve been putting it off for awhile, but the simple truth is it’s time to replace a piece of heating or cooling equipment for your Colorado home. Luckily, with Energy Star’s Most Efficient label, you’ll no longer have to spend weeks or months selecting your new unit.
If you’ve never had a home energy evaluation, now could be the perfect time. Colorado and Wyoming winters tend to be quite cold, and with the information from an energy evaluation, you can still weatherize your home in time to lower your winter energy bills.
As your furnace ages, it loses its ability to keep up with demand. Efficiency plummets, and you find yourself putting more money into repairs than you would like. If this is your situation, it’s time to start looking into a furnace replacement.
A tankless water heater can be your ticket to energy savings.
If your home is heated or cooled by a traditional HVAC system, the air that keeps your home comfortable is distributed via a duct system. All of the air from your system travels through this ductwork, which creates many opportunities for air and energy loss. Keeping your ductwork sealed good and tight is essential if […]
When you reach for the controls on your air conditioner, you expect the system to roar to life and cool your home. If you don’t maintain and operate your A/C correctly, however, it will not run efficiently and may even fail when you need it most.
An air-source heat pump provides highly efficient home cooling and heating. Correctly installed, it can deliver as much as three times more energy than it consumes. The heat pump does this by absorbing warmth from the outdoor air and releasing it in your home when it’s cold outside. The heat pump works in reverse when […]
Chances are, you had little to nothing to do with installing the ductwork in your home. But like the car you drive — which you didn’t build either — you know it when something seems amiss.