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FAQ

Should I repair or replace my furnace?
How old is your system? Systems over 12 years, you may consider replacing. As equipment ages with the lack of maintenance the efficiency decreases and repair is going to be more frequent.
Can I put a new air conditioner on my old furnace?
This is not recommended. Without a proper match you can lose up to 10% of the equipment efficiency.
How often should my equipment be serviced?
All manufacturers recommend your equipment to be serviced once a year for proper operation and safety.
How often should I change my furnace filter?
There are many different types of filters ranging from basic to high efficiency. For the most basic filter, it is recommended to replace every 60 days during the winter season and every 30 days during the summer season.
How can I lower my utility bill?
  • Keep your furnace serviced annually.
  • Install a setback thermostat.
  • Make sure all window and door seals are in good condition.
  • Call us for a quote on a new High Efficiency System.
What should I set my thermostat to?

ASHRAE RECOMMENDATIONS:

  • Heating: 68-70 Degrees – Industries Standards
  • Cooling: 75 Degrees
Does turning my thermostat down while I am away really help on the utility bill?

Yes it helps, however, it is recommended to go no more than 5 degrees difference. If it varies too much it will have a longer recovery time.

Is a humidifier really needed in Colorado?
  • The air inside your home is drier than you think.
  • Heating your home dries out the air. The resulting dry air absorbs moisture from you and everything inside your home. Even newer, tighter built homes will experience the negative effects.
  • Not only does dry air cause irritation and discomfort, it increases susceptibility to colds, flu, and infections.
  • Humidifiers are strongly recommended for wood floors, but adding moisture to any home will help prevent cracks from forming in molding  and cabinetry.
What can I do if my furnace doesn’t work?
  • Check thermostat for HEAT CALL.
  • Check Breaker in electrical panel to see if it is in the ON position.
  • Check GAS VALVE to make sure it is in the ON position.
  • Call us for service.
What is the importance of being N.A.T.E. certified?

North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (N.A.T.E) is one of the industries leading programs that continually further educate technicians, giving them the advantage of not just understanding heating and air conditioning, but the opportunity to prove it.

 



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