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Furnace and Boiler Maintenance

Today’s modern furnaces and boilers are complex machines that need to be serviced periodically to prolong the life of your heating system. Regular furnace and boiler maintenance is recommended by all heating manufacturers because it is vital to keeping your furnace running efficiently and safely. In fact, 75-80% of the service calls we make at Indoor Air Quality, Inc. could be avoided by simply performing annual maintenance on your heating and cooling system.

The North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE) certified technicians at Indoor Air Quality, Inc. have the experience and training necessary to identify areas of concern before they have a chance to become serious, costly problems. Preventative heating maintenance from Indoor Air Quality, Inc. includes:

  • Testing all furnace components
  • Inspecting system for efficiency
  • Cleaning furnace mechanisms
  • Making small repairs where necessary
  • Performing carbon monoxide tests

Any potentially troublesome areas will be immediately reported so you will have full knowledge about the state of your furnace. If you determine that furnace, boiler or heat pump repairs or a furnace replacement is warranted, the team at Indoor Air Quality, Inc. can provide this full range of services.

To schedule a heating maintenance appointment, please contact the heating professionals at Indoor Air Quality, Inc. today.

Service areas include: Highlands Ranch, Castle Pines, Littleton, Ken Caryl, Englewood, Centennial, and the entire Denver Metro area.

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To Our Valued Customers - A Note on COVID-19

We understand our customers will continue to have HVAC issues that need to be taken care of right away. At this point, we are open during our normal business hours.

We are taking safety precautions seriously and doing everything possible to ensure the safety and health of our employees and customers.

Steps We are Taking to Reduce Your Risk & Ours:

  • We are closely monitoring daily updates and recommendations from the CDC.
  • We are sanitizing our service trucks and tools.
  • We continue to wear shoe covers when entering and working in your home.
  • Employees have also been instructed not to come to work if they experience fever or other flu-like symptoms.