For Denver residents, the right heating system has a great impact on the quality of life in your home. The most common choices for heating in the Denver area are the gas furnace and the heat pump system. Each has its pros and cons, so let’s examine the strengths and weaknesses of each so you can decide which one is right for you.
When your home is tightly sealed against the elements, you may be keeping out the cold, but you may still be letting in allergens and other particles that contribute to poor indoor air quality. You can protect your indoor air quality from many common causes of poor air with these simple steps.
While most people know about furnaces and air conditioners, many don’t know about another option that saves energy, uses less fuel and is environmentally friendly. That option is a heat pump, and here we explain a bit about what it is and how it works.
Ensuring that your boiler functions properly not only keeps your home warm and comfortable during the months that you need heat, it also keeps your energy bills low, protects against leaks and water damage and prevents frozen pipes and other costly inconveniences.
Smart thermostats make it almost effortless to save money on your energy bills and help the environment at the same time. With remote access and greater convenience, today’s smart thermostats offer many benefits to homeowners. There are a variety of options to meet your needs and budget.
While it may seem a little early, there are steps you can take now to ensure that your HVAC system is working properly and that your furnace will continue to keep you and your family warm all season long. And don’t forget to winterize your air conditioner, so it is ready to go next spring and summer.
The best time to schedule a furnace tune-up is in the fall before the really cold weather sets in. But if you’ve neglected regular tune-ups, there are some signs to watch for that will help you determine if it is time to call for professional maintenance.
The thought of purchasing a new HVAC system can be daunting, but there are multiple factors that can ease the sticker shock of a new air conditioner or furnace. New equipment will be far superior to your old equipment in terms of efficiency, which can mean significantly lower energy costs and better performance. Another consideration is the HVAC rebates that are available for more reliable, high-efficiency equipment.