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Finish Line Heating and Cooling handles heating and cooling solutions in Denver. Residential and small commercial customers hire the group for the design, installation, and repair of HVAC systems for new constructions along with retrofits for existing buildings, and the group aims to provide affordable, energy-efficient products to each client based on their needs and budget. Products include forced air heating units, gas furnaces, central air conditioning, hydronic heating systems, and evaporative cooling units, and crews can also tend to maintenance and repairs. Finish Line Heating and Cooling is an Xcel Energy rebates program partner as well and assists customers with information on available rebates and tax credits. The company is also an Armstrong Air dealer and provides a 10-year warranty on labor for these products.
Gustafson Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. is a heating, ventilation, and cooling service in Englewood backed by over 45 years of industry experience. Installs, repairs, and service are available for heating units, ductless mini-split systems, water heaters, air conditioning, and indoor air quality products along with regular maintenance for improved comfort and system performance, lower repair costs, and an extended life span for HVAC equipment. Clients can also ask about the Home Comfort Protection plans for A/C and heating, and the company is a Rheem Team Top 10 Contractor with access to the Rheem DesignStar® online program for custom specifications. Gustafson is a member of ACCA, features low prices, NATE-certified technicians, and 24/7 emergency service, and holds an A+ rating with the BBB. Financing is also available.
Steel T Heating & Air Conditioning has been serving the community of Englewood with HVAC services for almost 40 years. Customers hire the team for the repair, service, replacement, and installation of air conditioners, heat pumps, ductless HVAC systems, and heating units, and crews cater to both commercial and residential clients. Indoor air quality solutions cover air filters, air purifiers, and humidifiers, and interested parties can contact the group for a free estimate as well. Steel T has won the President's Award as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer four years in a row, is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, and is certified by the North American Technician Excellence. Financing is also available, and customers have access to 24/7 emergency service as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does an HVAC services technician do?
An HVAC services technician can handle anything related to heating, ventilation, air conditioning, related electrical needs, and often, refrigeration. Their most common responsibilities include:
- HVAC equipment installation
- Emergency heating and cooling repairs
- Seasonal maintenance to increase efficiency
- Thermostat checks and fine-tuning
- Air quality testing and ductwork/ventilation service
- Checking and troubleshooting electrical connections
- Connecting HVAC equipment to refrigerant, fuel, and water lines
Are HVAC service contracts worth it?
HVAC service contracts are agreements made between a customer and HVAC service provider at the time of HVAC installation for repairs that cover regular tune-ups and maintenance. Some of the benefits of an HVAC service contract include:
- Customers don't have to remember to schedule seasonal maintenance
- Scheduled maintenance can extend the overall lifespan of an HVAC system
- Getting tune-ups seasonally can increase the energy efficiency of the equipment
- Homeowners may save money by preventing emergency repairs
Some homeowners don't see the value in service agreements because they're essentially insurance policies—the cost of additional repairs and service isn't always higher than the annual fees.
Will replacing the HVAC system increase my home’s value?
While most homeowners only recoup 35% to 50% of their installation costs, a new HVAC system can be a major selling point that attracts potential buyers and results in a faster sale. The benefits depend on the local climate, the type of market, and the condition of the existing system. Aging or poorly maintained equipment may encourage buyers to submit lower offers, especially if problems are revealed during an inspection.