If you’re like most Coloradans, then you probably use your HVAC system nearly every day of the year. As the Top Rated Local® HVAC company in Denver, we know that most of our customers have a variety of questions about HVAC repairs and HVAC maintenance. We’ve answered some of the most common HVAC questions we’ve received in parts one and two of this ongoing series, and today’s post will feature even more of these questions. Continue reading below for detailed answers, and get in touch with our HVAC company today to request a free estimate!
We noted in our first post that HVAC maintenance is the best way to prevent yourself from having to invest in unexpected HVAC repairs, but we didn’t specify how often you should have HVAC maintenance performed. Colorado’s hot summers and cold winters require your HVAC system to be working hard throughout the year, so we recommend that you invest in HVAC maintenance at least twice a year — once before you turn on your air conditioning in the summer, and once before you begin heating your home in the late fall and early winter. We offer an affordable and effective HVAC maintenance program that can keep your system running at peak efficiency throughout the year.
Generally speaking, we recommend programmable thermostats over their older counterparts for several reasons. The main reason that homeowners invest in programmable thermostats is to save money on their monthly energy bills. If you work long hours, or if you’re constantly coming and going due to a busy lifestyle, then you would certainly benefit from a programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat allows you to heat and cool your home only during the times that you’re there, minimizing the amount of wasted energy you pay for every month.
With the ability to use your HVAC system only when you’re home, you’ll be using your system significantly less over a long period of time. This means that the parts in your system won’t be subjected to as much wear and tear, leading to fewer HVAC repairs.
Yes! If you have allergies, then you’ve surely noticed that irritants in the air are particularly bad this year. Pollen, dust, and environmental contaminants can make their way into your home through your air ducts and ventilation system, irritating your lungs and exacerbating your allergies. Our HVAC technicians can help you assess your current air quality as well as recommend a filtration system that keeps the air in your home free of harmful contaminants.
Keep an eye on our blog page for future posts in which we’ll continue to answer the most popular HVAC questions we receive. If you need HVAC repair in Denver, or any of the other nearby areas, then call Pure Air Solutions for a free estimate! Whether you need simple AC repairs or an HVAC installation for your entire home, we’re here to help you create a comfortable and welcoming space. We look forward to speaking with you soon!