When it comes to efficiently heating and cooling a home, having a furnace or air conditioner that is the appropriate size for your house makes a big difference. While we would love to have a rule of thumb to determine what size is best, it is difficult to determine which size system is right for you without having your home evaluated by a professional. For example, depending on how your house was built, one ton of air conditioning could sufficiently cool anywhere from 300-800 square feet of your home.
That’s right – the furnace giveaways have officially begun! We installed the first American Standard High-Efficiency furnace in Aurora last week to a overjoyed family struggling to get by with the old, inefficient, and dangerous model they were using. More so, Ductworks agreed to help us out by cleaning the family’s air ducts at no charge!
Are you, or perhaps someone you know, in need of a new heating system this holiday season? During the winter months, an adequate heating system is imperative. Not only is it important for protecting your family, but it also helps to prevent issues such as frozen or burst pipes. Plus, heating can become a large expense over time if your system is not operating properly & efficiently. A failed furnace can lead to catastrophic damage to your home and leave you and your family in an extremely uncomfortable situation!
Living in the Denver and Denver Colorado areas, we are exposed to some extremely cold temperatures each year. Once winter has set in, temperatures can reach well below freezing. In fact, the coldest temperature ever recorded in Denver Colorado, Colorado was -24 degrees (recorded in 1990). The lowest in Denver, Colorado was -29 degrees (recorded in 1875).
Precision Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Electric will drive the first all-electric service truck on the streets of Denver Colorado, CO. Fueled by a strong commitment to the environment and to their bottom line, the home service company will use only one half-kilowatt hour per mile, leave no carbon footprint and save up to $5,000 per truck per year.