March 23rd, 2020
Denver weather can be tricky—in the coming weeks we may wind
up needing our air conditioners way more than our heaters, or vice-versa. While
in other parts of the country homeowners have a pretty clear idea of when they’ll
need each system, we don’t necessarily get that luxury.
This means we have to really be diligent about caring for our systems to ensure they’re always prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws their way. This starts with maintenance! During maintenance, our technicians fully inspect, clean, and adjust your HVAC system, checking for any repair needs to take care of before they grow into emergency breakdowns.
For air conditioners, springtime is typically the best time
to schedule this service since logically speaking, summer is when you’ll need
it the most. Fall, in turn, is the best time to schedule heating system
maintenance. With or without maintenance, however, you should always be aware
of any signs that an HVAC system is showing signs of failure, particularly if
March 9th, 2020
At Apple Aire, we pride ourselves on the high-quality and
high-efficiency equipment we install and service. We are a Daikin Comfort Pro,
meaning we work with some of the best systems on the market. Our team is highly
trained and experienced and you can always count on a professional
Of course, the reason many homeowners often go with a cheaper alternative is that they’re sticker-shocked by the price of an air conditioning installation. Firstly, the equipment you choose can be costly in and of itself. Then you have other factors to consider like the level of efficiency you want, the costs of labor, and so on.
But, going with a cheaper alternative means getting low-quality performance from month to month, and ultimately paying more to cool your home because of how much energy your new air conditioning system will have to consume to do its job, and how fast that will wear down on the system.
If you’re considering a brand new air conditioner
installation or an air conditioning replacement, you’d do well to look into the
numerous benefits of the Daikin Fit inverter drive air conditioner.
February 24th, 2020
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way for you to completely avoid ever needing heating repair services? Unfortunately, this just isn’t possible. Even the best installed and most well-maintained heating system will succumb to natural wear and tear over the years.
The best thing you can do for your heater and your wallet to
learn to recognize the signs that heater repairs are needed. This way, you can
get out ahead of them, and schedule professional services accordingly.
Of course, you can also reduce the chances that you’ll have huge repair needs, and lower your costs, by scheduling routine heating maintenance. Maintenance tune-ups allow our technicians to fully inspect, clean, and adjust your furnace for optimal performance. We also check for repair needs during this service, so you can manage them before they grow into something worse.
Whether you skipped maintenance, forgot to schedule follow-up repairs, or just have an aging furnace, beware these following signs of a heating system problem:
February 10th, 2020
We hope for your sake that you are not in need of a heating
system installation right now, when
we’re in the coldest part of the year. If you’ve come across this blog post,
however, chances are that you’re either in the midst of shopping for a new
heater or consider your next air conditioner purchase before the weather warms
up again. We understand the temptation to rush into a purchase such as this,
when you need your comfort control systems the most. But we really want to
encourage you to take your time!
It’s important to trust only a trained professional for your
HVAC installation, for a number of reasons. There is a high level of work that
goes into a job of this caliber, and this work contributes to your comfort as
well as the efficacy of your HVAC system and your safety. Keep reading to learn
more about the steps our techs go through during an HVAC installation.
January 5th, 2020
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January 5th, 2020
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We’ll regularly post energy saving tips, how-to’s on troubleshooting your systems, and breakdowns on even the most complex industry related terms and concepts.
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