Apple Aire Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Denver’

Hints Your Boiler Needs Professional Service

Monday, December 28th, 2020

No matter what type of boiler system you use to heat your home, it can only work as efficiently as it’s meant to if it is professionally installed and properly cared for. This also means that any necessary repairs should be conducted by trained and experienced professionals.

But how do you know to begin with when repairs are necessary? Well, this starts with maintenance. If you’ve invested in annual maintenance for your boiler system, then it’s already getting checked over by the pros once a year at least. This is great for peace of mind!

It’s still important, though, that you know the signs of a boiler in need of professional service so you can give us a call right away before the problem grows worse. Read on as we uncover some of the hints that your boiler may need repair or even replacement.

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Warning Sounds Your Gas Furnace May Need Repairs

Monday, December 14th, 2020

Do you use a gas furnace in Denver, CO for your home heating? You’re one of many: natural gas furnaces are the most common way to provide central heating to homes in the area thanks to their powerful output, reliability, and cost-effective operation.

We want you to keep enjoying a furnace that works in top condition. The best way to help your furnace is to schedule pre-season maintenance for it (not too late if you haven’t done so yet!). The next best way is to pay attention to warning signs the furnace needs our repair services. A gas furnace will usually give off early indications it’s in trouble, which grants you time to have it repaired before it ends up failing entirely—probably on the coldest day of the year.

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Heed These Signs of a Suffering Furnace

Monday, November 30th, 2020

Furnace systems are not simple pieces of equipment. They involve a number of complex components, and when servicing something as complex as this, you’ll need to be one of two things—either an experienced professional HVAC contractor or a vigilant homeowner. Chances are, you’re the latter—a vigilant homeowner should do their research to know when their heater is trouble so they can call for professional repairs ASAP.

Without proper training, it may be hard to determine exactly what is wrong with your furnace when it’s acting up or when it suddenly breaks down. That’s what we are here for! We do think it’s possible, however, to know the signs that something is wrong with your furnace. And the sooner you discover a sign of trouble, the sooner you can give us a call to have the repair need taken care of.

And the thing is, the signs of a suffering furnace aren’t always big, bright, or loud. Meaning, you may not even know what to look for. But again, that’s what we are here for.

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Have You Scheduled a Heating Tune-Up Yet?

Monday, October 19th, 2020

If not, now is a perfect time! We always recommend early fall for scheduling heating maintenance. The reason for this is because it’s right before you need your heating system the most. Additionally, it’s when HVAC technicians are a lot less likely to be out on emergency calls and other service calls.

But honestly, when we are talking about maintenance, consistency is what’s really vital. Consistent tune-ups will help ensure that your heating system works as effectively and efficiently as possible for as long as possible, so that you know your heater is always ready to do its job when you need it.

Read on as we uncover why this heating service is so important!

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How Healthy Is Your Indoor Air?

Monday, September 21st, 2020

Were you aware that the air within your household can be lower quality than the air outdoors? At least, this is the case if your home isn’t equipped with the right indoor air quality systems and services. It’s even more likely that your air quality is bad if you have a modern home–one built in the last couple of decades or so. The reason being homes today are built very “tightly” to prevent conditioned air from escaping.

This is good news for your HVAC efficiency since there won’t be any heating or cooling loss. Unfortunately, this traps contaminants inside. If you suffer from allergies or asthma, or if anyone in your home does, this definitely isn’t great news. Things like pollen, dirt, dust, and pet dander don’t have a way out of your home, and this is what contributes to the poor air quality. So, what can you do about it?

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Unique Ductless Needs to Be Aware Of

Monday, July 27th, 2020

When you find yourself in need of a new air conditioner, it’s easy to be overwhelmed. After all, there are a lot of options out there! You may find it easier to just go with whatever system you’ve always had, but what if this isn’t the most efficient option available?

It may be time for you to consider a ductless system!

Ductless systems are comprised of a single outdoor unit connected to up to four air handlers that can be controlled independently of each other. They’re highly efficient and a great option for homeowners looking for a system that provides effective cooling and efficient heating.

However, if not installed correctly, you could run into a few unique repair needs, such as:

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These Sounds Indicate a Need for AC Repair

Monday, May 18th, 2020

Summertime is the most likely time for air conditioners to develop problems. While we have heat waves and variable weather throughout the year, AC systems are placed under considerably more stress in the summer, and the added wear and tear makes it more likely for various components to break down.

It’s vital that you have your cooling system checked out by an experienced professional if you notice any signs of malfunction. Read on as we uncover one of the more common signs that your AC is in disrepair—loud or unfamiliar noises coming from the system.

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How to Choose the Right HVAC Company

Monday, May 4th, 2020

Just like any other homeowner in the Denver area, you likely want to make sure that your home is very well cared for, and you want to also make sure that the service professionals you trust to come into your home are reputable, have integrity, and will do the job right the first time. Whether you’re investing in an air conditioner replacement right now or any other HVAC system, there’s no reason to go with mediocre service.

And remember, just because an HVAC contractor is popular or more affordable doesn’t mean they’re the right pro for you or your particular service need. It’s vital that you do your homework, and choose an HVAC company that’s the right fit for you and your needs. We’ve provided some guidelines below to help you choose a quality company here in the Denver area!

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Why Your Air Conditioner Needs Routine Maintenance

Monday, April 20th, 2020

With temperatures trending toward consistent heat, you may have come to the realization that it’s time to schedule service for your air conditioner. Or maybe you think since you don’t actually have a problem with your air conditioner, it’s okay to skip maintenance this time around. We really don’t recommend this!

It’s never too late to get your air conditioner tuned-up, nor is it ever a bad idea to do so. There are a number of benefits to routine, professional, maintenance.

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When It’s Time to Replace Your AC, Consider These Factors

Monday, April 6th, 2020

If you’re considering replacing your air conditioner, you have a number of considerations to make. We understand you may be in a rush to get this job done since our variable weather means that just because our temps were in the 60’s and low 70’s last week doesn’t mean they won’t be in the 80’s or even higher in several weeks from now!

We urge you not to make any hasty decisions, no matter how rushed you feel during this process, to not make any hasty decisions. Installing the wrong air conditioner, investing in amateur installation, or not properly sizing your new cooling system can all result in detrimental consequences for your wallet. So before you write that check, consider some of these important factors.

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