7 Reasons to Love Trane Furnaces and Air Conditioners

Our Valentine’s Day sweetheart this year is Trane.  Trane is one of the best names in HVAC for furnaces, air conditioners, and home comfort systems.  Here are the reasons why we love their products and why you will too. Made in America Trane was founded over 100 years ago in La Crosse, Wisconsin Trane products have excellent quality and durability to keep you comfortable for years to come Trane not only makes furnace and air conditioners they have patents on them they are so well made.   All products are put through 5 years of wear and tear within a few
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Furnace Repair Infographic – Quick Guide to Regular Maintenance

 Why Regular Maintenance Saves BIG $ on Furnace Repairs Few people realize that regular yearly furnace maintenance is vital to literally saving you thousands of dollars.  If you regularly maintain your HVAC unit it not only increases the life of one of the most important pieces of equipment in your home but it also runs more efficiently therefore saving money on home energy costs.  Each year that you do not have your furnace checked you lose 5% efficiency.  Do the math, that is 25% efficiency in 5 short years.  Do yourself a favor and get your furnace checked every heating
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Portable Room Humidifiers VS. Whole House Humidifiers – What is right for your home?

One of the hazards of winter that often goes ignored among the bitter cold and the slippery roads is the low humidity. Since the grass is covered by snow and green leaves have all fallen from trees, there is practically no moisture in the air.  Colorado is already known for its dry climate and the winter makes it worse.  This is unfortunate; especially since humidity levels below 30 percent can cause a number of different problems such as respiratory irritation, nosebleeds and uncomfortably dry and itchy skin.  Not only does it affect your body but it also affects your home. 
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Tips to Keep Your Furnace Free of Repairs

You want to protect your big investments and HVAC systems are a big investment with big returns.  Your furnace is a necessity.  There are a few simple yet useful tips that should help you keep your furnace running smoothly. 1. Keep Your Furnace Clean Dirt and dust can build up in your ducts and cause your furnace to work less efficiently or even overheat, so you should be doing your part to keep everything clean. For starters, you should be changing your furnace filters regularly. If you have a relatively clean house without a lot of pets, you might be
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Denver Furnace Repair Scams What You NEED to Know To Protect Yourself

The idea that your local HVAC repair professional could scam you out of thousands of dollars is a scary thought, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. One of the local news channels found several unscrupulous furnace companies in the Denver metro area.  Here are some tips to protect yourself when you are looking for a HVAC company to repair your furnace.  First of all, you should never hire the services of a furnace repair company without performing some research. Look up the name of the company online, preferably on a site that provides consumer reviews. If
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A Procrastinators Guide to Winterizing Your Denver Home

As 2013 comes to an end we have already seen arctic temperatures and we haven’t even reached our coldest months. The temperature is rapidly dropping throughout the country, and some areas have even seen a great deal of  snow. For many people, this will mean higher utility bills as the thermostat is turned up and a cold house thanks to drafts that went unnoticed during the summer. You might be thinking that it’s too late to start winterizing your house if you haven’t done so already, but the truth is that it’s never too late!  Even if you’re a severe
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Free Whole Home Humidifier With Purchase of a High Efficiency Furnace!

For every high efficiency furnace purchased we will give you a whole home humidifier for FREE! Humidifiers provide many benefits for home comfort: saves money on energy bills – humidity in the air makes a home feel warmer at lower temperatures so you can turn your thermostat down a few degrees health benefits – helps dry skin and sinuses protects home furnishings, flooring, and antiques – dry wood cracks and ages reduces static in the air Call today for details 888-493-7099   By Frank Prestwood  
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3 Lifesaving Tips for Trick-or-Treaters This Halloween

Essential Halloween Safety Tips The crisp fall aroma and sharpening cold air grabs at you when walk out to go trick-or-treating with the kids.  The neighborhoods flood with children at dusk on the quest to fill their bags up brimming with candy and parade their favorite character.  It is easy to get absorbed in the excitement of the moment and let some safety precautions go lax.  Halloween is one of the most dangerous nights of the year for children so take a second to brush up on Halloween safety before you get wrapped up in all of the fun of
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Free HVAC Inspections for Colorado Flood Victims

The flooding in Colorado has been the worst natural disaster to hit the United States in recent memory. By now, those of us who haven’t experienced the destruction caused by the flooding first hand have at least seen pictures of highways literally being washed away and heard stories about the thousands of people who have lost their homes, but there is one seemingly minor problem associated with flooding that many people have overlooked: the damage that it can do to a home’s HVAC system. It only takes a small amount of water to damage an HVAC system and make it
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Help Smith and Willis Donate to Colorado Flood Victims

The 2013 Colorado Floods The 2013 Colorado floods have been one of the worst natural disasters to hit the state in decades. So far, the record-setting rains and subsequent flooding have inundated over 1,500 square miles of land and 17 counties. Nearly 2,000 homes have been destroyed, thousands more have been damaged and at least eight people have been killed. Naturally, hundreds more are still unaccounted for. Even though things are getting better thanks to floodwaters finally beginning to recede and the largest aerial rescue effort since Hurricane Katrina, the shock of what has happened and what continues to happen
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