A furnace, radiant heating, or ductless split system are all great ways to heat your home. We Coloradoans know that winters can get bitter! Just because you have a large furnace doesn’t mean that it is the best option for your home. Proper-sized equipment is key for an effective system and well-heated home.

Ventilation and Air Ducts

Constructing and repairing ventilation and air ducts is sometimes necessary when remodeling your home. Having properly designed airways ensures that your space will be comfortable when paired with an awesome furnace and air conditioning system. Though you hardly see these hidden airways, it’s highly important that they are properly installed and maintained.

Water Heaters

A 40- to 80-gallon hot-water heater has a typical life span of 10 to 15 years. Sometimes they stop working when it is convenient for you, and other times they break at the most inconvenient times. It’s best to replace your water heater before it stops working and potentially causes other problems, such as flooding the basement.


Air conditioners and ductless split systems are the best choices for a cool home. Just as with your furnace, a bigger air conditioning system is not necessarily the best option. Let us help you determine the right size for your home.

We don’t install swamp coolers, however, we can remove them and install a new air conditioning system should you decide to make a change!

*Note: both your heating and cooling equipment should have a minimum of two routine maintenance services (spring and fall) to ensure that all parts are functioning correctly. Regular tune-ups help to prevent major breaks that can exhaust your machinery prematurely.

Whole House Humidifier

A whole house humidifier is a great solution to ending your struggle with dry skin or nosebleeds. We most often recommend steam humidifiers as they require the least amount of attention and surveillance while being highly efficient. Contact us today to learn more about your options.

Control & Accessories

There are some great ways to rev up your HVAC equipment. WiFi thermostats, temperature zone sensors, and duct zoning are just a few of the many ways to add convenience and control for the comfort of your home.