Serving Westminster, Colorado
We are a family owned business, establishing a one on one business relationship with our customers. Our products line consist of most major brands, Goodman, Rheem, Carrier, Lennox, and Eternal.
We do boilers, swamp coolers, and rooftops. We operate with a low overhead and are able to offer our products at almost one-half of the price of the big companies and no gimmicks. Our work is guaranteed. We are a licensed, insured, NATE Certified, Xcel Preferred contractor and we are a member of the BBB.
Try us, we will treat you right.
Free estimate for new furnace or A/C installation and install a free humidifier for first time customers when purchasing either, when mentioning this special.
Licenses / Credentials:
• Heating and Air Conditioning Service and Repair
• Boilers Service and Repair
• Water Heaters (All Types) Service
• Swamp Coolers & New Duct Work Installation
Every home depends on the reliability of its heating and cooling system and an HVAC contractor is an integral part of your indoor comfort throughout the year. HVAC stands for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. An HVAC contractor is responsible for the installation and maintenance of heating, cooling, and ventilation systems in homes and buildings. Selecting the correct Westminster HVAC contractor for the job is as vital to your equipment’s operation as the equipment you choose.
Choosing a reliable Westminster HVAC contractor should be a simple process. Yet the simple fact is that a lot of people don’t have any idea what they should be looking for when they need to find a knowledgeable HVAC contractor. A dependable HVAC contractor is necessary for the proper installation and ongoing service of your heating and cooling system.
Before you can have a new system installed or work done on your older system, a Westminster HVAC contractor will need to do a physical inspection of the location or installed equipment. If any contractor attempts to give you an estimate over the phone without first checking out your project or investigating a problem in person you should avoid doing business with them. You might find that such a contractor is only interested in the profits and not in quality service.
The HVAC contractor will run through a complete checklist as well as determine the square footage of your home or business in order to run a heat-load calculation for the structure. The contractor should then give you a written estimate stating the cost for a new system or parts along with labor. If you plan on having new equipment installed, most Westminster HVAC contractors will usually have more than one option when it comes to available systems. You may be able to finance your system and receive an extended warranty as well.
If you’ve been having problems with your existing heating and cooling system a Westminster HVAC contractor should ask for details and following a thorough examination should then provide you with viable solutions. Often an existing system is just too small for the structure and a Westminster HVAC contractor can help you determine the correct size for your needs. You’ll save money with a system that is sized to fit your structure simply because it will be more energy efficient.
It’s important that any contractor have workers compensation as well as be bonded to protect your property from possible damage.
The Westminster HVAC contractor that you plan to hire should be listed in your local phone directory. Having a physical business address is probably a reliable indicator of an established business. An HVAC contractor should volunteer any contact information, including emergency contact numbers. If any contractor is lacking a business address or other appropriate contact information, how can you be sure they’ll be available if your system should ever need repairs?
Find out what type of equipment a Westminster HVAC contractor uses to test your heating system and how they detect potential levels of carbon monoxide to verify the safety of your home or business. How do they handle the recovery of refrigerants to make sure they are properly disposed of and don’t contaminate the air? Any HVAC contractor that handles refrigerants should possess an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) license.
You don’t need to accept the first bid that you receive. Talk with a few different HVAC contractors and ask for written estimates that you can compare. If you feel unsure about a specific company or contractor, keep looking for one that you feel is right for the job. Don’t simply accept the lowest bid because it seems like the cheapest offer. Have the contractor go over the estimate and show you how he is able to save you so much money. Don’t look for the cheapest deal on heating and cooling equipment. Instead look for the most reliable quality for the price.
You’ll want to choose a qualified Westminster HVAC contractor to install, upgrade or repair your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. A qualified contractor will behave in a professional manner. The contractor should arrive on time or call if they’re dealing with an emergency. Pride in their company and service should show in the clean and neat appearance of their office and trucks.
Don’t simply accept the lowest offer. You should choose the quote that provides you with the best system and service for your money. Your home or business’s heating and cooling system is a big investment and you need to make sure that any Westminster HVAC contractor you decide to work with will be there to back up that investment.
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"They were fair and honest with me and explained the repair."
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