Cool Sunshine Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Noises from a Heater You Shouldn’t Ignore

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

woman-ears-no-soundWhen a heater in Denver breaks down in the middle of winter, it’s a problem that’s impossible to ignore. We need our central heaters in Colorado, and you know to call in technicians ASAP when the problem cannot be solved by replacing a blown fuse or changing a battery in the thermostat.

But some problems with a furnace are easy to ignore. You might think that a noise from within your furnace is not such a big deal, but we think this is a mistake. Letting a noise in your heater go unchecked can result in more trouble than it’s worth, and these are things you shouldn’t ignore.

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Radiant vs. Forced-Air Heating for Homes

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

pressure-gauge-boilerFrom time to time, we hear people use the terms “boiler” and “furnace” interchangeably. However, these are two very different systems, and we believe that difference is important to know if you own a home in our area.

While furnaces use forced-air ventilation systems, as with your air conditioner, boilers use an entirely different type of system for radiant heating. Learn more about these differences—and find out which may be the better choice for your home—in today’s quick guide!

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When to Repair or Replace Your Home’s Furnace

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

There’s one big question homeowners have when we show up to look at a broken-down furnace. “Do I have to replace it?” Of course, you’d prefer the system could be fixed. We would prefer that too! Our ultimate goal is customer satisfaction, and people are always happy when they can save money.

However, there are times when repairing a furnace just doesn’t make sense. Eventually, your furnace will need replacement, and we’re here to help you understand why. For a thorough diagnosis and assessment, contact a local technician.

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4 Ways to Save Money on Heating Costs

Monday, November 13th, 2017

piggy-bank-coinIf you already feel like you’re over budget on your heating bills for the season, there may be something you can do. In our area, high bills are common once temperatures begin to drop, and they’re only going up from here. But you probably don’t have to spend as much as you think. Check out our list of ways to save this year!

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How to Choose the Right Heating System

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

furnace-flame-gas-bluePicking out the right sofa for your home or the perfect high-definition TV is a much different process than picking out a heating system. You’re not looking for the perfect design or the best picture; instead, you need a heater that will work correctly in your home.

There is likely one type of system that is the best fit for your home, but this won’t be the best fit for everyone. Today, we’re offering a guide to help you pick out the best heater you can, one that’s just right for your home.

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3 Reasons to Maintain Your Heating Equipment EARLY!

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

furnace-repair-serviceFall is nearly here, and yet, we haven’t started to feel the effects in Denver. Just last week, temperatures approached almost 90°F, and they’re not falling very quickly! And yet, we believe it’s important for residents to start thinking about the state of their heating systems. It may not seem like an urgent issue, but it will be once temperatures take that unexpected turn.

It’s advisable to tune up your heating system as early in the fall as possible, even if you’re still running the AC. We’ll give you three good reasons to call in technicians for a tune-up of your furnace in today’s guide.

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Check Out Our Blog for the Latest in HVAC Technology

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Be sure to bookmark the Cool Sunshine Heating and Air Conditioning blog for updates on the latest advances in HVAC technology.

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Call Cool Sunshine Heating and Air Conditioning for all your air conditioning, heating and indoor air quality needs.

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