Colorado weather can be unpredictable. One thing we all know is when that summer heat comes, we want to stay cool. The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling is your one-stop-shop for staying cool and comfortable all summer long. With over 30 years of experience in the Heating and Cooling field, our certified Air Conditioning Technicians will get you back to cool in no time. Whether it’s a brand-new install, repairing an existing unit, or replacing one that can’t quite keep up anymore, we have the perfect solution for you and your home.
There are so many options these days for cooling your home and it’s not always easy to decide what will be best for you. Our certified Comfort Specialists are always on hand to walk you through the ins and outs of finding the perfect cooling system. We offer free in-home estimates for all equipment replacements or new installations. A certified Comfort Specialist will discuss your home comfort goals and provide the best options to suit your needs, whether it be whole-house cooling or just a room or two, The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling has options for everyone.
Ductless mini-split systems provide ideal cooling for smaller sections of a home or individual rooms, and in cooling a smaller area at once, you can greatly reduce energy costs. It is ideal for homes that don’t yet have ductwork installed or where installing ductwork isn’t a viable option. We proudly offer Rheem, Samsung, or LG ductless mini-split units.
Looking to cool your whole house? We are a proud Rheem Pro Partner and are able to offer multiple solutions that best fit your home and budget.
Home comfort is our specialty. When your furnace or boiler stops working or isn’t working as efficiently as you would like, we will be there to fix it and keep you comfortable.
Heating is one of the most important components of a home. We want to keep you comfortable, but we also want to keep you safe. In the middle of the winter, the last thing you want is a heating system that has failed. We service all makes and models, including Carrier, Trane, Rheem, Ruud, Goodman, Amana, and many others.
A yearly maintenance agreement is a great way to ensure that your system is running properly in any season.
Budget is also important, so we focus on energy-efficient products at fair prices. We also provide financing if that’s the best option for you. We want you to be comfortable year-round and trust the service and quality of the work we have done. Our team of highly skilled technicians is trained in a full range of heating services. We can install, replace, and repair heating equipment of all shapes and sizes, including furnaces, ductwork, and thermostats.
We will help you choose the best heating system for your home, price range, and preference. We proudly offer Rheem products, in addition to others.
Efficiency ratings are a big concern these days as we want energy and cost savings in our homes. The annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating given to furnaces is used to measure the energy efficiency of a heating system.
Most residential heating systems available provide an AFUE rating of 80%. High-efficiency furnaces will start at a minimum of 90% and going as high as 98%. Choosing one with a rating of at least 90% helps ensure you get the highest possible performance out of your heating system for years to come. Systems with higher AFUE ratings can be more expensive, so be sure to discuss this with your technician to find the right fit to keep your home and family comfortable.
When you call The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling, our team of certified, skilled technicians will help you quickly and accurately. There are many options when it comes to thermostats. From basic, digital, and Wi-Fi compatible, The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling can help you choose the one that’s right for you and your system.
While most ductwork is completed in the new construction phase, there are times when it needs to be updated, moved, or replaced. Our team of specialists can help you determine what would be best in your home.
Does your boiler system need to be repaired? Regardless of your repair or service needs, The Furnace Guy Heating has a trained, skilled technician ready to help. Our technicians are Control Specialists and carry a national mechanical license.
Years of experience working on boilers give us the knowledge to repair and service your boiler to the highest standards. Rest assured, your boiler will be up and running in no time, regardless of the brand or model. We do boiler re-tubing, calibration, controls and wiring, tanks and pumps, and heat exchangers.
We service and install gas boilers. Proper annual maintenance is required to protect against costly repairs and damaged property from boiler failure.
Needing a tune-up? We are happy to do any repairs, service, and maintenance on your boiler system. All work is guaranteed to meet applicable codes and the highest industry standards. We use only the best replacement parts to maximize the longevity of the repairs made.
If you find yourself sneezing frequently, are noticing a lot of dust buildup, dryness, or just overall home “staleness”, you may want to consider an indoor air purification system. UV is proven effective at sterilizing mold and other biological contaminants and reduces the need for system cleaning.
The EPA says that indoor air pollution is often five times worse than the outdoors and represents a significant health risk. Using UV to improve indoor air quality, we are sterilizing mold, bacteria, viruses, and allergens from the air as it cycles through the central air system.
If you are looking at a whole-house humidifier, The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling can help. Too much humidity can cause problems, but here in El Paso County, we are typically in need of additional humidity, especially during the winter months.
Humidification — the process of adding moisture to the air — is an important component of indoor comfort. When properly controlled, humidity offers a reduction in respiratory ailments, including allergy and asthma symptoms, less damage to wood and electronics due to dry air and static electricity build-up, and even less dry skin and bloody noses.
Whole-home humidifier systems are designed to bring comfort by delivering a balanced amount of moisture into your home. They are installed directly into your home’s central heating and cooling system, and maintenance is low.