HVAC Equipment and Service

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. HVAC is most often used to read more.

Look at the label on the outer surface of the equipment for a manufacture date. If the equipment is less than five years old it may have a warranty, but also may not read more.

Yes. Loud heating and cooling equipment increase sound pollution. Although no cost savings are tied to a quieter home environment, the sound rating of a cooling system can have a considerable effect on comfort and enjoyment of your Denver home. The sound level of an air conditioner or heat pump depends on a variety of factors, such as the age and make of the equipment, and read more

A Service Call fee is a fee for the expense associated with the time and travel to diagnose, inspect and provide expert recommendations for a home's heating or air conditioning system by a read more

A popping sound is a typically sign of an under-sized duct design. It may have to do with greater air flow than the duct work is built for. Have a qualified company analyze your home's ventilation system for proper design and recommend adjustments. Improper duct work layout can cause several ventilation and air quality problems, including read more

The answer is, probably so. Here's why.

Matched System Design: All air conditioner and heat pump outdoor units are precisely intended to work with a matched indoor unit for optimal efficiency and performance. The outcome of this matched equipment is a harmonized, top-performance team that ensures dependability and efficiency. Air conditioner and heat pump outdoor units may "work" with indoor units other than those for which they have been specifically fabricated; however, the effect would be a definite compromise in system performance.

Design Advances: As research has improved, indoor blower coil units have undergone numerous design advances — especially in the areas of air handling performance, filtering efficiency and operating sound levels. An up-to-date outdoor unit will also comprise the read more

Similar to a value menu at a local restaurant, charging a flat rate cost in place of an hourly cost makes available more value for our customers because all costs are included, the read more.

You probably wouldn't buy a brand-new car and assume to never have to inflate the tires, change the oil and investigate any strange noises. Your home comfort system is read more

There are several possibilities that can cause your HVAC system to freeze up; almost all of them usually need to be corrected by a professional technician. Ensuring the air filter is clean or replaced and confirming the airflow is not restricted are about the only read more

If you are replacing your Denver area home air conditioner, furnace or heat pump, it is the right time to also install a new zoning system to address hot and cold spots or special temperature preferences in the read more

Air handlers and furnaces aren't often found by each other. If you have a furnace you likely don't need to consider an air handler. Air handlers are usually paired with heat pumps and help manage airflow throughout read more.
We service all makes and models. Our licensed, highly qualified NATE-certified technicians have years of established experience in maintaining all brands of HVAC equipment.
A burst water pipe in your home will cause damage eventually, depending on the location and seriousness of the pipe damage. Whether large or small, a burst pipe and resulting water will hurt your walls read more.
At Service Experts, we carry a extensive number of conventional tank-style water heaters read more.
Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning has options for financing and provides a monthly investment plan so you can feel confident buying a heating and cooling system that meets your needs read more.
Our home comfort professionals will explain the options for various systems read more.
Yes. Our Experts are just minutes away, whether you’re in need of a furnace repair in the middle of a cold winter night read more.
Saving Energy at Home

With energy costs soaring, there are a few steps you can take to help reduce the expenses of heating and cooling your home. HVAC equipment usually uses more energy than any other appliance in the home. This inevitably shows up every month on utility costs each month, but it's important to remember that energy costs can be controlled in several ways.

Maintenance: One way to control energy costs is to schedule annual maintenance to make sure your furnace and air conditioner is running properly and efficiently. Operating dirty heating or cooling equipment can result in unnecessary loss of efficiency and may even damage the equipment.

High Efficiency: If you are in the market for a new home comfort system, consider purchasing a high-efficiency system. They are designed to help reduce your energy costs as well as help conserve natural resources. When choosing a new home comfort system, pay close attention to the SEER rating of the air conditioner and the AFUE of the furnace. The higher the SEER or AFUE, the higher the efficiency and savings.

Zoning: Zoning can drastically lower your heating costs. Zoning divides your home into separate comfort areas, which are heated or cooled based on the occupancy of the rooms. That means a zoning system allows each room in your home to potentially have its own temperature setting. With a zoning system, you no longer pay to heat or cool areas of your home that are rarely used, and your family gets the exact temperature you want in highly occupied rooms.

Programmable Thermostats: Programmable thermostats can make a huge difference in energy consumption. Since you can proactively set a schedule for the days and times that the home is occupied, these thermostats are able to deliver exact comfort, efficiency and energy savings. For example, if you're going to be away, you can set the whole house at an energy-saving temperature to avoid heating or cooling an empty house and conserving energy in the process.

If you notice that your showers are turning too cool sooner, your tank water heater could be the issue. Tankless water heaters do away with that problem completely because read more.
If your toilet is constantly running, the most likely culprits include the failing read more.
One of the most common reasons your dishwasher might not drain properly is due to an obstruction or clog in the read more.
Indoor Air Quality

No, HVAC air filters vary in quality and size, and some have specs that others don't. In most cases we recommend installing the filter your HVAC manufacturer recommends pairing up with your installed equipment, but you may be tempted to try another filter type for convenience or to remove read more.

Yes, with a capital Y.E.S. Exposure to air pollutants can be up to 100 times higher indoors than outdoors. The American Lung Association estimates that most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors, making indoor air quality (IAQ) important for homeowners to know about. Many common household items contribute to poor indoor air quality. Compounds found in read more

The best method of detection is to use a carbon monoxide detector in a central location. A carbon monoxide detector is a device very similar to a smoke alarm. It monitors the air for carbon monoxide and read more

You may have tried to get rid of indoor odors by spraying air fresheners or lighting candles. Unfortunately, these tactics only mask the odors, they don't get rid of them. These remedies may in fact negatively affect indoor air quality from read more

The best way to choose the correct humidifier is by having a home health report performed by Service Experts. Every house is different, and every family is different. So, every humidification need is also different. There are a couple factors read more

Every person and every home entails a different comfort need. The threshold of irritancy and triggers that affect people’s health and comfort combine to determine the proper solutions. High threshold levels may require simple read more

According to studies conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, exposure to air pollutants indoors can be 100 times higher than outdoors. Frequent dusting and vacuuming can help reduce the amount of dust and dust mites present in your home. However, not all read more

Depending on the model you choose and the size of your house, a humidifier may use from 1.5 to 12 gallons per day when the furnace is operating. The amount of water read more

How often to change your air filters can depend on several factors:

  • the type of air filter you are using
  • the overall indoor air quality
  • how many pets are in the home
  • the number of people occupying the home, and
  • the level of air pollution and construction around the home

For basic 1"-3" air filters, manufacturers usually read more

Yes. Carbon monoxide can be an invisible threat to health and safety in the home. Though more commonly thought to be associated with fireplaces and vehicle emissions, carbon monoxide poisoning read more

When in heating mode, people are confined indoors with unusually dry air for many months each year. Humidifiers help [[to keep comfortable levels of moisture|create the ideal humidity level and comfort|the right comfort level of read more

When inhaled, carbon monoxide attaches to with the red blood cells in the blood and displaces the oxygen our bodies need to survive. Carbon monoxide combines with the red blood cells over 200 times more easily than oxygen and creates a read more

Allergies and asthma are two health problems that could be helped with cleaner indoor air. When airborne irritants are removed, allergy and asthma sufferers often find relief from their symptoms. Even those in good health who may read more

Unfortunately, the symptoms caused by carboxyhemoglobin saturation are easily overlooked because they appear to be flu-like. With mild exposure, most people experience headaches, fatigue and read more

Prevention is the most important step. Taking proper safety measures will reduce your risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Because automobiles are a major cause of carbon monoxide poisoning, always take your car out of the garage to let it warm up. Never leave it read more

Many everyday household items may contribute to poor indoor air quality. Compounds found in carpeting, furniture, upholstery and drapery fabric constantly emit gases or fumes. Other sources of pollutants can include cleaning agents, paint and read more

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that is produced by the incomplete combustion of fuels such as wood, natural gas, gasoline, diesel, kerosene, coal and charcoal. It is caused by read more

Indoor Air Quality is a term used to define the level or amount of air pollution that exists inside a house or building, particularly occupied areas or rooms. Exposure to air pollutants can be up to read more

Installing a humidifier is typically an easy job when, at the same time, you change out your furnace. But you can also have a humidifier fitted to your read more

It is generally recommended that a home's humidity level be between 30 and 60 percent. However, during extremely cold weather, a home loses humidity to the outdoors and the level may drop to as low as 10 percent. When humidity levels drop, we suggest you have a whole-home humidifier to help ensure that the proper level of moisture is present throughout the house. Not having enough moisture in the air can cause dryness in the membranes of the read more

Dry air in your home can make your throat feel dry or aggravate respiratory ailments. During cooler or cold weather, your home rapidly loses its humidity to the outdoors. Humidity levels could [[drop to as low as 10 percent|even go down as low as read more

Always run cold water when you use your garbage disposal and include a small amount of dish soap when cleaning it. Complete a weekly rinse of read more

Our Health and Safety Commitment
At Service Experts, our top priority is always the health and safety of our customers and team. We are following all COVID-19 (Coronavirus) public safety guidelines and adjusting our business practices as needed to ensure customer and employee wellbeing. As a precautionary measure, anyone working on behalf of Service Experts – including our technicians – is being asked to stay home for the recommended 14 day quarantine period if they are returning from out-of-country, have been exposed to a presumptive or confirmed case, or are feeling unwell. We are providing our technicians and other field employees with additional health and safety guidance to assist in keeping our customers and employees safe. Please be prepared to answer brief health and safety questions with our representative. We will continue to monitor the situation and will adjust our business practices as required. We recognize that this may be a particularly stressful time and want you to know that, we are committed to serving you and making your experience as easy as possible.