Locally owned and operated.  Serving the Denver-metro area.

We only hire NATE certified and licensed technicians. All of our junior tech work towards them. Ask us to see our credentials. 

We are a Xcel contractor, so ask us about energy rebates!

Authorized dealer of Lennox, Goodman  and indoor air products. 

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Colorado Heating & Air Company
Whether you’re looking for heating and air conditioning system repair, maintenance or replacement, we've got you covered!
We provide top brands & service them all, no matter where you bought it or who installed it.

Colorado Heating & Air Company has low overhead and great relationships with our suppliers so our prices are competitive. Do your homework and shop around, you'll see!
Got an EMERGENCY? Call anytime, day or night!
These are just a few of the heating and air conditioning system products we repair, maintain and replace:

  • Central Air Systems (Central Air Conditioning)
  • Forced Air Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Hot Water Heating Systems (Boilers)
  • Air Cleaners
  • Humidifiers

What is NATE Certified 

NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence and is an independent organization that certifies installation or service technicians with a knowledge-based test. A recent survey says that 87% of air conditioning and heating consumers prefer certified technicians. Organizations that are part of the NATE coalition include the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers.

To become certified installation and/or service technicians, these technicians must pass both core and specialty parts of either an installation or service test with a score of 70 or better. Specialties include heat pump, air conditioning, air distribution, oil heat and gas heat.

The NATE test is not easy, and not all technicians pass it the first time. NATE certification verifies that the technicians who pass are the best in the trade when it comes to knowledge and experience installing or servicing your home heating or cooling system.

Call your dealer for an appointment and ask if their installation and service technicians are NATE-certified. Look for the NATE logo when you need service on your current system or a new comfort system.

An informed customer makes for a happier customer as well as making the process smoother. Here are a few     HVAC (heating, ventilation, & air conditioning) tips to help you make the best decisions for your home and family. 
Heating and air conditioning tips
1. right size your unit
An electronic load calculation performed by a trained contractor can match the right unit to your home. It takes into account your home’s size, directional orientation, window configuration, insulation and more. An electronic load calculation is especially valuable if you’ve made any insulation or structural modifications to your home.

2.  Use the right filtration system
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates an average person breathes in 2 teaspoons of pollutants each day. Adding electronic air cleaners to your new system can filter out up to 95% of pollutants like pollen, bacteria, plant spores, dust and more.

3. Look for the Energy Star® logo
The Energy Star program provides energy efficiency ratings on products with the goal of saving you money and protecting our environment. Energy Star rated heating and air conditioning products, when properly sized and installed, can save you up to 20% on your annual energy bills. Look for the Energy Star® logo. Units labeled “Energy Efficient” may not adhere to the same strict standards.

4. Don’t neglect the duct work
Your heating and air conditioning unit is only as good as the ducts it uses. Duct design, cleanliness and system size all factor into performance and efficiency. Be sure to discuss this with your contractor before you decide on a system.

5.  Make sure your refrigerant is up-to-date
Units manufactured prior to 2010 may use R-22 refrigerant. The newer generation of R410A/Puron Refrigerant can bump the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) from 13 to 22, improving unit efficiency up to 7%. Statistics show that units using this refrigerant have fewer warranty incidents and compressor failures. It’s also a non-ozone depleting product.

6.  Consider the long-term costs
While a bargain unit may look appealing, it could wind up costing you much more over time. Don’t forget to factor in installation and energy costs, long term reliability and potential compromises in your standard of living.  

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