About Summit Heating & Air Conditioning | Metro DenverLearn who we are, what we stand for, and why our customers love us.
Dedicated Professionals since 1998
Some of our specialties include: residential and commercial Heating Repairs, Heating Installation, Heating Tune-Up, Furnace Repairs, Furnace Replacement, Boiler Repairs, Heat Pump Repairs, Water Heaters, Air Conditioning Installation, Air Conditioning Repairs, Air Conditioning Tune-Up, Emergency AC Service, Commercial Air Conditioning Air Cleaners, Filters, and Air Purifiers.
Metropolitan Denver Emergency Heating & AC Service: From routine maintenance to emergency repairs to quality installation of home comfort systems, Summit Heating & Air Conditioning works hard all day, every day to ensure that your needs are met and that you and your family can enjoy your home comfortably and worry-free. We’ll be there when you need us!
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Heating & Air Conditioning Tune-Ups
Heating and air conditioning manufacturers and major utility companies agree that performing an annual maintenance on your heating and air conditioning system will elongate the life of your HVAC system and prevent unnecessary breakdowns. We equate the life of your air conditioner similar to the life of a car. We are conditioned to change the oil and rotate the tires regularly because ignoring those simple things could lead to costly repairs. Our HVAC system needs the same kind of care as any other mechanical system, much like your car. Not only can we help to extend the life of your system, well-maintained equipment can save you as much as 20% or more per year on your utility bills!
Below are some of the things that we will cover in a 30-Point Heating or Air Conditioner tune-up. For the complete list give us a call at 720-255-0883 or SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT HERE. A 30-point tune-up from Summit will take anywhere from 60-90 minutes. Our professional service, affordable pricing and buy back guarantee are great reasons to schedule an appointment today!
Inspect coolant levels, test pressures, calibrate thermostat(s), check proper cycle and temperature, inspect and tighten wiring, inspect contacts, inspect capacitor, inspect evaporator coil, verify the condensate drain is clear, inspect and clean the condenser, inspect the outdoor disconnect, inspect the fan motor and blades, test compressor amps at startup, and of course, check for what’s known as The Silent Killer, Carbon Monoxide. And much, much more….
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