Furnace Repair

Denver, Littleton Colorado Furnace Repair

Since 1974, Southwest Heating & Cooling has gained extensive HVAC industry knowledge, experience and competency that ensure your furnace repair or service will be done right the first time.

Denver Furnace repairAll winter long, you depend on your furnace to meet the heating needs of your family and home.  If your furnace is not working, then your home is most likely cold.  In the Colorado Winter and Spring months, your furnace needs to be running at peak performance.  Southwest Heating and Cooling excels in furnace repair.  We have an amazing staff that is NATE certified and all posses excellent customer service skills.  We are always honest and upfront regarding our furnace repair pricing.

Southwest Heating and Cooling installs Trane® furnaces to outperform year after year. Beyond performance, we also provide options for energy-efficient operation. In fact, some of our furnaces operate at over 95% efficiency, which means that 95% of the fuel you pay for is actually converted into heat for your home.

Energy Efficiency is very important to families.  Do you feel that your heating utility bills are too high? One problem may be in the efficiency of your furnace and air conditioner.  What if you could reduce your heating bill up to 30%? Easy solution is to have professionals perform a preventative maintenance before the Summer cooling and Winter heating seasons begin will increase the life of the system, improve energy efficiency, reduce pollutants and save money.

A dirty furnace filter can restrict airflow and increase energy use in your home. Keeping your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted can save about five percent on heating costs. To increase the efficiency of your furnace, replace or clean filters once a month during operating seasons.

Southwest Heating provide, furnace repair to existing furnace, boilers, and heat pumps.  We also install Trane Furnaces, air conditioning and heater pumps.  You can also schedule furnace service, boiler or heat pump maintenance in order to maintain the longevity of your heating unit.