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Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Business Status: Our office & showroom will be closed until further notice. Call 303-936-2696 for Emergency HVAC service. Regarding Coronavirus Safety Precautions Prioritizing the health and wellness of everyone we interact with is our highest priority. We will continue to closely monitor and assess the impact of the coronavirus to protect our employees, customers,

2020-03-21T00:59:18+00:00March 18th, 2020|Day & Night Mechanical Solutions, News|

When to Buy a Ductless HVAC System?

A ductless HVAC system is a heating and cooling system that allows for temperature control in individual rooms or spaces as opposed to duct systems that control the temperature of an entire building. Mini-split systems and unit heaters are both great ductless solutions.  Mini-split systems have two main parts: an outdoor compressor and an

5 Tips to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter

Winter is coming. But instead of a blizzard of Game of Thrones-style white walkers to worry about, you need to prepare your furnace to handle actual winter weather.  When Fall hits and the temperatures begin to drop, it’s time to change your system over from air conditioning to heating. The following are five tips

2020-02-14T19:19:14+00:00September 25th, 2019|Day & Night Mechanical Solutions, Furnace, Heating, HVAC, Service, Thermostats, Tips|

When Does Your Air Conditioning or Heating System Need Service?

Heating and cooling systems need more than just annual HVAC maintenance checkups. There are several maintenance tasks to perform throughout the year to keep your HVAC running at optimal efficiency. Some of these tasks require bringing in a specialist, but many of these tasks can be performed by you, the homeowner.  By knowing which

Does My Fridge Need Refrigerant?

What is Refrigerant? If your refrigerator is no longer keeping your food cold you may assume it needs more Freon—the trademarked name for liquid refrigerant. However, this assumption may be incorrect because Freon is pressurized inside a closed system. Unless the system has been compromised or damaged, Freon should not leak out. A warm

7 Ways to Fix Hot and Cold Rooms

Does your home resemble the Goldilocks’ fairy tale—one room’s too hot, one’s too cold, while another is just right? You can put that fairy tale to bed by following a few simple tips: Check Filters for Cleanliness Keeping your filters clean improves your home’s air quality, increases your furnace’s efficiency, and extends the life