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Found an open fuse on a Rheem condenser for a new customer!Near Unnamed, Denver, CO 80231
Performed annual maintenance on air conditioner.Near Utica St, Denver, CO 80212
Doing some maintenance on a Trane A/C unit.Near S Fulton Ct, Denver, CO 80231
Recent Plumbing ArticlesA quick introduction from a new Horizon Team Member:
Hi I’m Nick, I’m the new Master Plumber at Horizon Mechanical and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I’ve been a plumber for 16 years. I come from a family of plumbers, when I was a … Continue reading →I don’t want to know what’s in there!
A couple of months ago the newsletter included an article about drain cleaning. At that time we taped a video about drains, what clogs them and the different ways to clear them. Quite honestly the video wasn’t worth posting. One … Continue reading →Plumbing Inspections
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Recent Cooling ArticlesFurnace and Air Conditioning Rebates – up to $2500!
Is your furnace over 15 years old? It may be time to consider replacing it. Fall is the best time of year to explore your options. Trane is offering 36 months no interest financing or a cash rebate (up to … Continue reading →We love our customers!
As you all know, we have experienced the warmest summer in recorded history. Over the past couple of months we have received many calls from our existing customers, customer referrals and from new people calling us for the first time. … Continue reading →Buying an Air Conditioning System this season?
Is this the summer you are going to either add air conditioning to your home or replace your existing air conditioner? According to public data regarding homeownership, most homeowner’s purchase on average 1.5 air conditioning systems in their lifetime. Since … Continue reading →
Recent Indoor Air Quality ArticlesIndoor Air Quality – Make Your Home Cleaner and Safer
Steps you can take to make the air inside your home cleaner and ultimately – safer According to the EPA pollutants inside your home can be up to 100 times higher than outdoors. Indoor air quality is one of the … Continue reading →A “Safe-Haven” & Indoor Air Quality
This morning I am driving from DIA to my home in Highlands Ranch. The drive along E-470 is beautiful. There is very little development on either side of the road. It is still rural Colorado. To the east I can … Continue reading →
Recent Heating ArticlesHeating and Energy Tips for the Winter
The Fall Season is upon us, 2013 is giving way to a brand new year, and with that comes cooler weather. It might not be top of mind now, but soon your homes heating system will be running full throttle … Continue reading →Should you replace your furnace?
The following is an article from ACCA. ACCA is Air Conditioning Contractors of America Association, Inc. The article explains the changes that will be implemented next year regarding the mandatory efficiency of furnaces per region in the United States of … Continue reading →
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Before you call a professional, these helpful tips could eliminate an unexpected expense and save some frustration. Disclaimer- Please Do Not attempt to do any troubleshooting or maintenance work yourself if you are uncomfortable or are unfamiliar with proper procedures, … Continue reading
PROGRAM YOUR THERMOSTAT Programming a thermostat to energy-saving settings can lower the cost for heating your home by about 20%, (according to Xcel Energy). Programmable thermostats usually come programmed to the Energy-Star settings for maximum savings. The following information is … Continue reading
It has been cold and the furnace has been running a lot. As the day gets started, you turn on the light and get a shock from the light switch. Ouch! Then as you comb your child’s hair, it won’t … Continue reading