Furnace and Boiler Repair
Whether you have a leak, a part in need of replacement, specific heat loss, or one of a variety of other potential furnace and boiler problems, we’ve got it covered. The technicians at Applewood will take care of your issue quickly and efficiently. We have over half a century’s experience taking care of home heating systems in Denver. It’s safe to say we know what to do to keep your home safe and warm when you need it.
Furnace and Boiler Maintenance
Did you know that inefficient heating system operation can increase your monthly bills by as much as 10-15%? Not to mention how uncomfortable it is to go without properly working heat in the middle of a chilly Colorado winter. Systems that aren’t properly maintained are the main cause of high cost, low efficiency, and low-quality heating in any home.
The professionals at Applewood can help you avoid these problems by coming to your home for regular furnace and boiler maintenance. These visits include your technician cleaning and checking the burner, combustion chamber, heat exchanger surfaces, and flue pipe for your furnace and boiler. If they come across any problem areas during the inspection, they will let you know where the problem is along with suggestions regarding how to fix it.
Additionally, we offer convenient yearly service agreements that allow you to make the process of extending your equipment’s life and decreasing your monthly heating bills easier than ever.
Types of Furnaces
Whatever type of furnace you are using in your home, the team of trained technicians at Applewood are ready and eager to help. Please contact us or schedule a service by using the buttons below.
- Single Stage Furnace
Your furnace and fan are either on or off. Pretty simple, huh? A single-stage furnace technically has multiple speeds since every home has a unique heat load that is calculated for you by your heating and air conditioning contractor.
- Two-Stage Furnaces
Two-stage furnaces are more efficient and more effective at heating your home. Furnaces are like light bulbs; they operate better if they are turned on and left on. If you flick a light switch on and off, over and over, that bulb is toast. The same goes for furnaces. A furnace like this one uses less gas and is easier on the machine.
- Multi-Speed Furnaces
In single-stage furnaces, if you want your fan on for circulation, it is always on high. It is the only option. In variable furnaces, the fan turns over slowly to maintain air circulation while being easy on your utility bill.