The popularity of evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers, is on the rise in Denver. While evaporative coolers were once seen as a cheap solution for homes that didn’t have the ductwork needed to install air conditioning, they are now viewed as an attractive option due to the dramatic technological improvements made by the top brands. But how much will one of these new breed of high tech swamp coolers cost you?
In the last 6 months, two well-known Denver heating and air companies have closed their doors. Both of these now defunct outfits had been in business for years, and had dozens of technicians and company trucks on the road. So naturally, you would think they were thriving, successful businesses, right? Actually, despite their outward appearance of success and stability, both of these companies had been hanging by a thread for years. While customers had no idea how much financial trouble these two companies were in, many of the executives at Denver’s top heating and air companies knew it was only a matter of time before both companies went under.
I would think most people who use contractor referral sites HomeAdvisor or Angie’s List just don’t know who else to turn to, and they don’t want to take a few minutes to do a little research on local heating and air companies here in Denver. It’s probably unlikely that someone who has already had a good experience with one of the well-known Denver furnace repair companies would turn to a contrtact referral website.
This latest blast of winter weather has us and just about all the best furnace repair companies in Denver completely booked for at least the next several days. Even when we can’t take any more appointments for our technicians, we still try to help customers by giving them the name and phone number of another reputable heating repair company they can call.