Denver's Most Trusted Air
Conditioning Repair Service!
Do you need air conditioning repairs? Here are the Top 3 most important things homeowners look for when choosing which Denver air conditioner repair service to call…
- Fast, reliable air conditioning repair service
- Qualified air conditioning repair technicians
- Upfront, transparent pricing
Fast, Reliable Air Conditioning Repair Service
We're available 7 days a week when you need a company you can trust to repair your Denver air conditioning system. We offer same day and emergency air conditioning repair at no extra charge. All A/C repairs are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Qualified & Trustworthy Air
Conditioning Repair Techs
You can count on us to do the job right the first time. Our air conditioning repair technicians receive top-notch training, and are qualified to repair all major brands and models of air conditioners. Everyone on our team must pass extensive background checks before they are hired, and ongoing random drug testing, so you know that your home and your family are safe with us.
Upfront, Transparent Pricing On
All Air Conditioning Repairs
You won't have to worry about open-ended hourly costs, or hidden charges when you trust Altitude Comfort to repair your air conditioner. We offer fixed-pricing on all air conditioning repairs, so you know the cost in advance - regardless of how long it takes. Our flat-rate Diagnostic Charge covers the cost of having a professional technician come to your home and diagnose the problem with your A/C unit.
Why Denver Homeowners Trust
Altitude Comfort For Air Conditioning Repairs
- Repairs Are 100% Guaranteed.
- No fine print. Straightforward Pricing.
- No open-ended hourly billing.
- No Extra Charges For Emergency Service.
- We're here when you need us and we employ professional HVAC repair technicians.
- Highly-trained, courteous, and background checked.
We Repair All Major Air Conditioner Brands And Models!
Do You Have An Air Conditioning
Problem In Your Denver Home?
We all take our air conditioner for granted… until it's not working properly and our home becomes unbearably hot. Some of the most common air conditioning problems in Denver include:
Problems With the Sensor
If your A/C unit is cycling on and off continuously or acting erratically, the sensor might not be in position.
You can't solve this problem by simply adding more refrigerant. You need a professional HVAC technician to repair the leak, then test the repair, and determine how much refrigerant is needed to properly recharge the system.
Dirty Filters or Air Conditioning Coils
Not performing proper regular maintenance to keep the A/C coil clean can cause your air conditioning system to perform poorly in the Denver summer heat. Dirty air filters create a drag on both your air conditioner and your furnace, and rob the system of performance.
Compressor and Air Fans Wear Out
When your air conditioning system frequently cycles on and off, it creates more wear and tear on the components and can shorten the life of your compressor and fans. Wires and terminals can also begin to corrode, so it's important to have a highly-trained technician check the connections.
When your air conditioner is working overtime in the Denver summer heat, it's not uncommon for the condensate drain to clog or not drain properly.
Most Denver home owners, especially those with an older air conditioner or furnace, appreciate the many benefits of having professional HVAC technicians help maintain and extend the life of their HVAC systems.
Altitude Comfort Heating & Air provides Denver, Colorado residents with year-round heating & air conditioning repair and service by highly-trained technicians who truly care about the quality of their work.
If you're experiencing a problem with your air conditioner, and you want a reliable company that guarantees the work will be done right, Call us at 303-505-3406 to speak with an Altitude Comfort professional right now.
Ideas To Help Keep Your
Family Cool In The Summer
Close your shutters, drapes, and blinds during the part of the day when the sun hits those sides of the house.
Replace your incandescent light bulbs with a new fluorescent bulb. Fluorescent bulbs produce the same amount of light, but use just 20% of the energy and heat of an incandescent bulb.
Invest in a furnace with a variable speed fan.
Your furnace is responsible for circulating the air in your home even during the summer months. A variable speed fan will keep your home more comfortable and help decrease your utility bills.
Weatherstrip all your doors and windows to prevent warm air from seeping in from outside.
Weatherstripping your home is a great way to lower your energy bills.
Replace the air filter in your furnace every month so your air conditioning system runs at peak performance.
Keep in mind that high-efficiency air filters are very restrictive because they are so tightly woven. These high-efficiency filters inhibit the airflow through your HVAC system, causing it to work much harder. If you need ultra high-efficiency air filtration in your home, consider an electronic air cleaner.
Make sure your air conditioner is inspected and serviced by a professional HVAC technician at least once every year.