Why We Offer The Best Furnace Colorado Springs Residents Love?
In our experience, a furnace requires only the most intelligent professional because such a system deals with controlled burning, and unless you want your home to end in a big KABOOM, then Elevation Mechanical is the only trusted company in Colorado Springs that you should hire for the job; our safety precautions and procedures are the absolute best. Even when those faults inevitably arrive, Elevation Mechanical still resolves the issue the quickest, still being the most efficient furnace repair Colorado Springs people can find.
Our job starts before you purchase your furnace, meaning that our in-house experts not only give knowledgeable advice on the appropriate furnace size to purchase, but also provide cross-reference reviews for a more detailed scale of cost-efficiency examination. Of course, we also offer furnace installation, which allows you to sit back and let us do all of the work instead; we are eager to please your every need.
Types of Furnaces We Maintain
- Natural gas furnace: this is the go-to option for the typical American household, as they are not only suitable for tight budget households in Colorado Springs. Over the years, Elevation Mechanical has mastered the art of servicing natural gas furnaces; we have explored the top causes of error that continuously appear with a natural gas furnace such as filters that easily clog up, ignition problems, thermostats that keep breaking, and insufficient heat circulation.
- Electric furnace: an electric furnace is not only a cost-efficient buy, but its operation and maintenance are easier; in fact, at Elevation Mechanical, we even deliver simple DIY maintenance tips that will help you save money on maintenance.
- Oil furnaces: a classic furnace that’s not as commonly used anymore, but still remains a viable option is the oil furnace; we offer more specialized maintenance options for oil furnaces, as the process can sometimes be messy. Some of the common defects are burner smoke, odors and fumes, continuous chimney smoke, clattering noises from the furnace, and a sudden furnace malfunction.