During the Covid-19 Crisis, Finish Line Heating & Cooling is open for business like normal, whether you are in need of service for your HVAC equipment or are interested in new equipment for your home or business, we’re here to help.

Due to an increase in calls we are receiving concerning indoor air quality and how it can help with Covid-19 we’ve created a page with further information on what products we service and install that can help improve your home or business’ air quality.

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Your Full-Service Heating and Cooling Professionals

Finish Line Heating and Cooling, Serving Denver, Colorado

For over 15 years, Finish Line has been your full-service heating and cooling professionals here in the Denver, Colorado area. Our company specializes in complete HVAC installations and servicing for both residential customers and small commercial properties. We can design and set-up systems for newly constructed homes or businesses, as well as retrofit older spaces with modern, high-efficiency HVAC.

A family owned and operated business, Finish Line Heating and Cooling provides highly personalized service while striving to exceed the expectations of every customer.

We’ll work with you to customize a system that’s safe, reliable, energy-efficient, and most importantly, fits your budget. We understand that HVAC systems, while a necessity, require a significant investment. As your full-service heating and cooling professionals, our main focus is to make every dollar go farther and provide you with a system that delivers exceptional value. Finish Line is also an Xcel Energy rebates program partner – we’ll help you maximize all current rebates and government tax credits.

Call and talk to us to learn more about everything we offer: forced air heating, gas furnace installation, furnace repair, central air conditioning, as well as hydronic heating and evaporative cooling.

I need a new AC
American Standard AC and Furnace Repair Denver

To keep you cool and comfortable during Denver’s hot summer months, Finish Line can install an Armstrong AC unit that fits your specific needs.

As an alternative to AC, we can install an evaporative cooler from PMI. This option uses less energy while helping to lower home temperatures.

Don’t go another winter with an old or subpar furnace. Finish Line offers Armstrong furnaces for every budget, including single-stage and variable speed.

If you have a hydronic system, we can upgrade or replace an inefficient boiler with a modern, energy-saving version that may help lower your utility bill

As full-service heating and cooling professionals, Finish Line also provides air cleaners, whole-home humidifiers and programmable thermostats.

When you need hot water Finish Line Heating & Cooling. We install, service and repair tankless or even an indirect fired water heater, we provide all the top brands and best options.

About Finish Line Heating & Cooling

For over 15 years, our family owned and operated company has been working hard to provide all of our friends and neighbors here in Denver with safe, reliable and affordable HVAC systems. Our main goal is to earn your business for life by listening to your needs and delivering on every promise.

We look forward to being your full-service heating and cooling professionals!

What Our Clients Think

smart thermostats

What is zoning?

Whatever the number of rooms in your home, you’ll know that each of them doesn’t require exactly the same level of heating all the time. And that’s where zoning comes in. This a way to create controlled delivery of heating (and cooling), perhaps for a single room, but equally for a group of rooms where…
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Electronic thermostat Finish Line Heating & Cooling Denver CO

Three ways to be more comfortable in your home

As fall approaches, and with winter then lurking, you’ll likely be spending more time in your home. For maximum comfort, here are three suggestions to consider… A humidifier: the solution to getting an unwelcome zap when you touch a light switch! An electric air cleaner: after being out in a summer of fresh air, you’ll…
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Getting the most out of your Air Conditioning

How air conditioners dehumidify the air

Air conditioners are designed with a refrigerant which, when operating, takes heat out of the air. When the air is cooled, the amount of moisture that air can hold decreases and condensation forms. The coils in most air conditioners slope with a drain at the bottom so the water is drained away. If you live…
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