Furnace Repair & Installation
Finish Line Heating and Cooling, Serving Denver, Colorado
Cold winters in Denver, Colorado make properly working furnaces a must-have. At Finish Line Heating and Cooling, we’ll walk you through choosing an efficient furnace that meets your home’s exact needs, even your budget. Whether your current unit suddenly gave out or you’ve been planning to replace an older furnace, our goal at Finish Line is to provide you with the best value for your money.
To ensure we install the ideal model for your home, we’ll first determine the BTUs needed to produce the right amount of heated air. Along with the square footage of your home, we’ll also look at what type of insulation is being used, ceiling height, window types and sizes, and home positioning. Based on our heat-loss calculation, we’ll only recommend furnaces that meet your needs.
Make sure your family is cozy and warm with help from Finish Line Heating and Cooling.
Finish Line Provides Armstrong Furnaces
With over 15 years of installing furnaces across the Denver metro area, the team at Finish Line Heating and Cooling have found Armstrong products to meet our rigorous standards for energy-efficiency, cost-effectiveness and reliability. Their heat exchangers come with limited lifetime warranties, and they offer a 10-year parts warranty. To give you absolute peace of mind, we’ll even throw in a 10-year labor warranty of our own.
By going with Armstrong products, our customers can choose from:
- Single-Stage Furnaces: These units continually disperse the maximum amount of heat that the furnace is designed for, regardless of the temperature outside or in certain areas of your home.
- Two-Stage Furnaces: This type provides more even heat distribution using high or low outputs to more efficiently control home comfort in relation to outside temperatures and home heat loss.
- Variable Speed: The most efficient and quiet furnace uses variable blower speeds to control air flow.
We’ll also talk through price differences, Energy Star® Certified options, and Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratio, the percentage of heat created in comparison to fuel consumed. To learn more, contact Finish Line Heating and Cooling today for everything you need to know about furnaces and HVAC.