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Welcome to the blog page for Finish Line Heating & Cooling.  Located in Denver Colorado, Finish Line Heating & Cooling has seen and learned a lot about keeping our customers cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  We hope you enjoy this snapshot into some of the work we do and if you have any questions give us a call.

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3 reasons why you should upgrade your boiler

If your home in Denver Colorado is a little older, chances are it’s heated by a boiler. Although your boiler may seem like it’s working just fine at the moment, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t think about replacing it sooner rather than later. Here’s why… New boilers use the latest technology, making them more energy-efficient…
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Why you should check your heating and cooling systems

Winters can get harsh in Denver, Colorado, but you don’t want to find out your heating system isn’t working on the first cold snap of the season. Then you will have to rush to buy portable heaters while you and everyone else call to have your heater fixed. Spring and fall are known for their…
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Would a heated driveway or sidewalk be good for business?

As we head into autumn, winter will soon follow. Copious amounts of ice and snow are likely to challenge businesses like yours to keep operating. Imagine if the driveway and sidewalk around your premises were snow and ice free. Customers would see it as welcoming; members of staff would appreciate the effort you are making…
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Is your home unevenly heated?

As summer soon starts to give way to autumn and then winter, it’s time to turn our minds to keeping warm rather than cool. Do you have one of those homes that seems to have a mind of its own regarding warmth? Maybe one minute you’re toasty warm in the kitchen, four steps later you’re…
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3 ways to make your home more comfortable

If you get the occasional slight electric shock when touching a light switch, this highlights the possibility that it might be wise to invest in a humidifier, one that is easy to use and controls the humidity level throughout your home. The second comfort aid helps deal with indoor pollution. Many folks are really surprised…
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Should you have a single or a two-stage furnace?

To be frank, it’s a question that can confuse when you are looking for a furnace for your home. So, let’s take a swift look at the differences between the two… A Single-Stage Furnace continues to disperse its maximum level of heat, no matter what the temperature is outside or in some parts of your…
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Summer in Denver Colorado: the best time to think about heated driveways!

As both homeowners and business folk here in Denver, Colorado can enjoy making the most of warm summer days, it seems almost a shame to think ahead through autumn and into the depths of winter. However, now is a great time to consider installing heating for driveways or sidewalks. Then, when the freeze settles in,…
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What To Look For When Purchasing An A/C Unit

The average life of an A/C unit is 10 to 14 years, so you can count on going through an A/C purchasing process at least once. What should you look for when the time comes? First, make sure you choose the right size – too big of a unit or too small can cause some…
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Is your HVAC system making you sick?

We often have to remind home and business owners that regular HVAC system inspections and cleaning are necessary to prevent more than simply a breakdown at a critical time. Without proper maintenance, your HVAC system can make you or others exposed to it ill. How does this happen? – Dangerous Pests: Insects and animals that…
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4 Tips for Maintaining Your AC

You may only use your air conditioner in the summertime, but year-round maintenance is essential to keeping your system working properly. Here are four tips to keep your AC in good shape: 1) Change the air filter regularly. A dirty filter will damage your AC. 2) Keep weeds off your outside unit and trim grass…
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