Finish Line Heating & Cool Blog

Learn about all of our services

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.

Keep my house cool in the summer

Is it time to look for a new AC system?

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…
Read More
Who can fix my AC

Get your AC serviced before the summer heat

Temperatures in Denver, can soar to a sweltering 100 degrees, so AC repair and maintenance is important to keep costs low. We have compiled some tips to get your AC ready for summer. Make certain the condenser unit gets a regular cleaning. The condenser is the outside unit that converts hot air to cold air.…
Read More
AC installation service

Spring has sprung, is your AC ready for summer?

Make certain the condenser unit gets a regular cleaning. The condenser is the outside unit that converts hot air to cold air. Don’t forget to shut off power when you clean it. An often overlooked part of AC maintenance is the filters. Filters quickly get filled with dirt because they trap dust and particles in…
Read More
smart thermostats

Uneven heating throughout your house

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 freezing cold in the den. Or one of your kid’s bedrooms is much warmer than the other. If this describes your home, then the…
Read More
furnace installation and repair

When buying a new furnace

It’s important when choosing the furnace that best meets your needs, to consider the following five questions: What is the size of your home in square feet? What type of insulation is currently in place? What is the height of your ceiling? Which type – and size – of windows are in place? Such information…
Read More
Furnace repair services

Is your furnace acting wonky?

Furnace problems are no fun, especially after the cold weather sets in. If you are in need of furnace repair in the greater Denver Colorado area, now is the time to take action! Don’t wait to get your furnace fixed, it’s not gonna get better by putting it off.  A quick tune-up may be all…
Read More
Furnace needs a new air filter

Keeping your indoor winter air comfortable

As fall inevitably morphs into winter, the cold days and dark freezing nights mean we spend more time indoors. Here are two ways to make his stuck-at-home situation slightly more comfortable. Firstly, if you were to add a humidifier to your HVAC, then this can help combat the cold and flu virus attack that inevitably…
Read More
furnace installation and repair

Buying an energy efficient furnace

At Finish Line Heating and Cooling, we understand that researching your options can be overwhelming. That’s why our team of HVAC professionals walk every customer through all the critical factors that go into deciding on which furnace is the right fit for your home, needs and budget. Typically, a furnace with an 80% rating uses…
Read More
Clean Air in house

How often should you change your furnace filter?

Your home’s furnace filter is an essential tool in reducing allergens in your house and keeping it dust-free. Therefore, replacing it regularly is vital in keeping the air in your home clean. It’s highly recommended to change your furnace filter once a month, but these depend on many factors such as; Type of air filter…
Read More
Who can fix my furnace

3 reasons why your furnace is blowing cold air

It can be frustrating to find that your furnace is not heating up, especially during the cold winter months. Here are three reasons why your furnace might be blowing cold air. Leaky ducts: Hot air from your furnace could be leaking through a hole in the duct. A faulty flame sensor: A worn-out flame sensor…
Read More
Electronic thermostat Finish Line Heating & Cooling Denver CO

How to save on heating expenses if you own a two story home

If you are building a two story home, it’s possible to save on heating expenses by making it easier for air to rise from the first floor to the upper floor(s). Creating a steady airflow between the two floors will make it possible for your American Standard HVAC system to be able to effectively heat…
Read More
Furnace needs a new air filter

Stuck indoors?

Depending on the weather, and the current health situation, you may be stuck indoors an awful lot more than you might want over the next month or two. Did you know that the air we all breathe when indoors is generally more polluted than you encounter outside? This makes it a great idea to invest…
Read More
Menu