1. Types of Heating Systems and Their Benefits

    Winter is just around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to look into what types of heating systems there are out there whether you’re thinking of replacing an old system, getting your first one installed, or repairing your current one. You’ll be happy to know that there are a large variety of heating technologies available on the market and come in different models and sizes in order to s…Read More

  2. Facts You Should Know About Your Furnace

    Possibly one of the most misunderstood aspects of a home is the HVAC system. At the same time, it’s also probably one of the most important. Although you can rely on your local HVAC technician to understand all the complicated stuff, it never hurts to be a little bit more educated on how your furnace works. Here at Buckhorn Heating & Air, it’s important to us that we stay transparent about…Read More

  3. How To Dehumidify Your Home

    Although you may not typically think of humidity within your home as a bad thing per se, it can cause a number of problems like creating an environment perfect for mold and mildew growth and causing you to sweat more. All in all, it’s much easier to prevent mold from growing in the first place than it is to remediate it once it starts growing. On top of that, it can be difficult or impossible to…Read More

  4. Preparing Your HVAC For Fall

    It’s almost fall here in Northern Colorado, and the introduction of pumpkin spice lattes into your diet won’t be the only change taking place. When we think of fall, we typically think of Halloween, leaves changing colors, and the impending cold weather. But wouldn’t it be great to be able to keep our homes nice and warm from the start of fall all the way through winter? Far too often, homeo…Read More

  5. Thermostat Tips To Save Money

    Chances are, you’ve tried a bunch of different ways to save money around your house from repairing your air conditioner to outright replacing it. But what if I told you that you could be saving a lot of money on your energy bills by simply adjusting your thermostat? In this blog, we’re going to take a look at just that. If you have any questions about heating and air conditioning in Loveland, …Read More

  6. How To Prepare Your Home Before A Vacation – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Buckhorn Heating And Air. Last time, we talked about several ways you can prepare your home before you go on vacation. And whether you’re leaving for just a few days or a whole month, you’ll want to make sure your home is safe and secure while you’re gone. Keep reading to learn more. Be Energy Conscious If you’re going to be spending a lot of mon…Read More

  7. How To Prepare Your Home Before A Vacation

    Going on vacation can be a huge relief. You’ll get a break from your everyday work schedule, spend more time with your family, and most importantly, visit some new places that you’ve never been before. But, whether you’re going on vacation for a day or several months, you’ll still need to make sure your home is ready to be left unattended for however long you’ll be gone. Of course, you k…Read More

  8. Heating Installation & Replacement – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Buckhorn Heating & Air. If you recall from last time, we talked about several signs your furnace needs more than simple maintenance and signs that you should call an HVAC specialist immediately. This time, we’ll talk about more common, but serious furnace issues that you may run into with your commercial or residential HVAC system. Buckhorn Heating…Read More

  9. Heating Installation & Replacement

    After several decades of use, a furnace will need to be replaced. Even if your heater is well maintained, there will be a certain point when the cost of replacing it will be justified by the amount you’ll be saving each month with a new system. When that time comes, be sure to call your Top Rated Local® Heating & Air Company at Buckhorn Heating And Air. Our team of expert HVAC technicians w…Read More

  10. Could the Air Inside Your Home Be More Dangerous Than the Air Outside?

    We've all seen the pictures on the evening news of smog clouds hanging over the city. We might shake our heads and be glad to be indoors. Unfortunately, though, the air quality inside your home could be just as bad--or even worse--than the air outside. It's something that many homeowners don't know about, and it could be having a lasting impact on their health. Our HVAC team in Loveland knows the …Read More