Often times, the most expensive factor in heating your home can be your thermostat. If you are using an electric furnace without the proper thermostat, you could be costing yourself hundreds in wasted energy. Installing a programmable thermostat that automatically turns off your heating and cooling appliances when they do not need to be on can save you and your family a lot of money in the long run. Furthermore, when you use a furnace or other HVAC appliances without a thermostat that automatically regulates the temperature in your home, it is possible that your air filters and duct can become lodged with dangerous pollutants much faster; this can, shorten their overall lifespan and cause unnecessary repair costs that you can prevent.
When you chose Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning as your HVAC company, we provide annual and emergency thermostat repair and replacement services. Our team believes that by providing you with quality services now; we can effectively save you hundred of dollars in wasted energy throughout the rest of your month, year and life. We stop at nothing to provide you with the quality services you deserve and always offer upgrade services that ensure the thermostat that you have in your home is the most effective for your HVAC appliances.
Don’t let your HVAC appliances decided when and for how long they want to heat and cool your home; get a thermostat that will help you cut down on your home’s heating and cooling costs.
Contact Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning to discuss your thermostat repair and replacement options, and remember, we always offer a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, which means we don’t leave until you are satisfied.
Our expert team is highly trained to handle any job that comes our way. We understand the meaning of quality work that’s meant to last. We make sure to do it right!
Your air conditioning system keeps your Colorado home cool in the summer, and the heating system makes sure no one freezes once the weather turns colder. All your thermostat has to do is tell your HVAC system which components should be running. So when your thermostat starts malfunctioning, it’s not that big of a deal — right?
Wrong! Your thermostat plays a very important role in keeping your house at the appropriate temperature all year, and because of that, it is a key factor in your heating and cooling expenses. You could have a brand new furnace and an Energy Star air conditioning unit, but without a properly working furnace, you may still see incredibly high energy bills. Along with that, a poorly working furnace also means that your home may not get as warm or as cool as you want it to. On the flip side, a programmable thermostat can help you keep your home at the temperature you want while helping you save on heating and cooling expenses because it helps your HVAC system work smarter, rather than harder.
If you’re looking for ways to make sure your heating and cooling systems last as long as possible — thus helping you save money on repairs and on your monthly utilities — it’s important to make sure your thermostat is in great shape. These warning signs will give you notice if your thermostat is ever on the fritz:
- Your heater and/or air conditioner don’t turn on
- Your heater and/or air conditioner don’t turn off
- Room temperatures don’t match up to thermostat settings
- Your thermostat doesn’t turn on
The biggest clue toward thermostat issues is that the rest of your HVAC system isn’t working the way it should. If you have any concerns, connect with Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning for thermostat repair and replacement in Fort Collins and across the Front Range.