1. Answers To The Most Common Furnace Installation Questions

    Hello, and welcome back to Buckhorn Heating & Air’s blog! Last time, we talked about how you can save money on heating this winter. If you haven’t read it yet, you can view it here. This time, we’re going to talk about several of the most common furnace installation questions and provide you with answers.   Many people don’t take the time to ask the questions they should about the…Read More

  2. How You’ll Know It’s Time To Replace A Furnace

    The weather is cooling down and if you want to stay warm, you’ll want a functioning furnace that can get you through the winter. HVAC systems are complicated, and it may not be worth your time to research everything there is to know about them. Instead, look for these warning signs that your furnace isn’t working to its fullest ability so you can get things sorted out with an HVAC specialist b…Read More

  3. Investing In A Programmable Thermostat

    In recent years there has been a lot of progress made in the way of making in-home AC and heating cost effective and easier to modify to your comfort and needs. One of the biggest improvements has come in the form of programmable thermostats. So what exactly is a programmable thermostat and why is it important? In today’s blog post, we’ll take a look at this handy device and how it can make yo…Read More

  4. 24/7 Assistance for Your HVAC System

    When winter time is upon us, many want to curl up on the couch with a good book, a nice blanket, and enjoy their cozy warm home. Well, what if one day that heat suddenly went out and you could not enjoy the comfort of your own home? With the holidays over and being in the thick of winter in Colorado, we understand this is a scenario no one wants to go through. At Buckhorn Heating and Air Condition…Read More

  5. Whats that Smell? Smells That May Be Produced From Your HVAC System

    Issues with your HVAC is the last thing you want to be dealing with before the holiday season. Your HVAC unit is the sole provider of heat, coolness, and proper airflow for your home. Since this winter is pretty mild right now you may still run your A/C unit from time to time, especially if you are cooking a lot of hot meals. However, one day you wake up and something smells foul. You search your …Read More

  6. What’s that Sound? Common Noises That Could Indicate Problems With Your HVAC

    When you hear strange noises coming from your home, you immediately wonder if something is wrong. When it comes to your HVAC system, you want it to have a low humming or perhaps no sound at all. If your HVAC starts to produce sounds that no one wants to hear, this means you may have a problem on your hands. At Buckhorn heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. in Loveland, we want to make sure you HVAC i…Read More

  7. Prepare Your HVAC System For Winter

    Even if we don’t want to believe or accept it, winter is right around the corner. We are starting to feel those brisk mornings and nights, see the condensation from the cool air on top of cars, and the ski lodges just opened. Winter is so close you can almost smell the wet snow. Have no fear though. We know you will stay warm and cozy by implementing these tips from Buckhorn Heating & Air Co…Read More

  8. 2 Tips For Keeping Your Home Warmer

      Don't let your heat escape   Winter is almost upon us, and here at Buckhorn Heating & Air Conditioning, we want to make sure that you are properly prepared to deal with the cold weather ahead. While your HVAC system may be running perfectly, there is one issue you may not have considered when it comes to keeping your home warm: your windows. The heat that escapes through your home…Read More

  9. How To Keep Your Furnace Happy: 4 Easy Tips

    Your furnace is important. It’s the one thing that keeps those cold winter nights at bay, and without it, your home would feel like a walk-in refrigerator. At Buckhorn Heating and Air, we want to help you keep your furnace going strong through these cold winter months. Check out our tips below for keeping your furnace happy and healthy.   Clean Your Pipes: Modern furnaces use condensing tec…Read More