Here at Flynn Heating & Cooling we’re a locally owned and operated business. That means we take special pride in our work because we live here as well as working here. Every time we get a service call, we have the opportunity to serve our neighbors and help them keep their homes more comfortable. We serve people from all over the Denver area, and that includes the suburbs all the way east to Aurora.
We have a lot of experience working in this area, so we’re aware of the common challenges homeowners face when it comes to keeping their homes at a pleasant temperature in Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, and Golden. Since we’re already in the neighborhood, we can get there quickly when you need HVAC service with fast response times.
As Denver area residents ourselves, we know how cold it can get here during the winter, and how important it is to have reliable heat during those months. We have experience with all the most common brands of heaters, so we’re prepared to help keep your home nice and cozy even when it’s a winter wonderland outside.
In addition to helping your heater keep your home warm, we can make sure it’s running as efficiently as possible, so you don’t get stuck with sky-high utility bills every winter. When it comes time to upgrade your heater, we’ll help you explore all your options to find one that will work well for your home.
Most people who live near Edgewater think of their heater as being the most important part of their HVAC system, and it’s easy to see why. All the same, summer temperatures in Edgewater do get into the 90s on a regular basis, so it’s also important to have reliable air conditioning in your home.
Whether you use a traditional air conditioner or central air unit, we have the skills, equipment, and expertise to keep it running when you need it.
The temperature is an important part of keeping your home comfortable, but it’s not the only factor that contributes to the overall air quality. It’s also important to make sure the humidity of your house stays at a comfortable level, especially when the air outside gets dry in the winter or too humid in the summer.
Your heating and cooling equipment can regulate the humidity in your house, and it should also be working to keep the air clean and healthy. If you start to notice unusual smells coming from your vents, it’s time to make sure you aren’t circulating bacteria through the home.
Nobody wants to spend a lot of money on a new heater, or air conditioner. If you’re trying to prolong the life of your existing unit, we highly recommend that you take great care of it with regular HVAC maintenance. Our technicians are highly trained, and they approach each maintenance request with two main goals in mind: