Have you ever had a conversation with a friend or family member in someplace like say, St. Louis or Atlanta, and they’re absolutely shocked to find out you don’t have central air conditioning in your home. They’re even more surprised to learn you’re out on the deck enjoying the summer evenings.
They just don’t realize how comfortable our summers are. The high elevation and low humidity means our nights are cool and the days are comfortable. Builder’s Heating & Air Conditioning wants to assure you the secret is safe with us. Let them swelter in the heat and humidity from June to October.
It doesn’t mean we don’t have hot days and it feels like we are having more of them every summer. Many Colorado homeowners have turned to evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers, as an energy efficient way to stay cool for a fraction of the cost of central air conditioning. The coolers are effective because of our low humidity.
On those rare days when we have high humidity or on the hottest days, swamp coolers will have a difficult time keeping your home cool. If you are feeling uncomfortable on too many days, call Builder’s and talk with our comfort specialists. Here are some reasons why installing a mini-split heat pump is a good solution:
- Excellent choice for supplemental cooling
- Do not require ductwork
- Conditioned air is delivered directly to a room
- As many as four indoor units can be attached to one outdoor condenser
- Each can be set to a different temperature
Builder’s feature mini splits by Mitsubishi and has Diamond Dealer status. It’s reserved for dealers who have been factory trained on proper installation and service. Builder’s is proud to be one of a select few Mitsubishi Diamond Dealers in the Denver metro area.
Swamp coolers and mini splits are just a couple of examples of what we do. Other HVAC companies install a box and call it a day. Builder’s Heating & Air Conditioning installs solutions. Our technicians will leave no heating or cooling problem unresolved for one of our clients.
It’s the way Builder’s has done business in Denver and the suburbs since 1950 and will continue to do business in the future.