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HVAC Repair in Centennial

Prompt Repair Service from Experienced HVAC Techs in Littleton, Highlands Ranch & Surrounding Areas

Has Your HVAC system been making strange sounds and smells, or refusing to turn on at all? It can be difficult to focus on anything other than staying comfortable when your furnace or AC goes awry. Fortunately, Upslope Heating and Cooling is here to help with our affordable services for HVAC repair in Centennial. Our experts are equipped to handle all types of air conditioning and heating systems. Ensure that your unit is repaired quickly and efficiently, without worrying about breaking the bank. We can even offer emergency support every day of the week for sudden breakdowns. 

Contact our locally operated specialists at (720) 740-6652 or get in touch online for effective HVAC troubleshooting.

Proven Record of Success Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews

  • “He is a professional and we are very pleased with the work completed.” - Chris W.
  • “They were friendly, professional, and took time to explain what they were fixing and why.” - Andrea K.
  • “Alex was amazing and showed up on time, has awesome customer service, and made both of my clients and myself feel extremely comfortable with his impressive knowledge of the HVAC systems.” - Krista M.
  • “The technician was a really great guy. He showed up on time and explained everything thoroughly. I would definitely recommend them.” - Chrissy F.
  • “They are professional and explain what they are doing!” - Barbara W.
  • “We could not find anything close to how respectful and hardworking the Upslope crew was.” - Katrina G.
  • “Ben was informative, helpful, and got the job done. I appreciated his honesty and will recommend and use this company in the future.” - Renee O.
  • “Thanks to Ben and Alex for their excellent service.” - Matt B.
  • “Ben and his team are a very knowledgeable, hardworking and ethical group to work with.” - Aaron G.
  • “They take care of my condos, my office building and our home.” - Neval G.
  • “Ben Chavez is the most thorough and knowledgeable contractor we have ever encountered.” - Matt N.
  • “Would recommend for any HVAC issue.” - Pat B.
  • “It was a good experience, and I will definitely think of them again if I have an issue or if I need maintenance work done.” - Jess G.
  • “At Upslope Heating and Cooling we provide safety, comfort, and efficiency!” - Ben Chavez
  • “It was a great experience and we will recommend Upslope to our family and friends.” - C.M.
  • “The technician arrived on time and was able to make an assessment of the unit quickly. He took the time to explain his findings from the assessment and also explained what he could do to fix it and gave us some options.” - Coleen D.
  • “I highly recommend him and his company of you are having problems.” - Destiny S.
  • “He is very thorough with high attention to detail!” - Summer S.
  • “These guys really are the real deal and sure enough, they fixed everything and cleaned my furnace and cooling system back to amazing status both inside and out.” - Peggy D.
  • “With such thoughtful, efficient service done right on time for a good price, who could ask for more?” - Justin L.
  • “Couldn’t stop raving about his professionalism and general attitude.” - Steve B.
  • “Work was done professionally and they explained what was done.” - Jim C.
  • “He and his Upslope team will receive many recommendations from me for folks looking for quality HVAC service.” - Brad P.
  • “Ben was great to work with and I’d highly recommend Upslope any day of the week.” - Emily A.
  • “I’ve used them in three residences, and they’ve always been great. I will definitely continue using them.” - Tina C.

Why Is My HVAC System Making a Grinding Sound?

Although heaters and ACs make some small sounds here and there, certain noises indicate trouble is brewing. If the HVAC system is making a grinding sound, for example, it is likely due to an issue with one of the mechanical components. The grating noise could be caused by a malfunctioning motor or a loose or worn belt. When left untreated, this issue can lead to further damage to the entire system and even potentially result in costly replacement parts. It is recommended to have a professional HVAC technician inspect and diagnose the issue to prevent further damage and ensure the system properly functions.

What Occurs During an HVAC Inspection

When residents have been experiencing trouble with their heating and cooling units, the first step to take is to call a professional to perform a detailed inspection. Although a system may be experiencing problems, from limited airflow to obnoxious noises, the cause may not be obvious. During a comprehensive examination, professionals test the whole system to discover where the issue is arising. 

Throughout the inspection, residents can depend on our careful technicians to:

  • Test the ignition system to see if it starts easily.
  • Pay attention to any strange, prolonged noises that may be coming from the system.
  • Clean and lubricate the blower motor and wheel to improve the system’s efficiency.
  • Inspect all the components for any signs of wobbling or wear.
  • Examine the heat exchanger for any potential issues.
  • Inspect the pilot and valves to ensure they are fully operational. 
  • Clean and inspect grills, air filters, and the ventilation system.
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The Benefit of Proactive HVAC Repairs

It is understandable that homeowners may initially be hesitant about calling for support, hoping that a small glitch in their system will just go away on its own. However, waiting longer never fixes the problem but makes it worse. Moreover, proactive repairs will help the individual parts of the system run more efficiently, cutting energy bills that rack up over the months. To avoid having to pay for an expensive replacement, get in touch with our professionals at Upslope Heating and Cooling from the beginning. 

Have Questions? We Have Answers!

  • How long does the average furnace last?

    With the proper installation, maintenance, and care, a home furnace can last approximately 20 years. Similarly, as with an air conditioner, a furnace can be made to last longer with regular inspections and extra care.

    Factors to consider in choosing the right HVAC system:

    • Your budget
    • Your climate
    • How many rooms you need heated or cooled
    • If you enjoy using an air conditioner versus a fan
    • If you have allergies or sensitivities to dust
  • How long does the average air conditioner last?
    Depending on your usage, care and maintenance of your air conditioner, the average unit is known to last around 16 years. You can always make your unit last longer by performing regular inspections and ensuring all parts and pieces are clean and in good working condition.
  • What does HVAC mean?
    HVAC is an abbreviation that stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. An HVAC specialist’s job involves the installation, repair and maintenance of a commercial or residential HVAC system such as an air conditioner or heater.
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