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Centennial Water Heater Services 

Upgrade Your Home’s Water Heating System in Littleton, Highlands Ranch & Surrounding Areas

Think about the one thing at home it would be impossible to live without. While there are many appliances we rely on in our daily lives, it is hard to think of one more essential than a water heater. From washing dishes to taking warm showers, residents need a reliable system to make the day go according to plan. When your heater is ruining your schedule, get in touch with our supportive team at Upslope Heating and Cooling. We provide fast and innovative solutions with our Centennial water heater services, so freezing water never needs to be an option.

Reach out to our experienced team members at (720) 740-6652 to ask any questions about a new water heater or receive 24/7 emergency care.

Proven Record of Success Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews

  • “Would recommend for any HVAC issue.” - Pat B.
  • “They are professional and explain what they are doing!” - Barbara W.
  • “They took the time to answer any questions I had. I want to tell anyone needing HVAC services they should feel comfortable hiring Upslope Heating and Cooling!” - Dan W.
  • “He is very thorough with high attention to detail!” - Summer S.
  • “The quality of the workmanship is what I was looking for and they certainly came through on their end.” - Marcella T.
  • “We had them remove an air conditioning unit off the patio. Ben was the technician who came out and he was awesome! I plan on using them again in the future.” - Patrick C.
  • “Ben Chavez is the most thorough and knowledgeable contractor we have ever encountered.” - Matt N.
  • “Couldn’t stop raving about his professionalism and general attitude.” - Steve B.
  • “We were VERY happy with the service we received and would highly recommend Upslope for any heating or cooling needs!” - Geri A.
  • “They show up on time, and they always do great work for us. They keep the work area very clean, and their techs are very professional and friendly.” - Lance L.
  • “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.
  • “I highly recommend him and his company of you are having problems.” - Destiny S.
  • “The technician was a really great guy. He showed up on time and explained everything thoroughly. I would definitely recommend them.” - Chrissy F.
  • “It was a great experience and we will recommend Upslope to our family and friends.” - C.M.
  • “When I need ductwork, heating, or cooling in the future, I will be calling Ben at Upslope!” - Ben S.
  • “I would tell anyone thinking of giving them a call to go for it, you will not be disappointed. I will definitely use them again if I need any type of plumbing repairs.” - Bob W.
  • “They responded in a more timely fashion than other contractors and were more thorough in their assessments.” - Karen L.
  • “I highly recommend Upslope, they did an amazing job.” - Katie A.
  • “His quote was reasonable and he selected products that fit what the house required without running up the price.” - Sally G.
  • “I’ve used them in three residences, and they’ve always been great. I will definitely continue using them.” - Tina C.
  • “I continue to use them because I find them reliable and knowledgeable. They simply do good work and I trust them!” - Eric C.
  • “Ben has been attending to our heating/cooling needs for 3yrs with superior service, price and high quality, prompt work!” - Ricky F.
  • “They were friendly, professional, and took time to explain what they were fixing and why.” - Andrea K.
  • “Alex was not only personable but knowledgeable and completely professional and not only did the work but walked me through what he was doing to ensure total clarity.” - Edward W.
  • “Ben and his team are a very knowledgeable, hardworking and ethical group to work with.” - Aaron G.

Is Your Water Heater Going Bad?

Even though water heaters have become increasingly more advanced in the last few years, they still can suffer from a lot of use or lack of maintenance. To improve the comfort and efficiency of a home, look for indicators that the heater should be repaired or replaced.

Keep an eye out for the warning signals a water heater is on its way out, including:

  • A water heater that is increasing in age – Water heaters have a lifespan of around 8 to 12 years, depending on the make and model. If the heater is approaching this age, it may be time to consider a replacement before the taps only let out cold water.
  • Rusty or discolored water – Is reddish or brown water coming from the hot water taps? Unfortunately, this could be a sign that the tank is rusting and corroding from the inside out.
  • Strange noises – Over time, sediment from tiny grains of minerals can build up in the water heater tank, causing it to make odd popping or banging noises. These sounds indicate that the water heater is struggling to heat the water and may be on the verge of failing. 
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The Benefits of Replacing a Water Heater Before It Breaks Down

It can be tempting to wait until a water heater simply stops working to have it removed. Yet replacing a water heater before it breaks down can bring many more benefits. Firstly, it allows homeowners to avoid the inconvenience of sudden cold showers as well as the unexpected repair costs of trying to fix this issue at the last minute. A proactive replacement also allows homeowners to choose a new water heater that is more energy-efficient and cost-effective, which can lead to long-term savings on utility bills. Too often, residents are in a rush to get anything on the market just so they don’t have to freeze in the bath anymore. 

Additionally, a new water heater can provide better performance and improved water quality, ensuring a steady supply of hot water throughout the house. It may not seem like a big deal initially, but replacing a water heater before it breaks down can save time, money, and stress. Our helpful techs at Upslope Heating and Cooling are devoted to aiding residents to find their perfect new system.

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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