1. Preparing Your HVAC for Summer Heat

    Investing in your HVAC unit is something that you’ll want to do as soon as the summer heat really sets in, but if you wait until this point, then you’ll likely have some regrets when your unit doe…Read More

  2. Avoiding Allergens this Coming Summer

    The news has been booming about it, the coming spring and summer seasons are going to be brutal if you have allergies. With how high the winds have been, there is no shortage of pollen, cotton, and pl…Read More

  3. What Causes Your Air Conditioner to Stink? Part 3

    Don't let your air conditioner's foul odor ruin your day! Nothing is worse than a bad odor. It has a way of invading all of your senses so that it is the only thing you can think about. Unfortunately,…Read More

  4. Call Premier for Your Air Conditioning Tune Up Before Summer Arrives

    The next Colorado summer is just around the corner which means it will be time to turn on your air conditioner soon (if you haven't already!). The Premier air conditioning team recommends getting your…Read More

  5. How Premier HVAC Can Help You Save Money on Your Energy Bill

    Premier HVAC knows that a lot of energy goes into heating and cooling your home. Of all the energy that you use inside of your home, about half of it is dedicated to controlling your air temperature. …Read More

  6. How Your Energy Bill Got So High

    It's Spring in Colorado, which means the days are quickly getting warmer. Spring weather doesn't usually last too long; pretty soon we'll be in the full-blown scorching days of summer. If you are like…Read More

  7. What Does it Mean to be Energy Efficient with Your HVAC System?

    Everyone is talking about it. Make your house green. Install energy efficient appliances. But what does that mean and how does having energy efficiencies impact your HVAC system? Air conditioning unit…Read More

  8. The Edge Air Conditioning Gives the U.S. Economy

      Before the invention of air conditioning in 1902, workers functioned on a more seasonal schedule in the United States. Summers in the South were too hot to work outside. Even the government in …Read More