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11376 W 55th Ln , Arvada- 80002
Colorado , United States  United States
(+1) 303-919-9292 http://denverheating-airconditioning.com
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Go Green Heating & Air Conditioning - Arvada

When it comes to finding the best HVAC service provider for your home contact Go Green. Here we provide Emergency Service Repair, Furnace and Air Conditioning Clean & Checks and many other services here.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Other HVAC Services : AC Repair, AC Maintenance, Heating Maintenance

Service Type : No,All customers come to the business location

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HVAC Services

Heating Installations
Go Green Heating & Air Conditioning’s furnace installation and furnace replacement services take vital steps to ensure that you get what you were looking for. We first start by performing a Manual J heat loss / heat gain load calculation. This service is included with every free estimate and free quote we do for new furnace or air conditioning installations. It is the most crucial step when installing a new furnace and yet it is overlooked by 95% of heating and air conditioning contractors in the Denver Metro area.

It is a very simple process that takes, on average, 20-30 minutes to complete. We feel that this time is very minimal to ensure that your new furnace is sized correctly for your home and works properly for years to come. Do not let any furnace contractor tell you that square footage is acceptable for sizing purposes. They want you to believe it because they don’t want to take the time to perform a proper load calc.

We highly encourage anyone to research the Manual J, and you will find through third party, reputable sources that it is imperative when installing a new furnace or air conditioner. Insulation values and window quality are among many factors that actually determine how much heat is allowed to escape your home in the winter and how much will accumulate in the summer. Square footage simply tells you how much carpet you may need. Bigger is not better when it comes to heating and air conditioning equipment! With a load calc, you will start the job off on the right foot, and the rest gets easier!

Choosing the right furnace or heater to install in your home is the step that most heating contractors try to decide for you. We simply want to explain the features and options that are available and help you to pick and choose what works best for you and your budget. Today’s technology with furnaces and air conditioning has come along way with improving the efficiency, comfort, and air quality of your home. You might decide that some features are worth spending money on and that some are simply not for you.

AC Installations, Repairs and Maintenance
Go Green Heating & Air Conditioning offers air conditioning repair services, and Denver air conditioning installation services. We serve the entire Denver Metro area including, Arvada, Lakewood, Golden, Littleton, Westminster, and more. We repair and service all air conditioning brands such as, Carrier, Bryant, Trane, Lennox, Goodman, York, and more. We provide same day air conditioning repair services and in most cases next day air conditioning installation and air conditioning replacement services as well. We understand that when it is hot, you don’t want to wait!

Sizing a central air conditioning system properly is something that only about 5% of heating and air conditioning contractors do. This process is other wise known as the Manual J load calculation. The Manual J incorporates the insulation values, window quality, air leakage, and surface areas of the exterior envelope of your home. These factors are very different from house to house and are overlooked when square footage is the only factor used to size.

Square footage sizing is a GUESS! Don’t be fooled by those who tell you it is accurate. We feel that it is important not to guess when you are investing your hard earned money into a new central air conditioning system. This is also why we can give you our 100% satisfaction guarantee with every Denver air conditioning installation we perform!

Proper sizing then tells us how much air flow is required to efficiently operate your air conditioning system. If your ducts will not provide the proper amount of air flow, your system will suffer and most likely freeze up. These issues will inevitably cause excessive utility bills, air conditioning repair costs, and premature compressor failure.

Although price is always a factor when buying a central air conditioning system, proper sizing and installation are just as important. We run into customers that got the “great deal” on a new Denver air conditioner and ended up having to spend more money to fix it. Have your new central air conditioning system installed right by Go Green Heating and Air Conditioning, and you will reap the benefits of lower energy bills, and repair costs, for years to come.

There is a wide range of efficiency ratings and features with the technology of today’s air conditioning systems. Today’s units are more efficient, quieter, and much more comfortable. SEER rating help identify how much energy each unit will use. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.

The higher the SEER rating the more efficient the air conditioner. The lowest SEER rating currently is 13. Some air conditioners can be over 20 SEER efficient! That is about 60% more efficient than the 10 SEER units that most people are now replacing.Go Green Heating and Air Conditioning will listen to your specific needs and your budget to help you choose the right Denver air conditioner system for your home.

Additional Information

Hybrid heating systems, otherwise known as dual fuel systems or heat pump systems, are rarely considered with our generally colder winter climate in the Denver metro area. However, these types of heating and air conditioning systems can be a very efficient alternative to a traditional heating and cooling system, and save you money!

The hybrid heating system, or dual fuel system, is comprised of several components and require specific controls in order to operate the most efficiently. The heat pump is the unit that is installed on the exterior of the house. The evaporative coil and natural gas furnace are located on the inside. The dual fuel thermostat is also a key component that is located inside and controls the system.

The heat pump will function in the same manner as a traditional central air conditioning condenser when used for cooling in the summer. The difference between a heat pump and an air conditioner is that a heat pump has the ability to reverse the flow of refrigerant and absorb heat from the air outside. It will transfer the heat and release it into the duct work in your house. It should be called a “heat and cool pump” if named accurately as it does both with one unit.

The amount of BTU’s or heat that it will transfer, directly depends on the temperature of the outside air. The warmer the air, the more efficient the heat pump is. The heat pump can even be efficient at absorbing and transferring heat at temperatures as low as 30 degrees Fahrenheit.

Every heat pump system uses a secondary or auxiliary source of heat. In some climates, electric strips are used. In a true hybrid system, a gas furnace is used. A gas furnace is a much more efficient secondary source than electric strips.

A dual fuel thermostat, with an outside sensor installed, are necessary to control the hybrid heating system. There is a set point which determines at what temperature the system switches over to gas and then back to the heat pump. This set point can be changed at any time depending on current gas and electrical rates.

The result is that your hybrid heating system will automatically use whatever source is the most efficient to heat your home throughout the day. Generally it will use the heat pump during the day and the gas furnace in the morning and the night. You will use less natural gas and save money at the same time. Hybrid systems are a very “green” way to heat your home and cut down on fossil fuel sources.

Go Green Heating and Air Conditioning is experienced with the installation and repair of these hybrid, dual fuel, heat pump systems. Make sure that a heat loss heat gain load calculation is performed to properly size a system for your home! Call for a more detailed explanation and for heat pump system pricing.

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