As a family-owned business with 40+ years of experience repairing, maintaining, and installing HVAC equipment in Commerce City, we understand what local homeowners need. Whether you live in a furnace-heated apartment near Pioneer Park or a large house with a solar-powered heat pump overlooking the wildlife refuge, we repair any kind of heating and cooling equipment in the city.
Each year, nearly a quarter of HVAC equipment owners require a repair, according to a Consumer Affairs study. If a repair is required because of an unexpected breakdown, homeowners tend to pick the first company they find, especially if it’s an emergency. However, making a rushed choice is risky, as professionalism, prices, and expertise differ in the HVAC sector. To ensure top-level service, all of our engineers have a NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certification, which is the country’s most well-regarded HVAC training and certification organization.
Working with a NATE-certified company guarantees that the engineer fully understands how to complete the job in a time-efficient, safe and cost-effective manner, thanks to their rigorous training. In addition to offering consistent high-quality work, NATE technicians are adept at repairing, maintaining, and diagnosing any type of HVAC equipment, including working with emerging technologies and newly released products. This is because they receive regular in-house training to ensure their skills are kept to a consistently high standard and in line with NATE’s stringent requirements. Plus, their expert workmanship means call-backs and warranty returns are less likely, as they're aware of how to get the job done correctly the first time.
When deciding which HVAC company to work with, it’s important that you ask them the right questions to identify whether their technicians are qualified and reliable. If you're based in Colorado, or another state, read our guide to choosing the best HVAC company if you want to avoid hiring an unqualified company.
Commerce City’s average annual temperatures range from 30°F to 75°F, so it’s worth having a reliable HVAC setup if you want to ensure year-round comfort and reduce the risk of unexpected breakdowns. Without an optimally running system, you risk:
A study by the Energy Information Administration estimates that natural gas heating bills rose more than 25% from 2021 to 2022, so it’s well worth investing in repairing and optimizing your HVAC setup to save money and protect yourself against future energy price rises.
Our widely skilled team and long-standing experience in the industry means we can tackle any type of HVAC project, ranging from installing heat pumps powered by renewable energy to fixing a decade-old boiler.
Here’s a rundown of the services we offer:
A mid-winter HVAC breakdown is a total nuisance but easily avoided if you regularly maintain and service your equipment ahead of the season. Whatever you do, don’t skip doing it as it increases the risk of needing an expensive emergency call-out.
We’re ready to assist with any HVAC project 24/7/365, whether it’s replacing a furnace or water heater repair in Commerce City. Our team is experienced with all types of heating equipment, including heat pumps and modern devices, like smart thermostats and vents. The cost to replace an HVAC setup completely, including any ductwork, is $7,000 on average. To avoid replacing your system unnecessarily, try our HVAC repair or replace quiz.
Our services for air conditioning installation in Commerce City, plus repair and maintenance, are available for all types of home cooling equipment, such as evaporative cooling systems, wall-, window- and floor-mounted ACs, as well as central ACs and ductless mini-splits.
Ultimate Heating & Cooling’s technicians are certified by NATE and have extensive experience with all makes and models of AC equipment. Plus, we’re an authorized Carrier dealer, which is one of the country’s top HVAC manufacturers.
We handle all four heat pump types too: geothermal, water source, air source, and hybrid. They're a highly effective home cooling appliance and they can reduce your electricity bill by half.
Your home’s air quality directly affects your health and wellbeing. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says the ideal indoor relative humidity (RH) is 30 to 50%.
Apart from health ailments, dry air also damages indoor surfaces as it causes chipped plaster, flaking wood and wallpaper/paint failure.
With regular HVAC maintenance, you can protect yourself against the effects of dry air as it eliminates excessive amounts of dust and allergens in the air. Using a humidifier is another way to improve your home’s indoor air quality. Our guide, How to Fix Dry Air in your Home, outlines their benefits and provides other tips for raising your home’s indoor RH.
Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is the most important air quality issue homeowners need to be aware of, as it causes over 400 deaths and 50,000 emergency department visits per year. Over a third of the deaths occur between December and February as homeowners close ventilation sources, such as vents and windows, to retain warmth and reduce drafts. Read our post covering the signs and symptoms of CO poisoning if you’re not familiar with the dangers.
Beyond indoor RH and CO levels, additional factors dictating indoor air quality include whether asbestos, radon, combustive elements or VOCs are present, as well as the amount and type of bacteria, mold, and allergens. We offer whole-home tests for these substances, free advice for improving indoor air quality, and install CO detectors and humidifier/dehumidifier units. Contact us to discuss.
Looking to add heating or cooling to a part of your home not currently serviced by your HVAC? Try a ductless setup. They’re ideal for retrofitting into rooms that don’t have enough space for traditional bulky ductwork, such as an attic or garage, as they’re more compact. Converting under-used space into a livable room adds an average of $10,000 to your property’s resale value, according to a study by HomeLight. Ductless costs as little as $5,000, so you’ll quickly recoup the costs when you sell your house.
The average age of Commerce City homes is 35 years old. Older properties are built sturdy but are more costly to maintain. According to the American Society of Home Inspectors, properties older than 30 years have annual maintenance costs equal to 3% of their original purchase price. For a $200,000 home, that means maintenance costs of $6,000 per year. The EPA estimates the average US home consumed 10,715 kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 2020. Going duct-free will save you hundreds of dollars per year, as they use 30% fewer watts per hour (compared to ducted versions).
As the setup requires no ducts, installation is quick, easy, and usually takes just 1–2 days. We have a full range of ductless HVAC services, ranging from installing new units to maintaining and repairing parts, such as the outdoor compressor and indoor air handling unit. If you’re considering an upgrade, check out our post, which explains how to assess your property’s suitability for ductless.
Flexible ducts, round ducts, duct seals, fittings—we deal with all models and types of air transmission and ventilation parts.
A third of duct air is lost to leaks, according to ENERGY STAR. However, spotting leaky ductwork is easy.
Home HVAC inspections are recommended before the start of the summer or winter, as this is when they get the most use.
If you’re planning to buy or sell a property, we also offer a full HVAC inspection service. It assesses the condition of the system in depth and ensures that costly repairs aren’t overlooked. Examples of what we look for include roof leaks, dampness, insulation integrity, and clogged drains. Considering HVAC equipment is expensive to replace and a full inspection costs less than $500, conducting a pre-purchase inspection is a worthwhile investment. Learn more about what an inspection covers by reading our blog, Why You Need an HVAC Inspection, or contact us to book an appointment.
After nearly half a century of servicing homes and businesses in Commerce City, and elsewhere in Denver, we’ve gained a reputation as one of the most professional and experienced HVAC companies in town.
We’re a fully licensed and insured HVAC company with an accreditation and A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Building Performance Institute Inc. certification, as well as the winner of multiple Carrier President’s Awards. Plus, our technicians are NATE-certified, which means they’re rigorously and regularly trained in installing, maintaining, and operating all types of heating and cooling equipment, in addition to new products.
If you have one minute to spare and want to learn more about Ultimate Heating & Cooling’s customer service aims and company values, watch our promo video below.
Our long-standing experience of working in Commerce City means we have a solid understanding of the requirements and issues of local homeowners. Besides Adams County, we service four other areas: Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson. Whatever age of home and type of equipment you need installing, such as HVAC in an older Denver property or new construction in Commerce City, we can do it for you.
For HVAC emergencies in Commerce City, call (720)647-5099. We’re here to assist at any hour or day of the year and will offer you a solution (for free) in under five minutes. If we can’t solve the problem over the phone, we’ll send one of our technicians to your home as quickly as possible. It’s $69 for the first 30 minutes, which includes free estimates on any new equipment. To learn about what else our in-house HVAC engineer can do for you, see our blog: How an HVAC Engineer Can Help Your Denver Home.
When we suggest an equipment upgrade, we always follow the Manual JSD process established by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). Doing so guarantees that the most suitably sized and energy-efficient equipment is installed.
For maximum cost savings, sign up for one of our three annual maintenance plans. Prices start at $125 per year and involve cleaning and checking a wide range of components, such as:
Our maintenance plans also give you access to rebates, repair offers, and discounts on new equipment. We offer financing, too.
Owning and looking after a home or commercial property isn’t always easy. However, with our team’s expertise, care, and advice, we take the stress out of HVAC maintenance. Send us a message or call us at (720)647-5099 today.
Highly recommend I will never use another company.... thank you for saving my family in the -8 weather
Super fast, professional, and reasonable. Great first impression. Happy with my choice so far.
Honest contractors - didn't push work that wasn't essential and kept the prices reasonable for our Thornton townhome. Highly recommend Kyle.
No matter the make or model, we can fix it. Call now if you need help with repairs!
We only install the best systems, guaranteed to be cost-effective and energy efficient.
We provide thorough equipment checks and maintenance to make your system last longer.