Frequently Asked Questions

If you have questions regarding our AC installation company and the services we provide for our clients in Denver, CO, here, you can find the answers needed. If you still cannot see the answers you are looking for, you are more than welcome to give TTH a call at (970) 469-9741 for more information. We will answer all your questions!

Q: How frequently should I service my air conditioning?

A: Depending on the make and model of your system, it should be serviced at least once a year, with periodic checks occurring up to four times a year.

Q: Why does it appear as though my system needs more refrigerant each year?

A: An air conditioning system that requires frequent refrigerant recharge is leaking and in need of repair. Not only does refrigerant leakage reduce your unit’s cooling capacity and increase energy consumption, but it’s also extremely harmful to the environment. Refrigeration gases discharged into the atmosphere are one of the primary contributors to the ozone layer’s depletion. Choose a service provider that uses cutting-edge technology to locate refrigerant leaks, as traditional methods are extremely time-consuming and will cost you more money.

Q: Is it possible for my air conditioning to regulate the humidity level in my building?

A: You are correct in being concerned about the humidity level in your building. Excessive or insufficient levels are a primary source of poor indoor air quality and can result in mold growth, the spread of airborne infections, and even computer failure. When correctly constructed and operated, your air conditioning system should maintain a relative humidity of between 40% and 60% in your building. While there are a variety of methods for assisting your air conditioner in removing humidity from the air, the most efficient method involves utilizing the heat generated by the air conditioner to cause the unit to run for an extended period, thereby removing additional moisture from the air.

Q: What do the ratings for air conditioners mean?

A: The EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a value determined by dividing the cooling output of an air conditioner by its energy consumption under certain test settings that simulate peak load. A higher value indicates a more efficient system.

Q: How can I save money on my energy bills?

A: Replace your existing air conditioning unit with a more efficient model. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), every dollar invested in energy efficiency can generate a return on investment of two to three times that amount. Upgrades to more efficient equipment can pay for themselves in an incredibly short amount of time. Maintain a regular schedule for cleaning and air conditioning tune ups. Dirty systems with worn parts must work harder and consume more energy to achieve the same results.

Q: Should I call your company for quality AC mechanical service despite my limited budget?

A: Without a doubt! We provide excellent service at a reasonable price. Contact us!

Q: What are the benefits of a professional AC duct replacement service?

A: When ducts sustain enough damage that they require replacement, they will have a devastating effect on energy efficiency. Air leaks and drops in air pressure will push the heating and cooling system to work harder than it should, and you will see energy bills skyrocket. Fully replacing the defective ducts will shore up your HVAC system against large energy losses.

Are you still having trouble finding the answers to your questions regarding our air conditioning installation company in Denver, CO? If so, you are more than welcome to give TTH a call, and we will be more than happy to answer all your questions! We are looking forward to hearing from you!