DeValls HVAC serves the entire Denver Metro
and most surrounding areas.
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Same equipment minus the price gouging...

New Furnace Prices

Save Money When You Have DeValls HVAC Install A New Furnace
Save Money When You Have DeValls HVAC Install A New Furnace
 High Efficiency Furnace

High Efficiency Gas Furnaces Installed

Save Money When You Call DeValls HVAC To Install Your New High Efficiency Gas Furnace
DeValls HVAC

Can install 92% AFUE, 96% AFUE, or 98% AFUE Goodman forced air gas furnaces with single-stage or multi stage available. Goodmans outstanding limited warranty protection means you get one of the best warranties in the industry at a very resonable price.

Call: 720-364-4033
Or e-mail us today.

80% Efficient Gas Furnaces Installed

Save Money When You Call DeValls HVAC To Install Your New 80 Percent Gas Furnace
DeValls HVAC

Can install 80% AFUE Goodman forced air gas furnaces with single-stage or multi stage available. Goodmans outstanding limited warranty protection means you get one of the best warranties in the industry at a very resonable price.

Call: 720-364-4033
Or e-mail us today.

Should I repair or replace my furnace?


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The up-front cost of a new furnace can be alarming depending on which Denver heating contractor you call but with frequent service calls and increased energy bills it could also cost more to keep the old furnace around. Below are a few tips to help you decide if you should repair or replace that old furnace.
#1 - The desire to lower ones carbon footprint. If your furnace is 15 years old or older you should consider upgrading to a more energy efficient furnace. The older the furnace the less efficient it probably is. A new furnace can be up to 98.5% efficient compared to older 80% or lower efficiency furnaces. #2 - Frequent furnace repairs add up quickly. If the cost of repair is 50% of the cost of a new furnace, than a new furnace might be in order. #3 - Furnace efficiency decreases over time, so does a furnaces ability to evenly distribute the air its pushing through the duct system, high heating bills and uneven air flow could signify a new furnace is needed. #4 - Leaking carbon monoxide. A furnace with a damaged heat ex-changer leaks carbon monoxide. A few indications of a possible carbon monoxide leak are, a yellow pilot light, excessive moisture on windows or walls, soot streaks around your furnace or rusting vent/flue pipes...
If you have any questions about replacing your furnace please call:720-364-4033

Selecting a Denver heating company - Common myths and misconceptions debunked


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#1 - Online reviews. Denver heating companies can pay to have negative reviews removed, they can also pay to have their ratings increased. This is 100% true from the smallest to the largest and supposedly most reliable websites and business accrediting sources. Fake reviews can also be created by setting up multiple accounts and most websites and search engines allow anybody to post reviews and ratings, customer or not..
#2 - No prices on their website and they wont give you a quote over the phone. Unscrupulous companies like to bleed unsuspecting customers dry while acting like their doing them a huge favor. If a company wont give you a ballpark quote over the phone its because they want to see how nice your house and car are and also how naive you are to make sure they charge you the absolute most they can..
#3 - Colorado HVAC companies offering discounts, "special offers" or rebates. When a local hvac company offers a special price, exclusive military or senior citizen discount it means they just marked up the price to match or exceed their normal price. When energy savings are available from power companies and state or government agencies for homeowners who replace old low efficiency furnaces with new high efficiency furnaces hvac companies will raise their prices even more and then sham the costumer into thinking that its a bargain because of the possibility of "assumed" future energy cost savings and the idea of getting a rebate check in the mail. What they don't tell you is - with the "assumed" future energy cost savings it will take about 20 years for the furnace to pay for itself (ie:Furnace Payback). They'll also forget to mention that they marked up their price to reflect the rebate you're looking forward to receiving in the mail. And most importantly they'll fail to mention anything about the fact that the exact furnace their offering to grossly overcharge you for can be installed RIGHT and at a fraction of their price by DeValls HVAC..
#4 - The size of the company matters. Many great American businesses started out as one person with a dream... Beware of the "wolf in sheep's clothing"... Nifty vans all over town with fancy slogans painted in bold professing in great detail how much they care about their costumers or their commitment to customer happiness, integrity, trust, and the old standby - "your family to us", add a polo shirt, khakis, a cute little puppy in their logo and back the truck up for a load of blatant lies, overly excessive price gouging and unnecessary upselling of things you don't want (and most often don't need)...
Educate yourself.

Furnace Installation

5 Reasons not to call that big Denver heating company

Not all Denver heating companies are the same.
#1 - The bigger the company the greater the odds of a problem with your furnace install. Workmanship quality declines drastically with bigger company's because of the lack of qualified installers, they are more likely to send unqualified "warm body's" to install your new furnace and then in most cases take weeks to send a qualified tech out to finish the job or fix the problem.
#2 - A small company will treat you the way you'd expect to be treated. Every customer gets a great deal regardless of the size of house they live in or the kind of car they drive. Every job matters, a hand shake means what it should and good old fashioned honesty gets that small HVAC company your continued loyalty and your much needed future referrals.
#3 - You're just a number. Though they say your happiness is their main goal, you'll soon find out its just a ploy to keep the corporate wheels turning. After your check clears they forget all about you..
#4 - Overhead! Those fancy logos on their vans, the giant warehouse, the company owners big houses in the mountains even the nifty clipboard and company letterhead are costing you big money! The bigger the heating company the more the labor and materials get marked up.
#5 - Paid on commission and up-selling. Estimators get paid on commission, the higher the ticket the more they get in commissions. Installers get bonuses for up-selling you extras. Does that sound like your best interests will be a priority?
If you'd like a fair bid and an honest assessment of your furnace or HVAC system please call DeValls HVAC
720-364-4033

Nifty Tidbits About Your Furnace and HVAC System

#1 - According to the U.S. Department of Energy, in a typical house, 20% of the air moving through the duct system is lost because of leaks. Ducts that leak heated air into unheated spaces can add hundreds of dollars a year to your heating and cooling bills.
#2 - 30% of our annual energy bill goes towards heating.
#3 - According to Consumer reports the average lifespan for a furnace is 18 years. But Energy star suggests replacing furnaces that are over 15 years old with an energy star rated furnace.