Carbon Monoxide

How to Improve the Indoor Air Quality Inside Your Home

While being shut inside this winter, it’s more important than ever to make sure that you and your family are breathing the cleanest air possible. Yes, even indoors. With COVID still lingering, one of the best things you can do to keep your family healthy is to ensure that the air inside of your home …

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Why Credentials and Reputations Matter Among HVAC Companies

HVAC license requirements differ by state. In Colorado, although state licensing is not required (local requirements do apply), at Sensible Heating & Cooling, we cannot stress enough the importance of using a highly certified and reputable HVAC company to provision your traditional and geothermal home-heating and -cooling needs. Certification and licensing speak volumes about a …

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Sensible Ideas to Continue the Clean-Air Trend

Turns out the silver lining in our battle against CoronaVirus is the apparent reduction of pollutants from our skylines as people have been forced to stay home. As the air clears Sensible Heating & Cooling continues to provide environmentally friendly options that can keep your home and business cool in the summer and comfortable during …

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Carbon Footprint: Decoding a Trendy Environmental Catch Phrase

It’s a trendy phrase we see on the news, in marketing collateral and affiliated with commercial brands; but what does it really mean? We’re talking about the catch phrase, “carbon footprint.” According to the Oxford Dictionary, carbon footprint is defined as “the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon compounds emitted due to the consumption …

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Proactive Approaches to Ensure Warmth (Not Worry) This Winter

When outdoor temperatures drop and brisk winter air settles in, many of us turn to our home furnaces for warmth. Protect yourself from unruly carbon monoxide (CO) dangers emitted from ill-operating furnaces with these tips from Sensible Heating & Cooling.   Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips   Seasonal maintenance. When you defer your home-heating needs to …

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Minimize Wintertime Woes with Sensible’s Annual Service Agreements

At Sensible Heating & Cooling, we operate a business rooted in promise and commitment. Our Annual Service Agreements (ASAs) are a reflection of this philosophy well beyond the initial install. Customers can choose from one of three agreement levels – Gold, Silver and Bronze – to ensure your home’s traditional and alternative air conditioner, furnace, …

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Carbon Monoxide: A Winter-time Antagonist

It’s clearly winter in Colorado – the landscape shows it, our clothing choices protect us from it…and you know what else? Carbon Monoxide (CO) warnings alarm us. When cold weather begins, households turn on their furnaces for the first time in months causing the potential for carbon monoxide safety issues to surge. A well-maintained furnace …

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Under Lock and Key: Let AC Units Alter Temperature, Not State of Mind

Although the production of traditional Freon is declining and even set for elimination by 2020, what remains of the substance is no less dangerous. Filled with life-threatening toxins, when the substance is deeply inhale, or huffed, it can cut off vital oxygen to cells and lungs, causing brain damage or other fatal consequences. Because huffing …

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Safety Precautions to Minimize the Risk of Carbon Monoxide in Your Home

At Sensible Heating & Cooling, we take winter safety and proper functioning of your home’s boiler, furnace and other residential HVAC systems seriously. Poor-functioning systems can lead to Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning. Minimize the risk of CO in your home by: Installing CO alarms throughout your home, especially near bedrooms. Use daylight savings-related calendar occurrences …

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