Rocky Mountain Climate Heating and Cooling Announces Now Is the Best Time for an Air Conditioning Tune Up

Rocky Mountain Climate Heating and Cooling, a very well-known Colorado Springs HVAC contractor, has announced that right now is the best time for homeowners to take action and get an air conditioning tune up.

The company says that summer will soon be upon us and it is expecting another hot one. It will not be long before air conditioners will be needed throughout the day and Rocky Mountain Climate wants homeowners to avoid last minute emergencies with their HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. A decision to have a system checked out and tuned up now will go a very long way to preventing such emergencies.

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Most homeowners and business owners for that matter do not give their HVAC systems very much thought until something goes wrong. Unfortunately, by that time the damage has already been done and emergency repair work will be necessary and such remedial work is nearly always expensive. As the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and this is especially true of expensive and complex systems such as HVACs.

HVAC systems are indeed very complex machines and like any complex machine they need regular maintenance and cleaning. Failure to do a tune up of this nature usually means that the system will become less efficient over time and could eventually fail. Another aspect of this lessening of efficiency is that a less efficient system will also cost more to run than one that is running at peak performance.

John McMenemy, a spokesperson for Rocky Mountain Climate Heating and Cooling, said, “People nearly always take their HVAC systems for granted and many don’t take the steps necessary to keep it running well until something happens. Regular maintenance is critical to keeping a system running efficiently and with a hot summer just around the corner, homeowners should get their systems checked out and tuned up as necessary now. It’s not too late to avoid unpleasant surprises.”

These are difficult and uncertain times at the moment, but Rocky Mountain Climate Heating and Cooling is still taking appointments for tune ups and is utilizing a no-contact HVAC service in order to minimize any risks. The company’s limited social contact for all service requests follows the recommendations of health officials as well as state guidelines.

Sarah T., a Rocky Mountain Climate customer, said, “I usually get my system checked out before summer hits every year but this year I was a little hesitant to do so because of all that’s going on. These are scary times and I didn’t want to take any unnecessary risks. I phoned Rocky Mountain Climate and they reassured me that they would take all necessary precautions when doing the work.”

Mr. McMenemy went on to say, “It does make things more difficult for everybody but our ‘No-contact HVAC service’ has meant that we are still able to take maintenance and repair appointments so that we can get as many customers as possible ready for the heat of summer.”

Based in Colorado Springs, Rocky Mountain Climate Heating and Cooling was started in 2011 and is proud to be both locally owned and operated. The company offers full installation of the latest high-tech systems including air purification options as well as maintenance services for all aspects of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Priding itself on the services it offers, the company's highly trained service technicians will sit down with a customer to discuss their needs in order to help them find the best home comfort system for their budget thus ensuring not only the affordability of its service but also the quality and complete customer satisfaction as well.

Those in the Colorado Springs area wishing to find out more about the company and the services it offers can do so by visiting its website or its Facebook pages where visitors can find service details, options for contacting the company, and reviews from its customers.


For more information about Rocky Mountain Climate, contact the company here:

Rocky Mountain Climate
Craig Holmes
4815 List Dr. Unit 118
Colorado Springs, CO 80919