The Best HVAC Cooling Services Provider in Colorado

With cooling solutions from All American Heating, you can chill out at home all from spring to fall.

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Don’t Give a Thought to the Temperature

In Colorado, the weather can vary considerably based on altitude — and on the season. This means you need a dependable home HVAC system to regulate the temperature all year round.

That’s Where We Come In.

All American Heating is staffed with trained technicians who are ready to handle all your heating and cooling needs. We fix what the other guys can’t, so before you replace it — call us. We’re ready to tackle repairs and service issues on most brands of air conditioning, furnaces, boilers, and other home mechanical systems.

In Spring, it’s especially important to consider your cooling needs so you’re ready for the temperature variations that Summer can bring. Here’s how we can help you stay chill in the warm summer months.

All American Heating has trained and experienced technicians at your service to help with all your home cooling needs
Central Air Conditioning
As a Rheem Pro Partner, All American Heating installs Rheem Classic Series, Classic Plus Series, and Prestige Series Air Conditioners.

A central air conditioning system cools the air in your home from a central location. In most cases, treated air is dispersed using your furnace’s duct system. Ductless systems are available for older homes or homes that do not have ductwork. There are even systems that utilize “zones” to direct conditioned air into the rooms you live in without treating the air in those you use less often. There are numerous benefits to a whole-home air conditioning system:

  • Lower humidity is a great benefit of a central A/C system. Individual, small units cannot keep up with the humidity throughout your home, and a central unit can. Reduced humidity improves indoor air quality by deterring the growth of mold and other contaminants, reducing allergy symptoms, and making the air healthier to breathe.
  • Central air conditioning systems use less electricity than multiple, stand-alone units require. This helps make your home more energy-efficient and costs you less in energy bills than individual room units.
  • A central A/C system can also help provide cleaner air for a home. The air is pulled through the cold air returns and is forced through a filter, removing particles such as dust, lint, pet dander, and other allergens. The purified air is then recirculated throughout your home via ductwork.
  • Finally, a central A/C unit adds value to your home and requires little in the way of maintenance. These systems require only a general cleaning and tune-up once a year. A maintenance agreement can help remind you when it’s time for your A/C inspection and cleaning.

As a Rheem® Pro Partner, All American Heating is proud to install Classic and Classic Plus Series Air Conditioners, as well as Prestige Series Air Conditioners.

Heat Pumps

A heat pump is a different kind of central system that supplies both heating and cooling from one unit, which usually sits outdoors. If you decide to replace your furnace and A/C systems at the same time, you may want to consider a heat pump, particularly in milder climates.

Heat pumps work by gathering thermal heat from outdoors and delivering it to your home in the winter. They also take the thermal heat from inside your home and send it outside to cool your home in the summer. Modern heat pumps can transfer three to four times the amount of thermal energy in the form of heat than what they consume in electrical energy, making them one of the most energy-efficient ways to heat your home. Some of the other benefits of heat pumps include:

  • Because heat pumps run on electricity, they reduce the number of carbon emissions your home creates, wasting less energy and making your home greener. Additionally, because they don’t run on gas, heat pumps eliminate the risk of a gas leak, a fire, or an explosion, making your home safer.
  • Heat pumps don’t require homeowners to get a separate dehumidifier to reduce the moisture in the air during warmer months. On the flip side, they won’t dry out the air in the colder months. And they are generally quieter than other forms of central heat and air.
  • All American Heating is a Rheem Pro Partner, and we offer a variety of heat pump units, including, but not limited to Classic Series, Classic Plus Series, and Prestige Series Heat Pumps that provide comfortable home temperatures in any weather.
Heat pumps are a cost-effective alternative to a forced-air central air conditioning system. Heat pumps can put out 40-80% more energy than they use to run.
Mini-Split Systems
HVAC Tech works on a mini-split system

Mini-Splits are ductless systems that eliminate the need for a basement or attic-located evaporator unit and ductwork by using thin, copper tubing that pumps refrigerant directly to discreet wall-mounted units inside. These systems can serve multiple rooms or just a single room at a time.

Like heat pumps, mini-splits absorb heat from the outside and transfer it inside during colder months. During warmer temperatures, mini-splits move the heat from indoors, outdoors, leaving only cool, comfortable air behind. Also, like heat pumps, mini-splits can deliver up to four times the heat for energy consumed.

Here are some of the benefits that can result from a mini-split system:

  • A mini-split system is easily installed. They can fit in modest spaces and are controlled by a remote. In addition, because they are ductless, mini-splits require little in the way of equipment and placing some copper tubing to install.
  • The high levels of efficiency offered by mini-split systems help reduce energy costs, as well. These smaller systems can reduce utility bills by as much as 24%.
  • All American installs Rheem Classic, Classic Plus, and Prestige Series Mini-Split Systems.
Swamp Coolers

Swamp coolers are more basic than most air conditioning systems. They are also cheaper to install and operate. The concept is simple: When hot dry air passes over water (or better yet, through it), it cools off. A fan at one end is used to pull air in from the outside. The system then pushes the air out the other end into the house. But, before the air enters the house, it passes through a series of damp pads, where evaporation takes place. The cooler air moves into the house, and the warmer air is pushed back out. A small pump is used to keep the pads moist, preventing the water from evaporating completely.

It’s important to note, however, that swamp coolers work best in a hot, dry climate. Thus, they are most effective in the arid western and southwestern parts of the U.S.

A swamp cooler is much simpler than a condensing A/C unit, technically.

Swamp Cooler

While they are relatively inexpensive to purchase and install, swamp coolers also cost less to operate. The biggest savings point, however, is in the amount of electricity it uses. A swamp cooler uses 60-80 percent less electricity than other types of air conditioning systems. That means savings on your energy bill, but it’s also environmentally-friendly.

Ask your service technician if a swamp cooler is right for your home.

Call us at 720-263-7970 TODAY to schedule your home cooling service!

Signs That You Should Have Your Home Cooling System Looked at by Our AC Experts

No Cool Air

When your air conditioner stops producing cool air, don't hesitate to contact our professional HVAC service. This problem is often indicative of issues such as low refrigerant or a malfunctioning compressor. Ignoring these signs can lead to increased energy consumption and a shortened lifespan of the unit. As one of the leading central air conditioning companies in the area, All American Heating offers specialized air conditioner solutions that ensure your cooling system is restored as soon as possible.

It's Louder Than Usual

A noisy central cooling system could suggest underlying problems, such as loose components or debris accumulation. These noises can indicate serious issues that, if not addressed promptly by professional HVAC technicians, could lead to significant damage and costly repairs. All American Heating is equipped and ready to diagnose and rectify these problems to ensure your system operates smoothly and quietly.

Airflow Issues

If you notice reduced airflow coming from your air conditioning system, it may be due to clogged filters or blocked ducts. These problems can strain the system and lead to inefficiencies. 

We offer comprehensive HVAC services designed to address and resolve such issues and enhance the performance and energy efficiency of your central air conditioning system. Our technicians will make sure that every component functions correctly, maintaining optimal airflow and improving the comfort of your indoor environment.

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Unusual Smells

Unusual smells from your air conditioning unit can indicate the growth of mold or the presence of burnt wiring. These issues should be addressed immediately to prevent health risks and potential system failures. 

As a central air conditioning company that prioritizes your safety and comfort, All American Heating uses advanced techniques to eliminate these odors and restore the purity of your indoor air.

High Humidity

Persistent high humidity inside your home can mean that your AC system is not effectively removing moisture from the air. This could be due to improper sizing or malfunctioning components. Whatever the case may be, our air conditioner solutions can correct these issues and make sure that your unit efficiently manages humidity levels.

Short Cycling

Short cycling of your air conditioning unit is a common issue that can lead to increased energy bills and undue stress on your system — potentially shortening its lifespan. At All American Heating, our expert HVAC services will help diagnose and resolve such issues.

If your current cooling system is old and outdated, we can help you upgrade to a more energy-efficient model. Our goal is to enhance the overall efficiency and reliability of your air conditioning, ensuring it meets the specific needs of your Colorado home.

Our Air Conditioning Services Are Available in Many Colorado Locations

  • Littleton

  • Greenwood Village

  • Centennial

  • Highlands Ranch

  • Lakewood

  • Denver

  • Golden

  • Fairplay

  • Alma

  • Hartsel

  • Jefferson

  • Como

  • Bailey

  • Dillon

  • Silverthorne

  • Frisco

For Dependable Air Conditioner Solutions, Reach Out Today

Whether you need to fix, maintain, or replace a central cooling system in your home in Colorado, you can count on our team to go the extra mile so that you're left with a dependable source of cool air.

Contact us at 720-263-7970 today to schedule your home cooling service!

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