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We like to say at Peak Home Performance that there’s no HVAC problem we can’t conquer. But we’re about more than finding home comfort solutions for the local community. After all, we’re a part of that community as well, and we want to do our best for everyone who lives here. We treat our customers like our friends and neighbors, because that’s exactly what they are!
This is why we take our dedication to the community and move it beyond the world of quality HVAC services. We support many organizations because it’s the best way for us to give back.
Here are a few of the ways Peak Home Performance gets active with community support:
Thanks to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Walk MS, we’ve had the opportunity to sponsor a mini-golf hole to raise money—yes, mini-golf for MS! We have our own teams playing as well, and it’s always a terrific time to spend a day with team members while mini-golfing to support this important fundraiser.
We also sponsored a mini-golf hole to raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region. This organization provides mentoring to children and teens to help them overcome obstacles and find success in their education. We can’t think of a more important contribution to the community than investing in our children and their futures.
We sponsored the Colorado Springs Switchbacks Football Club for the 2021 season. This soccer team opened a new stadium in downtown Colorado Springs in April of this year: Weidner Field. This is all part of the City of Champions program, and we’re proud to be involved with it!
We’re trusted Home Service Providers for nine Home Depots and five Sam’s Clubs throughout southern Colorado. To help people make the best choices about their home HVAC, we hold local events at Home Depots to answer customer questions. Just this last weekend we were in beautiful Parker Colorado at the local Home Depot, where we got to meet people and provide them with expert advice, from DIY projects to repairs and services that require trusted experts. Sharing our knowledge is one of the best ways we have to support the community. If you see our table at your local Home Depot, come over and say “hi!”
Our passion at Peak Home Performance is to always do what’s right, and that reaches beyond seeing that we keep your home and family comfortable at affordable prices. We do right by the community, and we’ll continue to serve customers and support organizations that make this an even better, healthier, and more enjoyable place to live.
Would you like to enjoy a worry-free future with your family’s comfort through all the Colorado seasons? That’s something we can offer you with our Peak Performance Plan. When you enroll, you’ll be partnered with a team you can trust for regular maintenance for your vital HVAC systems. Our regular tune-ups and inspections for your AC, furnace, and other heating and cooling systems will keep them running in top shape all year.
Enrolling in the Peak Home Performance Club not only makes maintenance easier for you, but it also comes with fantastic additional benefits. Follow us below to learn more.
June 22nd is a special day here at Peak Home Performance: it’s National HVAC Tech Day! We want to take this opportunity to acknowledge how important HVAC technicians are—for individual homeowners, for our community, and for our company. It’s easy to focus on the heating and cooling equipment in our homes that allow us to make it through the year in comfort, but none of this equipment would be worth anything if not for the skilled technicians who install and keep our systems running. These technicians are real heroes who are ready to put in long hours, often in intense heat or brutal cold, so that we can enjoy living in our homes.
At Peak Home Performance, we’re especially proud of our HVAC technicians. We couldn’t offer the guaranteed comfort and affordable service that local homeowners rely on if it weren’t for the talent and dedication of our technicians. These are the best HVAC techs you’ll find, and it’s our honor to have them as part of our team.
To observe National HVAC Tech Day, we’d like to spotlight each of our technicians. These are the people who help make us the HVAC contractor homeowners trust!
efficient HVAC service is a huge attraction when you’re advertising rental
property. The quality of your HVAC equipment is one of the main things tenants
look at before renting. But just as your HVAC can help you find good tenants, it
can also be the source of endless conflict with tenants. This will happen if
you don’t outline your own and the tenant’s HVAC responsibilities from the
Emergencies with the HVAC system can make a rental unlivable and invalidate the implied warranty of habitability you gave to your tenants. Common HVAC problems such as refrigerant leaks, other kinds of leaks, thermostat malfunctions, blocked filters, and ignition issues all provide valid grounds for tenants to initiate legal action. This is at least one reason to take HVAC maintenance seriously.
How should you assign responsibility for HVAC service and maintenance in a rental? Should you take complete responsibility, should you let tenants handle it, or should you look for a middle ground where you and the tenants share responsibility? These are the basic methods for allocating responsibility for HVAC maintenance in a rental and each comes with its specific problems.
Buying a home is both thrilling and a touch scary. For many potential home buyers in the El Paso market, there’s an extra level of worry, because although the market is currently busy and competitive, there are fewer new homes for sale. Purchasing an older home brings up new questions about how many upgrades the house may need.
A part of an older home that may need an extensive upgrade is its HVAC system. This isn’t a cosmetic part of the house: it’s essential for comfort and energy efficiency. A home can look beautiful but have a money-draining old HVAC system hiding inside. Making upgrades with a new furnace or air conditioner, repairs to aging components, and changes to ductwork can turn into the most expensive part of getting a “fixer-upper.”
We’re here to help you with education about HVAC systems in older homes. You can use this information whether you’re looking to purchase or sell a house in the current market.
Spring is in the air! While we all look forward to spending more time outdoors, it’s also the start of spring allergy season.
It’s tough to enjoy all that spring has to offer when you’re sneezing and rubbing at itchy eyes due to dust, pollen, mold spores, and other allergens. Your home is supposed to be your oasis away from it all, but allergy season may bother you even more if you haven’t addressed your home’s indoor air quality.
Did you know that poor indoor air quality can lead to an increase in symptoms we commonly associate with allergies and pollen?
So what are you supposed to do when allergy season invades your indoor space too? At Peak Home Performance, we’d suggest evaluating your home’s indoor air quality and considering a whole house UV air purifying system.
If you’ve seen the recent issue of Life in Broadmoor, you may have noticed a certain friendly face on the cover: our founder Weldon Long, accompanied by his wife and company co-owner Taryn Long. You might already be part of the Peak Home Performance family, or perhaps you’re looking for a trustworthy heating and cooling company in Southern Colorado. Either way, we’d like to help you get to know Weldon a bit better!
What separates a “house” from a “home” is comfort.
Everything you bring into your space from the décor, personal style, and loved
ones makes it a home. Your HVAC system matters here too. You need to make sure
that you have a solid comfort system foundation to really keep your home
We’ve finally reached the last stop on the heating train in our area. If you noticed that you have room for improvement with your heater, then make sure you rectify these issues before the spring weather arrives. Tying up any loose ends now ensures that you have a seamless transition into the fall season next year. We’re here to help you with your heating repair in Colorado Springs, CO. Keep reading below to figure out how to tie up any loose ends this year.
We’re getting toward the end of the heating season in Colorado.
We know that this isn’t the typical time that you would call a professional for
heating maintenance. While we understand that the timing of this might seem a
little off, we want you to know that it’s really never too late to invest in
Maintenance is one of those services that’s worthwhile whenever you go for it. If you care about your air conditioning heating in Colorado Springs, CO springs, you should schedule an appointment today. We pride ourselves on having the best equipped technicians in the area. If you’ve got a problem, then we’re determined to solve it for you.
One thing that you should know is that every furnace has an
efficiency rating. It’s called the AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency). To
sum it up simply, each furnace is given a rating to describe how efficiently it’s
able to operate. Although your AFUE rating is the biggest factor when
determining how efficiently your heater can run, there are some other factors
that affect this. We’re going to discuss them today.
Before we get into anything else, we want you to know that we’re here to perform any of the furnace services you need. In fact, we specialize in furnace repair in Colorado Springs, CO. You can get everything you need from our team members.