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Loveland HVAC, Furnace & AC Repair

An important part of owning a furnace and AC is peace of mind. Having a fully functional system is just one part of confidence, you also need to know someone to rely on whenever an issue arises. We have a positive reputation for Furnace and AC repair services. Lots of folks in Loveland have come to trust Tri County Heating & Cooling to be their trusted partner in case of a problem.  We hope that after using our services you will feel the same way.  

We make it a point to hope for the best but to prepare for the worst, so if your heater lays down on the snowiest Colorado day, we have your back. That works in the summer as well and if your air conditioner system doesn't respond on the hottest mid-summer day in Loveland, you don’t need to cart your family to a hotel we will be there to make sure every thing works properly.  We provide HVAC service for every make and model of HVAC system, our expert technicians are ready to help.  We are confident in our experience and if it can be fixed we can do it.  So if you are hesitant keep in mind we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  If you are not 100% satisfied with our repair within the 1st year, we will remove the parts and refund 100% of your money.  

If you find yourself with an HVAC emergency or just in need of annual maintenance we are here for you.  We care about your comfort and peace of mind, so we’re here and ready to help with anything you might throw our way. Make an appointment today by clicking the schedule button or giving us a ring at 970-670-0016.  We hope to hear from you soon and we look forward to the opportunity to be of service.

Heating & Air Conditioning Installations

When it comes time to have a new heating or central AC system installed, there are a variety of things to keep in mind. You must select a system that matches the specific needs of your home, both in terms of furnace and air conditioner production and energy efficiency. The system must also match with your existing air handler and duct work system or you may need upgrades. We also need to confirm that we are in compliance with all local ordinances as many municipalities in NoCo are adding minimum efficiency standards to new installs.

HVAC, Heating & Cooling Maintenance Agreements

Comfort in you home is in your future with our preventative maintenance program. We can assist every step of the way. From choosing the systems to install to maintenance, and Maintenance Service Agreement to ensure it all continues to operate like new for a very long time. You wouldn’t drive your car 100,000 miles without changing the oil, would you? When it comes to your heating and cooling system the same principal is true. You will enjoy greater comfort, lower costs and a longer life for your system when you have a quality maintenance plan.

Loveland Emergency HVAC Repairs

Whether it is an unusually hot day in the summer, or the middle of winter, problems with a central air conditioning or heating system can be extremely inconvenient, especially when they happen during the night or over the weekend. By choosing a top rated local furnace and air conditioner repair service that offers 24-hour emergency HVAC repair, you can be sure that your home is comfortable and safe no matter when your air conditioning unit or heating system malfunctions.

Indoor Air Quality Services

Issues with air quality rarely resolve themselves. They tend to worsen, negatively impacting the health, comfort, and enjoyment of the home. Damage to the structure and furnishings as well as wear and tear on the HVAC system are costly consequences. Tri County Heating & Cooling is here to help. We offer a full range of indoor air quality services and systems at affordable prices. Our customers across are what drive us to be the best.  Let us explain the many rewards of whole-home, low maintenance, quietly operating air purifiers, air cleaners, germicidal UV lamps, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, and ventilators. No matter the size, style, or age of the home, we create cleaner, healthier, and more comfortable living spaces.

Harvey is so knowledgeable and took the time to explain everything to me. As a single woman, I am so grateful I called them. They are an honest to goodness great family owned and operated company.
Barb Larson
Longmont, CO
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7-21-22Northern Colorado residents can expect to hear a temporary increase of noise from the air at the end of July as the USAF Thunderbirds team prepares for Cheyenne Frontier Days.

6-21-22 - A water main break shut dow from West Loveland Avenue from Village Anniversary Prk to Loveland-Madeira Road.  It will be shut down until the middle of next week

4-18-22 - McWhinney the developer for Loveland's Centerra area is planning on fracking for oil and gas within 500 feet of homes and less than a 1000 feet from local wetlands.

3-21-22 - Amazon has officially closed on 152 acres near Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland, upping the odds it will build a mega distribution center in Larimer County.

2-14-22 - The town with a population of about 77,000 saw their mail swell to more than 200,000 around the Valentines Day.

1-22-22 - Loveland-based development company McWhinney plans to drill 26 oil and gas wells in Loveland’s Centerra area in 2023.

12-22-21 - Gary Glover the longtime Loveland gymnastics coach has been inducted into the Colorado High School Activities Association’s Hall of Fame In total, Glover constructed a 261-58 record with the Red Wolves’ girls and 164-56 overall mark on the male side. Along the way, his accolades included the NHSGA National Coach of the Year

10-6-21 - Siegfried Emme the owner the Loveland Medical Clinic has been ordered to pay $40,000 for promoting the drug Ivermectin as a cure for COVID-19. He put up a blog post on his website and refused to take it down.

The City of Loveland was established in 1881. However settlers arrived into the area around 1858 creating a settlement called Miraville. One of those settlers, Mariano Medina, established a stage coach station for the Overland Stage Line which eventually became Fort Namaqua and the location for a federal post office. Somewhere in this time frame homesteaders began establishing farms in the Big Thompson Valley. Fort Namaqua continued to grow under Medina and then-postmaster Hiram Taddler; but as Medina’s health began to turn, so did the fortunes of Namaqua. By the time Medina died in 1878, Namaqua had faded into history.

As Namaqua was withering away, another settlement in the area was beginning to flourish: St. Louis. The settlement gained its name thanks to Andrew Douty, the owner of a flour mill in the area, who was printing “St. Louis” on his flour bags as a marketing ploy. In 1873, a new flour mill owner arrived to the area, David Barnes. Barnes and his wife, Sarah, moved their family from the then boomtown of Golden, Colorado, to a 320-acre farm north of the Big Thompson River and between Namaqua and St. Louis. Barnes had learned from his good friend, William A. H. Loveland, the president of the Colorado Central Railroad, that a newly constructed line of the railroad would be extended from Denver to Fort Collins and eventually Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Although Barnes was raising wheat on his farm, he immediately began platting a new town on an 80-acre site next to the surveyed line of the railroad that went through his wheat field. In 1877 Barnes donated part of his farm to the railroad for its right-of-way. By December of 1877, the railroad had its depot complete and ready for service.

Construction of the town began without delay in the spring of 1878. Merchants from St. Louis began to relocate one mile upstream to Loveland and brought their buildings as well to be closer to the railroad. Homes began to follow shortly thereafter and on May 11, 1881, the residents voted to incorporate. Although many felt the town should be named Barnesville, it’s not without coincidence the farmer and developer David Barnes chose to name the town after his good friend, W.A.H. Loveland.

Barnes was adored by the residents of Loveland for his willingness to help a neighbor and was referred to as “Uncle Dave.” Barnes passed away in 1886, but his original home still stands and remains in use today as a dwelling on Ernest Place.

The railroad helped Loveland establish itself as a shipping point for farmers, ranchers, and even lumber suppliers. This led to the town’s rapid growth, as Loveland had approximately 250 residents in 1882 and by 1885 its population had surpassed 900. Loveland had also gained its own weekly newspaper, The Reporter, the predecessor to the present community daily, the Loveland Reporter-Herald.

In 1901, the Great Western Sugar Company built a factory in Loveland, which remained a source of employment until its closure in 1985. In 1902 the town reconstructed the train depot which is still present today, operating as the Sports Station American Grill, a popular sports bar and restaurant in downtown Loveland.

For the first half of the 20th century, the town was dependent on agriculture. The primary crops in the area were sugar beets and cherries. During the late 1920s the Spring Glade orchard was the largest cherry orchard west of the Mississippi River. At that time the cherry orchards produced more than $1 million worth of cherries per year and why Loveland holds an annual Cherry Pie Celebration the second Friday in July. Unfortunately, a series of droughts and a shortage of canning supplies caused by World War II destroyed the industry. By 1960 cherries were no longer farmed in Loveland as the industry wasn’t able to compete with cherry growers in California and Michigan.

In the second half of the 20th century, a new gold rush was established: jobs! Loveland diversified its economy by successfully courting Hewlett-Packard who established a large manufacturing facility in the Southwest section of the city. A number of other companies followed, either locating in Loveland or in neighboring cities including Fort Collins, Greeley, and Windsor.

Today, Loveland, Colorado, has become the center of the one of the nation’s fastest growing regions, Northern Colorado (also known as “NoCo”). Within the region you’ll find great international companies like Owens-Illinois, Vestas and Woodward; and within in Loveland itself, companies like Agilent, Hach, and Kroll Factual Data.

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Longmont, Berthoud, Niwot, Frederick, Firestone, Loveland, Greeley

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Comfort is in your future with our preventative maintenance program.