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. Here in Loveland, 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.
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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.