Premier Mechanical BBB Business Review
StatisticsReview of Premier Mechanical

We are Licensed and Insured Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Specialists. We Provide Furnace, Air Conditioning, Evaporator Cooler, and Boiler Installation and Repair Services for the Denver Metro Area.


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Investors / Builders

Falling into this category means one thing: you need an appropriately sized HVAC system that provides the future owner exactly what he or she needs in terms of comfort and efficiency. We know what you need.

Residential Install

We consistently deliver fast Air Conditioning and Furnace installation times to our home owner clients. Worried about pricing? Let us alleviate the sticker shock with our fair and balanced pricing.

Repair Services

Heating and Air Conditioning systems designed to last 10 – 20 years pick the worst time to go out. Sometimes a simple fix is all it takes to restore comfort to your home.

We Service and Install Every Brand

We Work Directly With Investors & Builders

We’ll Provide a Perfect Fit

We’ll help make your future property an easy sell with a system that saves the owner up to 30% on energy costs.

As you already know, sizing the HVAC system correctly is a crucial building decision. The right system saves money during installation, and for decades to come during its operation. Our heating and air conditioning design / installation experience will ensure this step in your project goes off without a hitch.

Give us the opportunity to bid your property.  There is no job too large, or small.

We guarantee you a system that operates at peak efficiency. Contact us for guarantee details.

Call: (720) 207 6812

We Follow J & D Manual Specifications to Confirm Proper Sizing and Efficiency

We Follow J & D Manual Specifications to Confirm Proper Sizing and Efficiency

We Work With Home Owners & Landlords

Obtain Your Comfort with Our Fair Pricing

Enjoy the same experienced, safe, quality service the big guys offer, without the corporate overhead. We pass those savings onto you.

We can install most any brand out there. However, we specialize in and recommend Rheem and Ducane brand to our clients. Ducane is a Lennox product with all the same warranties. This means our clients who choose Ducane get a top of the line product while saving hundreds.

All our installations come with
– A 10 year warranty on all Equipment
– A 20 year limited warranty on heat exchangers

Contact us for warranty details.

Correct sizing of your system ensures everything will operate at peak efficiency. Each home is unique. There is no such thing as an accurate over the phone estimate. Your existing duct work must be visually inspected before an accurate bid can be given. If you have received a bid that did not include a thorough inspection of existing duct work, you run the risk of an inefficient system driving up utility bills for years to come.

Receive a Free Inspection & Estimate (a $75 value)

Call: (720) 207 6812

We Provide Repair Services

Repair is Often the Right Choice

On occasion, a downed system can be fixed with a simple solution. After a thorough diagnosis of your unit, we present you with recommended options and pricing so you can make an informed decision.

Your heating and air conditioning system is a technical piece of equipment. Caution must be observed when communicating with a technician over the phone.

When you call us, we’ll work with you to provide the solution that fits your unique circumstances.

Call: (720) 207 6812

Fixes You Can Try On Your Own

How to check shutoff switches and breakers

Look for a standard wall switch on or near the furnace—all furnaces, no matter what age or type, should have one. Check the circuit breaker or fuse for the furnace as well.

How to make sure the gas is on

Check to make sure the gas valve near the furnace is on. If you see a handle that’s perpendicular to the gas pipe, turn it so it’s parallel. You may also have a pilot light that’s blown out. Remove the front panel of the burner cover and check to make sure it’s lit.

How to change the filter

Dust and dirt restrict airflow—and if the filter gets too clogged, the heat exchange will overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won’t warm up. **Ensure the furnace is turned off and the thermostat turned down before removing the filter.

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