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How To Program Your Thermostat For Summer

Keep Your Home Cool Without Breaking The Bank Follow our guide to get the most out of your HVAC system. Our air conditioning units can seem like godsends whenever the temperature reaches triple digits. Even … Read More

Is It Time to Replace Your AC?

  Malfunctioning Air Conditioner? Lion Home Service Knows When to Repair or Replace Your AC An AC breakdown is never a pleasant experience. Especially given that your units tend to fail on scorching days. Generally, … Read More

Preparing Your Septic System for a Northern Colorado Springtime

Although it might not feel like it right now, spring is just around the corner! Along with the flowers and warmer weather that spring brings, it also brings a lot of rain. A large volume of … Read More

5 Surprising Facts About Furnaces

Did you know that the word “furnace” is derived from the old Greek word “Fornax,” meaning oven? In the United States and Canada, a “furnace” is that particular HVAC component that heats your property. Yet, … Read More

Furnace Repair & Other Service Calls During COVID-19

Wondering about the safety of booking an HVAC service call during COVID-19 or if it is safe to have a furnace repairman in your home during the pandemic? Our team here at Lion Home Service … Read More

Cold-weather power outages: what to do before, during and after

Most cold-season power failures happen when winter storms bring freezing rain, sleet, and high winds, damaging power lines and equipment. Without a steady supply of heat, not only are you impacted, but your home can … Read More

What Are Ice Dams and Why Are They Formed?

The attic is a part of the house that is typically underappreciated and is often just an awkward space for storing junk. Surprisingly for most homeowners, the attic plays a big role in controlling the entire house … Read More

NO HEAT? 6 THINGS TO CHECK YOURSELF BEFORE CALLING FOR HELP!

“Out of sight, out of mind” applies to most of our home’s HVAC system. They’re usually in the basement and programmed to automatically heat or cool your home, so you probably don’t give them much … Read More

Septic Tanks: Inspection, Testing & Maintenance

Whether you own a septic tank or are looking to purchase a home with a septic tank, be sure you understand how it works. When looking at a prospective home to purchase, or when constructing a … Read More

HVAC Myths Busted

Whether it’s a cold winter morning or a hot summer afternoon in Northern Colorado, your HVAC system is working hard to keep you comfortable. There is a lot of well-intentioned and good advice out there on the … Read More