• 2421 E. Empire Street, Cortez, CO 81321
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Heating, Air Conditioning, Sheet Metal & Refrigeration

Welcome To Comfort Air

Comfort Air Mechanical is an air conditioning & heating contractor serving the South West Colorado area with the highest level of HVAC services. We have been serving the Cortez area since 1988.

Whether you need to install a new system, repair an existing unit, or have questions about heating & cooling in general, we are here to help you. From professional installations to expert repair services, you can trust our fully licensed and insured technicians to provide you with the services that you need. An efficient heating system is important for maximum comfort in any building, and we are willing to work with you for all of your heating & cooling needs.

Heating & Cooling FAQ

What is the life expectancy of my HVAC system?

How often you run your system, the system’s age, its make and model, and whether or not it was serviced regularly over the course of its life can all play a significant role in how long your system will last. Regular maintenance is key to any HVAC system!

What types of equipment do you install?

We install Gas Fired Furnaces (Trane), Air Conditioning (Trane), High efficiency mini split heat pumps (Fujitsu Ductless Splits), Gas Fired Unit Heaters (Reznor), Wall Heaters (Empire) and Gas Fireplaces (Napoleon, Superior & Regency)

What is a heat pump?

A heat pump, as part of a central heating and cooling system, uses the outside air to both heat a home in winter and cool it in summer. Basically, that means your heat pump will act as an air conditioner when things get hot and a heater when it’s cold outside – making heat pumps one versatile product. In addition to its flexibility, heat pumps are also energy-efficient. Think of a heat pump as a heat transporter constantly moving warm air from one place to another, to where it’s needed or not needed, depending on the season. In the winter, the pump extracts heat from the outdoor air or ground and distributes it to your home. In the summer, hot air from inside your home is removed – creating a cooler indoor environment.

Do I need HVAC maintenance?

Routine maintenance is highly recommended. It serves as preventative maintenance to help not have things break down when they are needed the most.

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