Furnace Maintenance/Repair

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    Programs that offer the services of individuals who perform routine cleaning and maintenance of home heating units and repairs, where needed. Furnace maintenance checkups include inspection of the thermostat for proper operation, inspection of air filters and changing or cleaning them as necessary; checking electrical components and controls, oiling motors, as needed, inspecting the heat exchanger for possible cracks, checking the air flow and, if diminished, cleaning the evaporator coil, and checking the air fuel mixture, where appropriate.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Emergency Heating System Assistance - Energy Outreach ColoradoProvides assistance to clients who can't afford to fix their furnace or boiler, if their home does not have heat and they have applied for the low-income energy assistance program (LEAP), the Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) can coordinate emergency furnace repair or replacement of heating systems. Service includes repair or replacement of failed furnaces or boilers. CIP does not provide for maintenance and servicing of a heating system, including filter changes, cleaning, or lubricating. This program is available throughout the year to those who have applied for LEAP during the current or most recent LEAP season.Denver CountyEnergy Outreach ColoradoEnergy Outreach Colorado
    Financial Assistance & Home Rehabilitation Services for Military - Operation HomefrontProvides financial assistance and home repairs to eligible service members and veterans. Assistance includes rent assistance, mortgage assistance, utility bill assistance, food, baby items, car payments and repairs, and home repairs and major appliance repairs.El Paso CountyOperation HomefrontOperation Homefront
    Heating System Inspection & Maintenance - Silver Key Senior ServicesProvides heating system inspections and assistance program called Warm Wheels for seniors age 60+ during the winter months. To qualify, seniors will need to own their own home and be within the income guidelines for the previous LEAP season. May be able to make some exceptions on a case by case basis.El Paso CountySilver Key Senior ServicesSilver Key Senior Services
    Heat Source Repair Program (CIP) - Mesa County Department of Human ServicesThe Crisis Intervention Program (CIP)coordinates emergency repair and/or replacement of your heating system. Services provided: - Repair of failed furnace or boilers - Replacement of failed heating systems - Snow removal to facilitate fuel delivery in rural areas Does NOT provide routine maintenance for heating systems Mesa County510 29 1/2 RDMesa County Department of Human Services
    Weatherization Program - Longs Peak Energy ConservationOffers free energy conservation services for low to moderate income residents of Larimer, Boulder, Broomfield, and Gilpin counties. The income guidelines are more open to low income families. Services include: - Furnace repair - Insulation addition - Tests for carbon monoxide and gas leaks - Possible refrigerator replacements for renters or ownersBoulder CountyLongs Peak Energy ConservationLongs Peak Energy Conservation
    Weatherization (Salida Way) - Arapahoe County Community Resources DepartmentInstalls free energy conservation measures and energy-efficient appliances in low-income households in Adams County and Arapahoe County. Weatherization services may include: - Energy audit of the home - Energy conservation information - Furnace and water heater safety test - Furnace replacement, if eligible - Insulation in attics, walls and crawl spaces - Sealing air leaks - Compact fluorescent light bulbsArapahoe CountySalida Way - Arapahoe County Community Resources DepartmentArapahoe County Community Resources Department
    Weatherization Services - Energy Resource Center (Denver)Provides free home improvements for low and moderate income households (owners and renters) in Denver and Jefferson counties. The improvements keep people warm and safe, add value to the homes, and reduce utility bills by 20 to 40 percent. When clients apply and are accepted into the program, they receive all of the services offered, which include: - Furnace repair or replacement - Adding insulation to walls/attics/crawlspaces - Installing smoke/carbon monoxide detectors - Replacing the refrigerator (if applicable)Denver CountyEnergy Resource Center (Denver)Energy Resource Center (Denver)

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