Amana Air Conditioning

Colorado Air Conditioning Installation & Service Experts

The purchase of an indoor comfort system is not to be taken lightly. However, it’s a decision you can make with confidence, knowing you will have a fully licensed and insured team of NATE-certified technicians in your home.

Looking to replace or repair your Air Conditioner? Call Mountain Breeze Heating and Air, your Denver, CO air conditioning system services expert. We install, service, and repair high-efficiency, energy-saving cooling systems.

Competitive Pricing

We work with our suppliers to provide the most competitive pricing in the industry. Whether it is a fan motor for a 10-year-old unit or a completely new system, we can assure you a fair price for high-quality work.

American Made Quality

Amana brand heating and cooling systems are a part of the enduring legacy of one of America’s most recognized and respected brands. Equipment from Amana is 100% American-made. Originating eight decades ago in Amana, Iowa, the brand is synonymous with long-lasting, premium quality products — from home appliances to heating and air conditioning equipment. Chances are you and generations before you have enjoyed the dependable performance and longevity the Amana brand continues to deliver.

10 Year Warranty Compressor

We install air conditioners with Copeland Scroll compressors. Your comfort and savings start with an energy-efficient compressor designed to provide years of reliable cooling comfort. The compressor is complemented by our durable, high-efficiency condensing coil, which is made with corrugated aluminum fins and refrigeration-grade copper tubing.

Quiet Comfort

We know you want a quiet system. The equipment we use and our installation process will minimize noise throughout your home. How do we do this? We have over 60 years of combined experience in the industry. We know how to make equipment run quietly, just like it is designed to. We size, seal, and commission our systems to run optimally in your home.

Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency equates to cost savings. “SEER” stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, a measure used by the U.S. Department of Energy to rate the cooling efficiency of air conditioners and heat pumps. The higher the SEER, the greater the efficiency—and the lower the operating cost. Compared to lower SEER units found in many homes, Amana Air Conditioners provide significant savings on your electric bill. Along with new installation, our technicians can provide service to older units to help maximize efficiency.


How long do Air Conditioners last?

Typically, 15 years can be expected for most units. Newer units are designed to last longer with higher efficiency and less noise.

I currently do not have Air Conditioning, how long will it take to install in my home?

Usually, we can install complete systems in 2-4 hours.

I am debating getting A/C or a Swamp (Evaporative Cooler), what are the benefits of A/C?

We always discuss all pros and cons to help you make the best decision for you and your home. Air conditioning does provide a more well-rounded cooling system as it serves your entire home. It also pulls humidity away from your home, which gives a more comfortable feeling than what swamp coolers provide. In addition, air conditioners do not require as much maintenance, whereas swamp coolers require two visits per year.

I have a Boiler system with no ducting, can I still get Air Conditioning?

Yes! We specialize in adding air handler/air conditioner systems in attics. We install a system completely in your attic that has registers that we cut into your ceiling. The best part about this is we take your hottest air from your home and replace it with cold air that blankets the upper area and “falls” into your conditioned space, providing maximum comfort.

How does Air Conditioning work?

In short, it works by removing heat from your home. The system draws hot air from your house and that air comes in contact with a cold evaporator coil. The heat from the air is transferred into the refrigerant in the evaporator coil and then travels to the outside condensing unit where the heat is released into the air outside.

How often should I change my filter?

During the A/C season, we recommend changing your filter every month as the system requires optimum airflow.