Buckhorn Heating & Air Conditioning
20 years in business1016 S Lincoln Ave
Loveland, CO 80537-6382
- (970) 669-2552
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- (970) 207-1153
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BBB File Opened: 01/26/2012
Business Started: 03/01/1997
Business Started Locally: 03/01/1997
Business Incorporated: 06/17/2011 in CO
Type of EntityPartnership
- Mr. Abner Brantley, Owner
- Mr. Craig Brantley, Co-Owner
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems
- Boilers - Repair & Cleaning
- Heat Pumps
- Heating Contractors
- Geothermal Heating & Cooling
- Air conditioning & Heating Contractors - Residential
- Air conditioning & Heating Contractors - Commercial
- Sheet Metal Work
- Filters Air & Gas Cleaning
- Water Heaters - Dealers
- Water Heater - Tankless
- Air Conditioning Repair
- Air Conditioning Systems - Cleaning
- Heating Equipment & Systems Cleaning & Repair
- Air Purifying & Cleaning Systems & Equipment
- Boilers - New & Used
- Boilers - Supplies & Parts
- Humidifying Apparatus
- Furnace Sales & Service
- Abner Brantley purchased Buckhorn Heating & Air Conditioning in June 2011; the business was originally established in January 1994.
Products & Servicesfurnaces, air conditioners, and boilers with new construction, light industrial and residences
Service AreaNorthern Colorado
Alternate Business Names
- Brantley HVAC LLC
Refund & Exchange Policy:ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON LABOR. PARTS WARRANTY DEPENDS ON MANUFACTURE. USUALLY 1 YR TO 5 YRS. TO ORIGINAL OWNER.
This business is a full service heating and air conditioning contractor. RESIDENTIAL, LIGHT COMMERCIAL AND NEW INSTALLATION.
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