HVAC Lonewolf Field Services
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Author:  JMiller [ Apr 5, 2017 8:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Furnaces, Boilers, Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Swamp Coo

Steve and John trouble shot and repaired the thermostat on the furnace in my rental and resolved the issue when others had literally thrown up their hands and stomped out swearing.

They came just to check it out but didn't leave until it was fixed. And they did it in little time. John was polite and professional I'm sure more then capable under Steves decades of experience.
I wouldn't hesitate to call on him again, but I think our fix was permanent!

Author:  aspenleaf [ May 7, 2017 1:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Furnaces, Boilers, Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Swamp Coo

Thanks! I'll pass your kind words on to Steve and John. They will appreciate it. :)

Author:  Castalot [ Jul 16, 2017 8:15 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Furnaces, Boilers, Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Swamp Coo

I've used Lone Wolf for years, and trust Steve and John Patrick. John Patrick has been out here recently, and trouble-shot and fixed our boiler. I recommend Lone Wolf highly!

Author:  stecat [ Aug 31, 2017 10:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Furnaces, Boilers, Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Swamp Coo

I am back working again! Thanks to everyone for the prayers and well wishes for a speedy recovery!

It is that time of year to get your furnace or boiler checked for safe operation before the heating season starts.

I have a lifetime of experience installing and maintaining forced air furnaces, hot water heat boilers, automatic water heaters, humidifiers, and evaporative coolers, gas lines above and below ground.
I have 27 1/2 years with Public Service Company of Colorado, and on my own for 19 years.
Call Steve Cochran, owner of Lonewolf Field Services
Licensed and insured HVAC/Mechanical Contractor.
References available, as many as you would like!
Please call or PM me if you have any questions.

Office: 303-670-4372 or cell: 303-884-3553.

Author:  stecat [ Sep 1, 2017 1:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Lovewolf Field Services - HVAC Contractor

Lonewolf Field Services - HVAC Contractor

We can take care of your heating needs:

    Annual furnace and boiler maintenance
    Furnace and boiler installation or repair
    Water heater installation or repair
    Gas lines above or below the ground installation or repair
    Humidifiers installation or repair
    Evaporative cooler installation or repair

Lonewolf serves the 285 and I-70 corridors 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays with no additional fees. Our work is guaranteed.

We are licensed and insured in Park, Clear Creek, and Jefferson counties.

Lonewolf is a local, family owned and operated, small business. Steve Cochran, the owner, started his career at Xcel Energies as
the Supervisor of Emergency Services. After 27 years, he decided to start his own company into order to stay closer to home.


    "This is the best customer service I've ever had!! It's nice to know that there are still professionals like Steve that will go to every length
    to trouble shoot and fix a problem, even coming over at 6 a.m. to fix my boiler after the pipes burst in the basement."

    "Steve Cochran is EXTREMELY skilled with gas lines - I could not believe how he threaded iron pipe through the wall of our garage finish,
    and we used him again in a kitchen remodel. He stayed until it was done, and done right. I would not hesitate to recommend him for any work at all."

    "I have used Steve several times for service and even a new water heater and have always been happy with everything he has done.
    I am a retired construction superintendent and am very picky about the work done for me. I would use Steve again in a heartbeat."

September is the month to have your annual maintenance done to be sure it's ready to keep you warm this season!

Author:  wildGoose2 [ Sep 24, 2017 6:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Lovewolf Field Services - HVAC

I had Steve and John come out to fix my furnace Saturday and thanks to them, i now have heat to get me through this cold! Thank you, Steve and John, for braving the leaf-peeper parade so i could be warm!

and they got me in the next day!

Author:  stecat [ Nov 23, 2017 9:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Lovewolf HVAC available on holidays for emergencies

We are available this Thanksgiving weekend for any of your emergencies. No, we don't charge extra!

Author:  stecat [ Dec 21, 2017 10:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Lonewolf HVAC will be available for holiday emergencies.

John and I will be available throughout the holidays for any of your emergency needs, no extra charge. 303-884-3553

Author:  stecat [ Feb 3, 2018 2:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: HVAC - Lonewolf Field Services

It's not often you meet a business owner you would consider a friend. Steve and John were here for another installation in our home this week. In December/early January, they installed a new high efficiency furnace and a tankless water heater. We couldn't be happier.
This week, they were back to heat my garage/work shop. Well, we are happy again.
Steve and John are a great team and work great together. Quite a volume of knowledge and experience to adjust to any surprises effectively.

Thank you guys!

Mike and Geri

Author:  stecat [ Apr 1, 2018 9:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: HVAC - Lonewolf Field Services

Yes, we are pet friendly!


(Partner John Patrick with Kobe.)

Author:  stecat [ Apr 4, 2018 4:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: HVAC - Lonewolf - Spring Cleaning Special - 15% OFF!

Spring cleaning special! Mention Pinecam and get 15% off cleaning and a safety check of your furnace or boiler! Normally a $150.00 value, mention Pinecam and get it for $127.50. Offer good through June 30, 2018

Author:  stecat [ Jun 30, 2018 4:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 15% Off Spring Cleaning Special! Lonewolf HVAC

Thanks to everyone. Stecat saved me once again. Steve and John from Lonewolf were out this morning, and fixed the bleed back valve. Highly recommend them for boilers, HW heat, and now, plumbing.


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