So your heater has stopped working? Unfortunately, this happens as your furnace ages and you should schedule an appointment to get it fixed immediately, considering how cold it can get in Utah during the winter. As your leading Ogden area heating repair service, Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating can usually identify typical furnace problems without…Read More
Colder weather is approaching, so you’ll want to make sure your furnace is ready for use in the next few weeks. October is the ideal time to complete a do-it-yourself furnace inspection. If you find problems with your furnace now, you will have enough time to make needed repairs before harsher winter months. For furnace…Read More
Your air conditioning system has been keeping your home cool all summer long while your furnace has been sitting there anxiously awaiting winter. Furnace neglect can cause your furnace to develop problems that can lead to costly repairs down the road. Furnace maintenance prior to colder months is critical to the longevity and efficiency of…Read More
It’s the summertime and everyone enjoys the added daylight, warm weather and the outdoor activities. However, when it gets too hot outside, taking a cool and comfortable break inside an air conditioned room is always welcomed. It’s a no-brainer that air conditioner units take the biggest toll of the year during the summer months and…Read More
Air conditioner repair can be an unwelcome necessity when the AC decides to fizzle out in the middle of July. Temperatures in and around Ogden, Utah average about 91° in July, and that’s the average – meaning it can get hotter! It’s the worst time for something to go wrong, yet the most likely time…Read More
Announcing: Utah HVAC Rebates For You! Energy-efficient heating and air conditioning equipment costs more money – and not just because, but for good reason. The reason the latest HVAC equipment costs more is because the technology, efficiency ratings, and long-term savings are superior to their “gas guzzling” predecessors. But just because this new equipment is…Read More
Finally, the dark, chilly days of winter are behind us and the springtime is slowly creeping in. Before we know it, summer will be here and everyone around you will go from complaining about their heating bills to their overheating body—if it isn’t one thing, it’s another! Thankfully, if you start preparing early you’ll be…Read More
Utah is known for being on the warm side, but lately, this has been more true than usual. The winters and early springs in the state can be downright cold, especially in mountainous, northerly Ogden, but you wouldn’t know it from the bevy of 50s and 60s the area has been seeing of late. And…Read More
OFFERS EXTENDED to FEBRUARY 15th! During the month of January 2014, we extended two special offers to every great homeowner in our serviced areas in Utah. And because we were a little late posting the offer online, we’ve decided to extend these great offers into the month of February. So, if you missed the opportunity…Read More
HVAC Problems Utah? Call Mountain Air Conditioning and Heating – Winner of Angie’s List’s 2013 Super Service Award
A few weeks ago, we opened our inbox to a pleasant surprise – a letter from Angie’s List telling us our Utah-based heating and cooling company was among the best HVAC companies in the country in 2013! The letter went on to ask us if we wanted to accept the award. After reading that the…Read More
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Thorough, knowledgable, professional service! Mountainair has been servicing our furnace and central air for 5 years. I can count on the techs to maintain our…- Beverly H.
Friends recommended Mountain Air a few years ago after their AC died on July 4th and Mountain Air came out with no extra holiday service…- Rosemary H.
We had them install the old furnace 20 years ago and the same salesman attended to us! He came our house, was knowledgable, friendly and…- Ronald G.
Mountain Air provides customer service and quality of workmanship with their products. I was highly pleased with their service and the installation of my furnace.- Katherine S.