In a recent infographic about air conditioning, we outlined the benefits of a new high efficiency air conditioning system by Lennox to help our loyal customers in Ogden, UT save on energy costs this summer and succeeding ones. Because we provide both heating and air conditioning services in Utah, we’re going to mention how Utah…Read More
Many homeowners think checking their furnace for problems is a complex task. While fixing the actual problems is a complex task reserved for furnace repair professionals, checking for problems is fairly simple. Using the guide below, we’re going to show you just how easy it is with 6 simple steps. Step #1: Check Thermostat Settings…Read More
According to the latest Fall 2013 weather forecast by The Weather Channel, this fall will be warmer in the West and colder in the East. While this is good for the wallets of Westerners, it may also discourage homeowners out West from checking their heating system before the onset of winter. After being inactive over…Read More
New rules. New equipment. We have posted about the new HVAC efficiency rebate changes for Utah homeowners and we recommend that you take advantage of these savings while you still can! Over the last few years, the Environmental Protection Agency has started phasing out the use of the ozone diminishing gas, R22. If you installed an air…Read More
Where would you be in the winter without a furnace? We’ll tell you exactly where you’d be: under a mound of covers clothed in 2 layers of sweatpants and sweaters. Although there’s nothing better than finding warmth in your bed from the cold, it’s impractical to stay in bed all day during the winter. Before…Read More
New technology in roofing, insulation and home comfort units has made it possible to keep indoor temperatures at optimal levels without breaking the bank. When the technology in all three of these is combined, energy costs reach their lowest mark. After you take these steps, remain confident that you’ve done everything in your power to…Read More
Providing quality HVAC service throughout Ogden, Utah. The inclusive HVAC services we offer to homeowners and businesses in Utah are affordable and dependable. Like you, we understand the hassle of a faulty air conditioner or heater. That’s why we offer 24-hour service—even on holidays!—and we will only send one of our NATE-certified technicians. We will help…Read More
R22 refrigerant, also known as Freon, will become completely obsolete in the year 2030, much like other refrigerants that came before it. Refrigerants used to give air conditioning units their cooling qualities have been evolving since modern refrigeration came about. Early refrigerants were extremely detrimental to the ozone which led to them being continually improved…Read More
With past summer highs of over 100 degrees in Ogden, Utah, it’s important to know different ways to stay cool this summer. When the body overheats, health and comfort are compromised. But this doesn’t have to happen. With special cooling tips and modern air conditioning systems, you can enjoy the summer in cool comfort when…Read More
If you had Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating install a high-efficiency air conditioner or furnace in your Ogden, Utah area home in 2012, you may have a tax credit to claim! President Obama recently signed legislation that retroactively reinstated the 25C Tax Credit. This legislation allows homeowners to qualify for a tax credit for up…Read More
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