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Heating and Furnace Services in Layton, Utah

What is your favorite part of wintertime in Layton? You may love the beautiful blanket of snow that covers the town. Perhaps you enjoy the occasional snowball fight. However, we’re willing to bet your furnace is one of the best parts of your winter experience. During a cold day, there’s nothing worse than a broken furnace. After all, it tends to be cold enough during the fall, winter, and early spring months to use your heating system. Make sure yours is ready to work for the long haul by getting in touch with the team at Mountain Air today! We can providing heating system installations, maintenance, and repairs.

For heating and furnace services in Layton, Utah, contact the professionals at Mountain Air today!

24-Hour Emergency Furnace Repair

Our team provides fast, friendly emergency furnace repair service 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays (except for tune-ups) in the Layton area. Our NATE-certified technicians are dedicated to quick, efficient repair and take pride in getting warm air back into your home. Armed with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, Mountain Air puts customers first. This attitude, along with our industry experience and team of skilled technicians, gives us what we need to offer excellent service, every hour, every day of the week.

When you call Mountain Air for furnace repair in Layton or surrounding areas, you’re making the decision to invite a company with over half a century of furnace repair experience into your home or place of business. Run by the Rhead-Barlow family since 1954, our family of HVAC professionals can fix any problem, anytime. Some of our company’s characteristics that make our heating repair services stand apart from the competition include:

  • 24-hour emergency service in Layton
  • Servicing of all major brands
  • Same-day service
  • NATE-certified technicians
  • Family-owned and locally operated

Furnace Installation

There are many contributing factors that come into play to successfully install a new furnace, such as proper sealing, correct sizing, and design. It takes time to install a furnace properly. Hiring the right contractor should be one of the most important aspects of your decision. It is easy to make mistakes when installing a new furnace. Common mistakes like using cheap ductwork can cause your furnace to overheat, which will dramatically decrease your comfort level and drastically increase your energy bill.

In addition to energy efficiency, size, and sealing, you should consider the following features when purchasing a new furnace:

  • A zoning system
  • A variable speed handler
  • Two-stage heating
  • A second heat exchanger or a condensing furnace
  • Air filtration system

When choosing Mountain Air, you can rest assured knowing that our technicians recognize the importance of correct installation, which reduces the chance of needing repairs, reduces energy costs, increases the life expectancy of your HVAC system, and provides comfort. Our NATE-certified and trained technicians ensure the job is done right, the first time.

Furnace Maintenance

During summer months, your furnace just sits there so you cannot expect it to perform to its maximum capacity as soon as the weather gets cold. It is best to perform annual maintenance on your furnace before winter. Furnace maintenance helps to “wake up” your heating system. If you live in the Layton area, early fall is the best time to schedule your annual furnace tune-up with Mountain Air. A well maintained furnace can last somewhere around 20 years!

Quality Heating Services in Layton, Utah

There’s no doubt about it: winter is coming, and you need your heating system to be ready to take on even the coldest temperatures in Layton. Give the team at Mountain Air a call to make sure your home will remain a place of comfort and warmth. Our team also offers annual maintenance agreements. Our comprehensive, prepaid service offers benefits that will keep you and your family warm all winter long.

If you live in the Layton area and you’re experiencing furnace problems, contact us online or call (801) 416-2215(801) 416-2215 today!

What to expect
Service Scheduling
Contact us today by calling us or completing our online form to schedule your service appointment.
Arrival Text or Phone Call
Your Mountain Air tech will call you when they’re close, so there’s no need to wait around on us all day.
Issue Diagnosis
Your tech will carefully inspect your HVAC system to figure out what the problem is.
Upfront Pricing
Once the issue is diagnosed, your tech will explain possible solutions and the pricing for each, so you make the right decision.
Stress-Free Repairs
Your experienced tech will get to work on resolving the issue while you simply sit back and relax!
See What Our Customers Are Saying
JD was our awesome service representative! He went above and beyond our expectations. JD thoroughly explained what the problem was, what he needed to do to fix the problem, and how much it was going to cost. We will DEFINITELY us Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating again!
David Mann
22:25 04 Mar 21
Our furnace went out in February. Mountain Air came out the day we called and replaced our furnace the next day. They were fast, friendly, and well priced. I 100% recommend them and their services. 5 stars from us.
Sue Kuns
01:54 26 Feb 21
JD did a great job of getting us heat. He was professional and took time to explain options. Very helpful.Cody and Devin rocked our furnace replacement. They were professional and kept the noise level at a minimum. Efficient and ensured I knew what work had been done and how to operate the new furnace and panel.Highly recommend Mountain Air
Janetta Galloway
13:10 25 Feb 21
JD was on time to clean and maintain my furnace, was able to replace a part in a minimal amount of time and left my furnace clean and working efficiently! Great job!
Jill Johnson
16:57 24 Feb 21
DJ listened to my questions and took the time to explain his answers in a way that I could understand. He also made some suggestions for me to consider.
Matthew Garn
21:29 18 Feb 21