Heating and Air Conditioning Woods Cross, Utah
Heating & Furnace Repair
During the fall, winter, and earlier spring months, it’s cold enough in Woods Cross to need your furnace, and there is nothing worse than when it’s not working. Don’t let your broken furnace just sit around. It’s waiting for the opportunity to blow warm air on your skin and make your home a comfortable living space once again. You have all the equipment to make it work—you just need to take action. Mountain Air makes this easy! We offer furnace repair services on all brands, makes, and models. More
Air Conditioning Repair
A broken air conditioner is your worst enemy when the summer temperatures are scorching! Mountain Air understands the importance of quick and efficient service. We provide fast and friendly emergency air conditioner and heat pump repair services for residents in Woods Cross—24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays. More
Replace Furnace & Air Conditioning
When replacing your heating and cooling system, the quality of the installation is more important than the brand itself. With Mountain Air, our goal is to provide you with the comfort you deserve and the quality service you depend on. From your initial consultation to the final installation, we pride ourselves on providing you with a furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump that is properly designed and installed for your home. Our experienced technicians can work with your budget to find a system that will work perfectly for your home, and your wallet. More
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HVAC Company Serving Woods Cross, Utah
Mountain Air Conditioning and Heating is a family-owned and operated HVAC company serving Woods Cross, Utah. We have been taking care of your heating and air conditioning needs since 1954. Our company name has changed over the years, but our dedication to quality service has not. When you choose Mountain Air for heating and air conditioning services in Woods Cross, you can expect:
- 24-hour emergency service
- Same-day service
- Local & family-owned
- Phone calls answered by our own staff
- Quality products and workmanship
- Excellent customer service
At Mountain Air, we take pride in knowing that when we send a technician out to your home, you are getting the best in the business. All of our technicians are NATE-certified. What does that mean? All of our technicians have gone through rigorous testing to prove that we have real world, working knowledge of HVAC systems. The test was developed by a committee of industry experts to encourage a performance standard for installation and maintenance services.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We adhere to our 100% satisfaction guarantee to make sure you are completely happy with your service and experience with Mountain Air. We want to assure our clients that they will receive the same service the first and the 100th time they use our services. Call Mountain Air today for all of your heating and cooling needs in Woods Cross at (801) 416-2215(801) 416-2215.
Free Estimates on HVAC Services in Woods Cross
Mountain Air is proud to offer free estimates on all new installation and replacement services, including furnace and air conditioning installation for residents in the Woods Cross, Utah area. Let us help you save big on your next HVAC installation project or service! Not only do we offer free estimates, but we offer great savings too—check out our current promotions! Contact us today for a free estimate!
Some of the frequently asked questions we receive about heating and cooling in Woods Cross, UT are:
Q: Are heating and cooling maintenance plans worth it?
A: Absolutely. Fall heating service and spring air conditioning maintenance can keep your system operating at maximum efficiency, saving money every month on energy costs.
Maintenance can also prevent emergencies, which are stressful (and expensive). Just one emergency service fee can wipe out the savings you thought you were getting by skipping seasonal maintenance.
Q: How often should a heating system be serviced?
A: Your heating system should be serviced at least once a year, ideally in late summer or early fall, right before you turn it on for the season.
Q: How often should you replace your air conditioning unit?
A: Signs you may need to replace, not repair your AC system are:
- Age – If your AC system has not been maintained and is 10+ years old, it’s time to plan for a new AC or HVAC system. We’ll tell you approximately how much longer your system may last, depending on its condition. (Hope for the best but plan for the worst.)
- Too many repairs – Even if “it’s not that old,” if your air conditioning unit is out of warranty and keeps breaking down, replacement would be more cost-effective.
Q: Is heating or cooling more expensive?
A: Heating a home can be as much as four times more expensive than cooling it, depending on the fuel you use. Heating requires warming the air then circulating it. But cooling only requires moving hot air out of the home. It costs more to generate heat than circulate it.
Q: What happens if AC is not serviced?
A: With no maintenance, 10 years is about the maximum duration for your AC system. With annual maintenance, you can see 15 or more years of service.
Without maintenance, your air conditioning system will need more repairs. You might have:
- Freon/refrigerant leaks
- Higher monthly energy bills
- Hot/cold areas in your home
- Pooled water near your unit
- Warm air or dirt/dust coming out of your vents
Q: What is done when AC is serviced?
A: During your spring AC tune-up, Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating service professionals:
- Calibrate the thermostat
- Check electrical wiring
- Check/clear the condensate drain line
- Examine safety devices
- Inspect ductwork and fan blade
- Lubricate all moving parts
- Measure blower motor amperage/voltage
- Measure supply/return temperatures
- Monitor refrigerant
- Replace/clean air filter
- Study indoor and condenser coils
- Test system controls/service valves
- Test/check contactors
- Tighten/inspect electrical connections