Bozeman HVAC
Who doesn’t want to reduce energy consumption and save money?  Here are 8 tips to help you reduce your power bill and put more green in your wallet while keeping your family comfortable. Even if you have air conditioning, use a ceiling fan and other fans to provide additional cooling and better circulation. Install a programmable thermostat and raise […]
Bozeman HVAC
In the state of Montana, you don’t have to hold a licence to install arguably one of the most important systems in a home, your HVAC system.  We all need heat in these cold Montana winters, but the guys installing these systems need no experience before starting a company like electricians and plumbers. When the […]
Bozeman HVAC
One of the top questions I get asked is, “What does a new furnace cost?”  Of course, the answer is, “It depends.”  There are many reasons that you may need a new furnace and the cost will vary based on the answer to that question. 1. You are building a new house and need a […]
Bozeman HVAC
Winter in Montana can be rough on your skin. The cold dry air, the furnace running non-stop… I should buy stock in Jergens! I’ve spent years lathering on the lotion, dealing with chapped lips and dry skin. I have ran the small humidifiers that you have to clean constantly and refill multiple times a day […]
Bozeman HVAC
The average life span of a furnace is roughly 15-20 years if well maintained, serviced and filters changed regularly. Units installed prior to about 2005 in the Bozeman area are likely 80% or less efficient. The standard in the industry now is 90% plus although most HVAC contractors are installing 95% or higher units. The […]
Bozeman HVAC
I tend to talk a LOT about heat pumps lately.  Since installing one in our own home last year, we have saved a significant amount of money on our energy bill.  We have propane to run our furnace and two winters ago, the propane bill was outrageous.  At one point, we paid over $3 a […]
Bozeman HVAC
One of the top problems we see in the industry today is lack of air flow due to a dirty filter. When running an air conditioning unit, lack of air flow can cause the unit to ice up and not function properly. It is recommended to change your filter every three months. This can reduce […]
Bozeman HVAC
With winter in Montana in full swing, it is not the time to be dealing with a broken furnace. By having your furnace serviced by a professional at least once a year, you can increase the life span of your furnace and reduce the risk of costly repairs. A typical tune up costs between $110-$250 […]