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March 17th, 2020

Dear Valued Client,

Ambient Air Solutions takes the health and safety of our community seriously. We are actively monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

With the first COVID-19 cases confirmed in the State of Montana late on March 13, we must continue to take precautions for our safety and that of our clients and employees. 

Ambient Air Solutions understands our client’s needs for heat during the winter months and will continue to provide all emergency and demand services.

These will be our precautionary measures to ensure the safety and health of our clients and employees.

  • We are reminding our employees to take appropriate preventive hygiene methods to minimize the potential risk of infection. 
  • We are requiring all technicians to sanitize hands before and after interactions with a client.
  • We are also implementing a glove use policy within a client’s home.
  • We will also be suspending all routine scheduled residential maintenances for the next two weeks. 

As we navigate through these uncharted waters, Ambient Air Solutions will continue to provide top quality service while maintaining a priority of health and safety.

Contact Ambient Air Solutions to learn more.


There is much to consider regarding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) and its possible transmission in your home. While there are various and effective indoor air quality measures available to help protect your safety, including duct sanitization, ultraviolet (UV) germicidal light treatment, and HEPA air filters, they alone cannot protect from all forms of COVID-19 transmission. It is important to follow all official guidelines for preventing the spread of this virus.

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The Importance of 24/7 Emergency Service

June 29th, 2020
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HVAC services offered by professionals have never been easier to sign up for—but signing up with the right team of professionals has never been harder. When we say right, we’re not just talking about the team that offers the cheapest prices, or the most high-tech equipment, but the team that cares the most. How can you tell if your prospective HVAC contractor cares about the work they’re performing for you?

Whether or not a contractor offers 24/7 emergency services can be an easy tool in determining that their main priority is keeping their community and customer base happy.

Today, we’re going to talk about some of the unique advantages that 24/7 emergency service provides and why a contractor that offers this kind of service is leagues above others. AC repair in Big Sky is never needed when it’s convenient, which is why it’s so important to sign up with a team of professionals that can help you when you need it the most!

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4 Unique Advantages of a Heat Pump

June 15th, 2020
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Homeowners have a huge disadvantage when shopping for a new cooling or heating system. Many people haven’t considered air conditioning or heating technology in years, decades, or more! So, when they’re looking into systems to run efficiently in their home, they tend to heavily weigh the conventional comfort systems over newer, over more advanced systems, like heat pumps.

That can be a problem, especially when heat pumps are proving time and time again to be perfect for certain homes in our area. When it comes to an HVAC system in Livingston, a central air conditioner might not cut it.

If you’ve ever wondered about what kinds of comfort systems would be right for your home, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of some unique advantages that are provided by a heat pump. These advantages make heat pumps perfect for certain homes, so pay close attention to how your home relates to what we’re about to say.

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It’s Time to Finally Replace Your AC

June 1st, 2020
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Let’s get one thing straight—air conditioners don’t last forever. There is no repair, no quick fix, or magic spell that will make your air conditioner work like it did when it was brand-new. We’re not saying that your air conditioner can’t function as if it were brand-new, but eventually, every piece of machinery wears out and needs to be replaced. We hear the same thing every year about computers, cars, kitchen equipment, and more!

The problem isn’t convincing people that their AC will need to be replaced one day, it’s showing people their system is about to go when it really is. We want informed consumers who know exactly when to replace their air conditioner. Luckily, with our handy guide and our service professionals to work on your air conditioning in West Yellowstone, you can know exactly when it’s time to replace your old AC.

Keep reading, you won’t be disappointed.

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Is Your AC Making Noise?

May 18th, 2020
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An air conditioner is not supposed to make any noise, contrary to some popular opinions. You wouldn’t believe the number of homes we’ve stepped into, only to be treated to a clanging, banging, clicking, and whirring air conditioner that the homeowner thought was absolutely normal. In fact, these types of noises tend to go unnoticed simply because homeowners just don’t know that they usually represent a problem to your system.

So, today we’re going to talk about some of the more common noises that your air conditioner might be making and what those noises might represent. In almost every single case, a noise coming from your air conditioner represents a huge need for AC repair in Big Sky. Don’t believe us? We promise that without professional help, you’ll be seeing a breakdown or expensive repair in a matter of months after you notice a problematic noise.

So, let’s nip this in the bud early, shall we?

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Why Ice on Your AC Isn’t Good

May 4th, 2020
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We understand the sentiment that homeowners who experience this have. If temperatures are reaching unbearable heights and the sun is beating down on you, it can be easy to confuse ice on your air conditioning system with it doing a good job—but this is just plain wrong. Air conditioners don’t use ice to cool your home, and ice isn’t an effective way to cool anything other than your lemonade.

Most homeowners won’t believe this unless they learn the truth about why the ice is forming on their air conditioning system and what that means for their home. Once you know why it’s happening, it might be easier to understand why this is always a bad thing to see

At that point, it should be obvious to call your local service professional for HVAC in Livingston. By removing the ice and repairing the problem, you can finally have your system cool your home the right way.

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Spring Time: the Time for AC Maintenance

April 20th, 2020
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Air conditioners might be covered and waiting for summer to arrive, but what if we told you that they could be uncovered now and that there’s work to be done? Air conditioner maintenance is a tried and tested solution for long term AC problems, like higher energy bills and faultier operation, because having a qualified HVAC technician inspect your system can make sure that any issues are noticed and addressed handily.

We didn’t expect you to believe us just from talking about it, so we decided to list out some reasons why AC maintenance in Bozeman is an easy way to save you money with some cold hard facts. If any of the following sounds even remotely helpful to you and your AC, then don’t forget to call our team today. We’re specialists in providing maintenance to all sorts of makes and models of AC systems.

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Central Air or Mini Split: Which Is for You?

April 6th, 2020

Now that we’ve got plenty of time to spend at home, there are many homeowners who have started the inevitable internet search for their next air conditioner that will replace their broken one this year. We get it, for many of you out there it’s been over a decade since you last invested in a cooling system. Well, since then there have been huge numbers of technological advancements, as well as changes in the industry, that have lead to some unique ways to cool a home.

So, if you find yourself wanting to purchase air conditioning service in Helena, but you’re unsure of whether to invest in another central air conditioner or a ductless mini split, hopefully, we can provide answers to some of your questions. These systems differ substantially, and it’s only right to keep you informed so you can make the best decision possible when it comes to your home comfort.

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Avoid Heater Repair with 3 Tips

March 23rd, 2020
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Heater repair isn’t something that comes about easily. The winters here can be brutal, and having your heater shut down when you least expect it can be even worse. That’s why we’ve got some quality of life tips to help you improve the condition of your heater and hopefully avoid heating repair in Helena.

Though, we’re going to be honest with you. Heating repair is inevitable when you live in a climate like ours. We use our heaters so much that in the decades they’re supposed to chug along happily, they’re bound to run into some issues. Just keep in mind that when heater issues do arise, you don’t have to face them alone.

Our team has the qualifications and experience necessary to get your heater back up and running again. Please don’t look to an amateur or a family member to take a look at your system. This could cause more trouble than it’s worth and you might end up paying more than you signed up for!

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Stay Healthy with an Air Filtration and Purification System

March 12th, 2020

Keeping your home air safe has never been as important as it is now. In light of global health concerns, we found it important to talk about what a UV air purifier and, to a lesser extent, what a HEPA filter can do to support the indoor air quality and cleanliness of your home.

The Fantech HEPA Air Filter

With a Fantech HEPA Air Filtration System, you can filter the air that comes into your home from the outside. HEPA filters are well known for being able to filter 99.9% of all air that goes through your HVAC system, meaning you’ll be breathing air that’s free of dust, debris, pet dander, and other contaminants.

The Honeywell 24V Ultraviolet Air Purifier

However, if you’re looking to stop microbial contaminants from causing harm to you and your family, then a HEPA filter won’t be able to do the job. An ultraviolet (UV) air purifier is the system for you.

The Honeywell 24V Ultraviolet Air Purifier runs in your ductwork, using ultraviolet rays and carbon cells to capture odor-causing airborne particles and transform them into harmless water vapor. The germicidal light will destroy germs and mold in your home while reducing volatile organic compounds as well.

Know the Difference

It’s important to know the difference between an air filtration system and an air purification system. Our Fantech HEPA Air Filter will filter out particles above a certain size category, but won’t do anything about microbial germs and mold spores. The Honeywell 24V Ultraviolet Air Purifier will eliminate said germs and mold spores. An ultraviolet air purifier has a unique advantage when trying to protect your home from microbial organisms that could make you sick.

Contact Ambient Air Solutions to learn more.


There is much to consider regarding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) and its possible transmission in your home. While there are various and effective indoor air quality measures available to help protect your safety, including duct sanitization, ultraviolet (UV) germicidal light treatment, and HEPA air filters, they alone cannot protect from all forms of COVID-19 transmission. It is important to follow all official guidelines for preventing the spread of this virus.

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