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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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Use Your Thermostat the Right Way

January 10th, 2022

We’re not implying that you use your thermostat the wrong way. In fact, most homeowners use their thermostats to reflect their own comfort preferences, and that’s perfectly fine! If you want your home to be warmer or colder, you should be the arbiter of that difference, and your HVAC system in Bozeman, MT should follow suit. If you believe that your heater just can’t quite keep up with your unique comfort preferences, then you should call our team for repairs.

However, sometimes the problem doesn’t come from the HVAC system, and can instead come from poor communication between your thermostat and your heater. Especially if you’ve got a relatively new heating system, there are some things you need to know about your thermostat that could help regulate things better and reduce your monthly heating bill!

Keep reading to learn a few tips on how to properly use your thermostat.

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3 Furnace Goals for the New Year

December 27th, 2021

The new year is right around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking ahead! Many people will go straight into New Year’s resolutions, or they’ll excitedly start looking towards vacation plans, family plans, and even new family members being born. We love the new year because it’s a time of looking forward to a better future for us and our customers.

However, for some homeowners with a problematic furnace, this can be a time of headaches. You might be contemplating your HVAC in Livingston, MT, and anticipating repairs sooner rather than later. This can be stressful and it can turn New Year into a chore rather than a time of celebration. We’re here to curb that by helping you create some furnace goals.

We believe that by having clear goals on how to help your furnace and what that could look like for your budget, we can start removing stress and give you the space to enjoy the holiday with your family. You deserve it!

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Are You Dealing With Cold Spots?

December 13th, 2021

Uh oh, nobody likes to hear the term “cold spots” unless temperatures are balmy and we’re in the middle of the summer. But if you’ve looked out the window recently, you’ll know that we’re not in the summer and we’re almost actually in winter. So, if you’re dealing with cold spots in your home, then you’re likely looking for a way to get rid of them.

Well, the good news is that the first step towards getting rid of cold spots is acknowledging that you have them! Sometimes, cold spots can be an occurrence in specific types of homes like ones with new additions, large single-paned old windows, and drafty corridors. However, most of the time a cold spot can be attributed to the need for furnace repair in Livingston, MT.

Today, we’re going to take a deep dive into why cold spots occur and what you can do about the ones in your home!

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3 Tips to Stop Your Furnace From Breaking Down

November 15th, 2021

We put a lot of stress on our furnaces during the winter, and it’s not really by choice. Living in a climate like ours means we need to devote a good portion of our budget to keeping temperatures warm and cozy indoors until the spring comes. This means that there are some good practices that homeowners can take that go a long way when it comes to furnace health.

Sometimes there’s just no avoiding it—your heater might need furnace repair in Belgrade, MT. Or, it might be in rough shape to the point where replacement services might be necessary. Our team can help walk you through this difficult time, but also we’ll provide you with some tips that can help you keep your furnace running well.

Keep reading and we’ll talk about three awesome tips that can help homeowners keep their furnaces running smoothly throughout the rest of the fall and winter this year!

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What Does an Air Filter Do?

November 1st, 2021

We talk a lot about air filters on this blog, but we think it’s about time that we covered what they do specifically. Air filters, contrary to popular belief, don’t actually target contaminants to improve your air quality indoors. They just do this on accident. Air filters are designed to protect your heating system from contaminants that might damage their sensitive components or hard-working parts.

If you’re looking for more high-quality air filtration systems that are designed to keep your air safe and clean, then you should check out some of our amazing products on the indoor air quality section of our website. However, if you’re trying to learn more about how an air filter is going to protect your heat pump in Bozeman, MT, then you’re in the right place.

Let’s talk about heat pumps, their air filters, and what you can do to better improve the efficiency and output of your heating system.

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How to Put Your AC Away Correctly

October 18th, 2021

The transition is starting between cooling season and heating season. Or, for many people in our community, the transition is well underway or almost complete. Temperatures are already starting to get chilly at night and it’s only a matter of time before we depend on our heaters 24/7. That means you need to put away your air conditioner the right way.

We know that every year is different, and sometimes we’re scrambling to get things right during a busy fall. HVAC in Belgrade, MT can be a hassle when other things in your life matter just as much or more. But we want to help set you up for success by giving you the chance to correctly put your system into hibernation so it doesn’t get damaged or need repairs before next summer.

So, let’s talk about a few ways we can safely and effectively put your air conditioner into hibernation until the cooling season arrives next year.

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3 Ductless AC Repairs to Get Now

October 4th, 2021

We know how much homeowners in our area love their ductless mini splits. They provide perfect cooling during the summer, and energy-efficient heating during our fall. Before you sit down and relax to enjoy your spooky movie marathon for the Halloween season, it’s important that you focus on one last point of order—repairs.

If you’ve got one ductless air handler that’s causing trouble, or you’ve got a system that’s leaking on your wall, then you’re going to want that taken care of as soon as possible. When it comes to air conditioning repair in Ennis, MT, anything that has to do with moisture should be fixed before our cold season strikes. That moisture dripping from your system is not only a breeding ground for mold, but it will also start to freeze and cause a whole host of other problems down the line.

Let’s talk about three common ductless AC repairs that you might need soon.

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Who Do You Trust in the HVAC Industry?

September 20th, 2021
Service technician testing a furnace

It can be hard to deal with HVAC problems when trustworthy professionals and technicians are hard to come by. We want to trust our family members, friends, and neighbors that have been providing repairs for thirty years. However, with systems getting more complex and some family members throwing out their backs when they try to dive deep into repairing an AC unit, it might be time to change things up.

Let’s start with the basics. Trust is the most important aspect of HVAC in Livingston, MT. If you can’t trust the person who is going to be working on your air conditioner or heating system, then they shouldn’t be anywhere near it.

Today, plainly and simply, we’re going show you signs that you can trust a prospective HVAC technician. If they have these qualities or qualifications, then they’re most likely a great choice for HVAC work in your home.

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Where to Go After a Botched Repair

September 6th, 2021

We’re not interested in admitting defeat here on this blog. While it’s true that you might feel pretty defeated after finding out that the repair job you just paid for isn’t doing the trick, it’s not the end of your AC’s journey. If anything, this is a perfect opportunity to learn some useful tips about AC repair in Helena, MT.

First, we need to touch on the subject of why professional service that’s insured could help you in the future. Then, we’ll discuss the problems with amateur or DIY service, why it can lead to more situations like this, and what other solutions are available.

Finally, we’ll get into what you can do right now. There’s always a way up, and we hope that this blog grants you a little bit of positivity to start getting your home the comfort it needs.

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Why It’s Time to Upgrade Your Portable AC

August 23rd, 2021

Portable air conditioners sound like a great investment when you first purchase a home, or when you’re in need of emergency comfort. After all, you can just spend most of these hot summer days in one room, or swimming in the pool, right? While this might be the case right now, the truth is that our expectations and lifestyles grow over time. What seems comfortable now could quickly become a hassle within the next couple of years. Whole-home air conditioning systems are designed to remedy this problem by providing you with plenty of space and comfort.

As your needs change, so will your air conditioning in Helena, MT. Today, we want to explain why a central air conditioner, or some other kind of whole-home air conditioning system, is always going to be better than a portable unit. We’ll explain how to go about upgrading it, and why upgrading could be a great decision for your budget!

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