Ambient Air Solutions Blog: Posts Tagged ‘furnace repair’

Are You Dealing With Cold Spots?

Monday, 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

Monday, 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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Your Furnace Should Never Do This

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

We get a lot of calls from homeowners who notice something “strange” about their heating system but aren’t quite sure how serious the problem is. While we want to remind you that our phone lines are always open for people to call us and ask, you should be able to parse this out for yourself sometimes. There are absolutely things that signify the need for furnace repair in Helena, MT and there shouldn’t be any grey area around it.

To keep things simple, here’s a list of things that your furnace should never do. This means if you locate anything on this list that seems familiar, or that you just noticed your furnace doing, you should schedule repairs as soon as possible.

Don’t try to convince yourself that your furnace is the exception, and don’t start rationalizing why you can wait for repairs. Some of these fixes just can’t wait.

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Furnaces: Your Handy FAQ Guide

Monday, January 11th, 2021

Are you a homeowner that’s never really thought about your furnace system until now, but now has some burning questions? Or perhaps you’re a homeowner that’s always been quite curious about your furnace, but you need some more intermediate answers to help you pinpoint a problem? Furnaces in Helena, MT are our specialty because they’re the most common heating system we see and service. We’d love for our community to be more understanding and knowledgeable about these types of systems, and we can start that today.

We’ve come up with an FAQ guide to tackle some beginner and intermediate questions for curious people that want to understand their furnaces. Be advised that this FAQ is not a tutorial to fix your furnace, or help you when you open it up and start working on repairs. For that, we only recommend you call a professional that’s licensed and certified to perform that work.

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How Important Is a Furnace Filter?

Monday, December 14th, 2020

How important is a water filter when you’re drinking water from the tap? Or how important is it that you strain your pasta before you cook it? We use filters in different aspects of our lives, but when it comes to HVAC systems, our furnace filters might be the most important. Furnace filters do a lot more than just improve our indoor air quality. Their main job is to actually protect the interior components of your heating system so it lasts longer and functions efficiently.

We’re going to go into some details about the reason why furnaces, and other forced-air heating systems, come with filters. We’ll talk about how replacing your filter can help mitigate the need for furnace repair in Helena, MT.

Sound good? Great! Then let’s get to the point and talk about the need for furnace filters.

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