Whether you are coming home from a long, stressful day at work or you have finally collected your children from all their summer activities, the last thing you want to find is a hot, stuffy home and a broken air conditioner. One of our goals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating is to be sure that scenario does not happen to you. If you live in Roland, you know the importance of having a working air conditioner in the summer.
One of the best ways to minimize the chances of having a failing air conditioning system here in Oklahoma is through regular maintenance. Remember that you will probably be asking your air conditioning system to work 24/7 on the hottest days—it deserves to get a little TLC before the task. Call our professional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) team to conduct a thorough inspection and cleaning, so your air conditioner is ready for the big job ahead.
Besides minimizing the chances of failure, a well-maintained air conditioner will be more energy efficient, reducing your energy bills. In addition, you will also be extending the overall life of your unit, which means your air conditioning system can serve you in years to come.
However, if you find your older system is unreliable, our team can also help you select a new air conditioning system that will meet your particular needs at an affordable price.
Do you want to know the secret to maintaining a comfortable climate in your home? How about an often-overlooked way to reduce your heating and cooling energy bills? Have the air ducts, or ductwork, in your in Roland, home inspected.
That is right, the ductwork that travels all around your home may be the cause of uneven temperature distribution—rooms which are never quite warm or cool enough and waste energy.
One of our goals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating is to help homeowners like you get to know your duct system better. A comprehensive inspection can help identify leaks as well as places where additional insulation can conserve heat or cooling during air circulation.
Call our trained experts to learn about our air duct services. We can identify various points of your air duct network that may require professional sealing. In addition, if your ducts run through uninsulated parts of your home like your attic, we may recommend additional insulation to help you conserve energy.
If you are struggling with uneven heating and cooling due to poorly placed registers, we can solve that issue as well. Our team can help balance how the air is distributed in your home.
When you want to learn more about air duct services and how our team can help you increase your home’s comfort level as well as save you energy, call Mountain Air Cooling & Heating at 479-782-4328 for more details. We are ready and waiting to help. Request air duct service online today.
If you are looking for a way to add supplemental heating or cooling to one area of your home, or if you think you could heat and cool your entire Oklahoma home in a nontraditional fashion, you may want to look into the efficient ductless system available today. These systems provide heating and cooling without using your Roland home’s air duct system.
Our professionals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating can help you determine the best application for a ductless system as well as help you size the appropriate unit for your space. Many homeowners find ductless systems are an excellent heating and cooling solution for room additions, man caves, bonus rooms, or guest suites. In addition, if you are battling temperature imbalances in your home or thermostat fights among family members, a ductless unit can come to the rescue.
An advantage of a ductless system is eliminating the loss of energy through a typical duct system. Customized climate control in infrequently used spaces is also an advantage.
Give us a call at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating at 479-782-4328 to get more information about ductless units. Our professionals are here to help answer any questions you may have. Request ductless system service online today.
Building a new home or remodeling your current home is an exciting adventure for any family. If you are designing your dream home in Oklahoma, you may be overwhelmed by the number of decisions you need to make.
One decision you do not want to make hastily is what kind of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system you will install. This is also true when it comes time to replace or upgrade your current heating and cooling system.
Many homeowners select a furnace as their heating option. If that is where you are headed, be sure to call Mountain Air Cooling & Heating for recommendations and assistance.
Furnaces have a long history in helping families keep warm in with cold weather. Today there are a vast number of furnaces on the market. They can provide reliable heat for small, medium, and large homes as well as single-story or multistory designs. Furnaces are designed to work well in urban locations, subdivisions, or country homes.
The good news is there is a furnace designed just for your particular Roland home. Let our professional team help you find it.
We can recommend a correct-sized furnace so you always have comfortable heat on the coldest winter days while not wasting energy at the same time. We can go over various efficiency ratings, fuel sources, and features so you get all the things important to you in a new furnace. And we can work with you on budget and timing.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Residential geothermal heat pumps have been around for a very long time. They are energy efficient, are low cost in the long run, and work with nature instead of against it. Why don’t more companies talk about this heating and cooling option?
Sadly, it’s because some common myths are still circulating about geothermal heat pumps. Add that to the initial high cost and area restrictions on these systems and it’s easy for companies to stick to traditional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Here at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating we break down the myths and open up this alternative option for our clients. So, what is geothermal heating?
In a nutshell, geothermal furnaces exchange the heat or the cold from your Roland home with the temperature of the earth below you. Unlike the weather above, five feet into the earth, the temperature stays the same. And that energy is what geothermal heating and cooling systems tap into to keep your home comfortable. Depending on the model you consider, you may be able to heat your water supply as well with this clean, renewable energy.
On the flip side, they may cost more than traditional systems to set up and not all Oklahoma homes or buildings will be able to use geothermal HVAC systems. While these are big considerations, they should not hold you back from considering all the options available to you.
Heat pump technology has changed a great deal since it was invented. Although it was a byproduct of a deep freezer experiment, the heat pumps of today provide an effective, efficient way to deliver heating and cooling services to homeowners in Oklahoma.
How does a heat pump work? Heat pumps operate by transferring heat from one location to another.
In the colder months, heat pumps take heat from outdoors and send it indoors to warm your home. Then in the warmer months, they do the reverse like an air conditioner and remove the heat from indoors and move it outside. Our professionals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating can talk with you about your specific heating and cooling needs to see if a heat pump may be a good solution for you.
One big advantage of heat pumps is they do not burn fuel such as wood, oil, or natural gas. This means you typically reduce your energy bills in the long run, and your family’s heating and cooling needs are met in a more environmentally friendly manner.
Give Mountain Air Cooling & Heating a call at 479-782-4328 to find out how heat pump technology has evolved and what models might fit your heating and cooling needs. Request heat pump service online today.
Indoor Air Quality
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93 percent of their time indoors. It’s no wonder that poor indoor air quality can have such a detrimental effect on your health. Our professionals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating can test your indoor air quality as well as provide tips and services to help you improve it in your Oklahoma home.
Common indoor air pollutants include dust and dust mites, pet hair and dander, bacteria and viruses, smoke, and chemicals from cleaning supplies and new furniture. Most heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems use an air filter to remove some of these pollutants. However, the size of particulates removed may vary depending on the quality of the filter.
Poor indoor air quality can lead to general discomfort or possibly more serious health issues. Asthma and allergies can both be aggravated by poor indoor air quality, causing additional respiratory distress.
Instead, consider having one of our air quality professionals come out and evaluate your Roland home. Air duct cleaning, air purification systems, and HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filters may be recommended as part of a remediation program. Our trained experts will also inspect your HVAC system for potential leaks of carbon monoxide and other dangerous substances.
The last thing you want to happen in the heat of the summer is to turn on your air conditioning system and find it blowing hot air or to fire up your furnace to find it broken as the mercury drops in the winter. One way to prevent this scenario from occurring is to schedule regular HVAC maintenance service calls during the shoulder seasons. Our professionals at Mountain Air Cooling & Heating will be happy to come out in the spring to inspect your air conditioner and again in the fall to check your furnace.
Our trained technicians will perform a multipoint inspection to make sure everything is in good working order. In addition, they will thoroughly clean all the components of your system and change filters. If they discover any worn parts, they will advise replacement to avoid a costly repair later. Lubrication, tightening of electrical connections, and a safety check are included.
By investing in regular HVAC maintenance for your Roland home, you will keep your home comfortable. In addition, you can save money on your energy bills in Oklahoma and increase the longevity of your entire system in the long run. Maintenance inspections are usually much less expensive than emergency repair calls, saving you money down the road.
Contact Mountain Air Cooling & Heating at 479-782-4328 to get more details about HVAC maintenance services. We’d be happy to schedule a time to come out to your home. Request HVAC maintenance service online today.