<![CDATA[Ambient Air Solutions, Inc. | Heating and Air Conditioning; AC Service; AC Repair|Bozeman MT - Q&A]]>Sun, 18 Feb 2018 15:32:51 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[Comfort and Maintenance Tips- Gas Furnace]]>Mon, 12 Oct 2015 16:15:43 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2015/10/comfort-and-maintenance-tips-gas-furnace.htmlKeep your system running at peak performance and extend its useful life with these handy tips. While mechanical heating and cooling equipment is complex, there are some basic preventive maintenance procedures you can perform to keep your system running at its most efficient.

First, assess the condition of your current home comfort system. If your furnace is more than 12 years, it’s time to call your local Heating Contractor to learn about reducing your utility bills with today’s more energy efficient equipment.

Gas Furnace Maintenance
  1. Confirm that the furnace runs completely through a normal cycle from start-up to shut-down. Look at the thermostat reading to confirm that the system shuts off when reaching the high temperature set-point. (If otherwise, you have a short cycling problem requiring a service call.)
  2. Clean dust or move objects away from the grates that supply air into each room and the large return grate, usually in a hallway, to ensure proper air flow.
  3. Make sure obstacles are cleared away from the furnace and the safety switch on the furnace door.
  4. Check the vent connections for the exhaust pipe and chimney for rust or gaps.
  5. Make sure your CO/CO2 monitor is operating properly and that it has fresh batteries.
  6. Replace furnace filters bi-annually.

<![CDATA[2015 Fujitsu Mini-Split Press RELEASE]]>Mon, 01 Jun 2015 18:53:57 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2015/06/2015-fujitsu-mini-split-press-release.htmlPRESS RELEASE

March 3,2015
Fujitsu General Limited

<![CDATA[2015 Regional Energy Efficiency Standards For HVAC]]>Wed, 20 May 2015 17:26:34 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2015/05/2015-regional-energy-efficiency-standards-for-hvac.html]]><![CDATA[How do I select the right heating/cooling system?]]>Wed, 20 May 2015 16:43:03 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2015/05/how-do-i-select-the-right-heatingcooling-system.htmlFirst, make sure the unit is properly sized. Your dealer will provide a load calculation for your home. Also ask the dealer to provide an energy analysis to determine operating cost. Next, consider any comfort issues in the home. Some products can reduce air stratification and uneven temperatures from room to room. If you have allergies, an indoor unit with an ECM motor will allow you to circulate the air in your home continuously while filtering the air for about the same cost as operating a standard light bulb. Finally, know your budget parameters and the efficiency of the system being proposed. Does the system offer a payback? In other words, will the monthly savings over time offset the cost of the new unit or efficiency option being considered?]]><![CDATA[How expensive are air-conditioning and heat pump systems?]]>Wed, 20 May 2015 16:39:43 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2015/05/how-expensive-are-air-conditioning-and-heat-pump-systems.htmlMany factors affect the cost of a heating or air-conditioning system, including the size of your home, the type and condition of the ductwork installed, and accessories you might need such as a thermostat or an electronic air cleaner. We have a complete range of systems and accessories available to meet all your needs, including your financial ones! Your local dealer will be happy to assist you in finding the right system to meet not only your comfort needs but also your household budget.
<![CDATA[Why should I replace my existing heating or air-conditioning system?]]>Tue, 08 Jul 2014 18:27:19 GMThttp://ambientairsolutions.com/1/post/2014/07/how-can-our-professional-tech-help-you.htmlYou may wish to consider replacing your air-conditioning or heating system if it is old, inefficient, or in need of repair. Doing so can result in better energy savings that really add up over time! Today's systems are as much as 60% more efficient than those systems manufactured as little as ten years ago. In addition, if not properly maintained, wear and tear on a system can reduce the actual or realized efficiency of the system. If you are concerned about utility bills or are faced with an expensive repair, you may want to consider replacing your system rather than face another season of costly utility bills or paying to replace an expensive component. The utility cost savings of a new unit may provide an attractive return on your investment. If you plan on financing the purchase, the monthly savings on your utility bill should be considered when determining the actual monthly cost of replacing a system. The offsetting savings may permit you to purchase a more efficient system.]]>