Whether you are looking for heating services at your home or a rental property, knowing a Missoula HVAC contractor that you can rely on is vital! Check out available types of heaters and HVAC services available from Garden City Plumbing and Heating.
Boilers –A reliable heat source for many homes is boilers! They can be used with radiators, baseboards, or radiant heating systems. Review some of the common problems associated with boilers if you are trying to troubleshoot an issue or know what to expect before installing this type of system in your home.
Furnaces – Forced air heaters are a great comfortable source of heat in many homes across Montana. If you are considering installing a furnace, it is important to be aware of the common problems you might encounter so you know what to expect as time passes. Explore the difference between gas vs electric furnaces before you decide which to have installed by a Missoula HVAC contractor.
Heat Pumps – Heat pumps are an extremely efficient, environmentally friendly way to heat your home. Check out this 20 Questions game to weigh the pros and cons of a heat pump and how it would be a great fit for your home! Call your local Missoula HVAC contractor to schedule an installation today.
Radiant In Floor Heat – This is luxurious heat for your luxurious home. Check out common maintenance and repair needs, as all systems need upkeep as time goes on. Commonly used as an auxiliary type of heat, call a reliable HVAC contractor with questions or for an installation quote today.
Ductless Systems – Known also as a “mini-split” heating system, this is commonly used in add-on sections of a home or where there is minimal room for ductwork. Check out this comparison article to help you decide if a ductless system is right for your Missoula home.
Indoor Air Quality – If you want to be sure that your HVAC system is not causing your allergies, call your trusted Missoula HVAC contractor to schedule an Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
Geothermal and Ground Source Systems – THE leading technology in HVAC systems is geothermal and ground source heating. You may have heard that the ground stays around 60 degrees, and you can pull that heat into your home when the outside temperature has dropped much lower. Check out these common problems to be aware of as you decide how to heat your home. Contact a Missoula HVAC contractor with any questions you have before scheduling an installation!
Zone Control – Have control over each bedroom in your home and keep the kitchen a little bit cooler with zone control! Check out this overview to learn more and then schedule an appointment with Garden City Plumbing and Heating to set up your home for more comfort!
Duct Cleaning – Whether you think pollen spores are growing in your ductwork or you think oxidation has started releasing debris into your ductwork, it is best to have this part of your heating system serviced regularly. Call a Missoula HVAC contractor to thoroughly clean and inspect your HVAC ductwork today!
Duct Sealing Aeroseal – Aeroseal technology is exciting and effective! Have your ducts sealed to stop allergies and prevent them from coming back!
Thermostats – A small piece of equipment to control the comfort of your entire home. Be sure to have the most effective thermostat for your heating system and home.
Maintenance – All systems experience wear and tear. Most HVAC systems require an inspection every 1 to 2 years. Check out these preventative steps and be sure to schedule your inspection before small problems become big problems.
Service and Repair – No matter what type of heater you have, at some point, you will have to call a Missoula HVAC Contractor for servicing or a repair. Read more about common repairs needed for various HVAC systems to help you determine the severity of your problem.
Garden City Plumbing and Heating is Here to Help!
Whether you are trying to decide on a type of heat in your new home or trying to fix your current heater, Garden City Plumbing and Heating will walk you through the options and get you set up for a great HVAC system! Don’t hesitate to give us a call at (406) 728-5550 or contact us online. We’ll be waiting!