Do you have to bundle up in blankets to stay warm in your house during the winter months? Or do you have to plug in fans around your house to stay cool in the summer? Stop enduring uncomfortable temperatures in your home and have your AC or furnace repaired. Call Alta Air for services in Wood Cross, UT, and the surrounding areas. We provide complimentary estimates so you know what to expect before we start the work!
We take pride in providing quality heating and cooling services to Weber and Davis Counties. But don’t take our word for it – read our testimonials to see what our clients think of our work.
Proudly Serving Northern Utah & Surrounding Areas
We provide quality heating and cooling services to the following areas:
- Ogden: Heating | Cooling
- Woods Cross: Heating | Cooling
- Farmington: Heating | Cooling
- Kaysville: Heating | Cooling
- Syracuse: Heating | Cooling
- Clearfield: Heating | Cooling
- Clinton: Heating | Cooling
- Farr West: Heating | Cooling
- Hooper: Heating | Cooling
- Centerville: Heating | Cooling
- Draper: Heating | Cooling
- Salt Lake City: Heating | Cooling
- Sandy: Heating | Cooling
- West Jordan: Heating | Cooling
- South Jordan: Heating | Cooling
- Herriman: Heating | Cooling
- Tooele: Heating | Cooling
- Stansbury Park: Heating | Cooling
- Lehi: Heating | Cooling
- Layton: Heating | Cooling
- Alpine: Heating | Cooling
- Highland: Heating | Cooling
Don’t see your area above? We also offer services to the following cities:
- Saratoga Springs
- Spanish Fork
Signs You Need To Replace Your Air Conditioning System
Are you crossing your fingers that your AC unit makes it through another summer? Instead of relying on luck, watch for these signs that can indicate you need to replace your system:
- Your unit is more than 15 years old.
- Your system is losing efficiency, resulting in higher utility bills.
- Your property is no longer reaching a desirable temperature.
- Your unit needs multiple repairs.
- Your system needs a major repair, such as a new motor or compressor.
- Your unit is leaking.
- You hear strange sounds coming from the unit that could be an issue with your motor.
- Your unit is producing cold air, but it is not blowing as strongly as it should.
When you need to replace your unit, contact us. We offer Day and Night systems.
How a Malfunctioning Heater Can Impact Your Home
A malfunctioning heater can leave your house cold and uncomfortable, and it can also have additional effects, such as:
- Risk of illness: Depending on the issue with the unit, it can cause your family to become ill. A serious issue like a carbon monoxide leak can have severe health impacts.
- Lower indoor air quality: A malfunctioning system is unable to properly remove particles from the air in your home.
- Risk of fire: A broken system can pose a risk to your home and family, including increasing the risks of fire.
- Higher monthly utility costs: A malfunctioning unit is less efficient and may work harder to heat your home, resulting in higher energy bills.
Do you want to learn more about our air conditioning installation services? Contact us to learn more!
How to Properly Maintain Your Furnace
Don’t risk having your furnace unexpectedly break down in the middle of winter. Instead, perform regular maintenance on your unit throughout the year by completing these tasks:
- Schedule a yearly inspection with a professional in the late spring or early fall.
- Change the filter at least every three months.
- Install a carbon monoxide monitor. This should be inspected by a professional during your annual tune-up.
- Have your ducts inspected to ensure they are sealed properly.
- Check the blower for any obstructions. If needed, apply lubrication.
- Inspect the inside of the furnace chamber for defects that could include rust, holes, and separated seams.
- Clean the burners with fresh water to remove dust and dirt.
- Clean the sensor and pilot with a wire brush and emery cloth.
- Check the “high limit” to prevent overheating.
- Check the gas meter to monitor the rate of fuel usage.
- Clean the area around the system to keep it free from obstacles so it can be easily accessed for repairs.