Clinton

Air Conditioning

"When the days get longer and the nights shorter, you know the mercury in your thermometer will be steadily rising for the next few months. During these hot days, you will be relying on your air conditioner to work overtime. All of us at Design Air in Clinton want to help you be sure your air conditioning system is ready for the job.

If you have a working air conditioning system, it is a smart preventative idea to have one of our heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professionals come out in the spring or early summer to take a look. We offer a multilevel inspection as well as a basic cleaning. Talk to us about regular air conditioning maintenance and how it can help you.

By having a regular inspection, you may be able to avoid an air conditioner breakdown during the summer as well as high emergency air conditioning repair bills. In addition, taking care of your unit will lengthen its overall life, saving you money in the long run.

If you are looking around for a new air conditioner in Montana, you may want to call our team to get some advice about the best air conditioning system to purchase. We offer a wide selection of the top brands and can help you match the capacity of particular models with your home’s needs.

When you are ready to talk air conditioning, call Design Air at 406-251-7997 Our team is anxious to help you stay cooler this summer. Request air conditioning service online today.



Ductless Systems

If you are considering adding on a room to your Montana home, you may be wondering about heating and cooling options. Expanding your home’s ductwork can be costly and may overburden your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. You should consider installing an efficient ductless system available today.

Ductless systems can be an excellent solution for extra rooms in your Clinton home. Since they are not connected to your HVAC system, you can provide customized climate control in selected areas. For instance, you may want to heat or cool a home office only during work hours or an elderly family member may want a bedroom warmer than others residing in the home.

A home’s duct work is often responsible for up to a 30 percent loss of energy, which means a ductless system can reduce your energy bills regularly. Since ductless units require only a small hole in the wall to install, your energy loss is minimized.

Our trained experts at Design Air can help you size a ductless unit for your room or home as well as advise if one makes sense for your particular heating or cooling needs. Call Design Air at 406-251-7997 to learn more about ductless units. Request ductless system service online today.

Furnaces

Coming into a toasty, warm home from the blistering winter wind is such a pleasant feeling. Be sure your furnace is ready for the cold temperatures by checking in with our professionals at Design Air. Our trained professionals can help you select and install a new furnace, repair or inspect an existing furnace, or simply tune up your entire heating system to be sure it’s prepared.

If you are in the market for a new furnace for your Clinton home, you will have plenty of options. Today’s furnaces are designed to operate in a wide variety of climates as well as different sized homes.

The layout of your rooms and the building materials used in your Montana home should also play a role in helping you select the right furnace for your needs. It’s important to match the size of your furnace to all these factors so you get the right amount of heat in cold weather while not wasting energy unnecessarily.

Furnaces run on a variety of different fuels so another consideration when choosing a furnace is the long-run cost of operating your furnace. Most new furnaces are designed with optimal efficiency in mind. It’s important to balance the initial cost of your furnace with ongoing energy costs.

In addition, many furnaces have special features that can help improve indoor air quality or ventilation, offer variable speeds for more consistent heat, or provide zone heating.

Have more furnace questions? Call Design Air at 406-251-7997. Our professionals have the answers. Request furnace service online today.

Gas Fireplaces

Gas fireplaces have come a long way in the past couple decades. There are many options available with something for every taste. A gas fireplace could be a great option for you if you are looking for that type of ambience in your Clinton home.

These fireplaces are easy for our professionals to install and look amazing. The newest models are much different than the models of even five years ago. When you add a wide variety of styles, the easy on and off switch, and the sheer coziness of a fireplace to your Montana home, a residential gas fireplace becomes a much more appealing option.

It is worth noting that while these may seem easy to install and a tempting do-it-yourself (DIY) project, these fireplaces need to connect to a gas line. Anytime you are working with gas, you can’t take chances—installing a gas fireplace is best left to the professionals.

Considering a gas fireplace for your home? Our Design Air professionals are ready and willing to help—call today at 406-251-7997. Request gas fireplace service online today.

Heat Pumps

Finding a sustainable, efficient, and effective way to heat and cool your Clinton home can be a challenge. Fortunately, technology and developments in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry are making strides in this area. One solution is to invest in a heat pump for all your climate control needs.

Our Design Air team can provide a wealth of information about current heat pumps available today. Just like its name implies, a heat pump simply pumps warmer air between your home and the outdoors, depending on the season.

When you want additional heat during the colder months, the pump moves heat from outside to inside. When you want heat to be removed during the warmer seasons, the heat pump pushes the heat from inside to outside.

The majority of heat pumps available on the market today are air-source heat pumps. They consume less electricity than baseboard heaters and traditional furnaces, saving you money and reducing your home’s carbon footprint. Heat pumps do not create heat by burning a fuel such as wood or natural gas, which contributes to their energy efficiency and affordability.

High-efficiency heat pumps provide better dehumidification during the warmer months, giving them a leg up over conventional air conditioners.

If you want to get more information about heat pump models for your Montana home, call Design Air at 406-251-7997 . Our team is ready and prepared to answer your questions. Request heat pump service online today.

Indoor Air Quality

Do you find yourself feeling tired all the time? Are you suffering from allergies, asthma, or constant respiratory distress? Although these things can originate from many different sources, poor indoor air quality is a possibility.

Our team at Design Air here in Clinton wants to help you ensure a healthy home. We will come out and test the air quality in your Montana home. If they find any issues, they can provide remediation services to help you improve it.

Everyone has dust and dust mites in their home as well as some level of chemicals released from carpeting, cleaning supplies, and other household substances. In addition, if you have pets, you will generate more hair and dander. Smoking also adds particulates to the air. All of these things can contribute to an indoor air quality problem.

Testing of indoor air quality is something we do every day. If we find issues, our experienced professionals might recommend remediation such as air duct cleaning or replacing your air filters in your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. A wide variety of air filtration and air purification systems are available on the market today as well, which can help improve your indoor air quality.

Call our team at Design Air today. We can be reached at 406-251-7997 to provide information or answer questions. Request indoor air quality service online today.

Maintenance

Everything has its season, and your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is no different. Your furnace puts in overtime during the chilly winters while taking a rest in the summer, and your air conditioning unit works on the opposite schedule in Montana. Our team at Design Air recommends that right before your furnace or air conditioner goes into high gear you schedule an HVAC maintenance service call.

Our trained professionals will conduct a complete inspection and cleaning of your HVAC system. Talk with us about our multipoint inspection. It includes a filter change, lubrication, pressure and safety check, and much more. You will also have a trained eye on your system so any potential problems can be caught quickly and repaired before your HVAC system stops working.

In the long run, investing in HVAC maintenance can save you a great deal of stress and money in your Clinton home. A well-maintained system will not only function better, but it will consume less energy every day. In addition, it can help increase the working life of your whole system, making it less likely you will have to invest in a new furnace or air conditioning unit prematurely.

When you are ready to schedule your HVAC maintenance visit, contact Design Air at 406-251-7997 . We would be happy to answer questions or share more details. Request HVAC maintenance service online today.







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“We highly recommend Design Air. The Service and help we received was professional, efficient and expedient. Everyone we had contact with, from the Sales Person, the Receptionist, the Service Technician and the Installers were friendly and very knowledgeable. It is nice to have a dependable and efficient furnace.”

– Kenneth D.

'- Kenneth D.

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“I actually was talked out of their service by the honesty of the technician. I ended up replacing a section of ducting myself. I will definitely recommend this firm to anyone in the future. Thanks for the sound advice. If I ever really do need heating tech service I will call these people first.”

– Thomasa Y.

'- Thomasa Y.