While Montana summers usually don't last very long, they can still be almighty hot while they're here. If you're getting hot under the collar because your air conditioner isn't doing the job, call on the air conditioning pros at Anderson's Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing. We offer air conditioning repair and replacement, but want to give you some tips on signs that your AC unit needs to be inspected by a professional.
OUR #1 RECOMMENDATION: ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
Let our maintenance team make sure that your cooling system is ready for those 100 degree days when we do get them. With our thorough checklists we can give you piece of mind that your air conditioning system will perform when it needs to and cut down on costly repair bills.
ANDERSON'S AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
Anderson's Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing repairs all makes and models of air conditioners, so whether or not we installed your system originally, give us a call - you'll speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable representatives, not some electronic answering machine voice. We'll arrange a time for a qualified HVAC technician to visit your home and diagnose the problem, providing you with options for repair and/or replacement.
If we make a service call to repair your unit, we'll be sure to minimize the disruption to your routine by making sure we have the parts and equipment necessary to complete your repair as quickly as possible, so you can get back to enjoying your cool, comfortable interior.
Anderson's Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing are certified dealers and installers for Rheem Ruud forced air heating and cooling systems, as well as Mitsubishi ductless mini splits. Our expert installers can do new construction installations and existing system retrofits, whatever it takes to improve the performance and efficiency of your cooling system.
We also offer 24/7 emergency service when your air conditioner breaks down outside of business hours, give us a call at 406-728-8048 (Missoula) or 406-363-4550 (Hamilton) for after hours service.