FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Can We Help You?
We get a lot of questions about home heating and cooling. Here are some frequently asked questions from Bozeman homeowners. If you don’t see your question here, let us know and we’ll get an answer to you.
For more information on Bozeman home heating and cooling or to get an answer to one of your questions, contact our trained experts today. We look forward to hearing from you.
How do I pay my bill?
The best way to pay your bill is to simply click on the ‘Pay Invoice Now’ button at the top right-hand side of the screen. Alternatively, you can pay over the phone.
Do you offer financing assistance?
How do I know which brand to choose?
How will I know what the right size of equipment for our home?
How do I choose a heating or cooling contractor?
What is ENERGY STAR® and why is it important?
How important is it to maintain our furnace or heat pump?
Are there things a homeowner can do to help increase the energy efficiency of their heating and cooling system?
How often should I change my air filters?
What can I do to lower the cost of my monthly utility bill?
How important is it to maintain my gas furnace or heat pump?
How do I make sense of the efficiency ratings?
Will a programmable thermostat add value to my gas furnace or heat pump?
A ductless heat pump can provide effective heating and cooling. New construction is a perfect application for ductless technology. Typically one or more systems might be installed in various “zones” of the house. And many existing homeowners when given the choice prefer a ductless heat pump. We are happy to do a side by side comparison for you to determine if a ductless system will fit your needs.
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