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  • Heat Pump Services

    • How Much Will Heat Pump Service Cost Me?
      The cost of heat pump service or repair can vary greatly depending on the issue and your system's condition. We need to perform an on-site assessment to provide an accurate estimate. Many heat pump issues have similar symptoms, making it challenging to diagnose the exact problem without a thorough inspection. Typically, however, you can expect the cost to fall somewhere between $160 and $650 dollars.
    • Should I Repair or Replace My Heat Pump?

      The decision to repair or replace your heat pump depends on its age, efficiency, and the cost of the repair. Significant repairs can be expensive, so if your system is older and facing frequent breakdowns, replacement might be more cost-effective. It will also likely lead to lower energy bills, helping you recoup some of the initial investment. If your heat pump is relatively new and repairable, then fixing it could be the better option. Our technician will present a number of options to ensure there's one that suits your needs and budget.

    • What Should I Do if My Heat Pump Stops Working?
      If your heat pump stops working, check for any tripped circuit breakers or incorrect thermostat settings first. A lot of the time, these simple issues are to blame. Also, ensure there's nothing blocking or obscuring the external unit. A dirty grill can choke the efficiency of the unit. If these quick checks don’t resolve the issue, contact us for professional heat pump repair in Sandy.
    • How Can I Reduce My Heating and Cooling Costs?

      Reducing heating and cooling costs can be achieved by ensuring your heat pump system is running efficiently. Consider these tips:

      • Upgrading Your Heat Pump: Newer, more energy-efficient models can lower operating costs significantly over time. They also perform better at low temperatures.
      • Regular Maintenance: Keeping your heat pump well-maintained ensures it operates at peak efficiency, which can save on energy costs.
      • Proper Insulation: Ensure your home is well insulated to maintain the desired temperature with less energy use. It also helps level out extreme hot and cold spots.
      • Smart Thermostat: Using a smart thermostat can optimize heating and cooling schedules to save energy without sacrificing comfort. It also ensures that forgetfulness won't leave you out in the cold (or heat).
    • What Brands of Heat Pumps Do You Service?

      We service a wide range of heat pump brands, ensuring that we can assist with your specific unit's needs. Whether you have a popular brand or a less common one, our team is equipped to handle maintenance, repairs, and replacements efficiently. Manufacturers we are best acquainted with include Rheem, Lennox, Bryant, Goodman, Carrier, Rheem, Trane, and Ruud.

    • Should I Set My Thermostat to Auto or On for My Heat Pump?

      Setting your thermostat to Auto is generally the best option for heat pumps, as it allows the system to operate only when needed, maintaining the set temperature efficiently and reducing energy use. Setting it to On keeps the fan running continuously, which increases energy consumption.

  • Indoor Air Quality

    • Do Humidity Levels Really Affect My Indoor Air Quality?
      Yes, they do. Homes with exceedingly high humidity levels end up with mold, dust mites, and mildew. Houses with humidity that’s too low, meanwhile, experience dust and recurring sinus issues. Maintaining your home’s humidity levels between 30 and 50 percent keeps you in the “Comfort Zone”.
    • Why Should I Care About My Home’s Air Quality?
      Studies show that air in your home is likely more polluted than the air outside. No matter how tidy your house is, your air will still be filled with pollen, viruses, dust, and pet dander. Only installing an air sanitizer or UV germicidal lights in your HVAC system can truly expel these contaminants.
    • What are the Most Common Air Pollutants?
      The most frequently found contaminants in your home are relatively harmless except for causing discomfort to those who may be allergic. They include pollen, fabric fibers, dust, pet dander, and other common household particles.
    • What Type of Furnace Filter Should I Use in My Home?
      Start by determining how thick of a filter your system can accommodate. Most HVAC systems can’t accommodate filters that are more than an inch thick. We recommend using only filters with a particle removal rating of MERV 11 or higher. This is especially important if anyone in your home suffers from respiratory or cardiac disease. You might also want to consider installing a much thicker, more efficient filter.
    • What’s “Sick Building” Syndrome?
      If you’ve done any research on IAQ, you’ve probably seen references to Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). This term comes from a study where public workers in one building reported headaches, fatigue, nausea, nose irritation, and watery eyes. Researchers examined this building and found it to have a lot of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air. This case gave birth to the term and is now used as a diagnosis for someone who experiences air pollution symptoms at work and notices an immediate improvement upon returning home.
    • Is There Anything I Can Do to Improve My Own Indoor Air Quality?

      We recommend that homeowners who are concerned with the quality of the air they breathe take the following steps:

      • Purchase a HEPA filter
      • Vacuum, mop, and dust regularly to avoid airborne pollutants
      • Choose natural woods and furnishings that don't come with VOCs or emit chemical vapors
      • Open your windows and air your home out from time to time
      • Install a thermostat that includes humidity readings
  • Boiler Services

    • How Often Does My Boiler Need Service?
      We recommend having your boiler serviced on a yearly basis. This will ensure it operates at maximum efficiency through the cold times and into milder weather. By getting it regularly serviced, you can help yourself to avoid future boiler repairs. You can learn more about the benefits of HVAC maintenance in Sandy and South Jordan by reaching out to us by phone or through our website.
    • Can My Boiler Heat My Water, Too?
      Though not possible in the past, newer “combi” boilers allow you to use the water in your boiler for bathing and cooking as well. This eliminates the need for a separate water heater, saving you space and boosting home efficiency.
    • What Do I Do if My Boiler Starts Leaking?

      If your boiler is leaking, don’t panic. You can limit the damage by taking the following steps:

      1. Turn off the boiler’s power and shut the main water valve to prevent further damage
      2. Mop or lay down towels to soak up the water
      3. Try to find the source of the leak. Typically, it comes from the boiler tank, discharge tube, or drain valve
      4. Call Any Climate Mechanical to schedule a boiler technician for repair
    • Will a New Boiler be Quieter?
      This depends on numerous factors. Very old boilers are typically very loud. While those made in the last 15 to 20 years, tend to be quieter than even the newest ones. This is because internal components in new systems, used to enhance efficiency, produce low levels of noise during use. Even if this additional sound is annoying, your new system’s lower operation cost will more than make up for it.
    • Can I Use My Boiler to Cool my Home as Well?
      While radiators can be used to cool homes, boilers cannot provide the cold water necessary to do so. Using a water chiller to produce a cooling effect can lead to humidity, corrosion, and condensation issues. For people with boilers looking for a way to beat Sandy’s summer heat, ductless AC is often the best option.
    • What Brands of Boiler Does Any Climate Mechanical, LLC. Service?
      Our radiant heating experts service all brands of residential boilers. These brands include Lennox, Bosch, Weil-McLain, Lochinvar, Hydro-Therm, Crown, Navien, AO Smith, Buderus, Peerless, Westinghouse, and Triangle Tube.
  • Heating Services

    • Do I Really Need Furnace Maintenance in Sandy?
      We suggest having your heater or furnace examined on a regular basis. A lot of heating failures occur because this vital part of homeownership is ignored in favor of a ‘fingers-crossed’ approach. During your inspection, our HVAC expert will look for signs of damage. They will also clean any dust away and test electrical components. From improved efficiency to manufacturer warranty requirements, there’s few better ways to protect your heating system. You can reach out to us at (801) 760-0294 to schedule your furnace tune-up in Sandy.
    • How Often Should I Replace my Furnace Filter?
      A key part of maintaining your heating system’s performance and efficiency is regularly changing the air filter. If you have a standard 1-inch filter, changing it once-a-month is advised. For 4-inch filters, meanwhile, manufacturers recommend waiting six to nine months between replacement. If you have shedding pets in your household, check more frequently. The best way to tell if it’s time for a new one is to look at it. If it’s more gray than white, it’s likely time to swap it out.
    • With Brands of Furnaces and Heating Products does Any Climate Mechanical, LLC. Work On?
      Our heating experts work with all brands of HVAC equipment including Coleman, Carrier, Bryant, Payne, Trane, Lennox, Rheem, Ruud, Amana, Daikin, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Frigidaire, Gibson, Goodman, Maytag, Weil McLain, American Standard, General, and Dynamic.
    • What Do I Do if My Heat Goes Out?
      • Is power getting to your furnace or heater? Is a fuse or circuit breaker tripped? Make sure your power switch is in the ON position.
      • When was the last time you swapped out your filter? If it’s been a while, try installing a new filter first. This can solve a lot of heating problems.
      • Verify your thermostat is set to “heat” and not “cool”. If you notice the display is dim, try swapping out the batteries on the back of the unit.
      • Is there snow or other debris blocking your outdoor vent? If so, remove the obstruction. This will allow your system to work more effectively.

      If you still don’t have heat, it’s time to contact Sandy’s favorite furnace repair experts at (801) 760-0294.

    • How Can I Reduce My Heating Bills?
      Your home's heating and AC expenses are one of the biggest contributors to utility costs in Sandy and South Jordan area. You can help lower it by changing your filter and completing your required maintenance. Alternatively, you can turn your thermostat down to 68°F instead of 70°F or 72°F (20°C instead of 21°C or 22°C). To save the most money, however, consider installing a new furnace. As technology advances, furnaces have become more fuel-efficient.
    • How Much Does a New Furnace Cost in Sandy?
      The cost of a furnace installation is dependent on several factors including the type of furnace being installed, how much extra work is involved, and how large of a furnace you’ve chosen. Your home may also have two units which may raise the cost of a furnace replacement in Sandy.
    • Your Customer Service Representative Referenced a "No-Heat Call". What Is That?
      A no-heat call is an industry term referring to a customer with a complete lack of heating power. Their furnace , boiler, or heater is producing no heat whatsoever for one reason or another. Because these scenarios can be uncomfortable, especially in Sandy's cooler seasons, we prioritize these appointments on our schedules.
  • AC Maintenance

    • Is AC Maintenance Really Necessary?
      Would you ask this question about oil changes? Probably not. As a complex piece of machinery, your air conditioner is not that different from your car. It needs regular maintenance to function efficiently. Filters, coils, and fins need occasional checks from a professional to ensure continual operation. Neglecting this maintenance ensures a decline in AC performance and a spike in energy bills. It can also lead to premature AC replacement in Sandy.
    • What Can I Do to Prepare for My AC Tune-Up?
      Before we arrive, you'll want to make sure all pets are put away. You should also clear any debris from around the air conditioner. But that's not all. You should also make a list of concerns and questions about your HVAC systems. Are you interested in installing a new thermostat? Has the amount of dust in your home increased? Our technician is here to help solve your comfort problems. We invite you to take advantage of their heating and cooling expertise. Call (801) 760-0294 to schedule an AC tune-up in Sandy.
    • How Much Does an AC Tune-Up in Sandy Cost?
      You'll typically pay $80 to $200 for an AC tune-up in Sandy. The amount depends on a variety of items including the number and size of your air conditioning units. Accessibility can also be a factor. While this may seem like a decent chunk of change, it's a lot cheaper than paying for AC repair or replacement in Sandy. For savings opportunities, we suggest checking out our maintenance club.
    • What Part of AC Maintenance Can I Handle Myself?

      In addition to regularly changing your filters, there are other things you can do to ensure optimal AC efficiency in Sandy. These do-it-yourself AC maintenance items include:

      • Periodically hosing dust and debris down the face of and off your outdoor unit (don't drive it into the unit)
      • Keeping the area around the air conditioner clear of clutter, weeds, and anything else that inhibits open airflow
      • Ensuring your AC is protected from animals and pets

      Anything else should be left to your Sandy HVAC professional. This ensures your safety and and promotes air conditioner longevity.

    • How Long Does an AC Tune-Up Take?
      Air conditioning tune-ups won't eat up your day. The typical AC maintenance call in South Jordan or West Jordan usually takes less than two hours. If you have multiple units—or there's a need for air conditioning repair—that timeline may be extended slightly. Have a hard time getting time off during our normal operating hours? Our local HVAC company is able to make accommodations based on your schedule.
    • What Are Some Signs It's Time for AC Maintenance in Sandy?

      You should have your air conditioner serviced at least once every twelve months. But there are times when you'll need to schedule AC service early. If you're noticing the following, you might want to nab an earlier appointment:

      • Ice forming on the air conditioning
      • Rising electric and utility bills
      • Strange sounds or odors
      • A lowered cooling capacity
      • Tripping breakers and fuses
      • Alerts on the thermostat
      • Constantly switching on and off

      The signs of an AC unit in need of repair or replacement are very similar to one that needs maintenance. For an accurate diagnosis, it's best to call an HVAC professional at the first sign of trouble. Reach out to us at (801) 760-0294 to get scheduled.

    • Does AC Maintenance Erase the Need for Repairs?
      While regular AC tune-ups can make breakdowns less likely, they can't prevent everything. There will still be occasions when you need help from one of Any Climate Mechanical's HVAC professionals. When that happens, give us a call at (801) 760-0294 to schedule air conditioner repair in Sandy.
    • How Does Maintenance Help My System?

      The benefits of regular AC tune-ups are numerous and include:

      • Lowered energy consumption
      • Being forewarned of the need for upcoming repairs
      • Fulfilling equipment warranty requirements
      • Potential increase in air conditioner lifespan
    • Should I Schedule My AC Tune-Ups in Spring?
      While many companies recommend doing tune-ups in fall and spring, that's not a hard-and-fast rule. If you have to do yours in January due to budgeting issues, that's fine. Rest assured, when it's time for AC maintenance in Sandy, Any Climate Mechanical will work around your schedule and needs.
  • AC Repair

    • How Much Will It Cost to Repair My AC Unit in Sandy?

      Unfortunately, we cannot give you an AC repair quote without visiting your home. Many air conditioner issues present similarly. This makes accurate remote diagnosis difficult. And, at Any Climate Mechanical, LLC., the last thing we want to do is give you a wrong estimate. For the average AC repair in South Jordan, you can expect to pay between $100 and $600. If the cost is outside your budget, we do offer a number of financing options, with approved credit.

    • What Should I Look for in a Sandy AC Repair Company?

      There are four things you should look for when selecting a heating or cooling contractor in Sandy:

      • They have years of AC repair experience
      • The company is licensed and certified to perform the desired work
      • They have comprehensive insurance coverage
      • They have customer-friendly warranties and guarantees
      As you might suspect, Any Climate Mechanical, LLC. checks all of these boxes. Reach out to us at (801) 760-0294 to schedule heat pump or AC repair in Sandy.
    • Why Do I Have to Keep Adding Refrigerant?

      If you keep having to add refrigerant, there's a leak in your system. Air conditioners are closed systems. So, unless there's a problem, the level of liquid within it should remain constant. A continual leaking of refrigerant is bad for the environment. As time goes on, it'll become more difficult to top the system up as well. So, instead of charging the system, we recommend contacting our AC professionals. We'll quickly uncover the source of this leak and make recommendations. If your system is older and uses a refrigerant being phased out, a new AC is typically recommended. The high upfront cost can be offset by efficiency savings, rebates, and peace of mind.

    • Why is My AC Unit Freezing Up?

      You walk outside to find a your air conditioner encased in ice. What?! While there are a number of possible causes, the typical reason for a system freeze up is an air flow problem or a refrigerant leak. The former can typically be remedied by changing the filter. If that doesn't fix the issue, make sure nothing is blocking your air return. After that, pick up a phone and dial Any Climate Mechanical—Sandy's AC repair experts.

    • What Should I Check Before Calling for Service?

      Before you panic over a broken Sandy air conditioner, take a deep breath. There are a number of problems you can fix on your own. Before calling to schedule AC repair in Sandy, make sure that:

      • Nothing in the breaker box is flipped
      • Your filter is clean
      • The temperature is set correctly
      • Your thermostat is set to cool
      • The switch on your furnace is on
      • Your thermostat has new batteries
      • Nothing is obstructing the outdoor AC unit
      If none of the above works, give us a call at (801) 760-0294. Our HVAC experts will soon set you back on the road to comfort.
    • What Can I Do to Prevent AC Repairs in South Jordan?

      There's nothing you can do to completely eliminate the risk of AC breakdown, but there are steps you can take to lessen its likelihood. If prevention is your goal, then regular heating and AC maintenance is your solution. During routine HVAC check-ups, our technician will examine your system for signs of damage and malfunction. By making sure your AC unit is working properly, mid-season breakdowns can be prevented. Call us to learn more about our HVAC maintenance options in Sandy.

    • My AC is On but Won't Cool. What Gives?

      You hear your air conditioner buzzing along, but the number on the thermostat keeps climbing. When you check a nearby vent, you find the air from it is temperate at best. The lack of cold air has three likely causes:

      • Condenser Issues: Condensers in Sandy are typically located outside the home. They can sometimes get blocked by plants and other debris. Seasonal tree shedding is notorious. Clean it off. Your equipment should also be kept at least three feet from other objects.
      • Dirty Filters: You're meant to change your furnace filter on a monthly basis. This is true even during AC season. Have you been doing that? If not, go check your filter. For anything darker than light grey, replace it with a new one. After changing the filter, give the unit time to adjust.
      • Evaporator Coil Issues: Filled with refrigerant, your evaporator coil is responsible for pulling the heat out of the air. If you see ice on it, the coil is likely the cause of your HVAC problems.

      If these changes don't help, give us a call at (801) 760-0294.

    • The Outside Unit is Leaking. Is that an Issue?

      Small puddles under the AC unit are to be expected. Your evaporator coil cools the air pulled into it, causing condensation to form on its outside. But if you notice a large puddle or a never-ending drip, your air conditioner likely needs servicing. Excess water can damage sensitive components if left to linger. Potential causes of AC leaks in Sandy include clogged drain lines or a damaged drain pan.

    • How Cold Should the Air from My AC Be?

      The air from your AC should typically be between 15 and 20 degrees cooler than the air outside. If you notice your air conditioner in Sandy blowing warm air, something's typically wrong with the unit. Before making a determination, however, you'll want to have the unit cycling for at least 15 minutes. This gives the equipment time to hit its stride. Potential causes of warm air include dirty filters or evaporator issues.

    • Why's My AC Unit Making so Much Noise?

      Modern air conditioners should be relatively quiet. When that changes, you're likely to notice. And, if you do, you should promptly place a call to the AC repair specialists at Any Climate Mechanical. Possible causes include broken parts, a bad internal blower, a broken compressor, unbalanced fan blades, or defective controls. Identifying which is to blame requires us to examine the problem in person.

    • What's Making My Air Conditioner Smell?

      You notice a strange odor coming from your outdoor air conditioner. You aren't quite sure what it is or how to describe it. The best way to determine the cause of HVAC odors is to give Any Climate Mechanical a call. We're familiar with all brands of air conditioning equipment and will be able to quickly identify the source of the problem. In many cases, a simple AC tune-up in Sandy is enough to clear away any lingering smell. In most cases, mold and mildew are at the root of the problem.

    • Why Won't My Air Conditioner Shut Off?

      It's been hours now. Your home seems cool, but your AC unit isn't shutting off on its own. First, make sure the system is set to 'Auto' instead of 'On'. If that's set up correctly—and your unit still short cycles or refuses to shut off—you'll want to reach out to a local HVAC expert. This can be a sign of a dirty filter, but it can also can be a symptom of a poorly installed HVAC system. In many cases, we find that the unit installed in your home is too large for the space it's cooling. This often leads to humidity issues.

    • How Can I Make My AC Unit More Efficient?

      There are a handful of things you can do to maximize your air conditioner's efficiency in Sandy. First, always keep your vents open. Shutting them can actually lead to higher energy costs. Second, you'll want to schedule regular AC maintenance in Sandy. This will ensure your system stays clean and eco-friendly. Third, make sure you have blackout curtains installed. These can block out light and heat, making it easier for your AC unit to do its job. Lastly, you might want to consider installing a ceiling fan. When temperatures are more temperate in South Jordan and Sandy, simply redistributing the air may be enough to attain comfort.

  • AC Replacement

    • Will Adding an AC Unit Increase the Value of My Home?

      It typically does! Replacing or installing a new air conditioner in Sandy can raise your home's value by as much as 10 percent. This value depends on the efficiency and features of the new unit. In some markets, you can't even sell a home that doesn't have a cooling system installed. So, even if you plan to sell in the near future, you might want to consider footing the bill for an updated air conditioner.

    • Shouldn't I Buy the Biggest Air Conditioner Possible?

      A lot of homeowners think that bigger is better when it comes to air conditioning in Sandy. But that's not true. While an oversized air conditioner will cool your house more quickly, it will use more electricity to do so. It'll also struggle to remove the humidity from the air. Though you might not like your AC unit in Sandy running for hours on end, long cycles are better for your wallet and home than short ones.

    • Can I Save Money by Replacing Only My Outdoor Unit?

      Air conditioners have both interior and exterior components. Some homeowners in Sandy think replacing just one of those is a great way to reduce AC repair and installation costs. It's not. Having mismatched components can lead to frequent repairs, higher energy bills, and reduced efficiency. Though the price tag might look scary, doing both sides of your cooling system will ultimately save you money.

    • How Do I Know Your AC Installation Quote Is Fair?

      We suggest you get multiple quotes on AC replacement in West Jordan or Sandy. This is the best way to ensure you get a fair deal. Do note, however, that you need to be comparing apples to apples. Does the other company offer a warranty as good as ours? Is the unit as good? How long have they been in business? You will need to keep these things in mind as you make your decision. We invite you to check out our financing page and special offers page to see what kind of deals we're currently offering.

    • Can I Install the New Air Conditioner Myself?

      While you might be tempted to repair or install your own air conditioner in Sandy, you shouldn't. There's a lot that goes into sizing, installing, and testing an air conditioner. Beneath that shell, there are a number of electronic and chemical components. Tinkering with these can lead to injuries and even death. So, unless you have the proper certifications, we suggest leaving AC replacement in Sandy to the HVAC experts at Any Climate Mechanical, LLC.

    • I Know I Need a New AC in Sandy. What's the Best Time to Get a Replacement?

      As mentioned earlier, once your air conditioner gets past 10 or 15 years old, it's time to start budgeting for a new one. Like with a lot of other products, HVAC equipment pricing is cyclical. For better AC deals, start shopping early before summer hits its stride. When winter temperatures start breaking toward spring, a lot of local HVAC contractors may be slower and scheduling is a lot easier. It's also a period where many financing deals are offered. For Utah, this means anywhere from February to April.

    • What AC Unit is Best for My Home?

      Shopping for a pair of shoes online is one thing. Trying to purchase a new AC unit in Sandy is another. You should always get a quote from a licensed HVAC contractor. They have the skills needed to properly measure your home to calculate the equipment that is optimal for your dynamics. There are a few things, however, we recommend to everyone:

      • Make sure the contractor installs equipment from a well-regarded brand
      • If you're not selling your home, invest in something more energy efficient
      • Ask about included warranties
    • What's the Best Place to Install My New AC?

      There's no universal answer to this question. Every home in Sandy is different. Things like local codes, square footage, building materials, drafts, wall direction, and even homeowner association rules can affect selection of the installation area. For that reason, there's no secret formula to picking the right spot. We recommend looking for:

      • Shady Areas: In Sandy it's helpful to try and keep air conditioners cool as well. So, if possible, we typically place it on the north or east side of your home. If that isn't an option, it can also be placed under a leafy tree.
      • Somewhere Away from Pets: Dogs and other animals like to pee on air conditioners and chew on connections. The refrigerants and metals can be harmful to your pets. Over time, urine can eat through the fan blades. If you don't have a sheltered area, we recommend surrounding it with a fence or shrubs to limit animal access.
      • Places with Grass or Mulch: Most air conditioners in Sandy are placed on concrete or PVC slabs. These radiate heat back up toward the unit. The added heat can make the unit work harder to cool your home. If there's no grass or mulch around the best location, we might recommend adding some.

      At the end of the day, however, the best way to find the perfect spot is to reach out to Sandy's AC service expertsAny Climate Mechanical.

    • How Long Does It Take to Install a New AC Unit?

      A simple AC replacement and installation in Sandy typically takes between four and six hours. This estimate may increase if the installation team has to flush the line or add brackets. If you want a more accurate estimate of how long it'll take to put in your new AC unit, just ask our technician. They will be happy to walk you through the process.

    • Can My Home Have Central Air?

      If you're willing to invest in ductwork and design adjustments, any home in Sandy can enjoy the benefits of central air. But, before you call your local building contractor, give (801) 760-0294 a jingle first. We'll not only walk you through the installation process, but we'll help you explore alternative cooling options as well. Things like ductless mini-splitswhole house fans, evaporative coolers, and heat pumps may be able to give you many of the same benefits at a lower upfront cost.