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Air Conditioning & Heating in Provo, UT

Expert AC & Furnace Services in Provo

With it being equally hot and cold throughout the year in Provo, UT, it is highly recommended that you get your heating and air conditioning system serviced twice a year. To get the best results, you should have your HVAC system serviced once before the cooling season and once before the heating season.

Since we know how important maintenance is to the longevity of your heating and cooling system, we have designed our Western Savings Club to make it more cost effective to have your HVAC system serviced on a regular basis. When you are a member of our maintenance program, you will receive VIP priority service, discounts on service calls and repairs and regular servicing of your heating and air conditioning unit.

Sometimes you may not be able to catch your HVAC’s system’s issues until it is too late. To address that issue, we provide repair and replacement services. If your HVAC system is reaching the end of its service life, replacing your HVAC unit with a newer and more efficient unit can be a worthwhile investment.

At Western Heating & Air, we offer a variety of heating and cooling services, such as:

Give us a call today to get your heating and cooling system repaired, serviced or replaced. To see what other customers in Provo are saying about our work, check out our reviews below!

How much does it cost to replace a furnace and AC unit near Provo?

Replacement expenses for a whole HVAC system range from $5,000 to $10,000, with an average of around $7,000. This equates to between $25 to $60 per square foot. The cost to replace your HVAC system near Provo is determined by the size and brand of the HVAC system, the size of the house, the length of the ductwork and the efficiency rating of the new unit.

How much does it cost to repair an HVAC leak near Provo?

You should anticipate paying anything between $160 to 375 for a simple refrigerant top-off. There could be a greater charge if you need to fix the leak itself. You might need to pay between $550 and $1,600 for refrigerant leak detection and air conditioning repair especially in the case of a serious leak.

How often should you get a HVAC tune-up near Provo?

Regardless of the sort of HVAC unit you have, you should get it tuned up at least once a year. In the spring, you should tune up your air conditioner and in the fall, you should tune up your heating system. You should get your HVAC systems maintained by a licensed HVAC contractor if you want to take the greatest care of your heating and cooling system.

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