Proudly serving Western Montana since 1976

Missoula Heating Services 

Seasoned Heating Professionals Serving Western Montana

At Anderson’s Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing, we have what it takes to keep our local community comfortable when temperatures plummet. Whether you need furnace repair or a brand-new heating system, we provide a wide range of Missoula heating services structured around your needs and budget. 

From preventative maintenance to emergency repairs to full system replacements, our HVAC specialists do it all. We will work closely with you to understand your specific needs, walk you through your options, and deliver tailored solutions built to last. With a 100% satisfaction guarantee and 24/7 emergency repairs, we always have your back whenever your home’s heating needs professional attention.

Let our trusted technicians handle your heating! Discuss your needs with us today by calling (406) 296-5833 or contacting us online.

Heating Systems We Handle

Our team is adept at assisting with a wide variety of heating systems, ensuring your comfort throughout the colder months. From traditional gas furnaces to modern solutions, our technicians have the knowledge and experience to provide expert service. We stay updated on the latest technology and methods in heating system maintenance, repair, and installation, enabling us to adeptly address the unique needs of each system type.

Our Missoula heating services include expert assistance with:

  • Furnaces. Furnaces draw in cold air from your home, clean it through an air filter, and then heat it using a gas burner or electric heating element. This warmed air is then distributed throughout your home via ductwork. Maintenance is crucial for the efficiency and longevity of your furnace. Our team specializes in both preventive maintenance and repairs, ensuring that your furnace operates at peak efficiency. We also offer inspections to diagnose and rectify potential issues before they escalate, saving you from costly repairs down the line. With our comprehensive understanding of various furnace systems, whether you're dealing with an older model or the latest technology, we're equipped to provide the support you need.
  • Boilers. Boilers heat water, creating steam or hot water that is circulated through pipes to radiators or radiant floor systems in various rooms. This method of heating provides a comfortable, even warmth, as the heat from the steam or hot water raises the ambient temperature as it is released into a room. Our team possesses extensive experience with boiler systems and can meet your installation, repair, and maintenance needs. We understand the importance of keeping your boiler system in top condition to ensure it provides warmth and comfort efficiently throughout the colder months. Whether you're using a traditional gas boiler, an oil-fired system, or a modern condensing boiler, you can count on us for expert advice and professional service to maintain your equipment's performance and extend its lifespan.
  • Heat pumps. Unlike traditional heating systems that generate heat, heat pumps work by transferring heat from the outside air or ground into your home during winter and reversing the process to cool your home during summer. This dual functionality not only makes heat pumps an economical choice but also environmentally friendly due to their lower greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional heating methods. Our team has extensive experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of heat pumps. We can ensure that your heat pump system is optimized for efficiency and comfort regardless of the season. By performing regular maintenance checks and swiftly addressing any issues, we can help extend the lifespan of your heat pump system and keep it running smoothly.
  • Ductless systems. Ductless heating systems, also known as mini-split systems, provide a flexible and efficient way to heat your home. They transfer heat from the outside air into your home in the winter and vice versa during the summer, much like heat pumps. However, because they do not require ductwork, they offer enhanced installation flexibility and efficiency, especially in homes without existing ductwork. Our professionals are fully equipped to assist with every aspect of ductless heating systems, from determining the best placement and configuration for your specific needs to professional installation and routine maintenance.
  • Geothermal systems. Geothermal heating systems harness the dependable temperature of the earth a few feet below the surface to heat and cool your home. During the winter, a geothermal system absorbs heat stored in the ground through a loop of buried pipes and transfers this heat into your home. Our technicians have the expertise to assist you with geothermal heating systems, from the initial design and installation to ongoing maintenance and repairs. We understand the intricacies of sizing and installing the ground loop correctly, ensuring optimal efficiency and performance of the system year-round. Whether you're interested in transitioning to a geothermal system or need professional service for an existing system, we're here to offer our knowledge and skills.

We install RUUD and Mitsubishi Electric heating and cooling systems and will do the work to find out exactly what your home or business may need. For geothermal options, we are a dealer of WaterFurnace products, which can provide great savings on your annual energy costs.

Let our trusted technicians handle all your heating needs! Call us at (406) 296-5833 or contact us online.

Should I Repair or Replace My Montana Heating System?

Our qualified HVAC technicians at Anderson's Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing service and repair all makes and models of furnaces and heating systems. No matter the brand you currently have in your home, we can diagnose the problem and help you decide whether it makes more sense to repair or replace it. If your equipment is past its prime, our Missoula heating services include help finding and installing the right upgrade for your home. 

It may make sense to replace your heating system if:

  • Your system is nearing the end of its service life. Most heating systems have a lifespan of 15 to 20 years. If your system is approaching or has exceeded this age range, it may be more prone to frequent breakdowns and less efficient operation. Upgrading to a newer model can provide enhanced efficiency and reliability.
  • Your energy bills are rising. An unexpected increase in your energy bills despite regular maintenance and repairs suggests your heating system is losing efficiency. Modern systems are far more energy-efficient, potentially reducing your energy costs significantly.
  • Your heating equipment needs frequent repairs. If you find yourself constantly calling for repairs, especially for critical components like the heat exchanger or control board, it may be more economical to invest in a new system rather than pay for frequent fixes.
  • You are dealing with inconsistent performance. Experiencing uneven heating with hot and cold spots in different areas of your home can indicate that your system is no longer capable of effectively distributing heat.
  • Your heating equipment is making excessive noise. Loud, unusual noises like banging, grinding, or whistling from your heating system can signal severe problems. While some issues may be repairable, in many cases, these noises suggest it's time for a replacement.
  • You are experiencing poor indoor air quality. An older heating system might struggle to maintain healthy indoor air quality, leading to increased dust, mold, or mildew in your home. Newer systems offer better humidity control and air filtration features.

Benefits of replacing an aging heating system include:

  • Lower energy costs
  • Greater efficiency
  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Peace of mind

When to Service a Heating System in Montana

Montana experiences a wide range of temperatures throughout the year, including harsh, cold winters. To ensure your heating system is reliable and efficient, particularly during the winter months, we typically recommend scheduling a professional inspection and tune-up in early fall. This timing allows for a comprehensive check and necessary maintenance before the coldest temperatures arrive.

During this service, our professional technicians will clean components, check system operation, and address any repairs, ensuring your heating system is ready to handle Montana's winter temperatures with ease. Remember, regular servicing not only extends the life of your heating system and reduces the likelihood of breakdowns but also improves energy efficiency, leading to lower utility costs over time.

When you need dependable Missoula heating services, give us a call at (406) 296-5833 or contact us online. Payment plans are available!

Read What Our Happy Customers Say About Us

  • “I would definitely use them again, and recommend them to any of my friends and family without question. Also, I would like to add that their customer service is amazing. They kept me up-to-date on everything.” - Corinne O.
  • “Anderson’s was at our house within 2 hours and had the problem fixed by the end of the day (including a trip from Florence to Missoula to pick up parts - which they had in stock!) The price was reasonable and their technician (Charles) was profession” - Laurie W.
  • “Everything about your business, is the best!! Thinking seriously of converting whole house to Mitsubishi splits. If I do, it will be with you. Thanks.” - John A.
  • “Most of them are cross trained in at least two or three separate crafts, and are very knowledgeable and friendly.  Will definitely use them again and highly recommended.” - James S.
  • “Ty from Anderson's Heating took such great care of us on a call after hours. He went beyond to get our heat back up and running! I definitely recommend anyone that is in need call Anderson's.” - Savannah F.
  • “He was a very kind young man and I would recommend him for any person that wants a job done quickly with great professional skills and a reminder that if something were to happen just to let Anderson’s know.” - Addrien M.