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Answer Heating & Cooling

Since 1976, Answer Heating & Cooling, Inc. (AHC) has been a leading heating, cooling and geothermal contractor in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Our Service Technicians and Installation Crews are knowledgeable and experienced, and all of our employees are committed to customer service and satisfaction. We are one of the leading installers of geothermal systems in the state of Michigan, and take pride as DAIKIN Comfort Pros and YORK Certified Comfort Experts.

At Answer, we have the skills and experience to service a wide variety of customers, from residential to commercial. Answer Heating & Cooling has built its reputation for quality on our commitment to “Simply Outstanding Service”. We want your experience with our company to set a new standard for satisfaction. Over 40 years is a long time to be servicing Furnaces, Air Conditioners and other HVAC equipment, you’d expect us to be the experts.

The Answer Team treats repairs with the highest importance and has 24-hour emergency service available. If your HVAC equipment has ever broken down, you know how urgent a repair can be! We are here to bring warmth on a cold winter’s night, and refreshing coolness on a hot summer’s day. From air conditioners to air filters, humidifiers to generators, furnaces to heat pumps, call us for all your HVAC needs.

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Our Mission Statement:
“Individuals joined together by a team concept to provide quality sales, installation and service that will exceed our customer’s expectations. We believe through knowledge, professionalism and respect for all involved, we will continue to be a leading HVAC dealer”.

Customer Testimonials

We love hearing from our customers! If you've had us work on your HVAC system we would love to hear from you too.

Whole House Generator Installation in Saginaw, MI 48604

“Salesman came, assessed my power needs and suggested a generator to fit my situation.
Everyone from the guy who piped the gas to the electricians did a great job, and cleaned up after themselves.”

– Matt M.

Outstanding in Every Respect in Saginaw, Mi 48602

“Matt and Jake were outstanding in every respect: manner, professionalism, neatness, and communication.”

– Carl & Pam K

We were very satisfied!

“Your counselor (Jim) was very courteous & professional. He answered all our questions. Alex & Jeff kept us informed as to what was happening that would affect the household. In addition, Jeff let us know of a problem with our roof. We were very satisfied!”

– Vickie V.

Our Latest Article...

6 Ways Your Furnace Keeps You Safe

November 9, 2018

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Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ). They also work to prevent internal errors from damaging large portions of your furnace.

From our team here at Answer Heating & Cooling, Inc., here are six ways your furnace is working to ensure your safety:

1. Air Filters

This component protects your furnace’s internal parts and your indoor air quality. Air filters catch dust and debris, which would otherwise be circulated by your air ducts. Not only does dust make you sneezy, it can actually hurt some of the mechanical parts in your system over time. Remember to change your filter before it gets clogged, or else you’ll end up with a variety of problems due to poor airflow. Check your manufacturer’s recommendations to see how frequently you need to change it, though we typically recommend every month or at least every couple.

2. Thermocouples

These are sensors protecting you from gas leaks. If your pilot light won’t turn on, the valve is leaking gas into your home. Thermocouples use thermal imagery to detect a flame source. When the thermocouple doesn’t sense your pilot light, it will automatically shut down your furnace to prevent the harmful fumes from circulating.

3. Pressure Switches

These switches detect changes in pressure that could indicate an error in your heating system. One such error is called backdrafting. Backdrafting is when exhaust is reintegrated into your furnace instead of exiting through the flue. This can be potentially deadly to breathe and is indicatory of other problems within the system.

4. Rollout Switches

Rollout is when the burner flames become too hot, or too high, leading to fire hazards. This is often a symptom of a cracked heat exchanger. Rollout switches sit near the burners and shut the furnace off if things get too hot. This prevents a fire, as well as carbon monoxide (CO) production due to combustion.

5. Limit Switches

Limit switches “limit” the overall temperature of your furnace to keep it from overheating. Your heating system will a factory-designed switch to meet specifications for your particular make and model. Once the switch detects the temperature to be past a set peak (for example 200 degrees Fahrenheit), it will cut off the power to your system.

6. Flues

Your furnace flue is a pipe sending exhaust out of your home using a blower. Exhaust is deadly to breathe and may contain flammable gas. It’s important to be sure no obstructions exist within or near the pipe. Obstructions to the pipe restrict airflow and can cause backdrafting.

At Answer Heating & Cooling, Inc., promoting home safety in Midland, MI, is a priority! For more questions about your furnace, or to schedule service, you can reach us today at 989-695-9461.

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