Fall Furnace Tune-Up Special – Through September 30, 2015

By |September 9th, 2015|

You may have noticed that cool morning feeling in the air that past couple of days.  Surely a sign that fall is in the air and those cold winter nights are just around the corner.  Actually the summer was a bit milder than expected this past summer and was quite enjoyable here in Utah.

Now that […]

Have your checked out your air filters yet this winter?

By |January 12th, 2015|

With the weather as cold as it is and snow on the ground making certain your furnace is well tuned should be at the top of your list.

Lee’s Heating and Air recommends changing out your air filters on a monthly basis, especially during the cold winter months when your furnace is most abundantly used. However, […]

Do You Have Cold Spots In Your Home? The Mitsubishi Line of Heat Pump Systems Are A Hot New Item You Should Check Out

By |December 4th, 2014|

Lee’s Heating and Air is proud to feature the new state-of-the-art Mitsubishi line of cooling-only and heat pump systems. The Mitsubishi heat pump units are mounted on the wall and can be fitted for the heating and cooling needs of virtually any space. The standard units are designed to provide individual comfort control for every […]

New Duct Cleaning Technology For Your Home

By |November 29th, 2014|

Having your air ducts cleaned is a job that often goes completely overlooked for years primarily because all the allergens and pollutants that accumulate in your ductwork are seldom ever seen. Lee’s Heating and Air now features a unique air duct cleaning service unlike anything you have seen in the past. The build-up of dust […]

Discover exactly how easy it is to automatically deliver the best quantity of humidity right into your residence

By |November 22nd, 2014|

Preserving the correct heat is not the only aspect of indoor air comfort during the winter season. Among the least comprehended air high quality techniques is “humidification” or the process of including humidity right into the air. The truth is that effectively regulated humidity offers some really fantastic wellness benefits, but also provides many conveniences, […]

Did this happen to you last night?

By |October 28th, 2014|

If you live in the greater Salt Lake area, chances are this happened to you last night. With temperatures dropping to around 40 degrees, you almost certainly had your furnace kick on during the night or early this morning. Was there a funny smell? Did you hear any strange sounds? If strange and unusual things were happening with […]

End of Season Close-Out Specials On Air Conditioners

By |August 28th, 2014|

Believe it or not, now is actually one of the best times of the year to purchase a new central air conditioner for your home, because towards the end of the summer season manufacturers start worrying about getting caught with excess inventory taking up valuable space in their warehouse through the winter months.  So right […]

Central Air For Your Home – Now Easier Than Ever To Afford

By |July 8th, 2014|

We have definitely hit the hottest part of the year, with Salt Lake area temperatures nearing the century mark on a daily basis. You may think it is too late to get a great deal on a new central air conditioning system, but actually now is a great time to buy. Suppliers often […]

AC unit Filters

By |June 24th, 2014|

Obstructed, grimy air filters shut out normal air flow and lessen a cooling system’s efficiency considerably, so it is essential to consistently alter your central air system’s filters.  Many people don’t realize that you should replace the filters more in the summer than you do in the winter.  Your air conditioner needs to run like […]

Consider This Before Buying A New Central Air Conditioning System

By |May 6th, 2014|

When it comes to selecting a central air conditioning system, there are many decisions to be made. While you can often trust the guidance of a trained professional, it is good to have a basic knowledge of your own so that you’re comfortable in knowing you are not buying too much or too little.

Did you […]