Your Leading Choice for Expert Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation Solutions in Whitefish, MT
AirWorks, Inc. has been in business since 1995, offering unparalleled residential and commercial heating, cooling, and ventilation products and services in Whitefish, MT. We know no two homes or businesses will ever be alike, so we will take the time to understand your needs, coming up with HVAC solutions that we’re sure will meet (and exceed!) your expectations.
What We Offer
With over 20 years of experience under our belt, AirWorks is confident that we have what it takes to address your needs. Trained and certified by the Building Performance Institute and NATE (North American Technician Excellence), our team of experts will consider all factors that may affect your property’s efficiency and your comfort when crafting a total indoor climate control solution for your home or business. Often, this solution will call for a combination of any of the following:
No matter the scope of your project, however, you can rest assured that our technicians will carry out their work with professionalism, guaranteeing you get exactly what you want and need. Homes and businesses may have different requirements but one thing holds true for both: AirWorks is here to make sure you make the most of investing in indoor climate control.
Aside from forced air systems, AirWorks specializes in hydronic heating and boiler repair.
Talk to Us!
Wondering what we can do for you exactly? Just give AirWorks a call today at (406) 257-1341 and we’ll be more than happy to discuss the heating, cooling, and ventilation solutions we have available for homes and businesses in Whitefish, MT, and how they can help you. You can also request a FREE estimate by simply filling out our contact form and we’ll get back to you right away.
Maintenance/no heat. Unit was running but had tripped out on pressure switch errors in the past. Need to replace OEM pressure switch’s
Furnace maintenance on an old Lennox natural draft furnace.
Found a bad pressure switch on a no heat call on a Goodman furnace.
Oh Boy another Lennox Pulse furnace. Bites the dust.
SEA furnace maintenance
Installing an EverRest furnace
Found a bad heat exchanger on a Coleman furnace while doing a maintenance
SEA furnace maintenance.
That’s one ugly Bard furnace install. How about a new EverRest with ten year parts and labor?
Fixing a Rinnia gas wall heater
Putting zoom locks on a Fujitsu mini split
Gas piping an EverRest furnace
Wiring a steam humidifier
Not enough heat
Mini split is low on charge