Serving Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and the Treasure Valley
Location

4980 Bradley Street
Boise, Idaho 83714

(208) 375-6101

Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm  (24 Hour Emergency Service)

Quality Service Since 1967

Western Heating and Air Conditioning has served the residential heating and air conditioning needs of the Boise Valley  since 1967- new construction, remodel, add on, and retrofit. Stop and see us any time.

Plus Western is proud to be a Factory Authorized Dealer of quality Carrier products.  Carrier - turn to the Experts

Trust Certified Employees

Trust Certification of our employees ensures our customers have the peace of mind of knowing that each employee has been certified to be drug and alcohol free, have a clean driving record and background check, and abides by the strict guidelines of the Trust Certified Program.

 

Year-Round After Hour Service

With our 24/7 year-round service (including holidays) you can rest assured that in the case that you loose heat or air conditioning during non-businesses hours, you will be able to reach a dispatcher and have a TRUST Certified Technician right out to your home. 

 

2013 Angie's List Super Service Award

Western Heating is proud to have received the Angie's List Super Service Award for 2010, 2011, 2012 and now 2013.

2013 Torch Award for Ethics

The Torch Awards for Ethics celebrates the commitment that for profit and non-profit enterprises make to the highest standards in leadership character ethics and ethical enterprising. These companies generate a high level of trust, among their employees, customers and their communities.

 

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Mary Waite says:
 "It turned out great. They were super. They made sure that we were well informed each step of the way." ...
Margaret Robison says:
"Every time they have came it has been great. They are very professional and courteous. They really know what they are doing and I would highly recommend them to anyone." ...
Tom Mroz says:
 "Great service! The staff was awesome. They are very tidy and clean and even put on booties when they come through the house. One phone call and they had our system all fixed up!" ...
Joan Pence says:
"I called Western at 8 a.m.and by 9:20 a.m. the A/C was fixed! Last year, when I had a similar problem, I tried two other companies. One couldn't fix the problem, and the other took 2 weeks to fix it. Western's technician ha ...
Frank says:
"Our furnace broke down the week we brought our newborn daughter home. My wife called Western and Shawn came out within the hour to assess the problem and the new system was put in the next day. They were extremely professio ...
Aspen says:
 Highly Recommend to EVERY home owner! I would totally vouch for their expertise and professionalism. I would trust them in my home, anytime, even with a spare key. Kevin fixed our issue and even went above and beyond to fix ...
Hugh Giguiere says:
"The overall service was excellent. The repairman arrived on time, was very professional and did the repair for the estimated amount I was quoted over the phone. I was very impressed with the repairman's knowledge and diagno ...
Melissa Leply says:
 The technician was professional, very nice and left his work area spotless. What an awesome company. They are highly recommended by my husband and I.  ...
Lori Davies says:
"Kevin was recommended by one of the energy specialist companies to us to see if he had any ideas on improving our HVAC system. He did a throughout inspection of the house, asked lots of questions and came up with some great ...
Anne Knittle says:
 "Thank you for the great service I received from Western Heating. I appreciate the honesty and time spent answering questions. I felt that I was able to make my decision, not be pressured into one.The technicians were also ...
Stacy Bowers says:
  "I called Western and have been very pleased. I refer them to all of my clients and friends. I have told my story many times as I have been so impressed with the company. Western has by far provided exemplary service."   ...
Cheri Smirnov says:
 "Always professional! I firmly believe that the annual service has prolonged the life of our equipment. We have had times for emergency services and they more than delivered. What a great company, I highly recommend!!" ...
Ryan Lancaster says:
 "They came out really quickly, which was great, because we were cold. It was a pleasant experience and I felt like I could trust him." ...
Stephen Testardi says:
 "Western Heating *rocks*.  This is a company that places a higher value on customer service and integrity than on profit, and they know profit will follow.  Congratulations to you guys!" ...
Starla Higdon says:
 "A great company to work with---very professional, competent and friendly.  I was thoroughly impressed with their work and will defintely use them again." ...
Robert Lindsey says:
 "This company is the shining star of what a HVAC company should be. From the 1st phone call, to the sales person and through the installation, everything was the best I have ever had with a HVAC company. "  ...

Planned Maintenance Program

Our Blue Ribbon Maintenance Program is designed to give our preferred customers priority service and parts replacement at a discounted rate, with regularly scheduled maintenance for worry free indoor home comfort.
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OUR CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS AND INSTALLERS

Our Certified technicians and installers are dedicated to helping you conserve and reduce energy costs. We service all types of equipment and install only the highest quality and most efficient heating and cooling equipment on the market today.

DID YOU KNOW....

You Can Save On Your Winter Energy Bills

Sure, everybody loves to be cozy this time of year, till the sticker shock of the energy bill sets in.  But there ways to cut down the cost.  Here are some tips to help make your energy use more efficient and your bills more affordable.

INSTALL A PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT

A programmable thermostat controls the temperature 24/7. Why heat the house the same all the time? Each degree you lower your thermostat for a period of at least eight hours -- say, when you're asleep or at work -- can make your heating bill 1 percent cheaper.  Resist the temptation to mess with the settings when you get chilly, lest you eat into the savings. Grab a sweater instead.

REDUCE DRAFTS

You can save as much as 30 percent on energy bills by covering up drafty windows and doors and sealing air leaks, according to the Department of Energy. A rolled-up towel is an easy and cheap way to stop a draft.  A more permanent way to cut down on drafts that enter the house through inefficient doors and windows is to replace them with new storm doors and windows.  The savings in energy costs will help offset the investment in the long run

Maintain Your Furnace

Just like any other major appliance, a furnace needs regular tune-ups. Keeping it clean and properly adjusted helps it run efficiently and prolongs its lifespan. Dirty furnace filters can restrict airflow, making the heating system work harder, which in turn can boost your bill. Depending on the filter, they should be replaced every six months to a year.  Keeping tabs on the furnace filter can also reduce medical bills. The more efficient the filter, the more allergens and debris it will catch and prevent from circulating in the air.  And plan ahead, because you won't be the only one calling for a technician as the weather turns colder

RUN FANS IN REVERSE

Did you know that changing the direction of a ceiling fan could shave as much as 10 percent off your heating bill? Good Housekeeping explains that flipping a switch on the fan turns the traditional counterclockwise rotation that produces a cool breeze to a clockwise rotation that pushes the warm air back into circulation.

 

 

TURN DOWN THE WATER HEATER

The Simple Dollar points out that the standard setting for a hot water heater is 140 degrees Fahrenheit, and you can lower energy costs 6 to 10 percent by lowering the temperature to 120 degrees, which is still plenty warm. Other options, such as a tankless or solar water heater, can reduce the cost of heating water even more but require an initial investment of at least several hundred dollars.

REDUCE DRAFTS

You can save as much as 30 percent on energy bills by covering up drafty windows and doors and sealing air leaks, according to the Department of Energy. A rolled-up towel is an easy and cheap way to stop a draft.  A more permanent way to cut down on drafts that enter the house through inefficient doors and windows is to replace them with new storm doors and windows.  The savings in energy costs will help offset the investment in the long run

USE CAULK AND WEATHERSTRIPPING

Windows and doors aren't the only spots where warm air leaks out of the house. Keep an eye out for places where two types of building materials meet -- corners, chimneys, and around pipes and wires. These energy suckers can be plugged up with caulk and weatherstripping. To test for leaks, wave a stick of incense around the house and note the areas where the smoke wafts. You can also have someone walk around the outside of your home with a hair dryer near trouble areas such as windows. If a lit candle on the inside flickers or is extinguished, you have a leak.

SEAL THE DUCTS

The Energy Department estimates that most homes have 20-40% leakage from ducts, wasting energy and costing you money.  It is important to use a certified and reputable professional to evaluate you ductwork, if sealing is needed make sure they use a quality product.  (See our Duct Sealing page for more information)

Following these tips can add up to big savings over time.  So stay warm and happy – without breaking the bank.

 

 

 

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