AC Services in Harrisonburg, Staunton & Surrounding Areas

We’re not your average cooling company. And, the guys coming into your home are not your average HVAC technicians. That’s just the beginning of the good news!

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Our techs are great at troubleshooting, sheet metal fabrication, gas piping, electrical wiring and everything else to get you and your family back to comfortable! The last thing you need on a scorching hot day or a sub zero night is a tech scratching his head as he thumbs through the installation manuals for your system!

But, they are much more than great techs. They’re nice guys. They’ll take care of you and your home. They’ll show up on time in a clean uniform and with a fully stocked truck ready to get the job done right.

Once you work with us, you won’t hesitate to recommend Blue Mountain to a friend or family member. That’s the only way we’ll have it!

Blue Mountain offers the following cooling services:

  • Annual System Tune-Up & Inspection
  • Inspection of Heat Exchangers
  • Service 7 Days A Week
  • Air Conditioning Installation and Repair
  • Programmable Thermostats

Service Partner Plan

A Blue Mountain Service Partner Plan is designed to save you money in the long run and give you peace of mind.

Only $83.40 per year for Plumbing and plans as low as $155.40 per year for Heating & Cooling!

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  • Priority Service. As a Service Partner™, you are our priority and jump to the head of the line when you call! Your job will be scheduled ahead of others. This applies to routine and emergency calls!
  • High-Performance Tune-up (Heating & Cooling). Recommended by manufacturers and utilities alike, regularly scheduled service can reduce breakdowns by as much as 95% and lower utility bills by 30%!
  • 15% Discount. You will receive a 15% discount off the bottom line for our plumbing services for as long as our Service Partner relationship remains effective.
  • On-Going Safety Inspections. Your peace-of-mind is our goal. We will assess your home’s plumbing systems to ensure they are in a safe operating condition. You’ll receive a detailed report of our findings and we’ll explain any concerns. We’ll alert you to potential emergencies before they become disruptive problems. Any minor adjustments will be done — FREE. We’ll even call to schedule your appointments so you won’t have to worry about it.
  • A Trusted Professional on Your Home Services Team. Your technician is not only trained to care for your equipment, he’s trained to care for you and your home. You’ll take comfort in knowing our technicians are drug-tested and background checked, first rate providers is all we’ll allow into your home.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. We promise your complete satisfaction — GUARANTEED! If you are not fully satisfied, let us know, and we’ll make it right or you don’t pay!
  • Relax, We’ll Call You! As a Service Partner, we make your cooling equipment our top priority. We’ll call you to schedule your  cooling tune-up, so you don’t have to worry about it.
  • Transferable. Your Service Partner agreement can either be transferred to your new home, or to the buyer of the home you are selling. Your choice!

For more information ask your Service Technician, or call 877-280-5777.

Air Conditioning FAQs for Staunton/Harrisonburg, VA

Do I need A Swamp Cooler or Air Conditioner?

In the Shenandoah Valley, swamp coolers are very rare due to the humidity that typically accompanies our warm weather months. In Augusta, Rockingham and the neighboring counties, if you need cooling equipment, you need an air conditioner.


What Size A/C System Do I Need?

Sizing an A/C system is not solely a function on square footage. Factors such as insulation, windows, building construction, foundation, neighboring conditioned space and landscaping contribute to the sizing. The ONLY way to properly size an air conditioning system is to develop a heat load calculation (sometimes referred to as manual J). When it comes to air conditioning, bigger is NOT better!


What type of air conditioning system should I get?

If your house has existing duct work, typically you would consider a convention split system. If you house does not have duct work, typically you would consider a ductless (sometimes call a mini-split) system.


What is the best way to cool my home?

The best system is a cooling system that properly and adequately dehumidifies the space you are wanting to cool. Typically this is best accomplished through a conventional central air duct system or a ductless (mini-split) system.


What is better: Gas or Electric?

Nowadays most all residential A/C systems are electric. Central air conditioning can be added to existing gas furnaces but even in these situations, the power consumed during the cooling season will be electricity.


What should I do about a/c and the humidity in our area of Virginia?

If you need something quick, a window A/C will do the trick. They are usually noisy and inefficient but in a pinch they will work. If you’re looking for a long term solution typically people in our area gravitate towards adding a conventional central air duct system or a ductless (mini-split) system.


What tasks should I look for in an A/C tune up service?

Air flow is critical for an air conditioner to properly function. An A/C tune up should include an inspection of the evaporator coil, air filter and blower motor. In addition, the technician should check the electrical components of the outdoor unit along with the cleanliness of the condenser coil. If either the evaporator coil or condenser coil are dirty, they need to be cleaned. Checking refrigerant levels is not always necessary. Each time a technician connects his manifold hoses to an air conditioning system, there is a small amount of air and contaminants that is introduced into the system. An experienced technician can determine if the charge needs to be checked.


What is the most economical way to set my a/c temperature?

The best practice is to not turn off your A/C when you leave the house but rather to turn it up a few degrees. This practice will keep the humidity down while operating less. When you return it will not take as long for the air conditioner to get the house back to the thermostat set point.


Why isn’t my A/C system cooling as well as it was?

The heart of an air conditioner is the compressor. Over time the compressor will wear and as it does it becomes less and less efficient. Eventually it can wear to a point where everything is working but no cooling is occurring. One thing you can do to keep you air conditioner problems to a minimum is to use cheap air filters and change them often (every month).