Professional Heating/Cooling Installation and Service

Alpine Specialty Services is a proud member of the ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America). This is the platinum standard for new heating and air conditioning equipment sales & service companies. You can be assured we have had the right training, continuing education, and safety procedures to get the job done correctly.  When choosing a company to install or service new heating and air conditioning equipment, be assured you have made the right choice with us! 

We have over 9,000 FIVE STAR Reviews

  • We are an ACCA trained & certified heating and air conditioning company

  • We Repair, Tune Up, and Service All Furnaces, AC Units, Heat Pumps, and Mini-Splits

    Common Issues we can fix! 

    • No heat or cool air at all
    • The system won’t start or stop
    • No air is coming out of the vents
    • The furnace or heat pump is making a funny noise
    • Thermostat malfunction
    • Mini-Split service and cleaning
    • System leakage
    • Full Tune Up’s & Inspections
  • Platinum Preferred Dealer for American Standard Heating & Cooling Products


    A national product testing and research magazine found American Standard Gas Furnace’s, Heat Pumps, and Central Air Conditioning System’s Owner Satisfaction to be Top Tier in a 2018 Winter Survey and 2019 Summer Survey of 48,318 gas furnaces and 12,463 heat pumps owned by members who purchased a new unit between 2003 and 2019; and in a 2017 Fall Survey and 2018 Summer Survey of 21,770 central air conditioning systems (based on the proportion of members who are highly likely to recommend their central air conditioning system to friends and family), owned by members who purchased a new unit between 2007 and 2018.


    American Standard owners are highly satisfied with their systems. They are extremely likely to recommend them to others, which means choosing American Standard means more consistent comfort, more days uninterrupted, and more time spent just like you want it.

    Don’t waste energy heating and cooling your home

    American Standard HVAC systems are tailored to your unique home environment and comfort needs. These systems work smarter, not harder, using just the right amount of energy to ensure your family’s comfort.

    Service you can always count on

    American Standard heating and cooling systems are known for their durability and dependability.

    These systems are robust enough to stand the test of time, and American Standard Customer Care Dealers will help you ensure they do.

  • Diamond Dealer for Mitsubishi Heating and Cooling Products

  • The latest tools & equipment to diagnose and repair your furnace and AC system

  • 1 year parts & labor warranty on all repairs

  • Lifetime 100% satisfaction guarantee

  • Yearly maintenance plans available

  • Air Scrubber Advanced

    We offer professional installation of the highly regarded Air Scrubber Advanced home air purifying system!

    Check out this video on our Air Scrubber Advanced and see what it can do for you! 

  • Free and low interest financing plans available

Most Common Heating and Cooling Services/Repairs We Offer


    Regularly scheduled maintenance by a licensed service contractor is a MUST to keep your system in proper working order. Many of the most common furnace repairs can be avoided with proper maintenance by a certified service contractor. You have likely invested thousands of dollars in your home heating system. Why not protect that investment? If you neglect to perform regular maintenance you will most likely experience unexpected costly breakdowns, increased energy cost, poor performance, and frustration.


    Replacing your filter regularly is one of the most important things you can do to extend the life and efficiency of your furnace. If your filter is dirty it will restrict airflow causing your unit to work much harder to circulate air through your home. This puts unnecessary strain on your furnace’s blower and will result in comfort issues as well. A dirty filter can also cause the furnace to overheat and shut off on high limit.


    Ignition problems can result from a number of causes. A dirty pilot, flame sensor, or burners can cause a pilot outage, short cycling, furnace lockout, or delayed ignition of the burners. It could also be a result of a gas supply problem or just wear and tear of an ignition component that needs to be replaced, like the hot surface igniter or thermocouple. Either way, it is best to have these problems handled by a trained service technician, since this deals with dangerous elements like natural gas and high voltage.


    There are many thermostats, both programmable and non-programmable. Frequently, when a homeowner believes their furnace is not operating properly, it is an issue with the thermostat or how it is set. Referring to your owner’s manual and reviewing the operating instructions may prevent you from paying for a costly or unnecessary service call. Programmable thermostats may have batteries that need to be replaced periodically. If still malfunctioning, problems can be quickly diagnosed by a service technician.


    There are a number of mechanical components your heating system relies on. Your unit’s performance can be negatively impacted by the normal wear and tear of these components. These include belts and bearings, which may result in overheating, poor heating, or airflow issues. Regular maintenance should include checking for worn or stretched belts and oiling bearings and motors if necessary.


    Some furnace noises are part of normal operation, while others may be a warning or indication of a mechanical problem. A whining or squealing motor can be an indication that the bearings in an inducer motor or blower motor are failing. Replacement of the motor may be required to avoid a furnace failure. Otherwise, we can do a whole new furnace installation. Other noises may be caused by airflow issues or dirty burners. Either way, it is best not to ignore these signs as they may be a warning of a dangerous operating condition or could lead to a furnace failure.


    The most common reason the furnace trips a circuit breaker is that the blower is overworking. If something is blocking airflow to your system, your blower has to work harder to compensate. The most common cause is a dirty air filter. When the air filter is dirty, your blower has to work harder to force air through the filter. This increases the blower’s energy consumption and can sometimes trip the circuit breaker. Check your filter and replace it with a clean one before resetting your circuit breaker. If the problem recurs, it is best to contact a professional who can safely determine if the issue is caused by a furnace problem or if the circuit breaker itself may have malfunctioned. Other issues that can make the blower overwork include duct leaks, closed or blocked-off air registers, or dirty coils.


    Chances are, regular maintenance on your air conditioner has been neglected it isn’t cooling as well as it could be. Dirt and debris can clog the coils of your system, significantly reduce the efficiency and wear it out sooner. You can hose off the outdoor coil after shutting off the power to the condenser. Power can be shut off at the electrical disconnect near the condenser or at the electric panel. The indoor evaporator coil can become dirty, especially if the furnace filters are not changed frequently. A dirty evaporator coil can reduce the efficiency of both your furnace and air conditioner and make your system work harder. Filthy coils will need to be cleaned by a trained service technician.


    There are a few reasons a furnace blower may run continuously. Before calling for service, check the fan switch on the thermostat. The motor will run continuously when the thermostat is set to the fan position. It often happens that homeowners accidentally switch the fan switch to on.

    There is a fan relay in the furnace that turns the blower on when there is a call for heat; if the relay sticks, the blower will not shut off. There are several types of safeties and limits on the furnace. If activated, the circuit board may bring on the furnace to cool it down. If the limit or safety does not reset, the blower will not shut off. A trained service technician can evaluate this problem and offer repair options.


    Both air conditioners and high-efficiency furnaces produce condensate. Drain pipes are employed to ensure proper water drainage. Furnaces can leak water if the drain lines are either clogged or cracked. A homeowner can help keep the drain lines clean by pouring bleach down the drain periodically. Other possible leak sources could be the collector box, heat exchanger, or evaporator drain pan. A service technician should be contacted to determine the source of the water leak and repair options.

We offer a full line of new American Standard or Mitsubishi heating and air conditioning equipment at competitive prices!

Contact us below for a free in-home estimate or text us at: 206-339-5684

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