Come In From the Cold and Get Cozy

“Josh and his crew did a great job! Josh came out to my house at midnight in negative degree weather when my heat went out to diagnose the problem. Within 48 hours, he and his crew installed a new unit at a great price! I highly recommend them.”

- Courtney B.

“The lady that took my call was very polite and helpful. She scheduled our service for the next day (Saturday)! The gentleman called the next morning to verify the appointment and service time. He tested the system and had the heat going in minutes. I highly recommend Gateway heating & cooling! We will only use them for all our future heating and cooling needs.”

- Tina R.

AC quit working on a 90+ degree day, and Gateway Heating & Cooling was at the house within hours of being called. John had the supplies he needed with him, and had the problem fixed in less than half an hour. Thanks for the service!”

- Chad C.

Come In From the Cold and Get Cozy

“Josh and his crew did a great job! Josh came out to my house at midnight in negative degree weather when my heat went out to diagnose the problem. Within 48 hours, he and his crew installed a new unit at a great price! I highly recommend them.”

- Courtney B.

Gateway Heating & Cooling is a family owned and operated business founded on the basic principles of honesty, integrity, and excellence. It has always been our goal to offer our customers exceptional services at the best possible price, and we will not settle for less than total customer satisfaction. We operate out of Mount Sterling, in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

At Gateway Heating & Cooling, we pride ourselves in being able to take great care of your heat pump, air conditioner, furnace, or any other type of system you may have in order to keep you comfortable. Whether you are looking for heating repair, air conditioner repair, new installation, or seasonal maintenance, we have you covered.

Keep Your HVAC In Top Shape

HVAC equipment.

#1: NOW

  • Buy a high-efficiency pleated air filter.
  • Keep AC and heat units free of leaves, pollen, and grass.
  • Clear two feet of space around outdoor AC and heat units.

#2: MONTHLY OR SEASONALLY

  • Inspect refrigerant lines each month.
  • Replace your air filter at least every 90 days.
  • Summer: turn off water to the furnace humidifier.
  • Fall: replace the humidifier filter and turn on water.

#3: ANNUALLY

  • Replace your carbon monoxide detector battery.
  • Ensure outdoor AC unit is on firm and level ground.
  • Clear AC condensate drain with a bleach/water mixture.

What Our Customers Are Saying About Us

Air Conditioner Repair in Other, KY 40475

“These guys are great! We had another company come out to service our air conditioner four times and they could not figure out the problem. John came out once and figured it out. I would recommend this company always.”
- Christine A.

Heat Pump Replacement in Mt Sterling, KY 40353

“Over the top satisfied! Being an OTR truck driver and trying to take care of such a big issue as a HVAC (heat pump) replacement due to lightening, is normally no easy task. I cannot stress enough how easy Josh Moore and his Tech's, made made my experience, over the phone. Everything from estimate to replacement install was literally handled while I was out West. I came home to a super cool home and couldn't have been more pleased or impressed with the customer service, workmanship and care that was provided to me. I'd give a 10 ⭐️ if possible. Integrity is one word to sum them up!”

- Jana L.

Air Conditioner Repair in Mt Sterling, KY 40353

“Came out last minute during this quarantine and he was super friendly and fast. I will go through them for all future services”

- Bree B.

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On most thermostats, you can choose between On or Auto for your fan setting. On tells your HVAC unit to run its fans all the time, even when the air isn’t being heated or cooled. Auto means the fan only runs when your air is being treated. It might be a good idea to try a combination of both settings.

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Short cycling is a term used in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) world to explain a situation where a furnace or air conditioner turns on and off too frequently. The “short cycle” is the period of time that your HVAC equipment is actually running, and the shorter this cycle, the harder your system needs to work.

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