January 23rd, 2023
Getting your home comfortable may feel a little more tricky than it used to. You aren’t imagining it. Newer homes are made to be more well-sealed than ever before. This is great news for keeping your home temperature under control because it helps reduce heat transfer. However, it is less than great for your indoor air quality.
The issue with well-sealed homes is that they keep the air in very well, meaning that any dust or airborne debris that enters the house stays in the house. As you can imagine, recirculating dirty air, even when it is temperature controlled, is not great. That’s why it’s great to know more about your indoor air quality system options such as the Air Scrubber.
January 9th, 2023
More and more homes are becoming all electric. This is an energy efficient and environmentally friendly way to live. Switching over to a heat pump system is a step toward that all-electric future for your home.
We want to give you a reminder that even all-electric systems aren’t immune from the need for expert repairs. With how much more intense our seasons are becoming, this is even more important to remember too. Why? Because prompt repairs can save you from an early replacement.
Do you need a heat pump repair in Lake Oswego, OR? Here are the warnings signs that you do.
December 26th, 2022
You’ve relied on your furnace for many years but it’s finally time to switch things up. No system lasts forever so as yours reaches the end of its lifespan, it’s good to look ahead to get things started on your next furnace installation in Clackamas OR.
The best way to get this process started is to figure out if you need to move forward with a system replacement. We can help answer that question and others here.
December 12th, 2022
No one wants to spend their savings on a faulty furnace that broke down at the worst possible moment. If anything though, this should be a good motivator to find and address furnace malfunctions before they escalate to this point.
Need some help figuring out whether or not you need furnace repair in Oregon City, OR? We can share the signs to watch for then provide the service you need to get things warm again.
November 28th, 2022
Now is the right time to ask yourself this question, especially if you have reasons to believe your current furnace is on the decline or is too old for you to trust it will make it through the coming cold weather. Fall is an ideal time to arrange for a larger HVAC service like a furnace replacement in Beaverton, OR— the weather isn’t cold enough for you to worry about going without a heater for a few hours, and HVAC technicians have more open schedules.
Let’s get into the question and help you see if you need to replace your furnace before the winter arrives.
November 14th, 2022
The first thing you need to know after reading the title of this blog post is that furnace repairs aren’t something you should ever attempt on your own.
However, there are things you can check when your furnace stops working, and that’s what we’re here to talk about today. If you find that despite following the troubleshooting tips we’re about to share below, your furnace is still worse for wear, please don’t hesitate to give us a call–that’s what we’re here for!
October 17th, 2022
Your furnace is going to make noise. There is no getting around this. While technology has come very far, furnaces don’t have silencers in or on them, and you’ll hear things like the air coming through your vents, the fan motor running, the ductwork gently rattling, etc.
If, however, you hear an unfamiliar sound or an exceptionally loud sound from your furnace, you should know that it’s not normal. It means, it’s time to give us a call. But what are these noises, exactly? That’s what we’re going to explore below–read on!
October 3rd, 2022
If you’re just now becoming familiar with the world of indoor air quality, then it’s likely that you’re going to start with an air filter or an air purifier for your home. Air filtration and air purifiers are the best way for you to start improving your home’s indoor air quality.
We know that the process of finding the right indoor air quality solutions can be a little confusing, but we’re here to walk you through the entire process.
Read on to learn more about air purifiers and air filtration systems.
September 19th, 2022
No one wants to replace their air conditioner, but the time will come for every property. In general, you can expect an HVAC system to last at least 10-15 years. Some may last up to 20 years. How much the system is used and how consistent you are with filter changes and annual maintenance service will impact the life of the air conditioner tremendously.
If you think your turn to schedule HVAC replacement in Gresham, OR, is coming soon, it helps to understand the warning signs that your system’s life is nearing its end. The more you pay attention to how your air conditioner is operating, the more time you may have to prepare for the cost of AC replacement.
September 5th, 2022
The quality of air that circulates throughout your living space plays a big role in the comfort of household occupants. Good indoor air quality contributes to your health, too, in addition to the efficiency of your HVAC systems.
So, we know that clean air is good, but how do you achieve that clean air? We have a number of indoor air products that can help, but one, in particular, is the Aerus air scrubber, a type of air purifier that has been deemed Certified Space Technology. Read on to learn more!