Is your furnace frequently cycling? Does your unit appear to be leaking? Maybe your home just isn’t warming up as it should be. No matter the issue, you need a heater tune-up or furnace repair service. Clackamas County experiences some cold winters, and you don’t want to be left without heat in the middle of one. For top-notch heating solutions in Canby, OR, Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning can help.
Our furnace services are comprehensive and include everything from quick fixes and diagnoses to major repairs and furnace installation. We know home heating systems well and guarantee accurate results with every job.
Do the heater services you need overextend your budget? Check out our financing plans to find an option that works for you.
Benefits of Central Heating Installation
Central heating is the only form of heating that warms the entirety of your home evenly. There’s nothing quite like being completely surrounded by consistent comfort. In fact, the consistent temperature is better for your respiratory system, and the gentle movement of air keeps the circulation of allergens to a minimum. Central heating is quiet, efficient, and effective, and automated controls make the systems very easy and convenient to use. Better efficiency also means less environmental impact and money saved.
High-Quality Heating Maintenance
When was the last time you had furnace maintenance service? If it’s been more than a year, then you’re due to schedule an appointment with a professional. At Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning, we provide thorough heater inspection, cleaning, and testing, so that you can feel safe and secure knowing your heating system is working properly, and won’t fail unexpectedly. We’ll clear your system of buildup and debris, lubricate all moving parts, and make sure it is running efficiently and effectively.
If your heating system is overdue for maintenance, don’t worry. Contact us to schedule an appointment for preventative service today.
When to Consider Heating Replacement
Most heating problems can be solved with repairs. But if your heater is more than 15 years old and has frequent issues, you may be due for furnace replacement. In general, if the cost of repairs are equal to 50 percent or more of the total cost to replace your unit, then a new heating system is the best route to take. And if, even after maintenance and repairs, you notice that your heating system still struggles with efficiency, replacement is probably necessary. If you take care of your home heater, it has the potential to last well beyond 15 years, so make sure you don’t put off maintenance and repairs, so that you can avoid the need for replacement as long as possible.