Here at Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning, we’re a family-owned, and operated HVAC contractor committed to providing the highest level of home comfort options to Fairview residents and beyond.
Our technicians are highly trained and equipped to handle any HVAC issue, from routine maintenance and repairs on residential systems to turnkey installations for commercial environments.
We’re a Ruud Pro Partner, which means we’re held to the highest standard in the industry and must maintain an average 5-star customer rating.
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Fairview Air Conditioning Services
Is your HVAC system ready for summer? You can be sure your air conditioner will perform at peak capacity to keep your family cool and comfortable by calling Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning.
We offer a comprehensive range of AC services, including:
- AC maintenance and repair
- Air handler service
- AC installation and replacement
- AC refrigerant leak repair
- Smart home thermostats
- Evaporator coil services
- Ductless mini-split AC systems
- Air filter replacement
Our HVAC technicians are experts at installing, repairing, and maintaining all makes and models.
And, as a trade ally of Energy Trust of Oregon, we offer eco-friendly solutions to minimize your carbon footprint and lower your energy bills.
Contact us today to book service.
Common Signs You Need Air Conditioner Repair
For most of us, air conditioners are a necessity for living comfortably in hot, humid weather.
While modern air conditioners are robust machines, they don’t last forever and are prone to breaking down if not properly maintained.
Here are the most common signs that your AC may not be in the best shape, and it’s time to call an AC contractor for help.
It’s normal for your air conditioner to make a little noise starting up or shutting down. However, if you notice squealing, grinding, or rattling noises, it’s a sign that something is wrong, and ignoring it could lead to system failure.
Another problem requiring an appointment with an AC specialist is if you have electrical issues when your air conditioner is running. Flickering lights or tripped breakers point to a severe problem resulting in a fire if left unrepaired.
If you find warm air coming from your vents, your air conditioner likely needs a tune-up. Sometimes, warm air is a symptom of blocked airflow, low refrigerant, or a failing compressor.
During summer, it’s common for your air conditioner to cycle on and off more often. However, if the system turns on and off before reaching the desired temperature or at uneven intervals, it’s wise to call a professional for an inspection.
Do you notice inconsistent temperatures between the rooms in your home? If your system can’t provide even temperatures throughout your house, it could be over capacity, or it may be an issue with the thermostat.
At Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning, our experts quickly get to the bottom of your air conditioner problem and devise a solution to restore comfort as soon as possible.
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Benefits of an Air Conditioner Tune Up
As a homeowner, you have plenty of household chores and maintenance tasks to keep you busy throughout the year. However, one task that often gets pushed to the bottom of the to-do list or ignored is AC maintenance.
Why? Well, because most air conditioners seem to operate perfectly year in and out, and for some, it only makes sense to call for help when there’s a problem.
However, your air conditioner is a complex machine, and as such, it requires routine maintenance to keep it running efficiently.
Here are a few reasons why AC maintenance is a task you shouldn’t ignore.
Avoid Costly Repairs & Breakdowns
While there’s never an ideal time for your air conditioner to break down, it’s undoubtedly worse during the hot summer months. Summer is a time when AC contractors are at their busiest, and it may be days before you can get an appointment.
With routine maintenance, your system is less likely to break down when you need it most, allowing you to avoid costly repairs or having to wait for service when you need your system to keep you and your family comfortable.
Over time, your air conditioner loses efficiency, which means it uses more energy than before to do its job, and that’s more money spent on your energy bills. Also, reduced efficiency means you don’t get the same comfort level as before. With maintenance and a tune-up, your system runs at peak performance, saving you money and keeping you more comfortable.
Your air conditioner pushes air throughout your house. If that air is filled with pet dander, dust, dirt, germs, mold, and mildew, it can cause people with allergies or respiratory problems to suffer. With an AC tune up, the technician will clean the system and your ductwork, so you get the cleanest, healthiest air possible.