Roth Heating and Cooling meets with job applicants at the Portland Community College Job Fair
Roth Heating & Cooling's Curissa Guest meets with applicants at the Portland Community College job fair as shown on the front cover of the Oregonian.
Roth Heating and Cooling sponsors a new weather station and HD camera at Lake Oswego High School
Roth Heating and Cooling recently sponsored a new weather station and HD camera at Lake Oswego High School as part of the KOIN Channel 6 Pinpoint Weather Net and as an educational tool for students. In addition the weather information will be available to the public through KOIN 6 News Broadcasts and online with Weather Bug.
Heat Up the Winter Contest Winners
Congratulations to the Harrahs on winning a new home furnace unit and a new air conditioning unit, installed, courtesy of Lennox and Roth Heating and Cooling!
Our 35th Anniversary was celebrated with 35 Days of Prizes!
Every weekday for 35 days, starting June 28th the 35th anniversary logo was hidden on the website. Hundreds searched for the logo, clicked and entered to win the prize for that day.
Thank you to all who participated and congratulations to all of our winners!
Big Winners Announced from our 2010 "Heating up Fall" Sweepstakes
Thank you to everyone who entered our fall sweepstakes. As promised winners were picked in December 2010 and notified of their prizes. Eighty-one people won prizes valued at over $2,500 total! With gift cards from iTunes, Safeway, Starbucks, Burger King, and Jamba Juice many prize packages were mailed out.
It was fun to surprise the big winners with the news. Our grand prize winner was Pam Hunter of Canby, OR. She said she was in “shock and awe” over her new iPad.
Danielle Fullington of Oregon City, OR, and Dave Cadran of Vancouver, WA won the Garmin GPS and iPod Touch.
If you were not a winner this time stay connected to Roth via facebook, twitter, our blog, or website for future promotions!
“Thank you all so much for the gift of my new iPad. Everyone at work is helping me break it in. Thank you!”Pam
“Our family wanted to thank you and Roth Heating and Cooling for the gift cards our family won in the Heating Up Fall Sweepstakes. We were surprised and happy that we won something in your sweepstakes. We have used Ponderosa Heating and Cooling’s services exclusively since we moved to Sisters 10 years and have always been very happy with their work. Thanks again!”The Hjelmstad Family
Rod, Barb, Evan and Janelle
We have a WINNER!
The winners of our OLDEST FURNACE CONTEST are JOHN & SHERI ZIEHL. The furnace installed and running in their Canby home was a doozie — from 1947!
As we promised, we REPLACED their noisy, old, ineffecient furnace FOR FREE with a 90% efficient furnace! Now the Ziehl’s are looking forward to enjoying their new furnace -- and the energy savings!
Money saving tips featured on KPTV’s Better Portland
Check out our recent segment "How to Save Money Heating Your Home" on KPTV’s Better Portland.
Helping to create Habitat
Roth Heating & Cooling makes donations in the name of its customers even in the middle of tough economic times.
Canby Herald, January 14th, 2009
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Making a Home More Habit(able)
Portland, OR (June 16, 2008) - Well accustomed to working on homes- from ‘starters’ to Street of Dreams masterpieces- a group of Roth Heating & Cooling employees got a chance to make a difference on a Habitat for Humanity home in Northeast Portland.
On May 31, 2008, six installers from Roth Heating’s Canby facility participated in the Portland Habitat for Humanity Home builder Blitz 2008. Five homebuilders & 180 trades contractors, suppliers and hospitality sponsors worked together to make this year’s event a success.
The Roth Heating employees who participated this year were (L to R); Nate, Travis, Chad, Shane, Bryan and Jerry. During their shift they installed the home’s new complete heating system.
Although this Habitat for Humanity home was the first one for four of the installers, both Nate and Chad have worked on four previous Builder Blitzes, installing HVAC equipment on behalf of Roth Heating.
“It’s a great experience,” said Nate. “It’s pretty cool to see everyone work together to get these done in seven days.”
Housing Boom Propels Local HVAC Company to NO. 76
By Wendy Culverwell
Business Journal Staff writer
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Local Service Company Snags Coveted Award
Flexibility and innovation are key to how our Roth Mechanical division functions.
Prineville, OR (January 31,2007) - A pat on the back is always appreciated, and that’s what a local HVAC company received recently- a big pat on the back form the Central Oregon Builders Association when they named Roth Heating and Cooling “Sub-contractor of the Year.”
The Central Oregon Builders Association (COBA) consists of builders, subcontractors, material suppliers, lending institutions, utilities. This award, along with several others including “Builder of the Year”, was presented on Thursday January 18, in Bend, Oregon, and COBA’s annual gathering.
Customer service is a huge priority for the company. “We’re very proud of this recognition of our work,” says Kory MacGregor, President of Roth Heating & Cooling. “Our company is a fairly new player in this area, and we work hard to meet the high expectations of Central Oregon residents. We hire and retain personnel that understand our commitment to high-quality customers-service.”
Roth Heating officially began serving Central Oregon on January 1st of this year, after MacGregor purchased the 5,000 square foot Ryco building in Prineville. “I’ve wanted to enter the Central Oregon market for a long time,” says MacGregor. “When one of our key partners, Renaissance Homes, announced their decision to enter the market I knew it was our time, too.” Seeing another opportunity in Sisters, Ponderosa Heating joined the Roth Heating and Cooling family of companies on May 1, 2006. “Ponderosa has an excellent name and has been doing business in Sisters for over 18 years,” said MacGregor.
Established in 1976, Roth Heating and Cooling began as a small company with a few employees and has grown into one of the largest residential/light commercial HVAC companies in Oregon, with over 170 employees and still growing. Headquartered in Canby, Oregon, with satellite offices in Newberg, Silverton, Prineville- and most recently Sisters- their service reach is from Vancouver to Salem, Hillsboro to Bend.