Sometimes, it isn’t easy to find the answers to your home heating and cooling questions. That’s why we’re launching our new home comfort blog, to help Canby area residents learn more about how to keep their homes comfortable and energy efficient all year round. Over the next few weeks, we’ll share helpful information about a variety of HVAC topics. Hopefully, you’ll find the answers you’re looking for.
We’ve been installing and servicing heating and cooling systems in the Portland Metro area for almost 35 years. We know our local customers and understand their HVAC needs and concerns. Here are just a few of the topics we’ll be covering in our blog:
- Precision tune-ups– what they do and why you need one
- Repair or replace?– options that will save you money and enhance your comfort
- Duct cleaning– what can it do for your indoor air quality?
- System maintenance- how homeowners can keep their HVAC systems running smoothly
- Indoor air quality– the importance of air purification and ventilation
- Energy efficiency– what homeowners can do to reduce their energy bills
Why is it important for homeowners to know how to choose and maintain their heating and cooling systems? Isn’t that what your contractor is for? Sure, you can leave it up to the professionals. But, the truth is, an educated homeowner will recognize early warning signs and get help before a small problem turns into a major repair.
You’re also more likely to keep system components properly maintained. A well-maintained heating and cooling system lasts longer and performs more efficiently. This can add up to significant energy savings and fewer breakdowns.
It’s also important for Oregon homeowners to know their options when it comes time to replace a system, and how to operate their HVAC equipment to maximize performance and energy efficiency. So, check in with our home comfort blog each week to learn more about your system, its maintenance and all of your equipment options. With a little bit of help from the experts, you can stay comfortable, reduce repair bills and keep your energy costs under control.