The weather can be an inconvenience at times but it can also become dangerous. When your furnace stops working, waiting for a solution just won’t work. We know how important it is to diagnose the issue and fix it quickly. To ensure total temperature control, give us a call. We’ll discuss your needs over the phone and then set you up with a technician that will handle your furnace repair with professionalism and respect.
Our technicians consistently receive ongoing training so that they’re better equipped to handle your furnace repair emergency. We use factory authorized parts whenever possible and guarantee that our furnace repair services will help you get the most out of your initial furnace investment. We’re happy to provide peace of mind, affordable quotes, and furnace repair that won’t leave you out in the cold.
We service the Portland metropolitan area, Hood River, Salem, Eugene, Seaside and SW Washington. If you would like to know if we service your area feel free to give us a call.
It is important to keep up on furnace maintenance. Ignoring this simple step will certainly lead to a furnace repair service call in the future. While we’re more than capable of fixing your furnace we also want to show you how to maintain your furnace and prevent future issues.
No matter the type of furnace you have, there are a few simple things you can do to help keep it operating at its optimal level. Remember to replace the air filter at least twice each year. They help to trap debris, which keeps your furnace cleaner.
You should also clean your furnace, including the blower assembly, pulleys, and belts, with a clean cloth when switching out the filter. This can be done by removing the front panel, in most designs.
But besides these DIY maintenance tips, you should also schedule a maintenance inspection. We’ll come out at a time that works best with your schedule and inspect your furnace for any issues. It’s better to be warned of an issue and have time to fix it rather than find yourself without a furnace during the coldest time of the year.