Fall has truly arrived in Portland, Oregon, which means that another cool, wet Pacific Northwest winter isn’t far behind. Is your HVAC system ready to ramp up the heat? While heating your home will raise your electric bill over the winter, you can cut costs by ensuring that your HVAC unit is up to par. The experts at Integrity Air LLC offer 5 tips for preparing your HVAC system for winter in Portland.
You twist a knob, turn a dial, and cool crisp air pours through the vents, a welcome relief from the sweltering heat outside. You know that it works, but do you know how it works? Surprisingly, it might not be as complicated as one might imagine.
AC provides that much-needed relief during the hot summer days, but when your AC unit starts acting unusual that relief can turn into a headache. For the most part, it's fairly easy to determine if something is wrong. Sometimes, however, the signs can be subtle and difficult to detect. "Is there something off about the AC? Ah, maybe it's just in my head..." (maybe not)
It's important that you can have an HVAC company that you can rely on, especially over time as your equipment may require maintenance or the need for a new unit installation arises. When searching the Portland area for a great HVAC company, consider these three points.
Regular maintenance is a necessary part of owning anything - from a car to a home to a computer. Your heating and/or cooling system is no exception.
Temperatures here in Portland sure got sky high this summer! We’re hoping you found ways to stay cool - whether you sat in front of the AC in your home or office, or you headed out to cooler climes on the coast or waterfront. No matter how you weathered the heatwave, there are more high summer temperatures to come!
With such a snowy winter last year, it is doubly important to be prepared for this year’s upcoming winter weather. Integrity Air, LLC does furnace installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance. If you are considering getting any of these actions done, now is the perfect time to schedule the service.