Heating & Furnace Repair Contractors in Portland, OR
Prescreened Heating & Furnace Repair Contractors in Portland, OR
11124 North East Halsey Street, Suite 507
Portland, OR 97220
7410 Southwest Oleson Road
Portland, OR 97223
2869 Northeast Sandy Boulevard
Portland, OR 97232
1376 Northeast 186th Avenue
Portland, OR 97230
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Reviews of Portland Heating & Furnace Repair Contractors
Arrived on time, had never seen my type of appliance before (very old free standing gas space heater), and was able to figure out the problem and fix it. Very personable
Service was competitively priced. They called me with my original review and wanted me to be a satisfied customer! They did fix the problem though.
Kurt came when he promised. he charged me a reasonable diagnostic fee. He worked really hard to figure out what the problem was and then fix it to the best of his ability.
How Much Does it Cost to Repair or Service Furnace or Forced Air Heating System in Portland?
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Unscreened Heating & Furnace Contractors in Portland, Oregon
P.O. Box 33767
Portland, OR 97292
15570 N.W. Barkton St.
Beaverton, OR 97006
P.O. Box 86280
Portland, OR 97286
P.O. Box 1475
Wilsonville, OR 97070
P.O. Box 751
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Things to Consider Before You Repair or Service Furnace or Forced Air Heating System in Portland, Oregon:
- What kind of central heating system do you have?
- What kind of location is this?
- Is this an emergency?
- Why does your heating system need servicing?
Nothing happens when it's turned on
No heat in one location
No heat in all locations
Pilot light is out
Makes odd noises
Doesn't get warm enough
Cycles on/off too rapidly
- How old is your current heating system?
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Portland Heating Systems
Although "green" heating systems garner all the headlines, Portland homeowners are more likely to need repair and troubleshooting services for their current heating systems. Should your Portland heating system fail, energy efficiency will fall into the background faster than you can make a cup of hot chocolate or macchiato. If you're already in this dilemma, submit a request and you will begin to hear from our prescreened contractors immediately. Our online database of customer ratings and reviews shows you what other homeowners have thought about their experience with individual contractors. It also shows that some homeowners have even gotten their heating system repaired the same day! In addition, as with any quality-controlled database of customer reviews, it provides a powerful motivator for contractors to meet and exceed your expectations.
Ideally, you should look to identify problems with your heating system before it fails. A diligent eye is great, and you should turn your system on for about an hour during the fall, so you can have a professional fix any problems before the winter season rush makes schedule openings rare for contractors. With a little planning, there is no reason you can't take great care of your current system and be ready to pull the trigger on a new, energy-efficient heating system when the time comes. Keep in mind that when you're under the time constraint of getting some type of home heating system up and running, your options will be unfortunately limited.
Green Heating Systems
Geothermal Heat Pumps: By using the consistently moderate temperatures underneath the Earth's surface, these heat pumps work by exchanging above ground air particles with these subterranean air particles. Extremely energy efficient and generally eco-friendly, perhaps the best part of this heating system is the fact that it doubles as a cooling system, for those rare, warm summer days.
Solar Heating Panels: Expensive to install, solar heating panels can all but eliminate home heating costs, including your hot water heating. It can also work as a pool heater, extending the usability of a residential pool or even the plausibility of installing a pool in the first place. Don't be fooled by the rain and clouds, either. Portland receives just as much solar energy as the average U.S. city.Hydronic Heating: With hydronic heating, water coils make transporting and transferring heat throughout your home more efficient. The low specific heat of these coils reduces the amount of lost energy and creates a radiant heat source. Typically, these coils are installed underneath your flooring, although if no space is available, they can also be placed behind your walls.
Cost of Heating Systems
Although the average cost of installing a heating system is about $5,000, we've recently seen units installed for as little as $2,000 and rarely do we see a project eclipse the $6,000 mark. The relatively low cost of Portland heating systems is undoubtedly linked to lower capacity needs afforded by the fact that the temperature rarely drops below freezing. As for repair costs, our data suggests an average of about $250 with a range of about $100 to $900. Anything more than $1,000 probably means a better bet is to use this money toward a heating system replacement.