Certified Contractors for Air Conditioning and Heating in Portland

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems are as essential to a today's building as the lighting system. It not only a channel for a comfortable living, but also integral for a healthy lifestyle. Today, at least in the western parts of the world, there is hardly a home built without giving adequate consideration to a HVAC system. When you are considering a new HVAC system or a system for a home you're building, you can also go beyond the norm and decide on a greener solution by considering geothermal heating and cooling. Installing an HVAC system is not a DIY job, unless of course you are a qualified and licensed HVAC engineer. It's a specialized job which requires, expert knowledge and experience. Our pre-screend qualified local contractors in Portland can help you get started with advice and cost estimation.

If you are either considering to install a new system for a house you are building or planning to replace a unit already reached its useful lifespan, or trying to replace a very inefficient system, this is the right time to do it. When you replace your existing system with an energy efficient unit which meets or exceeds the government recommended threshold, you can get a tax credit which can cover cost of the unit as well as any installation cost. When you talk to our HVAC contractors they will be able to help you to get these numbers right

As per heating and ventilating, there are number of ways that can be implemented too. Each of these methods have their own characteristics, however they can be classified based on: 1. The heat conducting medium, 2. The energy type, 3. The heat generating method, 4. Their efficiency. The heat conducting medium, could be either air, water, steam or electricity. The electricity can be classified as a energy type and also as a conveying medium. What type of method suited for a particular structure or your home is dependent on the environmental extremes at where you live, availability of a type of energy source, and structural uniqueness of your home.

Here are some of the options you can further explore: