- up to $500 in Mitsubishi Rebates
- a $200 PGE Heat Pump Instant Rebate, and
- up to $800 in Energy Trust of Oregon Instant Incentives
Date: 2/23/2018 3:17 PM PST
Date: 2/6/2018 7:57 AM PST
Lifestory Research has conducted over 8,000 opinions from 2017, and has honored Trane as America’s Most Trusted® HVAC System for years 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018!
As a Trane Comfort Specialist for over 5 years, we wholeheartedly stand by Trane, and only offer the best to our customers.
Date: 1/18/2018 9:13 AM PST
We recently received news that we earned the 2017 Angie's List Super Service Award! This is a highly prestigious award that only a handful of contractors receive per year. Thanks to our fantastic customers, and the reviews they have left for us, we have been a Super Service Award winner for 10 years running!
Again, a huge thank you to all of those who contributed to our Angie's List reviews - we promise to keep up the good work!
Date: 1/2/2018 4:03 PM PST
Date: 9/19/2017 8:44 AM PDT
Fall weather is upon us, and that means it's time to test our furnaces and make sure they are going to keep us warm - especially through the Winter. If you have an aging furnace, or want to avoid high energy bills similar to last January and February, then it might be time to consider a new system. Thankfully, Trane is providing customers a fantastic deal that will make the overall cost a little bit easier to swallow.
Introducing...The Trane Unstoppable Event! Receive up to $1000 off the purchase of a new system, and up to 60 Months at 0% APR financing.
Date: 3/28/2017 11:34 AM PDT
Date: 3/21/2017 10:25 AM PDT
It has been confirmed that the Residential Energy Tax Credits will no longer be available 2018. These tax credits would impact residential heating & cooling improvements like updating your gas furnace, heat pump, and/or ductless heat pump system.
With this in mind, now may be the time to start thinking about replacing your aging and unreliable equipment before those tax credits expire! Take a look at the list of available tax credits below to see what you may qualify for when updating your system:
Date: 3/13/2017 2:43 PM PDT
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Date: 2/1/2017 12:19 PM PST
If you experienced a high PGE or NW Natural bill, just know you're not alone! Everyone in the Portland Metro area felt the pinch.
According to KATU's article published this morning, one Oregon City resident had their PGE bill reach as high as $531! Despite having high efficient windows and doors, their bill was the highest it had ever been. However, temperatures remained in the upper 20's (even teens!) and never let up. Regardless of the using a gas furnace, heat pump, or all electric system - there was no way to escape the amount of energy used, especially with residents home-bound for days on end as a result of closed schools.
Next time (which could be as early as the end of this week!), here are a few things to keep in mind to reduce that energy bill down as low as possible, without any surprises:
|Electric Furnaces warm up internal Heat Strips to produce warm air in your home. These units are known to be very inefficient, and will cause your energy bill to rise drastically.|