Winter weather is right around the corner and you have likely already started relying on your heating system to keep you and your family warm. Have you noticed that it simply isn’t keeping up with the demand? Are you wondering if there is a problem? Here are some common reasons why your furnace isn’t working.

#1: Internal components.
Over time and regular use, the furnace system’s motors, belts, and bearings can break. There is an increased chance of these things breaking down if you don’t regularly service your system. The blower motor is one of the main parts of the system that circulates the air into your home, and it can break down easily if not tuned-up annually. If that breaks, warm air cannot be circulated into your home and you will need a furnace repair.

#2: Dirt and dust buildup.
Did you know that most of the breakdowns we see are due to significant dust and dirt buildup? Not changing your furnace filters enough can cause breakdowns and the need for furnace repairs. Dirt air filters will block air flow and cause your system to work harder than necessary. That means the system is not running efficiently and the internal parts are under greater strain. Be sure to change your filters every other month. Another way to avoid dust and dirt buildup is by scheduling annual maintenance appointments. Our trained team of technicians will clean the system internally and ensure that all parts are running efficiently. We will perform a safety inspection and make sure there are no issues that could cause potential problems or breakdowns later.

#3: Gas line.
Sometimes your gas furnace will not run properly if there is an issue getting adequate gas through the gas line. This is something that should only be diagnosed by a natural gas specialist because the potential danger and health risks that come with working with gas. You will need to ensure that the system is shut down completely and that the professional can access your system easily.

Our team at Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning has been serving customers around the Pacific Northwest for more than three decades with furnace repair or furnace replacement. We can ensure that your system is at optimal performance so you can head into the winter knowing that you and your family will stay warm and comfortable all season long. Now is the time to make sure your system is tuned-up and ready to go. Call us today if your furnace needs an annual tune-up, repair or a full replacement.

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Sunny days and frigid nights are in the forecast this week in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Your furnace system is working hard to generate warm air to keep you comfortable, but what happens when the cold weather hits? Here are some ways to keep your heating system protected from cold weather.

#1: Keep your system serviced.
It is important to have a furnace system that is reliable and ready to keep you warm no matter what the weather is doing outside. No one wants to risk having the system break down right when you need it most. The best way to prevent breakdowns like this is to keep your system tuned up. Our experienced team of technicians will clean or replace the air filters, run an energy efficiency check, and ensure there are no parts that may need repair now or soon.  It’s always best to spot potential issues early on so there are no surprises down the road. Just like your car needs tune-ups regularly, so does your heating system!

#2: Clean your air filters.
This is a simple job but a very important one! Cleaning or changing your air filters on a regular basis will help prolong the life of your system and will help prevent breakdowns. One of the most common causes of a furnace breakdown is from accumulated dirt and dust within the filter. Check the filters every other month, especially when you are using the system a lot.

#3: Check your insulation.
The more insulation you have in your home, the more efficient it will be. Insulation and your furnace system work hand in hand with each other. The insulation helps keep the warm air inside that your furnace system is pumping in. While you’re checking your insulation, make sure you have windows and doors properly sealed so you can minimize leaks that way too.

For more than three decades, Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning has been serving customers around Oregon. Whether it’s a repair on your furnace or a full replacement, we will get the job on-time and within your budget. If you need a new furnace this year, now is the time to act. You can save thousands on a new Carrier system now through November 15th!

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Fall weather is here and brrr….it sure is chilly out there right now! Parts of Oregon have already seen snow and weather reports indicated that it was colder than usual. Many homeowners may have turned on their heaters! Chilly days and nights are going to be more frequent and now it’s time to schedule your heating maintenance appointment. Here’s why you should get your appointment on the books right away.

#1: Convenience.
When the weather gets cold, icy, and rainy, people are relying on their heaters all day and all night. The winter weather brings many heater emergencies for heating and cooling specialists in our area, simply because things break down! Fall is one of our least congested times, so we can get your maintenance appointment scheduled quickly.

#2: Reliability.
When you go to turn on your heater, you want it to work reliably and efficiently – every time. Having your furnace system maintained before cold weather hits means that you will have a more reliable machine that is less prone to breakdowns. Our maintenance technicians will run an energy efficiency check, make sure no repairs or adjustments are needed, and make sure the filters are changed or cleaned.  No one wants to be left out in the cold with no heat when you need it most! So, let us give you the confidence you need to keep your system reliable all season long.

#3: Energy savings.
Did you know a system that is not properly maintained may be using more energy than is necessary? A well-maintained furnace will run efficiently and use less energy, which will save you money in the long run. Not to mention, it’s great for the environment!

If you aren’t sure the last time you had your system professionally tuned-up, contact our team at Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning now. We will get you an appointment as soon as possible so you know your heater is ready to keep you warm all fall and winter long!

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With cooler weather already arriving, you may be wondering if your heating system is going to be able to keep up this season. If your heater is more than 10 to 15 years old, chances are, it will be prone to expensive or unexpected repairs or full breakdowns. You can avoid the hassle and expense by investing in a new furnace system. The best part? Now you can save up to $3,200 off a Carrier ducted (central) heat pump or up to $1,600 off a Carrier ductless heat pump!

Heat pump basics: Heat pumps are common for a variety of different home styles. They’re energy efficient and cost effective and provide both heating and cooling in the same system! No more hauling bulky window air conditioners in and out of your home each summer. And say goodbye to expensive electric bills in the winter with electric baseboard heat or wall heaters. Heat pumps are the wave of the future and are one of the best ways to save money all year long, because they can save up to 40% on your heating/cooling costs!

Not sure if this type of system is right for your home? Our experienced team of HVAC professionals at Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning will give you the options you need on what system size could work best for you. We will work with your budget and make sure you qualify for the offers or promotional discounts that can save you money!

Our current Carrier offer ends on November 30, 2019, so don’t delay! Now is the time to contact us and learn more so you can stay warm and comfortable all fall and winter long!

 

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Your home’s heating and cooling system is a critical part to your home. A good system is a big investment, so it’s natural to wonder how long it will last. There are two main factors that will affect your system’s lifespan.

#1: How well you maintain it.
Just like any machine – the better you take care of it, the longer it will last. Professional maintenance is key to ensuring the system lasts a long time. This will also help you know that unnecessary, unexpected breakdowns won’t happen. Scheduling annual maintenance is easy and as we look toward the start of autumn, this is a great time to get your appointment set! Our team of professionals at Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning will take a close look at your machine, run an energy efficiency check, clean and/or replace air filters, and make sure that the internal components are working at their peak. More questions about what our preventative maintenance work includes? Call us today and we are glad to go over the details.

#2: How well it’s installed.
Having your system installed from an experienced, professional team of heating and cooling technicians is important. While it might be tempting to try to figure it out yourself, don’t give in. Our team of technicians has been trained to ensure each part is installed correctly, including the duct work, venting, sealing, and more. Each detail matters. With the right installation, your system can work for you for a long time.

On average, furnaces, ductless heat pumps, and air conditioners will last between 10 and 20 years. However, there are parts inside each of these systems that may need to be replaced before that. That’s why preventative maintenance is such an important part to keeping the system working. Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning professionals will make sure we spot any prospective problem areas before they turn into big, expensive problems!

Call us today to get your preventative maintenance appointment scheduled! Or, if you know your system is at the end of its lifespan, we can help. Fall is the perfect time to get a new system installed so you have a reliable system to take you through the upcoming season changes. Contact us today!

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Kids are heading back to school and the hot summer will be over soon. Before you know it, autumn will be here. So now is the time to plan and get your system ready for the change of season. Here are some ways to do that.

#1: Clean and/or change your filter.
During the summer, your system is working hard to filter the air and capture the dust, pollen, and dust that is prevalent. Over time, this kind of debris will build up and could clog the air filter. That means your system needs to work harder to get your home to the temperature that you designate. Be sure to clean and/or change your filter every 1 to 2 months.

#2: Install a programmable thermostat.
When the temperatures start dropping this fall, it’s a great time to set your thermostat to a different temperature. The weather tends to change a lot during our Pacific Northwest autumns, so that means the range of temperatures can vary. A programmable thermostat is a great way to make sure that you stay comfortable all season long. You can program the thermostat to turn on at a certain time at a certain temperature. Then simply turn down, up, or off as necessary. You can program this at home or even when you’re away. They are incredibly convenient and affordable.

#3: Get your fall maintenance appointment set up.
If you want your system to last longer and run with peak efficiency, you will need to schedule regular maintenance on it. Fall is the perfect time to check your heating and cooling system. This will ensure you won’t have any surprise breakdowns that could be expensive. Our experienced team of technicians at Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning will check your system’s internal components, run an energy efficiency check, clean the filters, and make sure we discuss any potential problem spots.

This autumn don’t fall behind in your HVAC prep work! Staying ahead of the game on this simple maintenance means your system will work well all fall long!  Call us today for your fall maintenance appointment.

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The official first day of summer is just a week away, and we have already seen hot temperatures! People around the Pacific Northwest will be using their air conditioning systems regularly for the next couple of months. Want to save money while you do that? Here are some helpful ways to save energy this summer.

Tip #1: Keep vegetation away from your outside unit.
The outside unit of your cooling system needs to have weeds any other overgrown grass or vegetation removed and kept at least two feet away. This allows the system to pull in air efficiently and not use unnecessary amounts of energy.

Tip #2: Change your air filters.
Dirty or clogged air filters will cause your AC system to work harder that it needs to. This means you’ll likely see a steep increase in your utility bill. In addition, if your system is running harder than is necessary, it could decrease the lifespan of the unit, and could even cause an unexpected breakdown that could be expensive and frustrating. Your air filters should be cleaned or replaced every other month.

Tip #3: Keep heat away from your thermostat.
Did you know that if you have heat producing appliances or products your thermostat, it could produce heat and cause your thermostat to inaccurately read the room temperature?  Ensure your candles, lamps, or appliances like a toaster are set far enough away from the thermostat so it doesn’t interfere.

Tip #4: Get a programmable thermostat for your home.
We love programmable thermostats! They can save significant amounts of energy over the year, and that means you could save hundreds of dollars at the end of the year! These thermostats allow you to set the temperature to whatever is most comfortable, and then you can program it to turn up, down, or off, whenever you want – even if you are away from home. They are affordable to install and work with almost any existing HVAC system or air conditioning system.

Tip #5: Stay on top of preventative maintenance.
Your cooling system needs regular maintenance! During these preventative maintenance appointments, our experienced team will run an energy efficiency check, clean or change the filters, ensure the inside components and mechanisms are working properly, and will let you know if any repairs need to be made.

Summer is almost here and it’s going to get hot! Make sure your cooling system can keep you comfortable! Not sure your AC system is ready to handle another summer? Contact us today for a quote on which new system could be right for you and your budget!

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Spring has officially arrived in the Pacific Northwest! With the change of season, many homeowners are starting to tackle their home maintenance to-do list that piled up over winter. Don’t forget to put your heating and cooling system is on your list of things to check, so you can avoid potentially costly expenses that could happen if it breaks down. Here are some simple ways to avoid expensive HVAC repairs this spring.

#1: Don’t ignore noises or smells.
Stay vigilant about noticing smells or noises that seem out of the ordinary. These can often indicate an issue and if it’s left unattended, this could mean that you’re in for a costly repair or even worse, a total breakdown of the machine. Burning smells should never be ignored, which could indicate an electrical problem, and if you hear any banging, rattling, or squeaking or squealing, this could mean that something has come loose or one of the parts is worn and needs replacement.

#2: Don’t forget to schedule an annual maintenance appointment.
Spring is the best time to schedule a routine maintenance appointment for your heating and cooling system. This will ensure that any minor repairs are taken care of before they turn into something bigger. In addition, we will run an energy efficiency check to ensure everything is working at optimal efficiency, and we will clean the filters and inside parts to make sure airflow is ideal.

#3: Always change air filters.
Did you know that dirty air filters will reduce the flow of air into your home and cause your heating and cooling system to work harder than it must? That means you’re putting more wear and tear on the internal components and this could cause an expensive repair. A clogged filter will also mean that the air being circulated back into your home will not be as clean as it could be. Dust, pet dander, dirt, and other particles that your filter catches will build up and blow right back into the air you breathe if it isn’t cleaned or replaced every other month.

If you end up needing a repair, our team at Hybrid Heating and Air Conditioning offers 24-hour emergency service. If your system is over 10 to 15 years old, there is a good chance that you have already invested enough in repairs and you may need to have it replaced completely. Call us today to get your preventative maintenance appointment set up or to talk to us about options for a full replacement!

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Earth Day is next week! This day helps people remember the importance of our Earth and provides ways to help take care of it. We think that taking care of the Earth we live in is important and that being a good steward of the environment means many things – including thinking about your heating and cooling system! Make Earth Day every day in your home with some of these helpful tips.

#1: Replace your thermostat.
Programmable thermostats are an easy way to reduce your energy usage and save money! Not to mention, they will help you with evenly heating and cooling your home all year long. These thermostats allow you to program the temperature to be what you want, when you want it. For example, if you know you will be gone at work all day, don’t keep the thermostat cranked up. Program it to turn down a bit while you’re away, then have it turn back up shortly before you get home. Programmable thermostats can be used in tandem with almost any existing heating and cooling system. Contact us today for options.

#2: Stay ahead of the game with preventative maintenance.
Heating and cooling preventative maintenance appointments may not be on the top of your priority list, but they should be. These will help you extend the life of your system and they will help prevent unexpected breakdowns. Spring is one of the best times to get your system tuned up. We will make sure to run an energy efficiency check to ensure the system is working at peak condition. We will also clean the filters or replace them, then talk to you about any repairs or other issues we see that could cause a problem. Preventative maintenance gives you the peace of mind you need as you head into the spring and summer seasons.

Heating and cooling systems account for the highest energy use in most households nationwide. That means when it comes to helping the Earth, that you should look no further than your HVAC system! We can help get your preventative maintenance appointment on the books! Or, if you are ready to get a new heating and cooling system installed for the spring and summer weather, we can help find a replacement system that is the highest quality for the best price. Contact us today for information!

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Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning - 2019 Presidents AwardWe are 2019 winners of the President’s Award! We are proud of our team at Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning and our positive reputation in the community for more than 30 years. We have won this nationally recognized President’s Award for the 5th time, which means our quality of work and customer service is unparalleled!

Only Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers who sell Carrier products as their primary product are eligible to win this award and in order to meet the standards for excellence, companies eligible for the award need to have demonstrated outstanding service and customer care and have strong leadership. Year round, our team at Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning showcases their knowledge and expertise of Carrier products and systems as well as industry trends in order to provide the best of the best for each customer.

We are honored to have met and exceeded expectations for comfort, quality, and performance in our local area and are thankful to our customers that help make this award possible. Whether you’re looking for a full furnace or air conditioner replacement this spring, or you need repairs or preventative maintenance completed on your system, call us today for an appointment. Our service, experience, and attention to detail is what customers trust about us and we invite you to experience this yourself!

 

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