Home is where you can relax and be yourself. It’s your oasis, so keeping temperatures as comfortable as possible is key. What about your commercial building at work? This is somewhere that you likely spend a lot of time. Our Pacific Northwest fall and winter seasons can bring a mixed bag of weather, and the last thing you need is a heating/cooling system that is not reliable. Wondering when you need to replace it and how you’ll pay for it? Here are some helpful tips on planning ahead for a full system replacement.

Tip #1: Determine what you need.
There are several different options when it comes to your heating and cooling system. Maybe a gas furnace is the best option. Or perhaps a ductless heating and cooling system would work well for your home and its unique layout. Whatever it is, do some research on what your options are and talk to us about what could work. Our experienced team of heating and cooling professionals will help you determine the type of system you need and what size is best. And most importantly, we will work to find something within your budget.

Tip #2: Know when it’s time to replace it.
Is your heating and cooling system at least 15 to 20 years old? If it’s been around for this long, chances are, it’s not running at peak efficiency. That means you are using more energy than is necessary and your utility bill will be higher. Not to mention, older systems are more prone to unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. Continual repairs will cost money that you could be putting toward a new, reliable system.

Tip #3: Know what it costs.
Our team at Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning recognizes that your home or commercial building’s heating and cooling system is a big investment. We happily work within your specified budget to provide different system options. We want to see you comfortable for years to come with a reliable system. We offer different financing options to help ease the cost of a new system. And right now, you can save up to $1650 on qualified Carrier systems with our current promotion!  We will work with you to get you a new system that will keep you comfortable for many years!

Getting a new heating and cooling system is exciting!  For over three decades, we have been helping local homes and businesses get the systems they need at the prices they can afford.  We have won the Carrier President’s Award multiple times and we’re standing by to help! Contact our award-winning team for more details on systems and financing options!

 

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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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Oregon is seeing record temperatures this summer with days on end of days that are over 90 degrees. That means that your air conditioner has a big job to do and you will need to do what you can to take good care of it so it continues to work well. Here are some tips on how to take care of your AC system.

#1: Don’t neglect your air filters.
A lot of homeowners forget about the HVAC air filters in their homes, but they play a key role in how your air conditioning functions during the peak of the season. Check the filters every one to two months to make sure they are cleaned and free of dirt, debris, and dust buildup. If you see a lot of this, change it or clean it entirely. Clogged, dirty filters make your HVAC system work harder than it must, and you will likely see an increase in your energy bill, too. Dirty filters also spread harmful air pollutants, bacteria, and other allergens by putting them back into the air you breathe.

#2: Don’t forget about the outdoor unit.
It’s tempting to sit right in front of the air conditioner vents to stay cool on these scorching days but remember to venture outside and check the outdoor unit regularly. Make sure there are no tree branches, leaves, grass clippings, or other plant debris or buildup around the outdoor unit. In addition, rinse off the top of the unit to make sure there is no additional debris there. Check to make sure the outdoor unit is level if it’s sitting on a cement pad and clear a couple of feet of space around the unit to make sure optimal air flow is achieved.

#3: Stay on top of preventative maintenance.
Be sure to have your HVAC system checked by our team of professionals at Hybrid Heating & Air Conditioning at least one time per year. We will be able to look first hand at your machine to make sure there are no hidden issues that could cause an unexpected breakdown. These breakdowns can be expensive and incredibly inconvenient, so making sure your maintenance appointments are scheduled means that you will reduce the risk of having any problems creep up. We will also clean the filters, make sure the machine is working with maximum energy efficiency, and answer any other questions you may have.

Our team of HVAC professionals bring years of hands-on expertise helping residential and commercial customers alike getting their air conditioning systems working at their peak! Contact us today to help you maintain, install, or repair a variety of HVAC equipment.

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