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Smoky Bend Oregon Air Quality? Use These HVAC Tips

Smoky Bend Oregon Air Quality? Use These HVAC Tips

Every summer through late fall in Central Oregon, wildfire smoke impacts Bend Oregon air quality for weeks or months. Improving your indoor air quality ahead of time means taking these steps to optimize your heating and cooling systems. Whether you have an existing...

Service Your AC Unit Before The Bend Oregon Summer Rush

Service Your AC Unit Before The Bend Oregon Summer Rush

Temperatures have climbed to record-shattering highs for Bend Oregon summer. If the 100+ degree days continue, is your air conditioning unit or mini-split up to speed?  Most heating and cooling companies in Bend experience a months-long backlog for appointments....

The Multi-Zone Heat Pump: Perfect For Large Spaces

The Multi-Zone Heat Pump: Perfect For Large Spaces

The ductless heat pump is one of the most important innovations in HVAC in recent years. Ductless heat pumps are a highly cost-effective solution for heating or cooling your home. Ductless systems, also known as mini-splits, eliminate the need for ductwork, run...

Preparing Your HVAC Unit For A Dry, Cold Bend Oregon Winter

Preparing Your HVAC Unit For A Dry, Cold Bend Oregon Winter

As we head into the winter months, maintenance is key to preventing your HVAC unit from breaking down during a Bend, Oregon winter. A snowstorm is certainly no time to be calling in for heating repairs! Is your system ready to take on the chill? Prepare your HVAC unit...

Considerations When Choosing A Carrier Heat Pump

Considerations When Choosing A Carrier Heat Pump

When choosing a heat pump, it's essential to know how its size, energy consumption, and fit with ductwork will affect its performance. Carrier heat pumps are among the most energy-efficient options available. If you are purchasing a new unit from Carrier, these tips...

How To Fix Furnace Lockout (And Its Common Causes) 

How To Fix Furnace Lockout (And Its Common Causes) 

A common customer experience for homeowners is dealing with furnace lockout. Furnaces have an inbuilt sensor that detects potential problems or safety issues. When a problem triggers the sensor, the furnace will activate a kill switch to the power, causing a furnace lockout.