Oil to Electric Conversion Oregon City – Oil to Electric Conversion West Linn

Problems with your oil furnace?
Ben’s Heating has the solution – an oil to electric conversion.

oil-to-electric-coversion-oregon-cityIf you have an oil furnace that’s prone to breakdowns and natural gas isn’t available in your Oregon City OR neighborhood, we suggest converting to an electric heat pump and air handler. Heat pumps are extremely energy efficient and provide heating and cooling in 1 unit so not only will it keep you warm in the winter but you’ll be cool in the summer.

Saving energy = saving money

As a factory authorized Bryant dealer, we offer heat pumps and air handlers from Bryant’s Evolution, Preferred and Legacy lines. While the 3 lines offer differing levels of energy efficiency and comfort, they all would be more efficient than an oil furnace that’s 10 years old (or older). The bottom line is that an energy efficient heat pump is going to use less energy and that translates into lower monthly utility bills.

Free estimates on new installs

Since 1989, Ben’s Heating has been helping Oregon City area homeowners with their heating and cooling systems so we know what we’re doing when it comes to conversions. In fact, our customers usually comment on how easy the process was and wished they had done it sooner. We offer free estimates on new installs so call or contact us to schedule your appointment to discuss an oil to electric conversion.

Heat pump and air handler combo is great for your Oregon City OR home
Reasons to convert to electric heat pump

  • oil-to-electric-gets-two-thumbs-upEnergy efficient so you’ll save money
  • Provides heating and cooling
  • Delivers constant, even temperatures
  • Quiet operation
  • Improves the air quality in your home

Quiet as a mouse

Heat pumps are paired with an air handler, which moves the air around your home. Homeowners who switch from an oil furnace are often surprised at how quiet it is as there’s no loud noise when it starts up. Instead, it ramps up gradually at the beginning and ending of a cycle. You can also put it in a continuous fan mode which again, is very quiet. In this mode, it recycles the conditioned air constantly so it helps reduce any temperature differences between individual rooms as well as cold spots from floor to ceiling.

Equipment installation by NATE certified Technicians

nate-logoWith our Nate certified technicians on the job, installation is a breeze. We’ll schedule a day and time that works for you to remove your old oil furnace and install the new equipment. Any permits needed will be taken care of by our staff. Once your new heat pump and air handler is installed, our techs will run tests and diagnostics to calibrate it for the most efficient performance. Before you know it, you and your family will be enjoying your new heating and cooling system.

Service Areas:
West Linn, Oregon City, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, and Portland Metro Area including Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, King City, Woodburn, Troutdale, Happy Valley and Sandy