Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning has been proud to provide the home and business owners of Portland with solutions to all of their HVAC needs.
Air Conditioning and Cooling
The experts at Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning install and service all types of air conditioning systems in Portland, OR. Whether you are looking to purchase your first AC system or upgrade your current air conditioner to a more efficient unit that can save money on energy bills, we can help you determine what’s right for your needs and budget.
If you are happy with your current system be sure to keep it running at optimal performance with regular AC maintenance. It’s easy to forget that your air conditioner needs attention, until it’s too late. Regular air conditioning maintenance prolongs the life of your AC unit, saving you money by keeping your energy costs low and repair costs to a minimum.
Do you have a new air conditioner? Even new AC units benefit from regular maintenance, which keeps them running efficiently and saves you money. Is your air conditioner not running as well as it should be? Contact Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning. We are fully equipped to fix and service any air conditioner problems in Portland, OR.
Furnaces and Heating
Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning technicians are experienced with heating and furnace systems in Portland, OR. Are you looking to purchase a new furnace or upgrade your current heating system to run more efficiently? We can determine which furnace is right for your home. This is very important, as a furnace that is too small or too large won’t operate at an efficient level, placing extra strain on the unit and costing you money!
When was the last time you had your furnace checked? The most likely answers are “Never” or “I don't remember.” Furnace maintenance is easy to forget about, until you discover that your furnace has stopped working properly and your home or business isn’t as comfortable as it should be. Contact Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning and request an appointment to have us check and service your furnace.
Manufacturers across the country require yearly maintenance on your unit, and if you don’t have maintenance performed once a year, the manufacturer can deny warranty.
Do you have a new furnace? Even new furnaces benefit from regular maintenance, which keeps them running efficiently and saves you money.
Has your furnace stopped working properly? Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning is equipped to take care of any furnace service repair you need in Portland, OR.
Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning has years of experience installing and maintaining heat pumps in Portland, OR. Heat pumps are a smart choice when it comes to your home’s comfort. They can be more energy efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems and can bring your energy bills down.
As with any other aspect of HVAC systems, heat pump maintenance is an important way to keep your system running optimally. Don’t wait until something isn’t working properly to have your heat pump checked!
Is your heat pump not working as well as it should? Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning has the technicians and experience needed to get your heat pump back in working order in Portland, OR.
Indoor Air Quality
Between work and home life, the average person spends about 90% of their time indoors! Indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside air. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency ranked indoor air quality as a top 5 environmental danger.
A well-insulated home can help with your energy bills by keeping a constant temperature, but that also leads to the same air being recycled through your home each time you run your air conditioner or furnace. Be sure you have proper filtration in place to prevent allergens and bacteria from circulating around your air.
Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning can help you breathe easy. Call us today at 503-233-1779 and we can put together a plan for your home!
According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Star program, leaky ducts in attics or crawlspaces can account for 20% or more of a home’s heating and cooling energy losses. This makes it difficult to keep your house comfortable and can result in higher utility bills. Some signs that you may have leaky ducts include:
- High Summer and Winter utility bills
- Rooms that are difficult to heat and cool
- Stuffy rooms that never seem to feel comfortable
- Ducts are located in an attic, crawlspace, or the garage
- Tangled or kinked flexible ducts in your system
Learn more about how you can detect, prevent, and fix air duct issues with the help of the professionals at Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning. Find out more about duct testing, duct insulation, and duct cleaning and how they relate to and impact indoor air quality.
You should have your ducts cleaned. Over time, dust, mites, bacteria, and other things get sucked into your vents and build up in your ductwork. Imagine all the years of dust in your house getting blown around into the air you breathe. The professionals at Ben's Heating & Air Conditioning will clean up your ductwork, removing obstructions that restrict your airflow and cleaning out any bacteria and dirt that pollute your indoor air.
Portland, OR zip codes include 97086, 97087, 97088, 97089, 97090, 97091, 97092, 97093, 97094, 97095, 97096, 97097, 97098, and 97299.
Gas Furnace Repair in Portland, OR 97229
“Customer service was exceptional, courteous and professional. Jennifer R. was very good at setting up a field service check by a technician to trouble shoot an issue with our 17 year old Trane gas furnace. The response time was timely and ahead of the original estimated time of arrival. We received prompt text and email notifications. The technician Aaron B. was knowledgeable and his trouble shooting of our furnace issue was thorough and pinpointed the problem. There was no pressure to immediately remedy the situation as the current weather conditions were mild enough to allow us to make some important decisions on whether to just replace the failing furnace part or upgrade to a newer more efficient furnace model based on the age of the unit we now have which is nearing the end of its performance life.”
– Craig M.