Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Eugene’

5 Common Issues With Heat Pumps

Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

Heat pumps work much like air conditioners, and they will often run into the same problems that ACs have. They also have a few unique problems because of their ability to work as both heating and cooling systems. Below, we’ve put together a list of five common heat pump problems you might encounter. This will help you recognize them.

No matter the trouble you run into, you can find the heat pump repair in Eugene, OR you need with our team. You can reach us 24-hours a day.

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This Little Sensor Could Be Your Furnace’s Big Problem

Wednesday, December 6th, 2023

Furnaces have a lot of working parts that can run into issues, but sometimes, your furnace shuts down completely—and it’s not the heat exchanger, it’s not the blower motor. Sometimes it’s a small sensor that prevents your furnace from running even if it’s in perfect working order.

This little component is called a flame sensor, and it runs into a problem we see often when we service gas furnaces in Eugene, OR. Your flame sensor gets dirty over time, and enacts a failsafe for the safety of you and your family. Here’s what you need to know about it.

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How Zone Control Helps Your Heating Bill

Wednesday, November 15th, 2023

You turn on your heater, let it flow into every room of your house (even the ones you’re not using right now), and… that’s it. That’s just how it goes. But have you ever stopped to think about how much money that wastes on a daily basis? How much worse is that during really cold days in the dead of winter?

We install zone control systems in Eugene, OR so that homeowners can have more control over how they heat and cool their homes. You can custom tailor your heating and cooling solutions even more than you can right now. If you’ve never heard zone control systems or you’re just wondering how they help with your bills, let us explain.

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3 Odd Reasons Your Furnace Isn’t Starting

Thursday, September 21st, 2023

Your furnace is pretty reliable and powerful. It springs into action every time you need it, but it can run into trouble from time to time. The problems don’t always present in a normal way, though, and it’s important to know what to look for so you can spot those uncommon furnace issues.

While these problems all result in furnace repair in Eugene, OR, it’s good for you to know whether or not the problem you’re facing is a real threat to your furnace, or if it’s just a minor inconvenience. Let’s talk about that.

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The Steps of Air Conditioner Installation You Need to Know

Friday, September 1st, 2023

Your old AC has run its course, served you well, and now it’s time for it to retire. You’re excited about finally getting a new air conditioner with better energy efficiency, one that works better for your home. But there’s just one thing: you don’t know what to expect during the actual installation.

When you get AC Installation in Eugene, OR, it can feel a bit uneasy or daunting. You’ll have one or more technicians in your home hauling out the old system, putting the new one in, and even though it’s a benefit, it can feel disruptive. Let’s show you what to expect to make installation day a little easier.

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What Counts as an Air Conditioning Emergency?

Thursday, August 24th, 2023

There’s a clear problem with your air conditioner, but is it an emergency? Normally, when you call for air conditioner repair in Eugene, OR, you schedule an appointment. But if it’s an emergency, that goes to the top of the priority list.

So how do you know what it’s an emergency and when it’s just a standard repair call? Let’s help you find out.

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How to Shut Down Your AC Without the Thermostat

Monday, June 12th, 2023

Your thermostat tells your air conditioner when to turn on and off, so when your AC goes rogue and refuses to shut down, what are you supposed to do? Changing the thermostat settings doesn’t seem to do the trick, so what’s the issue?

It could be a lot of things. You’re going to need air conditioning repair to fix the problem, but in the meantime, you have to find a way to power it down so you don’t run up your utility bill. Fortunately, there are two safe options.

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