Heating in Eugene, OR
Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. is your best source in the Springfield/Eugene, OR area for residential heating services: heater repair, heater maintenance, boiler services, furnace services, and more. We’ve served the area since 1978 and are committed to ensuring a 100% satisfaction rate among our customers.
- 100% money-back guarantee on qualifying packages through the first 2 years of a new HVAC system installation
- Install your heating system better than anyone else in the Willamette Valley
- We disclose all costs prior to beginning our work so there are no surprises
We have the best-trained technicians around, and they go through extensive continuing training each year. You’ll have a hard time finding a better local heating contractor, whether you need a heating tune-up through heating system maintenance, fast repairs for heating systems, or anything else to keep your home comfortable.
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We install the top products for your heating. Our installations and other heating services include:
- Heating repair
- Heating maintenance
- Heating installation
- Ductless systems
- Heat pumps
- Commercial heating
Is your house turning into an ice box because your heating system can’t keep up with the winter cold? You’ve got a great heating contractor to back you up: our experts will move fast to take care of any necessary heating repairs.
We want your heating system to perform in peak condition for many years. When you have an Annual Maintenance Membership with us, you’ll get the best on-going tune-ups for your heater (and your AC as well) that will keep away most repairs, ensure high energy efficiency and safety, and give your heating system the longest service life.
When your old furnace, heat pump, or other heating system has run its course, contact Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. in Eugene, OR and we’ll handle a speedy replacement. We look out for your best interests and will never recommend equipment you don’t need.
How can I maximize my comfort and savings?
Answer: Find a comfortable setting for your thermostat and leave it there. Your system will run best if it can maintain a temperature in your home.
How often should I change my systems filter?
Answer: It is recommended to replace your filter(s) every 30-45 days.
How often should I have my system cleaned and inspected?
Answer: All major heating and air conditioning manufacturers suggest having your system cleaned and inspected each year.