Winters in the Pacific Northwest can be erratic—temperate one day, freezing cold the next. Is your home’s heating system ready to face the challenge of keeping you comfortable when the weather gets seasonal? If it’s time for a heater replacement, L & J Heating & Cooling is just a phone call away.
We handle new heating system installations for homeowners throughout Oregon City, Clackamas County, and Beavercreek, OR, handling the process from start to finish. We can assess the demands of your heater to make sure you’re getting the right replacement for your home.
Signs You Need a New Heater
Most homeowners don’t realize they need a new heater until the one they have is on its last legs. Thankfully, there are signs you can watch out for to let you know it might be time to start thinking about a replacement.
- Frequent cycling during peak winter months
- Consistent pilot light and flame sensor issues
- Squeaking or squealing blower motor
- Increased utility costs associated with heating
- The presence of carbon monoxide (sets off alarm)
Age is also a major factor for heaters. If yours is over a decade old, it might not be serving you as efficiently as it once did.
Trusted Name Brand Heaters
Has the time come to replace your heater? Make sure you’re getting the best value from a name-brand unit. We recommend American Standard and Ameristar to all our Oregon City, OR customers. Not only are these brands proven to provide exceptional value, they’re also backed by amazing warranties and superior customer service. Let us help you find the right model for your home and budget.
Turn Up the Thermostat
When the weather outside gets frightful, make sure your home’s interior is delightful! Call L & J Heating & Cooling and have one of our talented HVAC technicians examine your heater and handle a new heating system installation. We’ll tell you if it’s time for a heater replacement or upgrade, and make sure you get the best option for your home. Contact us today at 971-208-7808 or check out some of our other heating services for pumps and furnaces.