Portland furnace maintenance

Maintenance can prevent breakdownof equipment in your Portland home

No one likes dealing with an unexpected breakdown of your home’s heating and cooling equipment. It’s stressful having to find a repairman to come out on short notice while your family suffers in a cold house until it’s fixed.

You can decrease the chance of that happening with preventative maintenance checks of all your HVAC equipment.

Midway Heating Company offers tune-ups on furnaces, a/c units, heat pumps and ductless heat pumps so no matter what brands of equipment you have in your Portland home, our NATE certified technicians can service it.

Why HVAC maintenance is important

  • Keeps your equipment running at peak efficiency
  • Repair problems before they become BIG problems
  • Reduce breakdowns by preventing problems before they occur
  • Extend the life of your equipment

Furnace tune-ups for all makes and modelsMaintenance Service

Minimize potential problems by calling today to schedule a tune-up by one of your NATE certified techs.

We can service all your equipment in one visit so if you have a furnace-heat pump combo, we’ll check both.

Oil furnace causing problems?

If your aging oil furnace has broken down again, you may want to think about converting to a gas furnace instead of spending the money to repair it.

Lennox has several models of energy efficient gas furnaces that will save you money and energy. Midway Heating specializes in oil to gas conversions and can tell you about incentives that make it more affordable.

Prepare for winter with furnace tune-up

A furnace tune-up will ensure there are no unpleasant surprises waiting for you when you turn it on for the season.

Having your furnace serviced on a yearly basis will catch issues when they're small and less expensive to fix.

Plus, your furnace will run more efficiently, which will save you money on heating costs.

Regular maintenance includes cleaning and checking the burners, heat exchanger, blower and fan.

Our NATE certified techs have a whole checklist of things so nothing is missed.

Check your A/C in the spring

Make sure you're ready for hot weather by having your A/C checked before summer arrives. A complete check-up includes the following.

  • Clean evaporator and condenser coils
  • Check/inspect the condensate drain
  • Check all controls of the system
  • Check the refrigerant level
  • Clean/adjust the blower components
  • Check or clean the air filter

Heat pumps need tune-ups too

Your heat pump works hard so it also needs a tune-up if you want it to run at maximum efficiency and avoid unexpected breakdowns.

A tune-up includes diagnostic testing to make sure it's running properly as well as checking all the working components.

Important tip-Check filters

Every month or two, you should inspect, clean and/or change air filters in your central air conditioner, furnace and/or heat pump.

A dirty filter increases energy costs and can damage your equipment so doing this can add years to the life of your equipment.

"I wanted to give a shout out to Nate who worked on our furnace over two days. Nate spent long hours working on our system and with his long work hours made sure our furnace was up and running fairly quickly.

Nate was very professional and is a hard worker. I appreciate the extra effort he put in on our furnace."

John

Maintenance prevents problems

Having your home's HVAC equipment serviced on a regular basis can alleviate worries about your heating and cooling system.

  • Gas and electric furnaces
  • Air conditioners
  • Heat pumps
  • Ductless heat pumps

You can count on us to repair your equipment quickly and with as little disruption as possible.

Portland HVAC Maintenance

Work on all makes and models

While we install Lennox equipment, our NATE certified technicians work on all brands.

  • American Standard
  • Bryant
  • Carrier
  • Comfort Maker
  • Goodman
  • Lennox
  • Luxaire
  • Rheem
  • Trane
  • York and more
NATE certified

NATE Certified Technicians

NATE (North American Technician Excellence) is a nationwide certification program for techs in the heating and cooling industry.

NATE is a voluntary program designed to recognize highly skilled HVACR professionals.