Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling


Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling
Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling is listed in the Furnace Repair category in Clackamas, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Service Now Inc. Heating & Cooling offers Furnace Repair services in Clackamas OR.

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Extreme weather calls for extreme measures. Just ferried one our technicians to the top of the west hills for a furnace repair.

Here is a video of a new installation this week. This is the standard Carrier 13-15 Seer air conditioner that is our most popular model. This is a 24ABB330 unit, it has a decibel rating of 74.

The Hot weather is here! Here are a few tips to try to fix or keep your system running. Keep in mind, AC units in our area are designed to achieve about a 16-20 degree temperature difference between outdoor and indoor temperatures. If its 100 outside and your AC is hitting 80 inside, you are doing ok, DO NOT set the thermostat below 72-75 when the outdoor temp is above 95. 1. Check your air filter! #1 cause of problems, if it is dirty, shut off the ac for a few hours (ice will have accumulated on your indoor coil and will need to defrost) change/clean the filter and start the unit up again. 2. Check the circuit breaker in case it tripped. 3. Wash down the outdoor unit (with it off) with a light spray from a garden hose, or you can lightly brush it if there is debris on the outdoor coil. 4. Make sure all the registers are open and return air grill is not blocked by anything.

With all this hot weather, a common question we have been asked is why R-22 refrigerant is so expensive these days. Our pricing is by the pound and includes the labor and equipment to install it. Here is a good article from Angie's List that helps explain the costs.
Why is the price of R-22 refrigerant, also known as Freon, going up? Angie Hicks explains that due to its eventual phaseout, the price of R-22 is skyrocketing.