Affordable Heating and Cooling Installation
There are many benefits to replacing an old and worn-out heater or air conditioner. Older systems often aren’t operating as efficiently as they used to, and they can end up wasting a lot of your money. At Northwest HVAC Heating & Cooling, we can help you to find a replacement unit that’s the right size for your Washougal home and within your budget. We can show you how to calculate the savings that an energy-efficient unit could provide over the course of its life expectancy. That way, you can make educated decisions on how to proceed.
A new HVAC system can end up being a great long-term investment in your property. We want to keep our installation services as accessible as possible, so we offer flexible financing options on approved credit. We’ll install your new unit using high-quality parts and materials and make sure that it’s operating perfectly. You’ll also receive training on how to take advantage of the various features of your new system.
Benefits of Annual HVAC Maintenance
Technicians from Northwest HVAC Heating & Cooling can maintain all types of heaters and air conditioners in Washougal throughout their entire lifespan. We offer maintenance plans that can save our customers a lot of money in the long run. Our goal is to get your heater and air conditioner running as efficiently as possible so that we can minimize your energy bills. As part of every tune-up we perform, we’ll check your system for hidden problems. Catching and resolving minor issues before they develop into anything more serious in the future can save you a lot of money and stress.
Our technicians will also clean out the internal components of your system in order to optimize energy transfer. We’ll test all the safety systems and clean and tighten electrical connections. To help reduce wear and tear on the components of your equipment, we’ll lubricate any motors and other moving parts. Our technicians will give you a written report explaining everything that they did to your HVAC system. We’ll take the time to answer any of your questions about the state of your unit.