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Why Choose a NATE-Certified Oregon HVAC Company?

Whether you own a home or business in Portland or Beaverton, it’s essential to choose a dependable technician for all your HVAC installation and repair needs. One way to guarantee worry-free results is to work with a NATE-certified HVAC contractor. North American Technician Excellence (NATE), is an independent organization that certifies technicians in the HVAC […]

Is Your Commercial HVAC System Leaking Refrigerant?

As a business owner, it’s imperative to have a well-functioning commercial HVAC unit. Responsible for regulating all indoor building climate, a properly maintained HVAC unit will guarantee comfortable temperatures for your clients and employees. It will also improve air quality throughout your building, and ultimately save your business from costly repairs. Our contractors in the […]

What’s the Difference Between Single-Stage & Two-Stage Furnaces?

With our Portland and Vancouver winter on the horizon, this is the perfect time to consider your current home heating and cooling system. If you find yourself wearing extra layers of clothing, or covering yourself up with blankets in the evening to stay warm, then it might be time to upgrade your single-stage furnace to […]

5 Commercial HVAC Maintenance Tips for Portland Business Owners

As any HVAC professional will tell you, commercial heating and cooling systems are complex machines. They require regular maintenance to keep them running smoothly and efficiently. With winter right around the corner, it’s essential to have your HVAC system running in top condition to ensure proper temperatures in your building and to help keep energy […]

3 Ways HVAC Systems Reduce Humidity & Protect Hardwood Floors

During our fall and winter months, as temperatures drop and the rain returns, maintaining your hardwood floors can become a challenge.  Humidity can adversely affect natural wood, and leave your flooring damaged and in need of repair or replacement. At AAA Heating and Cooling, our qualified HVAC contractors in Beaverton and Portland provide both services […]

Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

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Baby, it’s cold outside and the situation indoors isn’t much better. It isn’t normal to feel cold air from a furnace. When you do, the cause may be a simple fix or an issue that requires expert help. Before you call an HVAC expert and ask, “Why is the air from my furnace cold?” try […]

What Do HVAC Heating & Cooling Efficiency Ratings Mean?

HVAC energy efficiency ratings are designed to inform consumers of each system’s efficiency. When your residential HVAC unit runs effectively you can expect reduced energy costs, while keeping your home comfortable no matter what the temperature is outside. We are here to help our residential and commercial clients in the Portland, Beaverton, and Vancouver areas […]

Should I Run the HVAC Blower Fan or AC When I’m Not Home?

As summer temperatures rise across the Portland Metro and Vancouver areas, everyone wants to come home to a cool, climate-controlled house, without elevated utility costs. What’s the best solution to beat the heat, without breaking the bank? Our Portland and Beaverton residential HVAC installers at AAA Heating and Cooling have the answers! What Should You […]

AAA Heating and Cooling Announces Opening of New Beaverton Location

After serving the Portland Metro area for over 50 years, AAA Heating and Cooling expands and brings their HVAC expertise to Beaverton. This new location will allow the HVAC contractor to assist even more clients in the Metro area, both residential and commercial. This is welcome news for the ever-growing city of Beaverton. “We are […]

June HVAC Tips for Portland Homeowners

Every month, there are things you can do to make sure your HVAC system runs at peak performance. Our thorough June HVAC maintenance tips will help you care for your cooling system. Work through the list below to keep your air conditioner or heat pump performing optimally to avoid an increase in your power bill. […]