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Go Green During Spring Cleaning with Energy-Efficient Residential Gas Furnaces | Portland, OR

Happy Spring, homeowners! Are you one of the many looking for ways to “Go Green” with energy efficient solutions? Here at Jacobs Heating and Air Conditioning, we have a few recommendations for you going into the new season, including using residential gas furnace systems that produces energy savings, reduces greenhouse gasses and decreases utility bills. Here is why […]

Energy-Efficient Solutions for 45° Central in Oregon from Jacob’s HVAC

Jacob’s Heating and Air Conditioning loves when we can help out the community when it comes to being more green and more efficient. Most recently we traveled over to Beaverton to work on a new apartment complex in need of our expert advice and services!

Using Our Expertise to Help 45° Central!

We here at Jacob’s HVAC […]

Easy Methods of Air For Filtering and Ventilation in Portland, OR from Jacob’s HVAC

Did you know that the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that 60 million U.S. citizens are burdened with asthma and allergies? With one in five Americans affected, it’s more important than ever to make indoor spaces safe and healthy! However, with springtime   comes an influx of pollen and pathogens that could put your […]

How to Stay Warm all Winter by Servicing or Replacing Your Furnace | Portland, OR

As winter months approach, local homeowners are searching for cost-effective, practical solutions to keep their homes warm. We’ve compiled our experts’ advice for homeowners looking to keep the cold out of their homes during the winter:

Don’t forget your furnace tune up! Furnaces are oftentimes tied to air conditioning units, which means homeowners should have their […]

Beat the Heat, Service or Repair Air Conditioning Units in Portland, OR with Jacob’s HVAC

Portland, OR (June 19, 2014) As temperatures rise and the days grow longer, homeowners are looking for ways to easily and more efficiently cool their homes during the summer months. To help, Jacobs Heating and Air Conditioning, a Portland HVAC company, recommends servicing or replacing air conditioning units at the start of the season to maximize […]

Easy Ways Air For Filtering and Ventilation in Portland, OR from Jacob’s HVAC

Portland, OR (April 23, 2014) Springtime brings along an influx of pollen and pathogens that put homes and offices at risk of generating health issues. Jacobs Heating and Air Conditioning offers solutions that provide homes with clean, pure air, ensuring that families can breathe safely. By merging top-tier efficiency, advanced technology, and over 60 years of […]

No ductwork? No problem for Jacobs & Daikin.

from: PGE ENERGIZE spring 2012 newsletter

Ductless Heat Pump Provides Affordable Solution to Satisfied Jacobs customer

Walt and Gretchen Hollands put up with electric baseboard heat in their southwest Portland home for a long time. Too long.

“The baseboard heaters did not provide even heat, and they were very expensive to run,” explains Walt, who has lived in […]

Residential New Construction permits up

May 24, 2012

www.Oregonlive.com

Portland-area homebuilders are well on their way to their most productive year since 2008.

Metro builders pulled permits for 382 single-family homes in April, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s the most of any month in two years, and the strongest April since 2008. The homes permitted in April, […]

Jacobs Installs Ultra Efficient Heat Pump in SE PDX

The Cyrk building at Southeast Clinton and 20th streets in Portland is a model of sustainable features: The roof will sport solar panels for electricity and water heating, and the indoor temperature will be controlled with an underground water-source heat pump. Altogether, the project is on course to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design […]

Code Supports Builders Using Passive Standard

By Lee Van Der Voo, Sustainable Business Oregon

Supports of the passive trend achieved a landmark in Oregon this month when a committee charged with drafting the state’s building code adopted a standard recognizing passive house construction.

The Oregon Reach Code Committee, a group that develops Oregon’s building code three years in advance of its implementation, adopted […]