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If this Portland winter is going to be anything like last year’s (think: icy conditions and lots and lots of snow!), we need to start preparing for the frigid temperatures. How can you make sure […]
Colder days are coming, which means Portland homeowners will be running their furnaces more often. Referencing Murphy’s Law, if a piece of equipment can break, chances are that if its maintenance isn’t up-to-date, it will. […]
Our first contact was Paul Daugherty, whom we felt we were working with almost as a partner rather than as a salesman. No hard sell, but factual and understandable responses to all our inquiries. Willingness to work with us on some special considerations. Never at any time did we feel we were lacking information or adequate answers to our questions.
We have a unit in one of our businesses that hasn’t been taken care of as well as it should have and Brian C. has worked on it to get it to it’s best potential with the least amount of cost possible. They also do regular maintenance and filter changes for us. We also have had to call them on occasion for emergency repair and they come within a few hours and get things working right away. For my home, they did accidentally put holes in my newly refinished floor. When discovered, they took responsibility on the spot and repaired it with no hassle or difficulty at all.