Affordable Heating Salem is your 1st source for Heating and Cooling Products. Customer satisfaction comes initially and we like to guarantee that your family is comfortable inside regardless of what the weather is outside. Our goal is to supply good goods and service at a competitive cost to satisfy the demands of every customer. We sell American Standard brand heating and Air Conditioning goods but we function on many makes and models of equipment in order to satisfy your requirements.Affordable Heating Salem specializes in residential and commercial HVAC services and is committed to marketing and servicing the highest standard products available.Be certain to provide us a call at 503-362-7644.
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Mini-Split Heat Pumps
Mini-split heat pumps make for great retrofit options for houses with non-ducted heating systems. They are also a good choice for room additions where expanding existing ductwork or adding additional ducting isn't an option.Fireplace Fireplaces are a great way to provide a backup heat source in the event of a power outage. Not only do they provide heat (to one room or a whole home), but the esthetic value of a fireplace can enhance the value of your home as well as the comfort.
Heat Pump Water Heaters
Provides the same hot water recovery as a traditional 50 gallon standard electric tank water heater. Can reduce water heater operating costs up to 62%. Heat Pump Water Heaters are a new technology and are now available.
On-Demand Water Heater
Traditional water heaters maintain a fixed volume of water and keep it hot, ready for your use. But keeping water maintained at 120° or more can take a lot of energy. An on-demand water heater heats the water you use as you use it, avoiding wasted energy.
Gas Water Heater
Based on the average fuel costs, gas heaters cost roughly half as much to run as electric models. If you don't have gas running to your home already, factor in the cost of having a gas line and propane tank installed.
New Installations: Whether you are building a new house, building an addition to your existing house or if your home doesn’t currently have a heating an air conditioning system, we can tailor a solution to fit your needs.
Start-Ups: Once we complete the installation of a new system we assign a service technician to do the start up. Many HVAC companies allow their installation teams to do the start up. We strongly believe that a service technician is best qualified to perform the start up during which he can also inspect the entire installation.
Repair & Replacement: Our service technicians are highly skilled and know how to correctly troubleshoot your heating and air conditioning system. They aren’t paid commissions so your best interests are their only motivation. If a major repair is needed, we will give you all of the available options so that you can decide whether it is in your best interest to repair the equipment.If your system is in need of replacement or if it is old and inefficient and you want to replace it before something happens we will be happy to give you an estimate. If you have more than one company come out to your house you’ll notice how much longer we take than other companies gathering information examining your home and your existing system. It’s important for us to look at your duct system, your existing electrical and wiring and any other problems that might exist. A system can only be efficient and perform the way it was designed to if it is installed properly
Preventative Maintenance: Your systems Fall and Spring check-ups are important not only to maintain the energy efficiency of your equipment and prevent equipment failures, but also to make sure your equipment is operating safely so your family has peace of mind.City Public Service recommends having only a licensed professional contractor clean the air conditioner in the summer and perform regular maintenance on the furnace during the fall - every year. They agree maintenance will help keep your utility bill low and reduces the number of breakdowns.
The EPA Says: Dirt and neglect are the #1 causes of heating and cooling system failure. One of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems and unwanted costs is proper maintenance. Keep your heating and cooling systems at peak performance by 1. cleaning or replacing the air filter about once a month, and 2. having a contractor do annual pre-season check-ups. Contractors get busy during summer and winter months, so it’s best to check the cooling system in the spring and the heating system in the fall.
Tax Credits IRS 2011
Tax Credit Extension
As part of the recently passed tax bill, the 25C tax extension for residential high efficiency property has been extended for one year. The maximum tax credit that can be claimed has been reduced from $1500 to $500 for 2011. In addition, the 2011 tax credits have placed maximum amounts that can be claimed for the various components of the HVAC system, such as a $150 maximum tax credit for a 95% gas furnace and $300 for an air conditioner or heat pump. These component maximum amounts are additive to the $500 maximum lifetime tax credit.Most of the HVAC qualifying efficiency levels have remained the same. The only exceptions are boilers and oil furnaces, where the qualifying efficiency has been increased from 90 AFUE to 95 AFUE. The following chart summarizes the difference between the 2009-10 tax credits and the newly passed 2011 tax credits. Changes in the tax credits for 2011 are highlighted in red