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610 NE Sundance Ct , Hillsboro- 1671
Oregon , United States  United States
(+1) 503 356-8686 http://www.faithheating.com
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Today (Monday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Faith Heating and Air Conditioning - Hillsboro

Faith Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. was established in April 1999 as a full service Heating & Air Conditioning sales and service business. Service is the key element of our business. We keep totally equipped vans to supply onsite service whenever and wherever it is actually needed. Our firm specializing in designing and installing complete systems for owners of existing homes and buildings just like you. We focus on delivering you the best. We take our responsibility very seriously when you put your trust in us. We always pledge to tell you upfront what your cost will be to complete your job properly.

The name of our firm originates from our belief in Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior.Faith Heating & Air skilled technicians have the necessary personnel, training, expertise, and instrumentation to offer the following building services:Air Distribution,Sound & Vibration Testing,Verification of Control System,Air duct cleaning,Fuel Piping,HVAC System Installation.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Other HVAC Services : AC Installation, Air Distribution, Air duct cleaning

Service Type : No,All customers come to the business location

HVAC Services

Total System Balance is the process of testing, adjusting, and balancing HVAC systems according to design intent. It requires the proper use of instrumentation, the skillful evaluation of readings, and the ability to adjust systems to meet the design criteria. Faith Heating & Air skilled technicians possess the applied knowledge, accurate instrumentation, and extensive field experience necessary to balance all system components for optimal performance.
Faith Heating & Air skilled technicians have the required personnel, training, expertise, and instrumentation to provide the following building services:Our service department provides full HVAC system inspection of furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, water heaters and ventilation systems with a detailed report when you buy or sell a property.Check the air filter in your furnace or fan coil every 3 to 4 weeks. A dirty filter will cause excessive strain on your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump. Replace your filter when necessary, or clean it if you have the reusable type. (If you have a reusable filter, make sure it’s completely dry before you re-install it.) The prefilter and collection cells of an electronic air cleaner should be cleaned at least two or three times per year.
Clean dust off of your indoor coil. With a vacuum cleaner and soft-brush attachment, you can remove any dust from the top and underside of the coil. Make sure you only do this when the coil is dry. If you can’t get the coil clean this way, call your dealer for service.Routine MaintenanceKeep your outdoor condensing unit free of debris. If you keep grass clippings, leaves, shrubbery and debris away from your outdoor unit, it should only require minimal care to operate properly. Check the base pan (under the unit) occasionally and remove debris, to help the unit drain correctly.
If the outdoor coil becomes dirty, use a brush or a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to clean the surface. To clean dirt that is deep in the coil, contact your dealer.Take special care of outdoor condensing units in ocean environments. If your unit is located near a sea coast, you can help preserve its optimal condition with a little extra care. Ocean mist and sea breezes carry salt, which is corrosive to most metals. Although new Comfortmaker units are made out of galvanized metal and are protected by top-grade paint, you can add life to your unit by washing all exposed surfaces and the coil approximately every three months. (Ask your installing contractor about the appropriate interval in your area.)
Make sure your outdoor unit stays in a level position. If the support for your split-system outdoor unit shifts or settles and the unit is no longer level, re-level it promptly to make sure moisture drains properly out of the unit. If you notice that water or ice collects beneath the unit, arrange for it to be drained away from the equipment.
Inspect your furnace’s combustion area and vent system before each heating season. If you find dirt, soot or rust, your system may not operate properly or at its peak efficiency. Call Faith Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. and do not operate your furnace until it is professionally inspected and/or repaired.
Clean your humidifier at the beginning of every heating season. Review your owner’s manual for the proper procedure to clean the external and internal components of your unit. The evaporator pad should also be replaced before each heating season. If the water in your area is hard or has high mineral content, you may need to clean or service your humidifier more frequently.
Clean the core and air filters on a ventilator at least every three months. You can vacuum the core of an energy recovery ventilator as long as it is dry and the outdoor temperature is between 60 F (16 C) and 75 F (24 C). Heat recovery ventilator cores can be soaked for three hours in a solution of warm water and mild soap and then rinsed. Ventilator air filters are washable: just use a vacuum to remove the heaviest accumulation of dust and then wash them in lukewarm water. Replace them after they are completely dry.
Check disconnect switches (indoor and outdoor if you have a split system). Make sure that circuit breakers are ON or that fuses have not blown.Check for sufficient airflow. Make sure air filters are clean and that supply-air and return-air grilles are open and unobstructed.Check the settings on your thermostat. If you want cooling, make sure the temperature control selector is set below room temperature and the SYSTEM switch is on the COOL or AUTO position. If you want heat, make sure the temperature control selector is set above room temperature and the SYSTEM switch is at HEAT or AUTO. The FAN switch should be set at ON for continuous blower operation or AUTO if you want the blower to function only while the unit is operating.
In addition to the routine maintenance you perform, your home comfort system should be inspected at least once a year by a properly trained service technician. Our company will make sure your system operates safely and gives you the best performance at the lowest cost. You may also want to ask us about an economical service contract that covers seasonal inspections for a flat fee.

Additional Information

The Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A) describes the air in our HOMES and businesses as MORE POLLUTED THAN THE AIR OUTDOORS!! Our INDOOR AIR QUALITY is generally three times worse than outside air. In some cases, much worse!Indoor air quality is inaccurately referred to as “dust”. Certainly dust particles are part of the air pollution we filter with our lungs. In fact, particles of dust, pollen and dander amount to about 35% of the air contaminants that cause allergies according to the Center for Disease Control.
Indoor air quality is subject to the products of our industrialized society. These include the “V.O.C.’s” or volatile organic compounds exuded or “off-gasing” from the materials with which we surround ourselves. These include those created by commonly used household cleaning products, carpets, and furniture. We also bring them in via dry cleaning for instance, where known carcinogens and behavior-altering compounds in vapor form invade our households and workplaces. V.O.C.’s amount to about 31% of the allergy causing air contaminants.
Indoor air quality is subject to biological influences. Living organisms such as bacteria, fungi, mold spores and viruses are in the air. Air-borne viral and bacterial infections are commonplace and can spread easily given the right circumstances. These “bioaerosols” amount to about 34% of allergy causing air contaminants that causes allergies.
Increased need for energy conservation and lower utility costs are making “zone control” of your comfort system more important than ever before.Why heat or cool areas you are not occupying? Why put conditioned air you have paid for in an area of your home or business not re- querying it, Why pay higher utility costs than necessary,Zoning is here to stay. People like control. There is no longer an excuse to have a “too hot upstairs” and a “too cool downstairs”.Faith Heating & Air Conditioning can balance your home or business. That is, thermo- stats in each zone needing independent control.

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