Climate Control, Inc.
Climate Control, established in 1989, focuses in the add-on, replacement and HVAC service business in both the residential and commercial marketplace. The company grew out of a vision of the owners to focus on the service and add-on replacement business.
Mark Powel, Climate Control Inc’s founder, previous HVAC service experience was commercial only but saw an opportunity in the residential add-on, replacement and service business that was under served.
“HVAC Jack and crew bringing comfort to you.”
We proudly offer full service, from installation to repair or replacement, of the following:
- Air Ducts
- Central Air Conditioning
- Ductless HVAC Systems
- Heat Pumps
- Home Automation
- Indoor Air Quality
- Water Heaters
- Zone Control Systems
What Sets Us Apart
At Climate Control, Inc. we aim to operate as a team to insure that our clients are treated fairly and honestly so we can achieve our core values and mission.
Providing our team with the skills and values to achieve a high level of client satisfaction and to drive our referral based business forward.
To respond to our client’s needs in a prompt and courteous manner.
To provide high quality services, achieved through the use of continuing education for all technicians and company staff. All installation and service technicians are N.A.T.E. certified.
What Our Customers Have To Say
AC Replacement in Beaverton OR, 97005
“Steve was friendly and efficient and even explained the operation of the inducer”
AC Maintenance in Portland, OR 97035
“Tech came early, was pleasant and quick.”
Water Heater Maintenance in Tualatin, OR 97062
“Top notch technicians friendly knowledgeable and people you can trust to do as good a job as I would do myself, great company solid stable and secure I have no reason to look for a different company will be with these guys for the long term”
– Michael F.
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When an air conditioner (AC) turns on and off in rather quick successions, without running for longer periods, this is called short cycling. It’s fairly common, but when it happens it means there’s something wrong with the AC. Do not leave these occurrences alone. They will increase your energy costs, usually indicate a larger problem, and could lead to permanent damage of your unit, thus requiring a costly replacement. Short cycling also shortens your AC’s life span. Call a professional technician and have your unit inspected. Any one of our experts at Climate Control can diagnose and repair this issue for you. Don’t delay. Call us today so we can get your AC back to its most efficient state for you.
While there are many possible reasons for short cycling, here are a few of the most common ones and what can be done to fix them.
The coolant that flows through your system, helping to absorb heat and cool down the air inside your home, is called refrigerant. You may know it by its brand name of Freon®. When your refrigerant is low, the needed compressor-pressure levels are affected. This triggers your compressor’s low pressure control, shutting off your compressor. When the pressure rises and triggers your AC to restart, this causes the short cycling. If your refrigerant level is low, this indicates your have a leak, as refrigerant is cycled throughout the compressor, not burned off. Low refrigerant can also cause frozen coils. A professional technician can find your leak and prevent any further issues or damage.
Your thermostat acts as the sensor for your AC, telling it when to cool your home. If its location is not optimal, such as near a window or too close to a vent, your thermostat will be sending misleading information to your AC. Suppose your thermostat is in the direct line of a vent’s airflow. This will cause the thermostat to think it’s cooler in your home than it really is, and your AC will shut off thinking it’s reached its desired temperature. Since the cool air is no longer flowing through the vent, the thermostat realizes your home is actually still too warm and triggers your AC to start up again. This is short cycling. Be sure your thermostat is located in a central location away from direct sunlight and vents.
Dirty Air Filter
Dirty air filters are one of the most common and easily remedied problems with ACs we see here in Oregon. The dirty filters restrict airflow, which in turn causes so many problems, one of them being a frozen coil. This can cause your AC to malfunction and short cycle. Be sure to change your filters regularly to avoid any issues.
An AC unit that’s too large for your home short cycles, because it cools your home too rapidly while it doesn’t dehumidify it properly. So it’ll shut down and start up frequently. You’ll more than likely also find that your home has hot and cold spots, and you’ll experience higher energy bills. If your AC is newly installed, talk to the technicians who installed it to see what they can do to help you. Call one of our qualified technicians to do a Manual J heat load calculation to determine the proper-sized unit for your home.
Short cycling causes a whole host of problems with your AC, so if you notice your AC doing this, call one of our Climate Control technicians to assess the situation. You want your AC to cool efficiently and to last for years to come. Short cycling will short change you.
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We service and repair all makes and models. We service Tigard, Beaverton, the Greater Portland area and surrounding communities. If you need air conditioning or furnace service for residential or commercial buildings, please call us today or request service online. If you need home automation or service on water heaters or heat pumps or commercial maintenance, please call us today.