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HEATING & COOLING

Learn about the heating and cooling services provided at Climate Control, Inc. Find out more and stay comfortable all year long!

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Maintenance Service

MAINTENANCE

Regular maintenance now can save you significant time and money in the future. Learn more about Climate Control, Inc.’s maintenance services.

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Ductless Service

DUCTLESS SYSTEMS

Ductless systems provide a flexible, convenient advantages for your heating and cooling needs. Learn more about our ductless services.

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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 Powell, 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.

Today Climate Control is a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, meaning we are being held to an exacting set of standards.
Among other things we participate in extensive factory training on technical aspects of equipment installation, maintenance and repair, identify and recommend solutions that provide excellent comfort and value specific to your needs and incorporate Carrier products that are energy-efficient, reliable, quiet and environmentally sound.

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“HVAC Jack and crew bringing comfort to you.”

Our Services


We proudly offer full service, from installation to repair or replacement, of the following:

Residential Services

Commercial Services

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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.

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Providing our team with the skills and values to achieve a high level of client satisfaction and to drive our referral based business forward.

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To respond to our client’s needs in a prompt and courteous manner.

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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.

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What Our Customers Have To Say

Zone Control System Replacement in Wilsonville, OR 97070

Zone Control System Replacement in Wilsonville, OR 97070

“Bid for service came in significantly lower than competition, Dennis did nice job with installation and teaching us how to use the system.”

– Jared R.

“Bid for service came in significantly lower than competition, Dennis did nice job with installation and teaching us how to use the system.”

– Jared R.

Heat Pump Installation in Tigard, OR 97224

Heat Pump Installation in Tigard, OR 97224

“Jason Young was without doubt the most prepared and intelligent heating system rep I've encountered (after 7 others). He spent extra hours on site going over all options – some twice.
Installation people were proficient and easy to work with. Office personnel were prompt in fielding calls/questions/obtaining info/callbacks. Installation individual was Steve Rockelman, and another fellow I can't recall – both professional, engaging, and were helpful in answering my questions. Climate Control is a real pleasure to work with”

– Dave P.

“Jason Young was without doubt the most prepared and intelligent heating system rep I've encountered (after 7 others). He spent extra hours on site going over all options – some twice.
Installation people were proficient and easy to work with. Office personnel were prompt in fielding calls/questions/obtaining info/callbacks. Installation individual was Steve Rockelman, and another fellow I can't recall – both professional, engaging, and were helpful in answering my questions. Climate Control is a real pleasure to work with”

– Dave P.

Heat Pump Maintenance in Hillsboro, OR 97123

Heat Pump Maintenance in Hillsboro, OR 97123

“Eric, the service technician, called to let us know when he would be at our home, 30150 SW Burkhalter Rd. He arrived at the time he said he would be here. And he performed the maintenance checks to our satisfaction. Our heat pump was installed by Climate Control, and we believe the maintenance service has kept it running well with very few isssues and repairs needed.

Eric is the best technician we have had, and we will continue to request him for our routine maintenance as well as for any future repairs we need.”

– Tom R.

“Eric, the service technician, called to let us know when he would be at our home, 30150 SW Burkhalter Rd. He arrived at the time he said he would be here. And he performed the maintenance checks to our satisfaction. Our heat pump was installed by Climate Control, and we believe the maintenance service has kept it running well with very few isssues and repairs needed.

Eric is the best technician we have had, and we will continue to request him for our routine maintenance as well as for any future repairs we need.”

– Tom R.

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What is AFUE?

Heating AFUE

While an air conditioner’s efficiency is measured by its SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, an electric or gas- or oil-fired furnace’s efficiency is measured by its AFUE, or Average Fuel Utilization Efficiency. This standard measurement is given in percentages, letting you know how much of your fuel is actually used to heat your home and much fuel is wasted.

The higher the AFUE rating, the more efficient the unit is. Typically the ratings or percentages you’ll see on new furnaces range from 80 to 100 percent (contingent upon the fuel type of furnace being rated). If a furnace has an AFUE of 80 percent, this means the furnace converts 80 percent of the fuel to heat your house, while the remaining 20 percent is lost, usually out the chimney.

How to Use AFUE When Purchasing a New Furnace

Keep in mind that AFUE is only the efficiency of that furnace to convert fuel into heat. The higher the number, the better it is at that conversion. So, yes, that will save in energy costs. But the higher-efficiency furnaces also cost more than their lower-efficiency comrades. That’s something you need to be mindful of when new-furnace shopping. You need to weigh these factors against one another, as well as the cost of your type of furnace fuel, when looking to make that decision. Our technicians at Climate Control here in Oregon, are experts at factoring all these components into the best recommendations for a new furnace for you. Call us any time for an appointment.

In general, the type of fuel your furnace uses is more important in determining the optimal furnace for your home than the AFUE is. Fuels such as gas, propane, and electric vary greatly in cost and need to be one of the first decisions you make when it comes to purchasing a new furnace. Once you’ve decided which fuel you’ll be using (you may opt to change your fuel source from your present one when upgrading), then compare the AFUE ratings on furnaces with that fuel source.

Don’t compare an electric furnace’s AFUE to a gas furnace’s rating. They’re totally different. And as mentioned above, if you’re doing a cost analysis on your upcoming furnace purchase, be sure to factor the fuel costs into your analysis. Even though an electric furnace may have an AFUE rating of 100 percent, the cost of electricity is higher than gas. So while the gas-furnace’s AFUE rating of 96 percent indicates it’s more costly in its efficiency than the electric furnace, it’s actually be cheaper for you to go with the gas furnace due to the high cost of electricity.

Questions to Ask When Furnace Shopping

What are my long-term goals for my home?

If you’re only staying in your home for a few years, then purchasing a furnace with a lower AFUE may be the way to go. It will cost less, and there’s no way to recoup the price difference between a higher-efficiency unit and the energy-costs saved in just a couple years. If you’re planning on retiring in this home, then you would definitely recoup that cost and go on to save more with your energy bills throughout the years.

What type of furnace fuel will I use?

This question may be determined by your home’s location––suburban area vs. rural area, city and state vs. other cities and states. Call Climate Control for answers to what’s most used here in Oregon. Also, call around for various fuel pricing. Just because you have a specific-fueled furnace now doesn’t mean that it’s the most efficient now, fuel wise. You may find another even more cost effective.

Once you know the answers to these two questions, you can competently shop for your new furnace directly comparing AFUEs. Factor in your annual heating costs when comparing different furnaces with similar (or different) AFUEs, and you’ll have a sound process for helping you to decide the best furnace for your home and goals.

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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.

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