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Service & Maintenance

Buildings need love too. So why not make sure they get it on a regular basis?

Mechanical systems require regular maintenance and occasional service and repair.  American Heating has a staff of experienced and conscientious service technicians trained and ready to perform preventive maintenance and expert troubleshooting services for our customers.

We have been servicing HVAC equipment and maintaining systems for thousands of customers for over 25 years.  With two service dispatchers, over a dozen technicians and a modern computer system, American Heating has one of the largest service departments in the greater Portland area.  Our extensive experience allows us to quickly and efficiently take care of all of our customers needs.

Our automated dispatching system gives our technicians immediate access to your service history. You’re assured of getting qualified service because our service technicians have low-voltage electrical licenses and are EPA-Certified to handle CFC refrigerants.

Check out what we can do for you.

  • 24/7 emergency service
  • Equipment Surveys and Evaluation Reports
  • Preventive Maintenance Agreements
  • HVAC/R Equipment Repair
  • Unit Replacement and Retrofit
  • HVAC Building Management Systems
November 13, 2012:

Another great project we are proud that we are a part of.  Check out what the sister’s have to say about the “orange shirts”.

March 15, 2012:

Finalists for DJC 2012 top projects announced.  American Heating was involved with 14 of the projects on this list.  Check out the article on the DJC Oregon website.

February 8, 2012:

Legendary collaboration between four great NW General Contractors.  We are proud we were also able to be a part of this. Check out the DJC article.

July 15, 2011:

Very thankful that we got to be a part of this project and the outcome is fantastic.  It was another rewarding project with Walsh Construction. Check out the article from the Oregonian…

June 2, 2011:

Set to open to the public on June 2, 2011, the Bud Clark Commons was a fantastic project to be a part of. See the DJC article. See our project profile.