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Portland Geothermal Heating by The Clean Air Act Inc.

The Clean Air Act Inc.

Geothermal heating systems are incredibly efficient and, if well maintained, can last for many years. However, there will be times when certain components of that system will need to be replaced or when repairs will need to be performed on your system. If this is the case and you need a trusted partner with more than 10 years of experience working on geothermal systems in Portland, call the experts at The Clean Air Act Inc. We can help you select a new heat pump or other component for your geothermal system or perform necessary repairs to keep your current system running as intended for many more years.

The Clean Air Act Inc. installs and services geothermal heating and cooling systems throughout the greater Portland, OR metropolitan area.

What is a Geothermal Heating and Cooling System?

A geothermal heating and cooling system works much like a conventional heat pump. But while a heat pump uses the ambient air to dissipate and to absorb thermal energy (depending on the season), a geothermal system circulates anti–freeze through an underground "earth loop," thus making the heat transfer process much more energy efficient. Our technicians are happy to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision.

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Troubleshooting Your Geothermal Heating and Cooling System

If a problem develops in your geothermal system, the first thing you should do is call an expert. But how do you know there is a problem? There will be a few subtle signs before the issue develops into an emergency that could interrupt your heating or cooling. First, you may notice a slight drop in heating or cooling in your home. Your system is designed to provide steady heat throughout the day without interruption. If it suddenly does not, there is likely a problem. Even a few degrees difference, unless the weather outside is very extreme, could mean a problem has developed that should be inspected right away.

Other issues you may notice include blowing of cold air in the winter or hot air in the summer. You may notice loud noises from the compressors or the coils may start to freeze over, even in the summer. If any of these things happens, it could be an issue with your condenser that needs to be repaired right away, or you may need a new component installed.

We Install and Service Geothermal Systems in Portland, OR

When one or more parts of your geothermal system need replacement, it usually does not affect anything other than the condenser. The piping installed under your property is likely to last for decades if well maintained, but a heat pump is rated for 10–15 years on average. If it has been heavily taxed or if it suffers damage at some point, it might need replacement before this. So, it is important that you have someone inspect your system regularly, and if you suspect a problem, have them check it immediately to ensure it does not need a replacement. For all your geothermal heating service needs in Portland, call the experts at The Clean Air Act Inc. today. We can help you get the most from your system and ensure it is in good working order for years to come.

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I have used the Clean Air Act since August 2006 and highly recommend this company. We have hired the Clean Air Act’s services covering the entire state of Oregon including Prineville, Lincoln City, Medford, Detroit, Madras, Eugene, Astoria and many local

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