Mill City, OR
Do you know what SEER means? It stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is used to rate the efficiency of air conditioners (ACs) and heat pumps.
New air conditioners have much higher SEER ratings than older models, making a new air conditioner purchase a worthwhile investment for your Mill City, OR, home. Mill Creek Heating provides top-quality installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance services.
Does your outdoor condenser unit make strange (or loud) sounds whenever you switch on the air conditioner? Perhaps your home takes longer to cool down these days—you may have a refrigerant leak. If you suspect any problems with your air conditioning unit, give us a call. We offer always offer accurate, up-front quotes.
Our Coz-E-Club offers Mill City homeowners significant cost savings, priority service, notification alerts, and other benefits.
If you have any rooms in your Mill City, OR, home that never seem to cool down or warm up evenly, you might want to add a ductless system mini split. These systems create a perfect zone control system, allowing you to add extra comfort to any part of your home.
Give Mill Creek Heating a call for a free consultation to determine if a ductless mini split is right for your home. We offer comprehensive maintenance to help protect your ductless system and assist you build the dream house you deserve.
Replacing your Mill City, OR, furnace is a big investment. Our licensed team at Mill Creek Heating will do everything we can to keep an older furnace operating efficiently while letting you know when it makes sense to consider an upgrade.
Newer furnaces convert energy much more efficiently, saving you money on energy bills. You also lessen the risk of a carbon monoxide (CO) leak with new equipment. Give us a call today for a free consultation—we believe in building trust by creating informed customers.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Did you know the earth’s surface a few feet below the ground remains a constant 50 degrees Fahrenheit, no matter how hot or cold it is outside? A geothermal heat pump draws upon this warmth to heat your Mill City, OR, home in the winter with help from a heat exchanger.
In the summer, your heat pump works like an air conditioner (AC), drawing the warm air from your home. These systems do not burn fuel and are easy to maintain.
Give Mill Creek Heating a call today to learn more about the financial and environmental benefits that come from using a geothermal heat pump. Start saving money today while helping to protect our nation’s natural resources.
Your Mill City, OR, heating and cooling equipment are big-ticket items that add comfort and safety to your home—keep them performing at peak capacity by scheduling regular professional preventative maintenance.
Mill Creek Heating offers maintenance to help keep your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC)
working efficiently and to help prevent unexpected and costly breakdowns and repairs. Call us today for a free consultation.
Indoor Air Quality
These days, homeowners across Oregon are taking extra measures to improve their indoor air quality (IAQ). We spend a lot of time inside our Mill City, OR, homes, so it only makes sense to create a healthy and comfortable environment for everyone to enjoy.
Our licensed experts at Mill Creek Heating can help upgrade your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to provide more comfort and improved air quality. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
Whole-House Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
A lack of moisture in the air can dry out your nasal passages and make it difficult to feel comfortable. It also affects your wood furniture, causing it to warp and shrink.
Too much moisture, on the other hand, breeds mold and can exacerbate your allergies.
Our solution: install a whole house humidifier or whole house dehumidifier, depending on the humidity levels inside your Mill City, OR, home. Our team at Mill Creek Heating can measure the relative humidity and recommend the best course to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ). Call us today for a free consultation.
Zone Control Systems
Does your family tend to gather in a particular room? If so, you can adjust that zone to a temperature setting of your choice. Perhaps you want your kitchen warmer than your upstairs bedroom. A zone control system allows you that option. Give Mill Creek Heating a call today for a free consultation on how zoning can benefit your household.