Comfort Heating & Cooling
In Business since 1995
Comfort Heating & Cooling specializes in installing and maintaining furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioners for both residential and commercial applications. Larry has over 25 years of Industry experience and has been in business in Bend, Oregon since 1996.
We are the exclusive distributor of King Solar parts and services. With the regions 300 days of sunshine per year, and generous Oregon Tax incentives for Residential and Business, solar is a good investment, and Comfort Heating and Cooling can help lower your monthly utilities while maintaining a level of comfort you expect.
Solar Radiant Floor Heating: Imagine your floors warm and cozy to the touch, radiant heating is ideal for homes with high ceilings, and it works with any flooring: tile, wood, carpet even concrete floors. This heating system can save 20 to 40 percent over traditional heating systems.
Here is what real customers have to say about working with Comfort Heating & Cooling:
Greg & Lori
...it was a real pleasure to have you complete our heating project. Thank-you for being good to your word and most importantly for calling to keep us informed of your progress. Your integrity is obvious and your word is good. These are qualities that are increasingly rare. Thank-you again, we appreciate your work and love our new furnace.
Michael & Michelle
Thank-you so much for your hard work making our home so comfortable. The work you did on our air conditioner, humidifier and heating repair was absolutely top-notch and an excellent value for the end result. We would strongly recommend you to anyone considering your services.
Larry is a man of character who always fulfills his commitments at a highly competitive price.
Richard & Liz
I can't tell you how appreciative my family and I are for all the work you did on our home. Thank-you for your hard work and for adding to the livability and value of our home.
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Home Comfort Products and Services
Oregon Department of Energy
A typical solar domestic water heater provides 50%-60% of a home's water heating needs.
Oregon Department of Energy
Net metering laws require full retail value credit for surplus electricity generated.
Air Conditioners: Selecting an air conditioner for your home is a big decision. It will play a key role in your home energy expenses for years to come. And when the summer heat is at its worst, you'll want your family to have the best, most reliable cooling comfort possible. We carry a wide range of sizes, makes and models so we can best fit your specific needs. Before selecting a unit, we will take into consideration many factors about your home, such as window dimensions and exposure; floor space, insulation and local climate; heat-generating appliances; direction your home faces; even the amount of your home's exterior shaded by trees.
Heat Pumps: Heat pumps provide year-round comfort for your home or business that are unmatched in features and benefits. They are designed to make your home or business the most comfortable place on earth during any season. We install and service the most dependable and highly advanced units in the industry. They provide quiet, efficient, and long-lasting operation.
Furnaces: We service and install furnaces and duct work. Our new furnaces are some of the most efficient and reliable with full warranties to offer you peace of mind for your investment. Our furnace features include:
- Compact Cabinet keeps space to a minimum and installations easier.
- Furnace Control, the brain of the system is a dependable control unit managing the blower and inducer motors for heating capacity and efficiency.
- Patented Heat Exchanger is extremely compact to provide a faster more efficient transfer of heat.
- In-Shot Burners regulate the air/gas mixture, while the blower quietly circulates air around the heat exchanger, where its heated to comfortably warm your home.
Fireplaces: gas fireplace combine traditional style, full-depth authenticity and exceptional features, making it right for any home. The clean face design, allows surround materials like brick, stone and tile to come flush to the firebox edge for a seamless, masonry-like finish. Blower motors help warm the entire room. Remote control units can make it simple to turn on your fireplace from across the room.
Solar Hot Water: The State of Oregon offers $1500 per year financial tax credits as incentive to offset the cost of installing solar heating and making it a good choice for residential use. Cold water is pumped into a collector fastened to the roof and warmed water is stored in a modified hot water heater. This type of collector can provide hot water for an entire family, and dramatically lower your energy bills.
Solar Radiant Floor Heating: Imagine your floors warm and cozy to the touch, radiant heating is ideal for homes with high ceilings, and it works with any flooring: tile, wood, carpet even concrete floors. This heating system can save 20 to 40 percent over traditional heating systems. When combined with solar hot water, you can save even more. Best of all, radiant heating is quiet and eliminates vents stirring up dust dirt and other allergens into the air.
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Solar Panels: Photovoltaic modules convert the energy of the sun into electrical power, and can be used to power your home, usually through a battery array. If a solar system produces more power than you use, then the power flows back into the power grid and you receive full retail value credits for the surplus energy.
Commercial Comfort Products and Services
Oregon Department of Energy
Oregon offers Business Energy Tax Credit to those who invest in renewable energy resources.
Commercial Photovoltaic: Oregon offers a tax credit of up to 50 percent, a maximum eligible cost, or $20 million, which ever is less for businesses that invest in solar power. Comfort heating and Cooling is your professional choice for installation of green and efficient solar power. To learn more about the Sate of Oregon requirements for receiving tax credits, view the Oregon Department of Energy's website.
Furnaces: The best furnaces are efficient. They keep a business warm and comfortable. They provide steady, dependable performance year after year. And they are quiet, long-lasting and low in service frequency and cost. When a furnace loses or wastes heat, it requires more energy to keep your business warm. Some furnaces lose heat through the walls of the furnace cabinet. Energy-efficient furnaces with state-of-the-art models significantly reduce this loss with a blanket of insulation that lines the inside of the cabinet walls.
When a gas furnace is not in operation, most send a steady, wasteful draft of warm air traveling up the venting system and out the roof. We install systems with induced-draft blowers that work in conjunction with a hot surface ignition system to pull hot gases through the heat exchanger at a constant and controlled rate of flow. As the burner cycles off, the draft blower stops, keeping the heating air in the system.
Air Conditioners: In business, reliable, cost-efficient cooling is not an option. It's an absolute necessity. Whether you're looking to keep a workforce cool and productive, or need to ensure optimal conditions for heat-sensitive material, our commercial air conditioners get the job done. We offer a full range of state-of-the-art, high-efficiency cooling options up to 25 tons.
An air conditioner that's too small won't keep your business sufficiently cool. But what many don't realize is that an oversized system will cycle (turn on and off) more than necessary, wasting expensive energy and possibly putting undue strain on the compressor. We will determine the optimum size for your business by making a careful study of your cooling requirements. Window dimensions and exposure. Floor space, insulation and local climate. Heat-generating appliances. The direction your business faces. Even the amount of your business's exterior shaded by trees.
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Duct Work: The goal for a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) duct system is to provide proper air flow, heating, and cooling to each room. If the ducts aren't sized and balanced properly, the building will never be comfortable. Externally insulated round ducts are the most efficient; long runs of flexible duct are the worst. Duct air temperature gain or loss between the air handler and room registers, and between return registers and the air handler should be minimized for the best results.