Emergency Same Day Service

Our customers are our number one priority.  We strive to make sure that our customers are never left in the cold.  Here at P&L Heating & Sheet Metal we know that your family is important to you, therefore they are important to us.

We strive to be available any time day or night for emergencies. We stock our trucks with a wide variety of parts so we can repair most units on the first visit. We can also repair standard ducted, roof top, and ductless heat pumps. We make every attempt to take care of emergency calls on the same day we get them, serving Tillamook County.

Call us today: (503) 842-7765

Furnace Maintenance

Preventative maintenance (PM) is very important when it comes to your home’s heating and cooling system.  Preventative maintenance is required by all major manufacturers to keep your warranty in force, like changing the oil in your car.  PM catches minor problems before they become major ones, and helps to make sure your system is running at its peak efficiency. That’s why we offer regular preventative maintenance by scheduling on request, or with a service contract. We will replace or clean the filter, check all motors and other components, and make sure that everything is working correctly so you aren’t left in the cold. Our customers are our number one priority. Don’t wait for something to break; make sure you schedule a preventative maintenance soon. Give us a call today to see what will work best for you.

Heat Pump Maintenance

Like all heating and cooling systems, proper maintenance is key to efficient operation. Once a year preventative maintenance is the best way to make sure that the system is functioning properly.  The difference between the energy consumption of a well-maintained heat pump and a severely neglected one ranges from 10% to 25%. Clean or change filters monthly or as needed, and maintain the system according to manufacturer’s instructions. Dirty filters, coils, and fans reduce airflow through the system. Reduced airflow decreases system performance and can damage your system’s compressor. Clean outdoor coils whenever they appear dirty; occasionally, turn off power to the fan and clean it; remove vegetation and clutter from around the outdoor unit; clean the supply and return registers; and keep all indoor registers open.