Advertorial from Airrow Heating: Working daily to create a “ductless” coast!
Airrow Heating, based in Newport, has been so successful in its quest to make the Oregon Central Coast “ductless,” they have now aimed its warm wave onto the beaches of Lincoln City where they have opened a new home heating showroom on Highway 101, across from Wells Fargo Bank.
Airrow owner Garrett Bush and his installation technicians recently attended training for the top manufacturers in areas of Oregon and at the new training facilities in Phoenix, AZ – all aimed at helping families learn what millions around the world already know – how to save a lot of money on heating their homes with heat pump technology.
Bush says Airrow Heating installs the latest high-tech heat pump systems that produce major savings for homeowners very quickly. Heat pump technology literally squeezes heat energy out of outside air and then releases that heat inside your home at a cost that is far lower than baseboard and other common heating systems. Bush says customers tell Airrow Heating that they have never been so comfortable in their own homes. They truly love their ductless system.
Bush says heat pump technology partners-up with the heating system already in your home. On the coldest days (which are very few here on the coast) you can also use your regular home heater to provide the initial heat. But after a while you’re able to turn it off and revert back to the Airrow Heating system that heats your home through the rest of the day at a much lower cost. Bush says savings on your utility bill will pay off your Airrow Heating investment, in effect, paying for itself while continuing to save you money.
So Lincoln City, get with the new wave of lower cost home and business heating strategies with a new Airrow Ductless Heating System. Stop by their showroom at 2233 NW Highway 101, right across 101 from Wells Fargo Bank. Give Garrett and the warmest friends you’ll ever know a call at 541-996-8000 or stop by their spankin’ new showroom where you can learn about the future of home and commercial heating first hand.