Honeywell Vision Pro Wi Fi Thermostat

VisionPRO® 8000Honeywell VisionPro Thermostat Honeywell's WI Fi Vision Pro Thermostat is the latest technology in your homes heating and cooling system. Built in Wi Fi technology allows you to remotely control your homes temperatures, and programming settings through a PC, tablet or smart phone. The Vision Pro thermostat is easy to use, has a large touchscreen display, backlight, 7 day programming, optional indoor and outdoor temperature sensors. Programmable feature allows you to save up to 33% in your homes energy cost. Works with Honeywell's Total Comfort Service app available FREE for your tablet or smartphone. Total control at your fingertips from anywhere in the world. Features
  • Up to 3H/2C - conventional and heat pump
  • 7-day programmable touchscreen
  • 5-year warranty
  • Effortless, menu-driven programming
  • Real-time clock
  • Precise comfort control (+/-1°F)
  • Change & check reminders for filters, UV lamps and humidifier pads
  • Wi Fi Technology
  • Keypad Lockout
  • Adaptive Intelligent Recovery
  • Remote Indoor Sensor
  • Outdoor Temperature Sensor
Contact Advanced Mechanical Services to learn more about the Honeywell Vision Pro WiFi Thermostat and other HVAC Heating & Cooling products. Estimates always FREE (503) 434-8544

XC25 Air Conditioner the most efficient system you can buy | Advanced Mechanical

Dave Lennox Signature® Collection

Advanced Mechanical offering the most precise and efficient air conditioning system on the market. Variable-capacity, inverter controlled operation works much like the cruise control system of high performance automobiles, automatically making adjustments as necessary.  In the XC25, cooling capacity automatically adjusts up or down, based upon cooling demand, to use only the precise amount of energy needed to maintain temperature within 0.5 degrees of your thermostat setpoint.

Thanks to Precise Comfort™ technology that allows the XC25 to change its output in increments as small as 1%, your home can be cooled to perfection, with exactly the right amount of energy used every time. No other air conditioner can even come close.

 SilentComfort™ technology delivers sound levels as low as 59 dB, up to 50% quieter than a standard air conditioner.

SunSource® Solar-Ready option allows you to add solar modules and create a solar powered system that generates electricity for your air conditioner and more.

Advanced Mechanical and Lennox offering up to $2500.00 cash back on a new home comfort system, along with ODOE and Federal tax credits, and utility incentives, can help pay for your homes new heating & cooling system. Backed with quality installtion and a 10 year warranty, and supperior service.

Give Advanced a call and let us help you  design the perfect heating & air conditioning system for you and your home

(503) 538-HEAT

Air Conditioning installation and Air Conditioning repair in Portland, OR

Lennox Heating & Cooling Products | Advanced Mechanical Services

HVAC Rebates and Financing Offers

Bring your system out of the Stone Age.

Save up to $1,375 on a new home comfort system.

Upgrade to the exceptional comfort and efficiency of a new Lennox® home comfort system today and leave your old system in the dust. You'll enjoy some serious savings right now, with up to $1,375 in rebates, and you'll save energy every month. All without sacrificing comfort. Advanced Mechanical is your first choice in the Portland, Or area when it comes time to replacing your old inefficient heating and cooling system, and now we have teamed up with Lennox brand heating and cooling products to offer our customers even more choices when it comes times to upgrade your current heating and cooling system   Advanced Mechanical Services is here to help choose the right system for you and your home, and we are up to date on all current utility incentives and Oregon state tax credits that will help pay for your system Give us a call for your FREE in home consultation (503) 538-HEAT    

Routine Heat Pump Maintenance | Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor

Heat Pump Maintenance TipsRoutine maintenance of your heat pump system is essential to keeping your homes heating costs low and to extend the life of your heating system. Keep your filters cleaned and changed every 3 months. Dirty filters, coils, and fan motors reduce airflow through your system, causing your system to work harder which consumes more energy and causes your your system to run at higher temperatures. Typically a Heat Pump system that has routine maintenance done saves between 10%-30% of your homes heating and cooling costs. Have your freon levels checked at least once a year. A system that loses its freon charge, doesn't stop heating your home, instead your auxiliary heat strips end up running more and drives up your utility bill. The most important thing we tell our customers is to pay attention to their electric bill. Any spikes or higher energy usage is a good indication that there is a problem with there heat pump system, and normally your auxiliary heating elements are running more and your heat pump system isn't working properly. We recommend having your system checked 1-2 times per year, once in the winter and once in the summer, but at the very least always get it checked once a year. A properly maintained Heat Pump system ensures your homes heating costs are kept as low as possible and will extend the life of your equipment and maintain all warranties.
  •  Replace filter
  • Check freon charge
  • Inspect and clean blower motor
  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections
  • Lubricate motors, and inspect belts
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean evaporator coil
  • Clean drains
  • Check thermostat operation and programming
  • Check heat strips
Advanced Mechanical Services Heating in Portland, Or/ HVAC contractor in Portland, Or/ Heating and Air Conditioning in Portland, Or/ Furnace Replacement in Portland, Or/ Heat Pumps in Portland, Or/ Ductless Heat Pumps in Portland, Or Advanced Mechanical is here to help if we can answer any questions about your current heating and cooling system or looking for a FREE estimate give us a call (503) 538-HEAT

Understanding a Heat Pump Balance Point

Understand Heat Pump Balance Point | AdvancedHeatingPDX.comHeat Pump systems are the most efficient heating systems on the market, and proper maintenance, service and installation is essential in keeping those utility costs as low as possible and keeping your system operating for years to come. In the Pacific Northwest most Heat Pumps will heat your home properly down to around 40 degrees depending on the heat load of your house and the size of your heating system. As the outdoor temperature drops, the output of your heat pump drops as well, while the heat requirement of your house increases. At some point (around 40 degrees) these two requirements match and this is called your balance point. Your heat pump system now needs help and it turns on your auxiliary heating elements located in your air handler to help heat your home. Typically your auxiliary heating elements are locked out at temperatures above 40 degrees, and just the heat heat pump heats your home while below 40 degrees the heat pump and auxiliary heating elements operate together Not all heat pump systems are wired this way some are wired in conjunction with your 1st stage heat (Heat Pump), and your auxiliary heating elements come on with your heat pump Example: You set your thermostat at 70 degrees and the temperature of your house is 65 degrees, that’s a 5 degree split. Your heat pump and your auxiliary heating elements both come on till your house reaches about 68 degrees (2 degrees of your set point) then your auxiliary heating elements turn off and your Heat Pump takes over from here. Systems installed with a outdoor sensor that have the auxiliary heating elements locked out typically save a customer 25-35% off your homes heating bill annually. Knowing how a Heat Pump system works while maximizing its efficiency, is key to properly servicing and installing a heat pump system thus saving you money on your home heating costs.   Heat Pumps in Portland, Or/ Heat Pump systems/ Heat Pump replacement in Portland, Or/ Fossil Fuel Heat Pump systems/ Hybrid Heating systems in Portland, Or/ Heat Pump contractors in Portland, Or/ Advanced Mechanical in Portland, Or