Marshall’s is a family owned, award winning, business serving Lane County customers for over 70 years. As an essential business serving our community, Marshall’s is using new, covid-19 safety protocols to help ensure our customers and employees safety. People in Linn and Lane County are spending a lot of time in their homes now and using their heating, cooling, fireplaces and water heaters more than ever. Someone still needs to provide service, repair and replacement for this equipment. You can expect detailed estimates, quality equipment and expert installation, maintenance and repairs by people who care.
Marshall’s New Safety Protocols for Covid-19:
- Our Technicians/Installers will wear:
- Fresh, latex-free, gloves
- Clean shoe covers
- Eye protection and masks, as needed
- Our Technicians/Installers are required to:
- Disinfect thermostats or controls they touch
- Regularly disinfect their hand tools, tablets and phones
- Remove their trash, including dirty filters in our own trash bags
- Adopt a no handshake policy both in the office and in the field
- Keep 6’ of social distancing
- Office personnel is disinfecting our office and work areas multiple times per day and we keep 6’ of social distance from each other.
- Any employee who is feeling ill or showing any illness symptoms must stay home and avoid contact with others and cannot return to work until they are 100% symptom free for over 48 hours.
Additionally, Marshall’s is happy to discuss any specific requirements or requests you may have to further protect your health, home and job site.
Our technicians and installers are professionally trained and certified to ensure we deliver commercial and residential customers high-quality service from qualified experts. Contact us for more information and discovery for yourself why we’ve been keeping Lane County comfortable since 1948.
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“A great team to work with. From the office staff to the technicians, everyone was extremely helpful and professional. They helped with the loan process so that I was able to have my broken furnace fixed ASAP. The installation techs, Edwin and Jawhn, did an amazing job from start to finish.
I have always been pleased when choosing Marshalls for my heating and air conditioning needs.”
– Michelle D.
Helpful tips to protect your home air quality from wildfire smoke
- Keep windows and doors closed tightly to help prevent smoke and ash from getting inside your home.
- Do not run your home ventilation (bath vents, kitchen vent, etc.) because it brings the outdoor air into your home.
- Run your air conditioner/heat pump if you have one. It’s safe to use during wildfires and can help improve your home’s indoor air quality.
- Rest assured, your AC / Heat Pump System does NOT bring the outdoor air inside (unless you have a fresh air intake system $$$$ – which are generally used for commercial properties only).
- Turn your system’s “Fan” or “Recirculate” option on to continuously run the system’s fan (even when its not heating or cooling) to circulate the air in your home through your filter. This can significantly help improve your indoor air quality. If you don’t see “Fan” or “Recirc” options on your thermostat, look for “Auto/On” which is a common fan control (Auto means the fan only runs when it’s actively heating or cooling and On means the fan runs continuously).
- Check your home heating/cooling system filter. If it’s dirty and clogged with dust/hair/particulates, immediately replace it (ducted systems) or wash it (ductless systems). Running your system with a clogged filter makes it harder for your system to run properly, shortens its lifetime and decreases your indoor air quality.
- Make sure your air conditioner is properly cleaned and maintained by a professional HVAC Service Technician to ensure it’s operating safely to the manufacturer’s specifications.
- Keep debris (e.g. tree limbs and brush from wind gusts) 3′ away from your outdoor unit to help ensure the unit has adequate airflow. If you have a large accumulation of ash on top of the unit, take a broom and gently sweep it off (while wearing a face mask). If your unit becomes heavily clogged and dirty with soot and ash (e.g. your home is very close to the fire), then have the unit professionally cleaned once the wildfires are over.
- Check your filters and replace/clean more often during wildfire season. When there is smoke and ash in the air, filters will become clogged faster than usual.
- If you don’t have air conditioning, staying inside with the windows closed may become dangerous if the weather is extremely hot. If so, seek alternative shelter with air conditioning.
- If you don’t have an air conditioner, there are several rebates and incentives offered for high-efficiency heat pump/air conditioning systems for different types of homes. Contact us to find out what your home qualifies for.