Hours

Monday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Thursday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Friday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

Chamber Rating

3.8 - (9 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

3.8 - (9 reviews)
5
1
1
0
2
  • mandalorian Warrior

    The worst with communication. Had this guy come out and work on a problem with my furnace. He told me I needed a new board to operate a valve. Several hundred dollars and only an hour after he left I’m stuck with the same problem. Havnt been able to get this guy on the phone and won’t answer email. Got somebody else who did couple hours work to help me sort out my situation. Turns out I have a old/ low quality furnace. Could pump money into it but new guy says probably better off getting new. I even asked Roland if my furnace was old. He literally said “mmmm uhhhhh”. He had no answer. New guy gave me all kinds of info and let me know all my options before proceeding with solution or even charging me. This company has literally left me in the cold. Been living for 2 weeks with space heaters.
    Jul 25th, 2019

  • Free Demographics

    I support any construction outfit in Clark County that is not owned by Apostolic Lutheran's. As they have monopolized Construction in Clark County keep going guys! Don't let those Apostolic Lutheran's monopolize construction entirely. It'll be like when I worked in New York City and the mob controlled Construction. Yes! It was in the modern era. Imagine if you had to pay $30,000 in payoffs just to get some concrete work done. Now do me a favor next time you're calling a contractor and you get a quote from an Apostolic Lutheran owned company and they're undercutting their competition by a significant amount and ask yourself if you want to be paying that much in payoffs just to get some concrete work done in the future. Democratic socialism is the most efficient form of capitalism. I'm just saying
    Feb 24th, 2019

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    Nov 24th, 2018

  • Donna Wolther

    Ron is a delight to do business with. You might wonder what could be so hard about installing HVAC systems, but believe me I have lived through the nightmare of having work done by a company that made me know the value of an experienced and highly skilled installer. He is also a lot of fun and extremely quick to respond to all our needs.
    Oct 9th, 2018

  • Kevin Bischoff

    Not one to leave reviews, however, feel an obligation to warn potential customers about A to Z. We had an icing over problem with our AC system. Called A to Z who came out and diagnosed there was a leak in the system causing it to lose refrigerant. Claims because he did not know the history of the system(which we told him was maybe 4 years old) that it would be difficult to find the leak. He simply added refrigerant at a cost of $500 plus 1 hour of labor and a service call charge. He said we can look at it again next year to see if it looses pressure. He made no attempt nor offered to do a dye test to find the leak immediately and fix the problem. Here we are less than a week later and the system is iced over again because the $50 a pound refrigerant is leaking out. With a total cost of over $800 we reluctantly call him back to let him know what was going on and question why he would not do a leak test to actually fix the problem vs. putting a band-aide on it. He said he was trying to save us money and that doing a dye test is very expensive. I say spending $800 and getting nothing for it is very expensive. It is my belief that he took advantage of the fact that it was only my wife that was home at the time who also was a little shocked at the bill, however, wrote the check anyway. Unfortunate. If you decide to use him. Make sure you get costs up front and make sure he itemizes his invoice in terms of parts and have him show you the readings of the refrigerant as to how much he is actually putting in the system. It's all about transparency. Of course my true advise would be to call someone else who has more than one google review and stay away from home advisor. Best of luck
    Jul 24th, 2018

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About
A TO Z HVAC, LLC

A TO Z HVAC, LLC is located at in Portland, Oregon . A TO Z HVAC, LLC can be contacted via phone at (503) 706-8843 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (503) 706-8843
  •   (503) 706-8843

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for A TO Z HVAC, LLC?

A The phone number for A TO Z HVAC, LLC is: (503) 706-8843.


Q Where is A TO Z HVAC, LLC located?

A A TO Z HVAC, LLC is located at , Portland, OR


Q How big is A TO Z HVAC, LLC?

A A TO Z HVAC, LLC employs approximately 20+ people.


Q What days are A TO Z HVAC, LLC open?

A A TO Z HVAC, LLC is open:
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


Q How is A TO Z HVAC, LLC rated?

A A TO Z HVAC, LLC has a 3.8 Star Rating from 9 reviewers.

Hours

Monday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Thursday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Friday:
8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

Ratings and Reviews
A TO Z HVAC, LLC

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 9 Reviews )
5
1
1
0
2
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mandalorian Warrior on Google

image The worst with communication. Had this guy come out and work on a problem with my furnace. He told me I needed a new board to operate a valve. Several hundred dollars and only an hour after he left I’m stuck with the same problem. Havnt been able to get this guy on the phone and won’t answer email. Got somebody else who did couple hours work to help me sort out my situation. Turns out I have a old/ low quality furnace. Could pump money into it but new guy says probably better off getting new. I even asked Roland if my furnace was old. He literally said “mmmm uhhhhh”. He had no answer. New guy gave me all kinds of info and let me know all my options before proceeding with solution or even charging me. This company has literally left me in the cold. Been living for 2 weeks with space heaters.


Free Demographics on Google

image I support any construction outfit in Clark County that is not owned by Apostolic Lutheran's. As they have monopolized Construction in Clark County keep going guys! Don't let those Apostolic Lutheran's monopolize construction entirely. It'll be like when I worked in New York City and the mob controlled Construction. Yes! It was in the modern era. Imagine if you had to pay $30,000 in payoffs just to get some concrete work done. Now do me a favor next time you're calling a contractor and you get a quote from an Apostolic Lutheran owned company and they're undercutting their competition by a significant amount and ask yourself if you want to be paying that much in payoffs just to get some concrete work done in the future. Democratic socialism is the most efficient form of capitalism. I'm just saying


4 Rent Properties on Google

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Donna Wolther on Google

image Ron is a delight to do business with. You might wonder what could be so hard about installing HVAC systems, but believe me I have lived through the nightmare of having work done by a company that made me know the value of an experienced and highly skilled installer. He is also a lot of fun and extremely quick to respond to all our needs.


Kevin Bischoff on Google

image Not one to leave reviews, however, feel an obligation to warn potential customers about A to Z. We had an icing over problem with our AC system. Called A to Z who came out and diagnosed there was a leak in the system causing it to lose refrigerant. Claims because he did not know the history of the system(which we told him was maybe 4 years old) that it would be difficult to find the leak. He simply added refrigerant at a cost of $500 plus 1 hour of labor and a service call charge. He said we can look at it again next year to see if it looses pressure. He made no attempt nor offered to do a dye test to find the leak immediately and fix the problem. Here we are less than a week later and the system is iced over again because the $50 a pound refrigerant is leaking out. With a total cost of over $800 we reluctantly call him back to let him know what was going on and question why he would not do a leak test to actually fix the problem vs. putting a band-aide on it. He said he was trying to save us money and that doing a dye test is very expensive. I say spending $800 and getting nothing for it is very expensive. It is my belief that he took advantage of the fact that it was only my wife that was home at the time who also was a little shocked at the bill, however, wrote the check anyway. Unfortunate. If you decide to use him. Make sure you get costs up front and make sure he itemizes his invoice in terms of parts and have him show you the readings of the refrigerant as to how much he is actually putting in the system. It's all about transparency. Of course my true advise would be to call someone else who has more than one google review and stay away from home advisor. Best of luck


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