Creating a Brighter Future
Giving back to the Portland Metro Region means a lot to us here at Sun Glow. Many of us grew up in these neighborhoods, and we’re now raising our own families here.
Each year, we award a total of $12,000 in scholarship money to four student athletes from each of the high schools. Education is power! And we are happy to help these students pursue their college dreams.
Thank you for letting Sun Glow be a part of the community. We are family owned, 100 percent local, and we love being here!
Here at Sun Glow Heating & Cooling., we take your needs seriously. We’ve been providing high-quality HVAC services to the residents and business owners in Portland for more than 45 years. Our talented heating and cooling team includes technicians who are experts in both heating and air conditioning systems, assuring you professional service. With our comprehensive services and friendly staff, we can make your space comfortable again. Call us at (503) 253-7789 to learn more about our heater and air conditioner services.
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“Justin was nice and efficient.”
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“Brian was very helpful and informative. He repaired our air conditioner quickly and inspected our units for further issues. He also gave recommendations for better heating and cooling efficiency and possible future updates to our system. Thanks so much, Brian!”
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“Shawn has done my home plumbing projects for many years! He does a fabulous job, extremely professional, knowledgeable, efficient and very personable. He gets top marks in every category!”
Why Hire Us?
- IN BUSINESS SINCE 1972
- 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
- PHONE ANSWERED 24/7
- NO OVERTIME POLICY
- FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED
- 100% DRUG-FREE COMPANY
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