How to Get Your System Ready for Fall

September 1, 2020

It’s back to school time for many students around the Pacific Northwest this week. And while the weather is still hot, autumn will be here before you know it. That means your heating system needs to be ready! Here’s how to get your system ready for the upcoming change of season. #1: Change your air filters. Did you know your HVAC filters need to be cleaned or replaced every 1 to 2 months. Or, depending on the use and type of filter you have you might be able to go longer? These

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Reasons to Go Ductless This Summer

June 5, 2020

Has your air conditioner seen better days? Maybe you’re on the fence about getting a new cooling system installed this year. Summer starts on June 20th and that means warm weather will be here to stay for a while. You need to have a cooling system that is reliable all season long. Ductless systems are a great option! These efficient systems providing heating and cooling, all year long – in one machine! No ductwork? No problem. Ductless systems are the answer. These are affordable and installed in just one to two days. They are easily installed

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Federal Tax Credits Will Help You Save Money

February 19, 2020

Purchasing a new heating or cooling system for your home is a big investment as a homeowner. So, when there is an opportunity to save money, it’s important to consider taking advantage of the deals! With federal tax credits having recently been reinstated, you can replace or upgrade your home’s system and save money at the same time. Here are some important details you should know about. Tax credits are available on qualifying systems that include heat pumps, central air conditioners, water heaters, and gas furnaces. They include up 10% of the cost up to $500

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How To Save Money With a Whole-Home Humidifier

January 11, 2020

There are several different ways a whole-home humidifier can help you save your hard-earned cash. It will allow you to keep your thermostat set lower, consequently lowering the amount of your utility bill. A humidifier can also reduce damage to some items of property, saving you from having to spend money replacing them. A Whole-Home System Versus Portable Humidifiers To accomplish the same goal with portable humidifiers, you would need to buy one for each room in your home. A whole-home humidifier is less expensive to operate and less expensive to purchase than an assortment of

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How to Save Energy During the Holidays

December 11, 2019

The cold days of the holiday season will cause your heating system to work overtime, and this will mean a rise in your utility bills. While this cannot be prevented, there are still ways to ensure that the energy bills do not get exorbitantly high. Seal All Drafts One of the first steps to take is to seal all cracks and other openings in the home. These can be found especially around doors and windows, but all you’ll need is some foam tape or caulking to take care of them. This way, the heated air

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