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Home Comfort Solutions

Serving Snohomish & East King Counties

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*No extra charge for Saturday service during customer service hours (8am-1pm).
After hours service available with additional on-call charge.

Paragon Heating and Home Comfort Solutions is a Local Washington HVAC Contractor that Serves the Local Snohomish, Everett, Bellevue, and Sammamish Community.

We are proud of our tradition of excellence serving homeowners in the Snohomish & East King County areas. We specialize in furnace installation and repair. We also install and repair air-conditioning systems. We pride ourselves on high quality workmanship, exceptional service,and trustworthiness.

“Paragon Heating is a great company! Excellent service!

— Jane, Everett, WA

Heat Pumps

A heat pump does the job of an A/C & furnace without burning fuel.

Ductless Mini-Splits

A mini-split is an add-on to houses with non-ducted heating stystems.

Gas & Electric Furnaces

We install, maintain, and repair gas & electric furnaces.


High-quality home thermostats for all budgets and needs.

Water Heaters

We install & service traditional tank or tankless water heaters.

Duct Cleaning

Duct Cleaning is an important component in improving your indoor air quality.

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HVAC Tips & Tricks Blog

My Furnace Won’t Turn On! What Should I Do?

My Furnace Won’t Turn On! What Should I Do?

There are a number of reasons why your furnace might not turn on. In some cases, you may be able to fix the problem yourself even with minimal HVAC knowledge. In other cases, you should call a professional furnace repair technician.

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The 4 Best Heating Options for Energy Efficiency

The 4 Best Heating Options for Energy Efficiency

If your heat pump or furnace is nearing 15 years of age, it’s time for it to be replaced. Since heat pumps are used year-round for heating and cooling, they don’t last as long as other heating units. Though a well-maintained furnace can last up to twenty years, it is a good idea to get it replaced before winter hits.

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