So you’ve decided to buy a heat pump for your home. Here’s our guide to buying a heat pump in the moderate climate of the Snohomish and East King County areas. First, let’s break down the differences between air-source and split-ductless heat pumps, as well as how these heat pumps work.
Before things get chilly, it’s time to call your local home heating contractor. A little maintenance goes a long way toward preventing unpleasant and far more costly heating mishaps. Here are a few things a home heating contractor can do to help you prepare for fall.
Are you looking for an energy-efficient alternative to traditional air conditioners and furnaces? If so, consider installing a heat pump.
If you’re like most homeowners, you do your best to guard against emergencies. But you may have forgotten something important: maintaining your furnace.
Heat pumps can not only keep you warm in the winter, but also cool your home in the summer. These multi-purpouse appliances can be a great addition to any home.
Are you tired of hot, stuffy days when the heat just won’t go away? Do you find yourself sitting in front of a fan all day or cranking the AC up to the max? Don’t despair: there are other ways to keep your home livable. Here are ten tips you can use to stay cool this summer regardless of whether you have an AC.
With summer right around the corner, now it is the perfect time to make sure your air conditioning (AC) system is working correctly. AC units require routine maintenance to function properly.
The air quality inside your home can severely impact your overall quality of life. Airborne particles such as dust, pollen, bacteria, pet dander and mold can trigger allergies.