In this blog post, we will look at 10 key questions you should ask any HVAC contractor before hiring them.
HVAC Tips & Tricks Blog
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.
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.
Routine furnace maintenance (and heat pump maintenance, if you have a heat pump) is one of the best ways to avoid energy waste. If your heating system isn’t working at its best, it may take a lot more energy to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Here are a few tips to help you keep your heating bills down and avoid energy waste.
At Paragon, we’re here to help you choose the right furnace and get it installed correctly. In this blog, we’ve put together some tips to help you choose a good contractor and have a smooth installation.
You and your family need strategies to beat the heat. If you are a PNW resident, here are some ways to keep yourself cool in hot weather – even if your home doesn’t have air conditioning right now.
Whether you are moving to the Pacific Northwest from out of state or are simply moving into a newly built house, it is good to know if your home is built with central AC in mind. Even if it is not, Paragon can help find the right heating and cooling options that fit your needs.
Heat pumps are a popular option for homeowners looking to keep their homes cool and comfortable in the summer. Here is why heat pumps are a good idea in the PNW.
At Paragon, we help homeowners find, install, and maintain the best heating and air conditioning systems for their homes. Read on to find out which model is right for your needs!
There are many options for cooling your Pacific Northwest home. If your house already has the ductwork for it, central air conditioning might be the best solution for you.