Blog Articles About Residential Heating and Air Conditioning

If you live in the Seattle area then you know it can get cold, but it's not the mid-west kind of cold. It's a damp cold that can chill you to the bone. No one dies from frostbite in Seattle, we just grow webbed feet and wander around in the grey mist of winter. Let Fischer Heating and Air Conditioning bring some warmth back into your life with a new HVAC system designed specifically for your home. Don't suffer another day with a cold home, call Fischer today!

Old Water Heaters Are Dangerous: Fact Or Fiction?

Old Water Heaters Are Dangerous: Fact Or Fiction? The water heater in your home is a large appliance that has the potential to cause much damage when things go wrong. Many people have heard that old water heaters can be significantly dangerous, sometimes even causing explosions. When it comes to old water heaters posing a…

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Is Your Water Heater Raising Your Bill? What You Must Know

Is Your Water Heater Raising Your Bill? What You Must Know The water heater in your home is one of the most energy-hungry appliances in your home. So when your water heater is not working optimally, it has the potential to raise your monthly bill for running this device. So, how do you know if…

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how to choose a heating and air conditioning contractor in seattle

Finding an Amazing Air Conditioning – Heating Contractor

Finding an Amazing Air Conditioning – Heating Contractor Do you need a heating contractor for your Seattle home? If you do, please keep in mind that your choice of a reputable contractor for the job matters. Choose Fischer Heating as your heating contractor, because you are sure that we will only send you a NATE certified…

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Seattle Heating Systems Which Ones are Right for This Climate?

Seattle Heating Systems Which Ones are Right for This Climate? Seattle heating systems often vary and which one you choose depends on where you live in Washington. Seattle’s climate is more or less balanced, thanks in no small part to the moderation by the Pacific Ocean, Puget Sound, and Lake Washington. With extreme temperatures being…

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Hot Water Heater Repair: When to Call a Technician

Hot Water Heater Repair : When to Call a Technician Hot Water Heater Repair is not really the best option for the most part, many hot water heaters need replacing after 10 years. So it’s just not as cost-effective to repair a hot water heater. Space heating makes up the largest energy expense in every…

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Best Heat Pump for Your Home FAQ’s

Best Heat Pump for Your Home FAQ’s Demand for the best heat pump is on the rise in the United States, with 2.94 million air-source units shipped in 2018. That was an increase of 1.07 million since 2008. Maybe you’ve thought about getting one yourself, but you’re not sure which is the best heat pump for…

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WHAT ARE THE COMMON FURNACE PROBLEMS?

Most Common Furnace Problems and Their Solutions Your Furnace not working? The answer is simpler than you would expect. According to HVAC experts, almost 75% of no-heat calls are due to a lack of maintenance by the homeowner. Most homeowners don’t know how to repair common furnace problems & what they should be doing to…

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What Temperature Should I Set My Air Conditioner In Summer?

So what temperature you should set the air conditioner in summer you ask? Recently, we’ve had one of our hottest summers in 140 years of recording temperatures. In fact, while 59.9 degrees Fahrenheit was the 20th-century average thermometer reading, the reading for June 2019 has averaged 1.71 degrees above that. Luckily, we have air conditioning…

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My AIR CONDITIONER LEAKING WATER? – Fischer Heating

My AIR CONDITIONER LEAKING WATER? HERE’S WHY & HOW TO FIX IT? Is your air conditioner leaking water all of a sudden? Over 100 million homes in the United States have air conditioning. For the most part, they’re scattered over the southern part of the country where the heat rises to its hottest. In some…

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How To Lower Humidity In Your Home

How to Lower Humidity in Your Home During Summer

Is Your Home Agonizingly Humid? How to Lower Humidity Today! The top three things you can do to lower the humidity in your home during the summer are 1. Get a Dehumidifier, 2. Take a Cold Shower, 3. Turn on the Fans. These three things can make a big impact to reduce the overall humidity…

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Broken Furnace

Broken Furnace 6 Signs That You Have one and how to fix them

Broken Furnace 6 Signs That You Have one and how to fix it Broken Furnace in Seattle can be fairly uncomfortable, especially if it gets down into the ’30s. And it’s on nights like this that you don’t want to wake up to find there is no heat. Fortunately, there are some signs you can…

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HVAC Company in Seattle

FAQ’s for Choosing the Right HVAC Company

FAQ’s for Choosing the Right HVAC Company When you’re searching for an HVAC company in Seattle, you shouldn’t have too hard of a time tracking one down. There are, after all, more than 100,000 HVAC companies in the U.S. today. This makes it easy for homeowners to find HVAC companies in their specific areas. But finding a…

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