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!

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Air Conditioning Sounds FAQs: Which Ones Should You Not Ignore?

Air Conditioning Sound FAQs: Which Ones Should You Not Ignore? Over 87% of US homes have some kind of air-conditioning, and it’s a good idea to listen to your air conditioning sounds so you can notice when it makes a noise that’s unique or different. Air conditioning keeps us cool and comfortable. In fact, it is…

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How to Prepare For Heat-Related Emergencies this Summer

Too Hot To Handle: How to Prepare For Heat-Related Emergencies this Summer According to NASA, 2018 was the fourth warmest year since 1880. This is continuing a worldwide warming trend. In other words, get ready for a scorcher this summer. This global heat wave trend can cause families to experience heat-related conditions and emergencies. These include:…

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Why It’s Time To Kiss That Window AC Unit Goodbye

Why It’s Time To Kiss That Window AC Unit Goodbye Remember when you could live in Seattle and not really have to worry about turning on the air conditioner, with the exception of a few days out of the year? There would be that one week when it’s really hot, but otherwise, you didn’t really…

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12 Useful Tips for your new Air Conditioning System

First Air Conditioning System: 12 Useful HVAC Tips If Your New To Your Air Conditioning System When the summertime arrives, it can get quite uncomfortable, even inside your home. Thankfully, having a central air conditioning system can make your house nice and chill, but what if you’re new to having a new air conditioning system?…

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Ductless No More: What To Expect During Your HVAC Duct Installation

Ductless No More: What To Expect During Your HVAC Duct Installation Ensuring that your HVAC system is ready for summer is one thing. But, if you live in an area where summers are particularly hot and humid, then you’ll want to at least look into HVAC duct installation if you haven’t already. Upgrading your home…

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Sweet Relief: How to Lower Your Air Conditioning Costs This Summer

Sweet Relief: How to Lower Your Air Conditioning Costs This Summer A lower electric bill makes good financial sense and is a common desire for most homeowners in Seattle who currently consume on average a whopping 1037 kWh of energy every month. So how can you minimize the consumption of energy especially this summer? Well,…

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Seasonal HVAC maintenance: How to prepare for Summer

Seasonal HVAC Maintenance: How to Prepare for Summer Today, there are 1.6 billion air conditioning units in use worldwide. By 2050, this number looks like it’s going to go up to 5.6 billion units. These numbers make one thing clear: everyone likes to keep their house cool, and they’re willing to pay more to do it,…

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10 Ways to Improve your Air Conditioner Efficiency

Your air conditioner efficiency might not be working efficient and was one of the reasons your bills are getting high during summers. It’s important that you improve the efficiency of your air conditioner. You might be searching for a way to improve air conditioner efficiency and reduce your costs. Unfortunately, this may be easier said…

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Energy Efficiency of Decentralized vs Centralized HVAC System

Centralized HVAC System vs. Decentralized System, what’s the difference? Regulating the temperature inside a building is a major concern for its owners. The design, costs, and work involved to provide optimal comfort to tenants need a lot of thought and planning. With the trend of green buildings in vogue, an owner has to decide which…

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Air Conditioning Not Cooling House? 13 Common Reasons & Fixes

AC Not Cooling Your Home? 13 Common Reasons Why? About 87% of the population of the US have Air Conditioners in their homes. And that is the reason people spend a lot of money on their efficient home air conditioning. But, is your air conditioner not cooling your home anymore? Don’t sweat it, this could…

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Sweet, Sticky Summertime: The Most Common A/C Problems (And How to Avoid Them)

Sweet, Sticky Summertime: The Most Common A/C Problems (And How to Avoid Them) It’s not a well-kept secret – Americans love going outside during the summertime! This time of the year has warm weather favorable for fun outdoor activities such as going to the beach, barbequing, and exploring nature. Unfortunately, common A/C problems and not uncommon…

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Decisions, Decisions: What Kind of Thermostat Do I Need? A Buyer’s Guide for Homeowners

Decisions, Decisions: What Kind of Thermostat Do I Need? A Buyer’s Guide for Homeowners Did you know that the right thermostat can help you save up to 10% on heating and cooling costs per year? Of course, finding that perfect thermostat can be a bit tricky. There are so many types, and brands of thermostats on the market, and…

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