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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FAQ’s – What are the top 10 furnace Repair problems? Are you concerned about furnace repair? Well, there’s nothing quite like the first morning of crisp fall weather. You step out to get the paper and feel the slight chill in the air. Then, you go to turn on your heat for the first time…

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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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How to Choose the Right Heating Contractors in Seattle Do you need to choose the right heating contractor for your home? Here is the top three things you need to make sure you are using a legitimate contractor. 1. Are they licensed and bonded? We proudly post our contractors license as proof Wa State #FISCHHC854N5…

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Home Heating Basics: Residential Boiler Systems Home heating systems are an amazing innovation bringing comfort to families around the world. When the winter season begins, you immediately appreciate how convenient it is to have central heating. The heart of a heating system is the appliance responsible for producing heat. In most households around the US, this…

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Instant Hot Water Dispenser System: Should you install one? By definition, an instant hot water dispenser system refers to a system or appliance which instantly delivers hot water at the point of use. The water temperature coming from a hot water dispenser is around 201 °F or close to the boiling point. But there is…

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Heat Pump Life Expectancy in Seattle: How Long Do They Last? The weather in your area has a big effect on a heat pump’s longevity. When the area experiences longer and colder winters, the heat pump runs longer, which can shorten its lifespan. Seattle’s climate is temperate marine or oceanic. It’s characterized by a few…

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