Let’s create a warmer, more efficient home.
Bryant Evolution Series Furnaces
Premium models with advanced comfort technology and superior efficiency ratings.View Models
Bryant Preferred Series Furnaces
High performance furnace models for energy efficiency and comfort, top quality at a great value.View Models
Bryant Legacy Series Furnaces
Entry-level furnace models that provide cozy comfort and efficiency at an affordable price.View Models
Year-round heating and cooling for all-around comfort.
Go ductless for heating and cooling that’s efficient and quiet.
Ductless Heat Pumps
For whole home coverage. Ideal for converting from electric baseboard heat to get significant energy savings & rebates.View Models
Ductless Heat Pumps
Heat & cool 1 zone (open area) up to 1000 sq. ft. Ideal for extra rooms or a set-apart space that need increased comfort.View Models
Meet the perfect match for your current heating or cooling system.
Bryant Evolution Series
Air Handler FE4
Top efficiency in an electric furnace with variable speed control.Learn More
Bryant Preferred Series
Air Handler FV4
Eco-friendly electric heat with reliable comfort and energy savings.Learn More
Bryant Legacy Series
Air Handler FX4
Bryant quality at a great value. Electric heat can be economical.Learn More
It’s time to get cozy… and stylish.
40, 34 & 22 Gas Fireplaces
The innovative Fiberflame burner gives a realistic glow of burning embers.Learn More
Realize optimum efficiency with boilers and radiant heating.
A sophisticatedLearn More
condensing boiler with an 85% efficient ENERGY STAR rating and attractive exterior.
Navien Condensing Combi Gas Boiler
The Navien Condensing combi boiler offers green solutions for hydronic heating with Low NOx emissions.Learn More
Space and water heating in one. With superior GPM flow rate and compact design, Intellihot Combi Boilers deliver.Learn More
Putting comfort and service first.
It’s not just about hot air and cold air. It’s about comfort, stability, and savings. From each product we carry to every installation we undertake, your needs, budget, and peace of mind always remain at the forefront of our efforts. After all, we’re not just heating or cooling a house. We’re creating a more comfortable place to call home.
Learn more about heating and cooling below, or call us at 800-398-4663.
Frequently Asked Heating Questions
Why use Washington Energy Services for heating and cooling?
Our passion speaks for itself. We have been heating the Puget Sound area since 1957, growing our services and expertise to offer the largest HVAC service area in Western Washington. Check out our service map to see if we service your area.
In short, heating and air conditioning are what we do best.
Am I ready for a furnace replacement?
If you hear your furnace making strange noises such as popping, banging, rattling or squealing, or if your furnace blower turns on excessively or occasionally blows cold air, it may be time for replacement.
What is the difference between a heat pump and furnace?
Heat pumps, which sit outside your home, use electricity to pull heat out of the outside air, providing both heating and air conditioning for your home. Heat pumps are an ideal choice for our region, as temperatures rarely drop below freezing. For those colder days, a back up gas furnace or electric air handler will ensure year-round comfort.
When looking into furnace replacement, consider adding a heat pump to create a hybrid system. Doing so will allow you to achieve optimal efficiency, low energy bills, and increased comfort.
Still wondering which system is right for you? No problem. Take a look at this additional information about selecting the right heating system.
What is a hybrid heating system and how does it work?
My home doesn’t have ducting installed, what are my options for a heating system?
A more efficient and cost-effective option is to install a ductless heat pump, which is an efficient electrical heating system. Ductless heat pumps are powerful enough to provide your entire home with sufficient heat and air conditioning. Plus, there are significant rebates available for adding ductless split systems to your electrically-heated home.
Alternative heating methods include installing a gas fireplace insert (yes they heat!) and/or a freestanding stove.
Is a ductless heat pump a good fit for my home?
Converting from electric or baseboard heat to a ductless heat pump can save homeowners 20-50% on their electric heating bill. Plus, no duct work is required for operation. You may even be eligible for utility rebates up to $1200 for converting from electric to ductless. Ductless heat pumps are available in single zone and mini split systems, allowing for sufficient heating options for a variety of home sizes. We install ductless systems in single family homes, condos, and up to 4-plex multifamily homes.
What is the difference between AFUE & SEER?
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency)
Heating equipment, tankless water heaters, and boilers come in several levels of efficiency, i.e. 80% 90%, 95% AFUE and up to 98% AFUE. Anything that heats with natural gas or propane will be rated using this basis. AFUE tells you the amount of heat you get compared to the amount of fuel (typically natural gas or propane) that you put in. So 80% AFUE means 80% of the fuel becomes heat and 20% is wasted. With gas bills going up, it can pay to have a 95-98% furnace–you could lower your heating costs by 15% or more.
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio)
The SEER rating of a unit is the cooling output during a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same period. It is an equivalent measure of ability to produce cooling using electricity. Why is this on the heating page? Because heat pumps and ductless heat pumps produce both heating and cooling and are electrically-run systems. So when you investigate heat pumps, you will see SEER ratings. You will also see HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor), which is the heating output rating for heat pumps.
[faq number=’8′]Do I qualify for heating rebates?[/faq]
Washington Energy works with Puget Sound Energy, Tacoma Power, Peninsula Light, Seattle City Light, Snohomish County PUD, and Cascade Natural Gas to provide local utility rebates for heating products. These rebates vary depending on the product being installed. We can sell and install qualifying heating systems. There is no longer a federal energy tax credit for furnaces and heat pumps.
What is an HVAC contractor?
Washington Energy Services is proud to be a member of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), an association that represents both heating and cooling issues, and advocates for the establishment of codes, standards, best practices, and government policies.
What makes a good heating and cooling installer?