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Benefits of a Mini-Split System

What is it? Ductless Heat Pumps, also referred to as Mini-Split Systems could be the perfect addition to your home. Mini-splits are popular for their compact size, energy efficiency and ability to provide both heating and cooling. Prepare to SAVE money on electric bills One of the best features about a ductless system is that…

Posted in Air conditioning, Ductless heat pump, Rebates, Indoor Air Quality, HVAC

HVAC: Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

The meaning behind HVAC Let’s be honest, we may have all heard the term HVAC thrown around from time to time, but it’s a term that not many people are familiar with. Despite the term HVAC not being one of those daily conversation topics, it doesn’t lessen its importance. So, let’s get to it— HVAC…

Posted in Heating, Cooling, Air conditioning, Home improvement, HVAC

Get to Know the Washington Energy Team

  Meet Chris our Electrical Division Manager!  Chris has been a part of the WES team for 5 ½ months now! He is a great asset and brings lots of expertise, leadership and skills to the team! He says, “We have a great group of electricians at WES and I feel blessed to be able…

Posted in WES Team

Hydro-Peroxide for Indoor Air Quality

Why is an Air Purifier Beneficial to your Home? Air purification systems are becoming more and more important nowadays. By having an air purifier in your home, it can have a great deal of benefits to your overall health. Many air purification systems help reduce the growth of organisms within your home and effectively destroy…

Posted in Indoor Air Quality

The Science Behind the Anode Rod

What is the Anode Rod? Have you ever wondered how does a big metal tank full of water prevent itself from rusting? The answer is the anode rod. So, what is an anode rod and how does it work? Rust, or corrosion of metal, is created when water, oxygen and metal come in contact with…

Posted in Tank water heaters

Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

As many people have noticed, the air quality is at an all time low due to the raging wildfires in Washington State. The East side of the state has been hit particularly hard and strong winds has blown the smoke into the Puget Sound area. Scientific modeling and consensus shows poor air quality from smoke…

Posted in Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

SecureAire’s Effectiveness on Airborne Pathogens Including COVID-19

Learn about SecureAire’s effectiveness on airborne pathogens, with specific mention of COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. This article will summarize research with SecureAire® technology and its effectiveness at capturing and destroying airborne pathogens in any occupied space.

Posted in Seattle, Indoor Air Quality

Controlling airborne pathogens starts in the home

According to the EPA and the American Lung Association, indoor air can be up to ten times more polluted than outdoor air1. That’s because every home generates and traps millions of potentially harmful airborne particles, pathogens and gases that are constantly breathed and absorbed by everyone in the home. Even as air moves through your…

Posted in Seattle, Indoor Air Quality

Ready for Winter? Stay Comfortable in Any Season

For many people, having a functional space heater in the winter, and a functional air conditioner in the summer is an absolute necessity. In the modern world, this kind of control over the conditions in your home is one of the most empowering aspects of modern technology. Having confidence in the warmth or coolness of your living space, at any point of the year, can give you a great deal of peace of mind. Now imagine for a moment, if you could combine the cooling powers of your air conditioner, and the warming powers of your space heater, into a single machine. This is no far-off science fiction device; it’s a heat pump. 

Posted in Heating, Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

History of Home Heating

Let’s take a closer look at the history of home heating systems, to get a better idea of how people have been warming their homes since the first cities. 2500 BCE – 1400 AD: Ancient Furnaces ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ How does this relate to ancient home heating technology? One word: fireplaces….

Posted in Heating, Air conditioning, Ductless heat pump, Furnace, Heat pump

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