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Improve Indoor Air Quality During Wildfire Smoke

Many will remember last year when Seattle had the unenviable distinction of having five times worse air quality than Beijing during another year of wildfire smoke inundating the Puget Sound.  https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/air-quality-in-seattle-currently-worse-than-beijing/813714101 Scientific modeling and consensus shows poor air quality from smoke may be increasing in the near future.  While the long term factors (increases in…

Posted in Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

3 Technical Window Features Explained

If you’ve decided to take the plunge and invest in new windows, do your research ahead of time. Windows vary in quality, features, and benefits. Oftentimes the explanation of these benefits can get a bit complicated, so we’ve broken down three of the most common (and slightly technical) terms and features below.

Posted in Windows

5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

In general, a good furnace typically lasts about 20 to 25 years. Great maintenance, including regular inspection by heating and cooling system experts, can extend the life of a furnace by a few years. Furnaces that have reached the end of their useful life can cause big spikes in your power bill. They can also…

Posted in Furnace, Tips to save money

5 Seasonal Remodeling Hacks for Homeowners

Being a savvy shopper isn’t just about the weekly ads or coupons. Get trade-secrets with this article on the Top 5 Seasonal Remodeling Hacks for 2019. Learn when to investing in your home’s remodel that will save you thousands.

Posted in How to, Tips to save money, Home improvement

10 Remodel Ideas To Make Your Pets Happy

For some, these changes will involve large renovations, and for others,small alterations to the layout of a particular room will do the trick. If you’re thinking about making some changes to your home that your pet will love, consider the following suggestions. But first, take note: Remodels are messy and can even be dangerous for…

Posted in Ductless heat pump, How to, Home improvement

5 Home Protection Tips You Should Know

✓ 1. Caulking & Weather-stripping Reducing leaks around windows, doors and chimneys in your home will result in considerable annual energy savings. Caulking and weatherstripping are two simple and effective air-sealing techniques that offer quick returns on investment, often one year or less. Caulk is generally used for cracks and openings between stationary house components…

Posted in Doors, How to, Generators, Home improvement

3 Reasons Smart Homes Are The Future

✓ Energy Efficiency We’re Washington Energy Services—you know we have to talk about energy efficiency! Smart home technology allows products and appliances to operate using the lowest amount of energy possible. The Bryant Housewise™ Wi-Fi® Thermostat is a great example, as it completely manages and assesses your home’s heating and cooling settings to operate at…

Posted in Heating, Cooling, News, Home improvement, Smart Home

Heat Pumps: Your Questions Answered

What is a heat pump, and how does it differ from an air conditioner? We have an awesome post that explains the difference between heat pumps and air conditioners in detail, but the gist is this: An air conditioning system, like your fridge, absorbs heat from air that passes over the coil, and the resulting cool…

Posted in Cooling, Air conditioning, Heat pump, Home improvement

Why Home-Comfort Brands Matter

Heat Pumps Washington Energy Services selects only the best products to install in our customers’ homes. For a heat pump that checks all the boxes, Bryant is the only way to go. Selection Bryant doesn’t offer a one-size-fits-all heat pump. After all, every home and budget is different. The manufacturer’s Preferred™ Series provides economical, flexible…

Posted in Ductless heat pump, Tank water heaters, Home improvement, Seattle

A Brief History of Air Conditioning

Nowadays we have a hard time imagining the sweltering hot temperature of some locales without the luxury of a cool breeze from the central air conditioner blowing in our face. But in fact, people lived for centuries without cooling appliances. When did the need for cool air indoors arise, and where does the invention of…

Posted in Cooling, Air conditioning

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