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Think Like a Pro When Replacing Your Heating Systems

From urgent need to thoughtful upgrade, there are many reasons to replace heating systems. Before your furnace, heat pump or boiler fails, get the inside scoop on heating replacement from our pros. Considering these four scenarios can put you in the driver’s seat to make the best decision for your home comfort needs. When It’s…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, Ductless heat pump, Heat pump, How to, Tips to save money

5 ways to beat the heat wave

Revamp or install air conditioning. Sure, this one is obvious. In weather like this, air conditioning creates an oasis for you and your family. You may hear people say that air conditioning is “not necessary in the Northwest.” Wrong! With each passing summer, rising temperatures necessitate air conditioning. Luckily for homeowners, cooling systems continue to…

Posted in : Windows, Cooling, Air conditioning, Ductless heat pump, Home energy audit, Heat pump, Insulation

The many benefits of maintaining your A/C

In our last couple blog posts, we’ve discussed cooling systems: why spring is a great time to finally install a cooling system and why the PNW can benefit from ductless air systems. Here are a few benefits of performing regular maintenance on this summer-saving workhorse. Less repairs mean less cost. Regular air conditioner maintenance can catch…

Posted in : Cooling, Air conditioning, Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

Ductless heat pumps and the PNW

If you’re ready to feel cool this summer, you should consider a ductless heat pump. These energy efficient units can give your home the cool temperatures you want, without the installation, servicing or changing of duct work. Not surprisingly, it’s the perfect solution for homes without ducts, such as those with baseboard heating, wall or…

Posted in : Cooling, Air conditioning, Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

Heat pumps vs. furnaces

Furnaces are the traditional means of heating buildings. These devices use fuel to generate heat and then use a fan to circulate this heat through the building. There are gas furnaces, oil furnaces and electric furnaces. Heat pumps act as sort of a reverse air conditioner. Instead of transferring heat from inside the building to…

Posted in : Heating, Furnace, Heat pump

Save money with PSE energy rebates and Washington Energy

Home improvements are a great way to update and improve your home, but they can do more than beautify your space and increase your property’s value. Many of the most popular home improvement projects can also help you reduce your energy consumption and save money as well by offering lower energy costs over the long…

Posted in : Home energy audit, Heat pump

Heat pump and air conditioning maintenance

  Below are simple actions you can take to help prevent any system breakdowns during the hot days of summer! Cooling conservation To comfortably cool your home, your heat pump or air conditioner must remove both heat and humidity. Don’t turn your system off even though you will be away all day. On a hot…

Posted in : Air conditioning, Heat pump

Cash for energy clunkers

But first things first: products don’t last forever. As your home’s comfort systems get older, they become inefficient and costly. That’s why for a limited time (Until 11/30/2015) you can trade in your old heating and cooling systems, windows, siding, tankless water heaters, generators, and gas fireplaces for 20% off replacements and installation from Washington…

Posted in : Windows, Heating, Cooling, Siding, Heat pump, Tankless water heaters, Gas fireplace

From the Washington Energy mailbag: heat pump vs. propane

“I’ve been reading your articles on heating and cooling with a heat pump vs. AC with great interest. Being from Northern Nevada and now living in Graham, WA, I’m rather suspicious of heat pumps. My wife and I just bought a house that needs renovation which includes replacing the heat pump. I’m used to the…

Posted in : Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

Update: We put the heat on HVAC scammers

Someone out there was trying to take advantage of our good name to sell poor service and confuse the public. The BBB investigated further and issued this alert which reminds customers to only work with certified and experienced contractors (like Washington Energy Services). The BBB serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington has uncovered a group…

Posted in : Heating, Heat pump

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