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Safeguard Your Home in Freezing Temps

Plumbing Tips Leave the Water Dripping As water freezes it expands which leads to burst pipes and expensive water damage. The best protection is to ensure all lines are insulated. As a reliable fail-safe when temperatures drop below freezing, we recommend leaving one faucet on so that a drip leaves the faucet every second or…

Posted in : Heating

HVAC Facts and Information

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, Home improvement, Air conditioning, HVAC

Tank and Tankless Water Heaters

What’s the Difference Between Tank and Tankless Water Heaters? Your water heater provides you with a steady supply of hot water, these appliances give you confidence every time you turn on the tap for a bath or to do the dishes. However, there are many distinctions and varieties of water heaters, and understanding these will…

Posted in : Heating, Tank water heaters, Tankless water heaters

Learning About Heat Pumps and Ductless Heat Pumps

What Is a Heat Pump? Heat pumps work differently than traditional heaters and air conditioners. Instead of burning fuel like heaters, they simply transfer existing heat from the ground air to the desired location. This means that instead of creating new heat or cold air, a heat pump re-appropriates heat, using a refrigerant, in order…

Posted in : Heating, Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

How to Choose the Right Furnace for Your Home

What to look for in a furnace A furnace is responsible for keeping your home warm and comfortable. It does this by heating the air and distributing it throughout your home via electricity, oil or natural gas.  Energy Source Out of the three energy sources furnaces are fueled by, gas is the most popular, economic…

Posted in : Heating

Hassle-Free Maintenance From Washington Energy Services

Join our Guardian Maintenance Club Safeguard your home-comfort investment. Get automatic annual tune-ups at discounted membership rates. The HVAC equipment for your home needs to be maintained every year to keep your systems running efficiently and effectively.  Do you have a system that needs maintenance?  Heating & cooling tune-ups Furnaces and air handlers Heat pumps…

Posted in : Home improvement, Heating

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

Facts about World Environment Day

Since 1974 the United Nations has lead the celebration for World Environment Day on June 5th annually. It is celebrated in over 100 countries as a day to encourage awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Each year there is a different theme and host country with 2019’s theme being “Beat Air Pollution”…

Posted in : Cooling, Indoor Air Quality, Heating

Severe NW heatwave & drought predictions

Not only are we going into summer with predictions about some of the hottest summers in Washington, but we’re expecting one of the driest. Over the past couple summers we have seen increasingly drier and hotter summers with summer of 2019 keeping that trend alive. The National Weather Service & NOAA is predicting over 60%…

Posted in : Seattle, Heating, Cooling, Air conditioning

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