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Winter is coming. Is your furnace ready?

What is a furnace tune-up? A furnace tune-up from Washington Energy Services offers a comprehensive, 37-point inspection of your system. Our NATE-certified (North American Technician Excellence) technician will complete the following: Remove and clean flame sensor, burners, pressure port, condensate drain system Inspect heat exchangers Check/adjust inlet gas pressure, outlet low-fire gas pressure, hi-fire gas pressure…

Posted in : Heating, Furnace, Tips to save money

Three tips for saving money as the weather changes

As the weather cools down, your thermostat slowly begins to creep up. Your home may start to feel a bit drafty and your hot showers get a bit longer. There is hope — here are three ways to combat higher energy bills. Time your heat. It’s tempting to crank that heat every time you feel…

Posted in : Windows, Heating, Ductless heat pump, Tank water heaters, Furnace, Home energy audit, Tankless water heaters, Gas fireplace, Insulation

How to improve air quality in a pet-friendly home

Dander — tiny pieces of skin that get sloughed off in the air — is the main culprit. For individuals with pet allergies or asthma, and even those without, too much dander in the air can worsen symptoms and increase discomfort. As pet owners, we have a responsibility to keep our indoor air quality clean…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, How to

5 reasons to add a gas fireplace insert to your home

Stay warm & save money in Seattle with Gas Fireplace Inserts. Stay warm, save money. Gas fireplace inserts are zone-heating champions, meaning they provide substantial warmth in a specific room or area. If your gas fireplace insert is located in the room where you or your family reside most, such as a living or family…

Posted in : Heating, Gas fireplace

Ways to love your home

Your home should be an oasis—a respite from work, traffic, and the general go-go-go outside your front door. If you’re feeling lukewarm towards your home, here are five ways to upgrade and love it once again. Warm it up, already. February is a chilly month in the PNW. The persistent rain and cold temperatures are…

Posted in : Heating

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

Five reasons why you need a smart thermostat now

Think about how often your heater or air conditioner is running when you’re not at home. Now, consider this: Heating and cooling accounts for nearly half of the average homeowner’s energy bill. A smart thermostat can help cut the waste while keeping your home comfortable year round. Some of the advantages of these devices include:…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

Tips to prepare your home for freezing temperatures

Plumbing tips Leave the water running 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 so….

Posted in : Heating

Thinking about DIY’ing your furnace repair? Think again.

  It’s just not safe. Unsurprisingly, this is the number one reason not to repair your own furnace, as doing so can have major safety and health ramifications. If your furnace is powered by natural gas, improper repair can lead to dangerous leaks that can expose your family to toxic fumes and the risk of…

Posted in : Heating

Isn’t it time you elected to save money?

Trade in your clunker and save. Fall and winter is a time for family and relaxation—not clanking furnaces, drafty windows, or frigid showers. Now’s the time to adopt an “out with the old, in with the new” policy with our cash for clunkers deal. It’s easy! Give us a call to come out and pick…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

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