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Eight tips for upgrading heating in Seattle homes

Seattle is gifted with a fairly mild and temperate climate. We don’t have the same harsh winters as cities on the same latitudinal parallel on the East Coast. However, it does get cold here for a few months, and during that time you certainly want a heating system that efficiently gets the job done. For property owners seeking…

Posted in : Heating

Fall weather is on the horizon… is your home ready?

Rainy days and windstorms don’t have to get you down. In fact, you may not even notice them at all. If rain and windstorms are in the forecast (as they seem to be more and more), consider installing a generator from Washington Energy. Not only will your Honeywell standby generator work hard for the long…

Posted in : Heating

How can you benefit from a furnace upgrade?

An efficient home heating system will provide the level of comfort you want throughout the winter season at the lowest cost possible. If it’s nearly time for new furnace installation in your home, choosing a high-efficiency furnace product offers many clear advantages. Even if your existing furnace is in relatively good shape, it’s still important…

Posted in : Heating, Furnace

Residential boilers: the classically efficient choice

How do boilers work? These classic heating systems operate by warming water to a preset temperature and circulating that fluid in pipes throughout a dwelling. And when we say classic, we mean it—the first boiler was invented in the late 1700’s. While boilers may often be associated with commercial buildings, schools, or other large structures,…

Posted in : Heating, Tankless water heaters

Is your furnace ready for fall?

Show it a little TLC. Fall is the perfect season to schedule a furnace service, repair, or tune-up. The coldest days of winter are not an ideal time to start thinking about this—do it now before your furnace gets kicked into high gear. Call Washington Energy for the following furnace services: Precision Tune-Up: This 37-point…

Posted in : Heating

The Positive Impact of Air Duct Cleaning on Indoor Allergies

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, approximately 50 million Americans suffer from nasal allergies. As many as 40% of children and 30% of adults in the United States have some form of allergies, and this number appears to be growing. If you or any member of your family is suffering from persistent…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

Signs of a failing HVAC system

While regular maintenance will ensure you get the best performance and greatest longevity from your furnace, air conditioner, boiler, or heat pump, the time will come when replacement is a smart investment in your home comfort and your home energy consumption. Knowing how to spot the signs of a failing HVAC system gives you a…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, Home energy audit

Planning a Bellevue home improvement project? Remember your HVAC system!

Home improvement projects are a great way to enjoy more square footage, increased home value, and an updated living space in Bellevue, Washington. However, during the planning stages of any home addition or renovation, it’s also important to consider your current HVAC system and how your new space will affect its efficiency. Because HVAC systems…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

Exploring thermostat basics for home comfort

How tThermostats work All thermostats work via the same principle. Through either mechanical or electrical means, the thermostat measures the ambient air temperature in your home and compares it to the temperature you have set as your desired comfort level. During the summer, if your set point is below the ambient temperature, your thermostat will…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

The role of HVAC maintenance in home comfort

  Better efficiency HVAC efficiency is essential when it comes to enjoying comfort at home. A furnace or air conditioner that is not efficient will both consume more energy to generate heated or cooled air, as well as perform poorly when distributing that conditioned air to the rest of your home. This may result in…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling

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