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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

3 reasons to spend your tax refund on your home

Here are three reasons why you should use that tax refund to invest in the comfort of your home—where life happens. We’re in for a hot summer. If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you know that our summers have grown increasingly toasty over the past few years. According to the Farmer’s Almanac and the…

Posted in Windows, Air conditioning

Spring cleaning for your ducts!

While cleaning up the area around your HVAC system and scheduling a spring tune-up are great ways to keep your heating and cooling system in great repair, it’s also important to consider the condition of your home’s ductwork. Duct cleaning is a professional service that removes dirt, dust, and other buildup from inside your home’s…

Posted in Air conditioning, Furnace

Don’t be bamboozled by these 5 home energy myths

In the spirit of April Fools’ Day, we’re exposing a few of these myths so that you can save yourself from being bamboozled. MYTH #1: Leaving the lights on saves more energy than turning them off and on. The story goes that leaving the lights on for short periods of time saves more energy than…

Posted in 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

5 home maintenance tips to help you spring into spring

These five tips are a great place to start. Recover from winter window wallops. Your windows take a beating in the winter. Harsh wind, frozen temperatures, and sheets of rain can weaken the seal around your windows. Take a look at your windows’ caulking and weather stripping to ensure they’ve stayed intact. If you see…

Posted in Windows, Air conditioning

Getting your home A/C ready for spring in Seattle

Throughout the winter season, keeping your heating system functioning efficiently is your main concern. However, even while it’s not in use, it’s important to continue caring for your air conditioner to prevent problems in the spring. Although warm weather may still be a few weeks away, there are several steps you can take today to…

Posted in Cooling, Air conditioning

Is it time to re-side your home?

But we just painted a few years ago! Is there some way to lower the maintenance and cost? And that doesn’t look cheesy? Yes, new siding. Siding not only protects your house but good siding can add energy efficiency. But it’s a major investment, so how do you know when it’s really time to re-side….

Posted in Siding

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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