Ductless vs. Heat Pumps: What’s the Better Home Heating Option?

September 25th, 2023

Heat pumps are hailed as one of the most energy-efficient home heating options on the market, and while that’s true, ductless gives it a pretty good run for its money. They have their own pros and cons, so we’re going to run through a list of desirable features, where each of these machines fall in that category, and help you set up heating service in Bothell, WA so you can schedule an installation for your preferred heating system today.

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This Means Your Furnace is in Dire Need of Repair

September 11th, 2023

When winter bites, your furnace bites back harder. It heats your whole home quickly, allowing you to live out your day without shivering in the living room. It’s usually reliable, but now when you turn your furnace on, it doesn’t heat your home quite right. Now it’s starting and stopping before reaching the target temperature.

It’s something called short cycling, and it means you need furnace service in Bellevue, WA. But what is short cycling, and how can you fix it? Is it really a huge red flag? Don’t worry; we’ll answer all your questions right now.

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Is Ductless AC Really All That Great?

August 28th, 2023

Ductless air conditioning is powerful. We hear about it from friends, through online forums when we research our next home cooling purchase, but … is it really that great? There are apparent pros and cons that we identify as installers who work with them every day. If you’re considering switching to ductless air conditioning, this is what you need to know.

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AC Won’t Stop? Here’s How to Shut It Down

August 14th, 2023

Your thermostat tells your AC when to turn on, and when to turn off. It reads the air temperature, and sends simple “on” or “off” requests to the AC. But what happens when the AC never receives its “off” request?

The air conditioner doesn’t stop running, even when it’s cool enough in your home. That puts excessive stress on the system, not to mention your energy bills. You can’t just let it run continuously.

Spoiler alert: this ends in an air conditioning repair appointment, but in the meantime, you need to power down the air conditioner in a safe way. Let’s show you how to do that.

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Fix or Replace Your AC? Here’s How to Tell

July 17th, 2023

Your air conditioner has been through the thick of it with you. When it needs repairs, you hop to it quickly, and then all’s right with the world. But this time, your technician quotes you a number that makes you do a double-take.

How could the repair be that high? It comes down to age and wear and tear. Let’s talk about why that repair might be better off as air conditioning replacement instead, or if it’s actually worth fixing it up right now.

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Just How Effective Are Home Air Filtration Systems?

July 3rd, 2023

You read the news reports, pay attention to the world, and know that air quality isn’t exactly getting better. But the awful thing is, the air in your home is likely worse than the air that’s outside.

Nature does what it can do to filter air, but inside your home? It’s not quite as lucky. That’s why air filtration system installation is highly recommended, but before you install one of these extensive systems in your home, you might have one question: just how effective are they?

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Welcome to Our New Website

June 14th, 2023

Our new website is live and ready to help you find exactly the right service that you’re looking for. Scroll through our numerous services and ongoing, constantly evolving library of content around heating and air conditioning so that you can be prepared for everything that happens in your home.

This new website and blog was launched by iMarket Solutions. To learn how iMarket can expand your presence, visit www.imarketsolutions.com today.

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Our Blog to Help You With Heating and Air Conditioning

June 14th, 2023

Our new blog is dedicated to providing you with all the necessary information to stay in-the-know about your heating and air conditioning systems. With tips, tricks, and an ever-growing list of information and circumstances, we aim to help you identify every potential problem with your HVAC solution so you can know what’s going on in your own home.

If you don’t know what’s going on with your current system(s), give us a call right now so we can help you as soon as possible.

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Benefits of Installing Air Filtration Systems in Snohomish

April 2nd, 2023
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Are you debating whether installing air filtration systems are worth the investment in Snohomish? With air cleanliness more important than ever before, it’s definitely understandable that you’re interested in some type of air purification. While an HVAC specialist can provide unit specifics and availability, you’re likely most interested in how one of these systems will benefit you and your family. There are a number of great benefits to keep in mind as you consider options.

Assists with Allergies

Improving indoor air quality can have a huge impact for individuals with allergies, especially children and the elderly. Air filtration systems can help eliminate bothersome pet dander, pollen, bacteria and mold spores. It’s also often recommended for people with compromised immune systems. 

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Factors to Consider Before Purchasing an Air Filtration System in Mill Creek

March 13th, 2023
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With many different options available, it can be difficult to decide which air filtration system is best for your home in Mill Creek. The choice can be particularly difficult for families that’ve never worried about air filtration before. Whether you’re looking for a solution to relieve allergies or simply want to improve your HVAC unit’s efficiency, a heating and air contractor can provide the guidance you need. Keep these factors in mind as you seek the best solution for you and your household.

MERV Rating

Pay close attention to the filter options. All filters have a minimum efficiency reporting value, or MERV. Some products have much better ratings than others, however. Common filters have ratings from seven to 12. If you want to trap viruses and bacteria, however, look for a system that supports filters with a 16 to 20 MERV classification.

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