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Gas Furnace Maintenance in Seattle, WA 98115
Other Maintenance in Seattle, WA 98133
“We were very pleased with Jesse and his promptness and courtesy plus the knowledge and good work that he provided for our furnace and heat pump. However, in the report that he sent to us there is no comment on two categories for the heat pump–Electrical disconnect condition and Contactor condition and one category for the gas furnace–carbon monoxide level. We would greatly appreciate that those items on the check list be updated as a part of our annual maintenance. Thank you”
– Randee E.
Heat Pump Maintenance in Seattle, WA 98103
“The maintenance experience on our heat pump and tankless water heater was great. Communication beforehand was clear and thorough, with texts and a call from the technician to let me know his arrival time. Jesse was very personable and knowledgeable and was happy to explain what he was doing as well as discuss cold-weather heat pump issues and water heater recirculation questions.”
– WALTER M.
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At Ballard Natural Gas, we know what an investment your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is in your home. That’s why time and time again we recommend regular preventative maintenance on all your HVAC units. You need to invest in your investment.
It is no secret that your oven will toast your house up and cooking on a cold day is nice sometimes, but on a hot day it will warm your house up in an unnecessary way. Try to utilize the opportunity you might have to cook outside.
Our professionals at Ballard Natural Gas want you to have a reliable air conditioning system before, during, and after a storm. Here are some tips on helping you protect your air conditioner investment.
Turn on your ceiling fan when you’re home while raising the temperature on your thermostat to save energy costs and keep your home feeling cool. Make sure that your fan is rotating counter-clockwise to blow the air straight down and therefore feel cool.