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Gas Furnace Maintenance in Seattle, WA 98115
“The fellow who recently did a service check on our furnace was professional, knowledgeable and friendly, answering my questions clearly.”
– Carl W.
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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