Different Types of Furnaces

November 28, 2016

There are three different types of furnaces available. There are a few things that factor into which kind will work for you. You should consider your heating requirements, duct work and insulation, size of you home and number of floors, and your budget. One of the certified technicians at Ballard Natural Gas Service can assist…

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Leaky Ducts, Leak Money

November 14, 2016

Ductwork is a hidden element that is crucial to your home comfort. Ductwork is the system by which warm or cool air circulates throughout your home. It is essential to have well maintained and cared for ductwork in your home. Most of it is hidden behind walls or in places that are not as frequently…

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Signs I Need to Replace My Furnace

October 25, 2016

A new furnace is a big investment and can be a heavy cost for any homeowner. It can be hard to make the decision replace your current furnace, every furnace will need to be replaced at some point in a home’s life. How do you know when it is time to say good bye to…

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Heat Pump Basics

October 6, 2016

Heat pumps capitalize on the fact that temperatures in the earth remain fairly constant when you dig just a few feet below the surface. Whether you live somewhere that temperatures fluctuate or somewhere with a more constant temperature, the temperature below the surface stays relatively the same. This is because the ground absorbs 47% of…

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Indoor Air Causing Allergies? Duct Cleaning is the Answer!

September 26, 2016

The fall can be a high allergen season, especially here in Seattle. And while we can’t manage the dust and debris that is in the air outside we can manage the dust and debris inside our homes. You can take control of your indoor air and help with some of the causes of fall allergies…

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What is Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

September 9, 2016

Ballard Natural Gas Service provides maintenance and service on all possible CO producing appliances as well as Carbon Monoxide detectors for your home and office. What is Carbon Monoxide? Carbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, tasteless gas. It is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon, or the incomplete burning of natural gas and other…

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The 4 Main Components of Your AC in Seattle

August 26, 2016

There are 4 main parts of your air conditioner, hopefully understanding this may help you to troubleshoot some of the problems you may have with your AC not cooling effectively. Condenser This is the outside metal unit. This is where the gas from the compressor is condensed into a liquid. The gas that enters the…

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Why is My Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

August 15, 2016

Summer in Seattle is time to enjoy cooling off by the pool or lake, but remember that while you are relaxing your AC is running all day. What happens when suddenly your air conditioning unit starts blowing hot air? Here is a few things that you should check: Check Your Thermostat Sometimes the simplest explanations…

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Summer Money Saving Tips in Seattle

July 21, 2016

With the dog days of summer in Seattle just around the corner you are probably close to running your AC all day and we at Ballard Natural Gas, want to go over some of the ways that you can save money and energy with your HVAC system this season. Saving money and energy in Seattle…

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Your Seattle Split System HVAC Replacement

July 7, 2016

Your split-system air conditioner has two components. There is outside and inside parts that have to work together like a team to achieve the right temperature for your Seattle home. They need to work together in unison to be the most efficient that they can. In most cases your furnace and air conditioner were installed…

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