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Why Is Remodeling My Home in the Fall or Winter a Better Time? Female couple choosing swatch colors.

Why Is Remodeling My Home in the Fall or Winter a Better Time?

October 27, 2023

When you come out of winter’s hibernation, you are ready for a change. Warmer weather prompts many a project. You may begin a plan to get healthy, so you adopt new eating habits and exercise. Or maybe you decide to change up your nest. 

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What Do Air Purifiers and Air Filters Do?

October 13, 2023

A tightly sealed home prevents conditioned air from escaping, allowing your home to maintain a consistent temperature for longer periods. That means your air conditioner (AC), furnace, or heat pump can run less to keep you comfortable.

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Why You Need Whole-House Humidity Control

September 29, 2023

When indoor plumbing became more popular in the 1940s, a whole new level of comfort and convenience began for homeowners. However, with that convenience came new challenges. One of those challenges is controlling humidity levels so they remain safe and comfortable inside your home. According to HVAC.com, the ideal humidity level is between 30 percent and 50 percent.

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Fall HVAC Maintenance

September 15, 2023

Fall is the ideal season to schedule a much-needed checkup. Once you switch off the air conditioner (AC), your heater needs to be primed so that your Ballard home stays warm and cozy this winter.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

August 30, 2023

When the temperature is high in Washington, the last thing you need is more hot air.

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SEER––What Does It Mean? Circle knob with "Energy efficiency" written on it next to a scale of "high, moderate, low.”

SEER––What Does It Mean?

August 15, 2023

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This universal rating system helps you determine the efficiency of your Washington air conditioning (AC) unit or heat pump. 

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Air Conditioning Basics – Did You Know?

July 31, 2023

Ready to upgrade your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment? Call Ballard Natural Gas Service today.

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Planning to Remodel? Go Ductless!

July 14, 2023

A ductless system, also known as a mini split, can add comfort to areas of your Washington home where ductwork cannot reach. Whether you are remodeling or adding new living space, our team at Ballard Natural Gas Service is ready to assist.

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Why is My AC Blowing Hot Air?

June 30, 2023

Few things in life can be more frustrating than your air conditioner malfunctioning over the summer—but it can and does happen. Luckily, Ballard Natural Gas Service has solutions to help keep you from boiling!

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Learn The Facts About Carbon Monoxide

June 15, 2023

We often hear from Washington customers who want to understand the risks of carbon monoxide (CO). At Ballard Natural Gas, we’re glad to share as much information as possible about protecting your indoor air quality (IAQ)—especially when it comes to the deadly nature of this silent killer.

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