G & S Heating Cooling & Electric Blog

Is Something Up With Your Ducts?

June 29th, 2020

ductwork-comparisonHave you noticed something feels a little off with your air conditioning lately? You can tell your system is running but your comfort isn’t at the level that it usually is. There is more than one potential cause for this issue, but one culprit may be your ductwork.

All too often we find that because ducts aren’t visible there are few people who tend to realize how big a role they play in their home comfort. That is why we want to let you know that, while you may not think anything can go wrong with your ducts, there are plenty of issues that can pop up with this part of your HVAC system which can hinder the ability for your AC to cool things down and will negatively affect your indoor air quality.

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Is it Time for a New Thermostat?

June 15th, 2020

Have you noticed that your air conditioner isn’t operating the way it usually does? Maybe your first thought is that something is wrong with your system, but this just doesn’t make sense because you just had your AC checked. There is another possible culprit though–your thermostat.

If your thermostat is out of whack or needs to be replaced, it will impact your ability to keep cool. That is why you want to make sure you have this system checked and, when necessary, updated. We can help you figure out if and when you need a new thermostat and what your options for an upgrade are.

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Enjoy a Light-Filled Summer Season

June 1st, 2020

outdoor-lightsWhen the cool temperatures give way to nice warm weather and longer days, many of us in the Everett area like to take advantage of the change and spend a little extra time outside. And maybe after a hike or a day out on the lake you just haven’t gotten your fill and you find yourself wanting to take in the cool evening air by enjoying dinner outside or maybe wrapping up your night with a shared drink on the back patio. This can be a little less enjoyable if you can’t see anything.

Outdoor lighting may not seem important until you are trying to dig out that old lantern and hoping that the batteries haven’t corroded inside of it. If you are hoping to enjoy a summer season with a little extra time spent outdoors, or you just want to add a little extra light to the front of the house, we can help.

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Let’s Get You Situated with a New AC!

May 18th, 2020

Finding a brand new air conditioner for your home can certainly be overwhelming–there are just so many options to choose from! Fortunately, you don’t have to pick out a new AC all on your own … there are plenty of professionals willing to lend a helping hand.

Below, we have listed some of our favorite types of air conditioning system, that way, you can get a bit of a head start! All you need to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to contact us when you need AC services in Everett, WA.

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Is Your AC Out of Whack?

May 4th, 2020

Of course, a broken down air conditioner in the middle of summer is the absolute worst! Not only will you and your family be all sticky and sweaty, but you can certainly expect a rise in your energy bills. Therefore, it is important to take care of any repairs as soon as you notice a problem.

Below, we have listed some of the signs that suggest your air conditioner is not working properly. That way, you’ll know precisely when to call for help. All you need to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to contact our team when you need AC repair in Everett, WA.

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Now Is a GREAT Time to Schedule Your AC Tune-Up

April 20th, 2020

Guess what? We are going to let you in on a little secret! See, now is a perfect time to get your air conditioner ready for Spring and Summer with an annual tune-up. Temperatures are rising, and before you know it, you’ll be needing your AC 24/7, so you are going to want to make sure that it is ready to handle the heat.

In fact, there are a number of reasons why scheduling your AC tune-up now is a good idea, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to call us when you are ready to schedule AC maintenance in Everett, WA. 

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A Message to Our Customers

April 10th, 2020

To our Customers and Employees,

We are reaching out to inform you that G&S Heating, Cooling & Electrical is taking the spread of COVID-19 very seriously. We are fully operational to serve the comfort needs of our customers, and as we continue to provide service and installations throughout the greater Puget Sound area, we want to assure you that the well-being of our community is our top priority. Following recommendations from both the CDC and the Washington State Department of Health, we have taken and are continuing to take measures of precaution to ensure the safety and wellness of our customers and employees.

At our facilities

  • Employees have been instructed to adhere to CDC recommendations for sanitization and social- distancing.
  • Employees who have any cold or flu symptoms are required to stay at home until symptom free for at least 3 days or 7 days after symptom onset, whichever is
  • Should an employee have exposure to someone who has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19, they are expected to remain home for 14 days for health
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been setup throughout our
  • Frequency of sanitization in our facilities has been increased and cleaning crews are taking extra precautions throughout their regular deep
  • All in person team meetings and group functions have been cancelled for the time
  • Personnel who can perform their jobs from home are doing
  • We are limiting contact and practicing social-distancing with our vendors and other potential outside visitors.

In your home

  • Our field staff has been trained be mindful of sanitization in your home and they have been equipped with gloves, disinfectant and
  • Although, our technicians will not arrive to your home wearing a mask, they will be happy to wear one at your request. It is standard practice for a technician to wear a mask if entering a crawl space or attic area.
  • Our technicians have been informed to respect social distancing in your
  • Our technicians have been instructed to follow these procedures:
    • Use gloves whenever
    • Wipe down all equipment or thermostats at the completion of the
    • Frequently wipe down their tablet using disinfecting
    • Frequently wipe down the inside of their vehicle and frequently touched items with disinfecting
  • Our customers are no longer asked for signatures on

Please inform us in advance of your appointment if you or anyone in your household are showing any of the symptoms of the Coronavirus or have tested positive for the Coronavirus. The World Health Organization has identified symptoms as shortness of breath, fever, and persistent cough. We will work together to find a solution for the services you need while ensuring the safety of everyone involved.

Should we find that any changes to our scheduling is necessary during this time, we will let you know as soon as we know. We are continuously monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will take whatever measures are necessary to ensure the safety of you and our staff.

Lastly, there are a couple of things found to be very effective in keeping the air in your home clean and safe. First, ductwork collects dust, dirt and pollen and over time can become a breeding ground for mold, mildew and germs that can irritate allergies and create odors. Annual duct cleaning can prevent the spread of these pollutants in your home. Second, indoor air quality products actually prevent these contaminants from getting there in the first place. They work to continuously destroy cold and flu viruses and other pollutants both in the air and on surfaces before they have a chance to spread. If our staff can answer any questions about these ways to keep your home safe, please let us know.




Chris Baisch

General Manager

G&S Heating, Cooling & Electrical

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Your Guide to Electrical Safety

April 6th, 2020

Your electrical system is perhaps the most important system in your home. Without it, you wouldn’t have your favorite television programs, your social media, or even your lights! So, of course, you want to do everything you can to protect your system.

But here’s the deal: your electrical system, as important as it is, is probably one of the most dangerous systems in your home. So in addition to protecting your electrical system, you should also know how to protect yourself. Therefore, we have provided you with our guide to electrical safety. All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more!

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Could You Benefit From an Attic Fan This Summer?

March 23rd, 2020

comfortable-womanSpring is officially here! Bees are buzzing, flowers are blooming, and from every home, you can hear the sound of air conditioners whirring. Of course, having to use your air conditioner a bunch, especially during a particularly hot summer, can spell trouble for your comfort, your home, and your budget.

Fortunately, there is something you can do to improve your overall comfort and efficiency! That’s right: installing an attic fan is a great way to maximize your comfort and efficiency, without jeopardizing your budget! In fact, there are plenty of benefits to installing an attic fan, and below, we have outlined some of them for you.

All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more, and of course, remember to call our team when you need electrical services in Everett, WA.

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Signs It’s Time to Call Your Local Electrician

March 9th, 2020

an-incandescent-bulbYour electrical system is pretty much the central nervous system of your entire home–without it, nothing would work! Therefore, it is important that you take care of it and call for repairs at the first sign of trouble.

There are a number of signs that suggest it’s time to call in your local electrician for repairs, and below, we have outlined three of the most common for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more, and of course, remember to call us when you need electrical repair in Everett, WA.

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