G & S Heating Cooling & Electric Blog: Archive for January, 2017

Simple Tips for Improved Heating Efficiency

Monday, January 9th, 2017

There is plenty of winter weather yet to come. While our winters aren’t as intense as they are in other parts of the country, it still gets plenty cold around here. That means that you are going to be running your heater for a while longer yet, and that you’ll be paying to do so.

There is no reason to be paying more than you should have to in order to keep your home warm and cozy, though! Just follow these simple tips and start heating your home more efficiently. Upgrading to a more efficient heater in Everett, WA is definitely worth considering, but this should tide you over until you do.

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Why Invest in a Generator This Winter?

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Can you even imagine living life without electricity in this day and age? From the inconvenience of not being able to charge your electrical devices to the impossibility of keeping food fresh in a modern refrigerator, it’s clear that a lack of electricity can be a real problem. Fortunately, it’s not one that homeowners must fact too frequently.

That being said, it is certainly possible that you may lose power to your house at some point. It’s also possible that such a power outage could last far, far longer than you’d hope. This is why you may want to use a whole-house generator in North Seattle.

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What to Do If Your Heater Stops Heating

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

While our winter weather around here may not be quite as intense as in other parts of the country, the fact of the matter is that nobody wants to deal with a  broken down heater in the middle of winter. Routine heating maintenance will help to keep your heater in Snohomish, WA working as efficiently and reliably as possible. However, there is no way to guarantee that you’ll never run into problems.

If your heater suddenly stops putting out heat, it’s understandable that you might go into panic mode. There are a few things that you may want to check before you call in for emergency repairs, though. They’re best case scenarios, but very real possibilities.

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Upgrade Your Forced Air Heater with a Zone Control System

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

We’re willing to be that, at some point, somebody in your home has complained of being either too hot or too cold. It can be easy to get aggravated when you’re uncomfortable. What many people fail to realize is that it’s almost as easy to resolve the problem entirely.

If you use a forced air heating system in order to heat your house, then you know that you have to heat your entire home to just one temperature throughout – or do you? The answer, as you’ve probably guessed, is no. You just need to upgrade your heater with a zone control system in Lake Stevens, WA.

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