G & S Heating Cooling & Electric Blog: Archive for June, 2020

Is Something Up With Your Ducts?

Monday, 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?

Monday, 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

Monday, 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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