G & S Heating Cooling & Electric Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pump Installation’

How a Heat Pump Can Benefit You

Monday, February 11th, 2019

woman-operating-systemIf you’ve found yourself in the market for a new heater this winter, consider a heat pump! A heat pump works as a singular alternative to the traditional heater and air conditioner combination, allowing for year-round comfort with just one system. Homeowners across the country are making the switch, recognizing the heat pump for its many benefits.

Of course, only an experienced and well-qualified HVAC professional can determine which heating system will best meet your home’s specific needs, as heat pumps are not suitable for every home. Be sure to contact a heating and cooling professional before you make any final decisions. In this weeks post, we will be outlining some of the advantages that a heat pump has to offer. Keep reading below to learn more. 

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Ready for a New AC? Then Definitely Consider a Heat Pump!

Monday, May 7th, 2018

red-therrmometerWashington is not necessarily known for intensely hot summer weather, but it doesn’t have to regular hit the triple digits to mean that it is uncomfortably hot outside. Even here in the PNW, a great air conditioning system is a must for homeowners looking to live comfortably throughout the entire year. The good news is that the pros on our staff are here to outfit your home with a quality air conditioning system, either as a brand new installation in a new property or as a replacement for your older system.

Before you rush into buying a new central air conditioner, however, we recommend that you take a few moments to really familiarize yourself with the options out there. You may just find that there is a system that suits your needs and personal user preferences even better than the tried and true central AC. While these are obviously great systems, using a heat pump in Snohomish, WA is also something that you should seriously consider. Heat pumps have a couple of added benefits that you’d be remiss to overlook.

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Everett Heating Installation: Testimonial from Mary R

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Having new equipment installed in your house can be a big project. You not only need to decide the make, model, and size of your new unit, but you also have to find the right company to install it. Especially with heating and air conditioning, when so many things can go wrong if you have a sloppy installation, it is important to know a contractor who will do the job right.

We always make sure that our technicians answer all your questions and walk you through the installation process. Here is what Mary in Everett wrote to us about her recent furnace and heat pump installation:

A big thank you to your team of professionals who installed my new furnace and the heat pump; they did an excellent job. Special kudos goes out to the technician who crawled in and out of my drawl space and was the one who figured out why the new thermostat was not working. Please let him know I got all my settings in place without getting that engineering degree!

– Mary R. in Everett

Thanks Mary! We are happy that you like your new heating system. Remember that regular maintenance will keep it working efficiently and cut down on future repairs!

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Testimonial – Vicki from Kirkland

Friday, November 18th, 2011

If you are thinking about getting your home’s heating system replaced for the upcoming winter, G & S is ready to help! Here is what Vicki from Kirkland wrote to us about her heat pump installation:

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for doing such an excellent job installing our heat pump last Tuesday. Your team was pleasant, professional, courteous, respectful of our home, polite and wasted no time standing around. I saw them carefully measuring things, cooperating with each other and vacuuming when they were done. They covered our carpet where they were going to be walking from outside to where the interior unit was being installed.

I shall not hesitate to recommend G & S Heating to anyone I know who may need your company’s assistance in the future.

– Vicki in Kirkland

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