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When to Schedule Maintenance

Having a seasonal maintenance plan for your system ensures you stay cozy through Western Washington's rainy winters and dry summers. Below is what we recommend.

Heating season for us is typically from November to February, and whenever you’ll need your heater more often. Schedule a free check-up with one of our technicians in late summer or early fall, just before the cold, rainy months begin.

Cooling season in Western Washington means warmer, drier days from May to August, when you’ll use your air conditioning more. Get your air conditioner serviced in late winter or early spring, right before the summer warmth sets in.

When it comes to keeping your home comfortable in Western Washington, there are times when only a professional HVAC service can help. Here’s when to reach out to us:

    • Your Energy Bills Spike: If you notice your energy costs are going up but you’re not using your HVAC system any differently, there could be a malfunction causing inefficiency.
    • Inconsistent Comfort: If your home can’t stay at a steady temperature, whether it’s too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter, it’s time for a professional to take a look.
    • Damaged Unit Fins: The outdoor part of your air conditioner or heat pump has fins that can get bent or damaged. This can keep heat trapped and lower your system’s efficiency. We can fix that.
    • Water Damage Concerns: If your HVAC system has been exposed to a lot of water, like after heavy rainfall or flooding, its electrical components could be at risk. Don’t try to fix this yourself; it’s safer to call in the experts.
    • Electrical Burning Smell: If you ever smell something burning from your HVAC unit, turn it off immediately and give us a call. It could indicate a serious problem that needs immediate attention.

Our expert team is well-equipped to handle these issues and more, ensuring your HVAC system works perfectly no matter the weather in Western Washington.

Have maintenance questions? Give our HVAC experts a call today (253) 377-2787

Wondering how much it will cost? Get a quote from us today.