When the weather heats up and you turn on the air conditioning, do you ever say “just last one more summer” to yourself? A lot of people do.
We talk to many homeowners in Washington with old and worn-out heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, hoping their air conditioning unit can limp through one more season. You do not need that kind of stress, and you do not need to come home here in Naches on the hottest day to find the air conditioner has finally died.
Today’s air conditioning units are more affordable than ever, and with new high-efficiency compressor technology, you will see an immediate drop in your electric bill with a new system. Modern air conditioning units are smaller, more efficient, and run quieter than those made just a few years ago. There is no better time to replace an aging air conditioning unit.
All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning can work with you to find the air conditioner that fits inside your home and within your budget.
The air ducts hidden behind your walls keep hot and cold air flowing to each of the rooms in your Naches home. Over time, air ducts can get dusty, moldy, and, in some cases, even begin to leak air. If the air from the vents smells bad, if you see condensation on the ceiling, or if you hear whistling in the walls, you likely have a problem with the ductwork.
Duct cleaning and vent cleaning are sometimes necessary to bring the entire heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system back to peak performance. Neglected systems that rarely get service or filter changes can accumulate mold and debris in the air duct making the home dusty and smelly. When HVAC ductwork comes loose or leaks, conditioned air is released behind the walls, wasting electricity. Older homes in Washington are notorious for leaking or poorly insulated air ducts.
If your air ducts are not as quiet as they should be or if you are having mold and dust problems in the house, call All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 so we can take a look. Let us work with you to fix the duct problems in your home. Request air duct service online today.
Are you wondering what an air handler is? For most homeowners in Naches, air handlers may be a bit of a mystery. Although air handlers can be an important part of a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, they are not necessarily commonplace. However, our trained professionals at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning can help you understand air handlers and how they might fit into your HVAC system.
You may own a furnace or air conditioner and have never set eyes on an air handler, which typically looks a bit like a furnace and sits inside your Washington home. However, if you use a heat pump to deliver your heating and cooling needs, then you most certainly already have an air handler. Although an air handler performs different functions, one of its main jobs is to circulate the air throughout your home via a blower.
Air handlers, working with heat pumps or some air conditioner systems, offer several advantages over traditional furnaces and air conditioning units. First, air handlers distribute the air more evenly throughout your home, which can increase your comfort. Second, they produce less condensation, which can lead to a safer environment. Third, they are simple to clean, improving the overall indoor air quality of your home. And, finally, they can supplement your heating and cooling as well.
For additional information about air handlers, call All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 . One of our professional team members will be happy to answer any questions and share our product line with you. Request handlers service today..
Having reliable heating and cooling systems is critical for a commercial organization. You may need to keep your employees comfortable and productive. Perhaps your sensitive equipment must operate in a climate-controlled space. Or you simply need a pleasant place for consumers to browse and shop.
Our team at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning is ready and waiting to help you select the best commercial heating and cooling system for your particular requirements. We also provide maintenance services to keep everything up and running.
Scaling your heating system to the correct size is important in a commercial business. Our trained professionals can evaluate your unique heating needs, local climate, and building configuration to find a commercial heating solution that fits your needs.
Commercial furnaces and boilers are common heating systems for Naches commercial operations. We also work with ducted and ductless heat pumps. Call All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 today.
The heat of the summer can be uncomfortable and potentially dangerous and damaging to Washington commercial businesses. Make sure you have a reliable, properly scaled cooling system at your business to keep your employees, customers, and business partners comfortable as well as your equipment at its peak capacities. Talk with us about commercial air conditioners, cooling towers, chillers and heat pumps.
Whatever heating and cooling system you choose, be sure to schedule regular maintenance to keep both up and running. We offer affordable, customized maintenance plans .
Our trained technicians conduct a complete inspection, cleaning, and tune-up of your commercial heating and cooling system every year. By nipping potential problems in the bud, we can make needed adjustments and repairs before a commercial system breakdown occurs. In the long run, that will reduce your repair bills as well as the stress that comes with a non-functioning heating or cooling system. Request commercial service online today.
Installing a new split air conditioner in your Washington home can be costly, labor intensive, and very intrusive. It is one thing to replace an older split air conditioning unit; it’s quite another to install one where there is no place to mount the air handler or run ductwork. But there is a way to add heating and cooling to a room without the mess.
Ductless systems, or mini splits, are small-capacity units that mount on the wall instead of in a closet or above the ceiling. A ductless heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system needs no ductwork, as the air moves through the unit on the wall eliminating the need to tear apart walls to install the unit.
Homeowners have expressed concerns over rising utility rates, but ductless mini splits are some of the most efficient heating and cooling units on the market, reaching Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) ratings for cooling well above 20. You will see your power bills drop right away once your ductless unit is installed.
Ductless systems can fit almost anywhere and we at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning have installed them all over Naches. If you have a room that needs its own HVAC unit, call us at 509-248-6380. Request ductless system service online today.
You, your family, and your Naches home depend on your furnace to work each winter. A broken heater in the middle of a Washington winter means you will go to a hotel for a night. While you are away, your home is at risk of warped floors and burst pipes as temperatures dip to dangerous levels. Although you can’t guarantee your furnace will never break, there are ways to reduce the risk.
Every heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, including your furnace, should get regular maintenance including filter changes, heat exchanger inspections, and seasonal tune-ups. If the unit is not heating like it should, a furnace repair should never be delayed.
Old, cracked gas burners can leak combustion gasses into your home, putting everyone at risk of illness or death. When the furnace is past its useful life, a variety of standard to high-efficiency heaters are available to get you warm and your house comfortable again.
All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning is known throughout the area for furnace replacements, and our customers report reduced utility bills and more comfortable homes after a tune-up or new installation. Give us a call at 509-248-6380 to see what options exist for your home. Request furnace service online today.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Washington homeowners seeking the highest efficiency heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are exploring geothermal heat pump installations. Most heating and air conditioning units reject or absorb heat from the atmosphere through a condensing unit, the outdoor part of the air conditioning system. Geothermal heating systems reject and absorb heat from the ground through underground pipes instead of through the air.
Because the outside air temperatures change throughout the year, a standard heat pump’s ability to reject heat to the air also changes. Since a geothermal system rejects heat to the ground and not the air, the unit sees consistent ground temperatures all year long.
The steady ground temperature gives geothermal heat pumps a much higher operating efficiency compared to a unit that rejects heat to the air. Geothermal heating units are also nearly silent as there is no condenser fan. All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning customers who have had trouble with corrosion of their condensing units often opt for geothermal heating and cooling because there is no outdoor unit to corrode.
Like most heat pumps installed in Washington, yours probably runs nonstop all year cooling your home in the summer and heating it in the winter. We expect our heat pump systems to keep us comfortable no matter what the weather.
When the equipment fails, it is a major emergency. Unfortunately, most Naches homeowners have high expectations of their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) heat pump, but rarely do anything to make sure the unit is tuned up and running efficiently.
That is where All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning comes in. We love keeping heat pumps running strong including the newer, high-efficiency mini split heat pumps. We offer affordable heat pump maintenance agreement plan services like filter changes and seasonal tune-ups.
During our service visits, we thoroughly check each heat pump system component for signs of wear and advise if anything needs replacing, before the part fails and the entire heat pump shuts down.
Call 509-248-6380 to speak to one of our experienced and certified team members. We are always happy to come out for a repair, routine service, or to help you select a new heat pump for your home or small business. Request heat pump service online today.
Indoor Air Quality
As a society, most of us stay indoors the majority of the time. That’s why having good indoor air quality is more important than ever. Our professionals at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning want to be sure your Washington home provides a healthy environment for you and your family. Our testing and remediation services can help you check your air quality and improve it.
Poor indoor air quality can result from a host of things including dust, pet dander, smoking, and viruses. In addition, cleaning products, paint, or carpet can release chemicals that can negatively affect indoor air quality.
Long-term exposure to poor air quality may mean increased health problems or daily discomfort. If you are struggling with fatigue, respiratory distress, or ongoing allergies, you may be subject to indoor air quality issues.
Our experienced professionals can test the quality of your Naches indoor air. If they discover potential issues, they may recommend things like cleaning your air ducts, changing your air filters, or installing an air purifier. They can also check for things like deadly carbon monoxide leaks.
If you have recently noticed your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system struggling to combat Mother Nature’s extreme temperatures in Washington, you might want to consider calling for HVAC maintenance. A broken furnace or a damaged air conditioning unit can cause major discomfort and inconvenience in your Naches home, and our team at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning would love to help you avoid a potentially disastrous situation.
When our professionals come in to check up on your system, your HVAC units will undergo a thorough analysis and tune-up. Our team will perform upkeep tasks such as changing your air filters, tightening electrical connections, and inspecting pressure where needed. By running an HVAC maintenance checkup, your system will be less likely to fail you when you need it most.
In addition to troubleshooting a problematic system, consider scheduling biannual HVAC maintenance sessions to be sure your home is prepared for both the summer heat and chilly winter temperatures. By taking good care of your system, you can save money by reducing high energy bills, keeping emergency repairs to a minimum, and extending the life span of your HVAC unit. Our trained experts would love to help you keep your home as comfortable and energy efficient as possible across all four seasons.
Ready to consider investing in an HVAC maintenance checkup? Contact All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 to learn more. Our team would be happy to come up with a maintenance plan that best suits your unique system at a manageable price. Request HVAC maintenance service online today.
Conventional heating systems such as radiators, baseboard heating, and furnaces consume a great deal of energy in Washington. One reason is because these units need to be heated to a high temperature in order for the surrounding air to be brought to a comfortable temperature. For example, a radiator often needs to reach 150 degrees to provide room temperature heat.
All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning now offers a more energy-efficient alternative: radiant floor heating. In this system, an electric-based or water-based network is installed under your Naches home’s flooring. This system only needs to be heated to about 84 degrees to provide average heat to your living space.
Radiant floor heating is easy to run, simple to maintain, and eliminates much of the traditional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment typically needed in your home. This frees up space and gives you flexibility for innovative interior design.
Ideally, radiant floor heating is installed when you build a new home. If you are retrofitting a current home, you may incur significant installation costs as well as inconvenience as your flooring will need to be lifted up and perhaps replaced in order for this heating system to be added. Radiant floor heating will also increase the level of your home’s flooring.
Contact All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 for more details. Our trained professionals can provide all the information for you to make an informed decision. Request radiant floor heating service online today.
Air ducts. There’s a pretty good chance you have never even seen the air ducts, also called ductwork, that carry air throughout your home. Even though they are hidden behind walls, they are a critical part of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Whether it’s summer or winter in Washington, your air ducts are busy transporting heated or cooled air to every room of your Naches home.
Our professionals at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning can help you install, replace, repair, or maintain your sheet metal ducts. Sheet metal is the most popular material for air ducts because of its durability and strength. Most new home construction will use sheet metal ducts because of the wide variety of fittings and ease of installation. It is a reliable and efficient way to circulate air through your home.
Be sure to rely on our experts to install or repair your sheet metal ductwork. Improperly installed ducts can lead to stress on your overall HVAC system as well as leaks and inefficiency, which all lead to money lost.
When you need more data about sheet metal ducts, call All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380. We would be happy to answer your questions. Request sheet metal duct service online today.
It is easy to notice heating and cooling problems when they are obvious. Dripping walls and broken units get attention fast. However, lesser problems such as excess humidity can get ignored your Washington home. What should you know about humidity in your home and when is it time to do something about it?
When the summer hits, humidity levels tend to rise with the heat. This creates an environment where allergens thrive. Mold and mildew can also start creeping into your Naches home. One of the best ways to combat these irritants is by investing in a whole-house dehumidifier.
Whole-house dehumidifiers work together with your heating and cooling system to remove excess moisture. In addition to preventing mold, mildew and allergens, they can also keep your home cooler, reduce your heating and cooling costs, and remove dust from your home before it settles throughout the house. If you have pets, it can help with the dander as well.
Consistently low humidity levels are not only a nuisance. They can negatively impact your health, home, and comfort in ways you may not realize until you no longer feel well, your wood floors shrink, or you can’t seem to keep your hands soft.
Maybe you can’t shake a series of colds that has been plaguing you all winter or the air feels sharp when you breathe. All these and more are symptoms of low humidity in Washington homes.
One of the best ways to bring these levels back and keep them balanced is by installing a whole-house humidifier. This system will help boost your humidity levels and circulates balanced air through your Naches home. Naturally, the optimum choice will depend on your existing HVAC system and what will fit your particular needs.
Zone Control Systems
Have you ever envisioned imaginary dollar bills just floating out of your home when you think about cooling or heating rooms not in use? This is actually what figuratively happens when there are specific parts of your Naches home you don not use much but still heat and cool. Ideally, the rooms you are currently using are comfortable while the rest of your home is conserving energy. Up until recently, that was a difficult goal to achieve.
However, zone control systems are available today that allow you to do a better job of customizing your temperatures. Part of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, a zone control system allows you to operate several thermostats, each controlling the temperature of a different zone of your home. A zone control system automatically opens and closes the appropriate dampers to direct heating or cooling just where you want it in your Washington home.
Our team at All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning can provide more details and share the cost savings you can expect by installing a zone control system. Our trained professionals are well-versed in how to properly install, repair, and maintain a zone control system so it works effectively with your current HVAC system.
Call All Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning at 509-248-6380 if you have additional questions about zone control systems. Our team is ready to provide answers. Request zone control system service online today.