Furnace Replacement

TOP 5 FURNACE REPAIR ISSUES FOR THE 2015 SPOKANE WINTER SEASON

  Although it may still be warm outside, we know winter will be coming soon. That means you will soon be needing a furnace repair company to keep your heater working. Here are the top five things you need to get right in order to have a warm and hopefully trouble-free heating season: Furnace repair should […]

Learn About Furnace Installations with Amazing Avista Rebate Program

Back in Spokane county in 1991, Avista funded the most amazingly generous energy-saving furnace rebate program of all time. The rebate incentives were so generous, you could almost get a free furnace! And now they are doing it again. It is called the WASHINGTON HOME SPACE AND WATER HEATER REBATES program, and you can get […]

Economic Potpourri & What It Means For You

A look at some of today’s headlines will give you an idea of what’s coming next for you in the HVAC industry. Home sales are up, and so are car sales, so consumers are back in the mood to make large purchases, and that often includes air conditioner and furnaces. New home sales especially drive […]

Furnace Efficiency Ratings

Customers purchasing heating or cooling equipment want to know how energy-efficient their new unit will be, and each type of equipment has it own measure.  Gas furnace efficiency is measured in AFUE, which stands Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE).  For a gas furnace rated at 95% AFUE, that means that 95% of the heat produced […]

WIRELESS THERMOSTATS ARE COMING

Wireless thermostat usage is expected to quadruple by 2017. The increased comfort and ease of control is overwhelming. Instead of your thermostat being fixed in one location, you can take the wireless thermostat with you from room to room. So no matter where you are in your home or office, the temperature will be exactly […]

80% AFUE Furnace Phase Out

This is a big change coming in residential & light-commercial furnaces.  Effective June 1, 2013, federal law requires that minimum furnace efficiency in the Northwest must be 90%.  That means that 80 percent furnaces cannot be installed after that date. All things being equal, many people would opt to pay the upcharge for a 90 percent […]

Replace Your Heating System

Which Brand? Consumer Reports lists American Standard as the #1 top-rated residential heating & cooling equipment manufacturer (look it up!). American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning remains the name to trust. Over the past DECADE it has consistently ranked the highest in Quality and Reliability from a leading consumer reporting magazine and mirrors Air Control’s highest […]