Yes. We provide emergency services and can travel from Colville to Rosalia and Wilbur to the Washington state line.

Yes. We can perform regular or annual maintenance services. We do offer multiple yearly membership options that can include maintenance visits, priority emergency visits, and a discount on repairs and services. We highly recommend scheduling regular maintenance to ensure your HVAC systems are running effectively.

Some common signs of unsafe wiring are:

  • Flickering lights
  • Overheating outlets and wall plates
  • Burning smell or buzzing
  • Shocks or sparking
  • Loose outlets
  • Frequent tripping

If you know that your house has any knob-and-tube wiring or you have outlets with only 2 prong holes instead of 3, this means that the outlets are not grounded and is automatically considered a safety concern.

All of these can be signs of a bad wiring system and should be addressed by a trained electrician, as soon as possible.

There are several potential explanations for why your light bulbs are blowing out frequently. Poorly designed light fixtures can lead to excessive heat buildup around the bulb, resulting in frequent bulb replacement. This can be an annoyance and also a serious fire hazard. If you find yourself needing to replace bulbs frequently, it is recommended that you have your light fixtures inspected by an electrician.

Call an electrician to ensure the job is done correctly. Replacing a dimmer switch is more complex than simply removing the old switch and installing a new one. During the process, your electrician will inspect the wiring, verify the switch is properly grounded, and ensure the switch is correctly installed.

When you’re ready to upgrade to a dimmer switch, contact a local electrician or book a consultation with us.

Many homeowners don’t understand that filters for the furnace are not meant to assist with air quality, it’s a happy accident. The air filter is meant to protect the equipment from damage. Putting in expensive, fancy air filters actually can cause a furnace/air conditioner to suffocate and become damaged because the large amount of air being pulled in helps to cool off the motors and keep the air conditioner coils from freezing up inside the house. When you put thick or fancy filters on, they block a bunch of the air from getting through!

If you still have any questions regarding changing your home’s air filter, please contact us and we can help.

Installing a programmable thermostat in your home gives you the convenience of managing your home’s climate. When used strategically, a programmable thermostat can help you maximize energy efficiency and reduce your utility costs. With the right settings, you can enjoy a comfortable home environment while still saving money on your energy bills. For example, in winter months, set your home’s temperature at a lower setting at night and have it turned up during the mornings. Vice versa during hot summer months. Not only will you be able to save money, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the convenience of having your home temperature automatically adjusted to your desired settings.

A mini-split is an appliance that can both cool and heat a home. It is sometimes referred to as a ductless air conditioner. 

Because it requires only a few smaller lines to be run to each indoor unit and a proper place to drain the water it produces (usually it’s best to mount these units to an exterior wall to make this part easy), and each unit can be set to a different temperature, it can be a good option to heat and cool new additions, or rooms in fully finished houses that don’t already have HVAC vents for heating and cooling.

In addition to having more control over the temperature throughout your home, mini-splits are also more efficient than traditional air conditioners.In many ways, it functions much like a traditional air conditioning or heat pump system, moving heat from inside your home to the outside air (and the reverse when operating in heating mode). However, the small lines we mentioned before that do the actual heating and cooling, go directly to a ‘head’ in each of the rooms that you want to be conditioned, and each head can be controlled by its own separate remote. This means that each separate room can have its own temperature and no one will be fighting about what temperature the house should be at anymore! This makes mini-splits an ideal choice for those looking for a more efficient and customizable way to heat and cool their home.

If you still have any other questions, please contact us for more information.

Flickering lights can be a harmless nuisance or a sign of a more serious issue, so it’s important to understand the potential causes and how to address them. Faulty light bulbs are often the issue behind flickering lights, make sure the bulb is screwed on properly and check the filament if it’s an incandescent bulb. Replace the bulb when necessary.

If that doesn’t work, contact a professional. Large appliances such as HVAC systems, microwaves, vacuum cleaners, and more can also cause lights to flicker or dim temporarily when they start up, due to the sudden power draw.

Yes and no. 

A few things that you should understand about this from the start: If you purchase this equipment yourself, there are few, if any, reputable HVAC companies that will install customer pre-purchased equipment, so if you decide you aren’t up to the task, you may have just wasted your money, and even if a company will install it, you aren’t saving any money. All they will do is take their exact cost for the equipment off of your bill, and we get the equipment directly from our suppliers at a discounted rate, so you probably paid more for it to start with than we would have! In addition, almost all of those products require that the systems be installed by a licensed HVAC company for you to have a warranty on the parts. 

Another thing to keep in mind is that these systems require that a new electrical circuit be installed and connected to the outdoor unit, so you will need to hire an electrician to get these systems to work. We also see this type of Home Depot or Lowes equipment fail much faster than name brands like LG, Samsung, and Mitsubishi. 

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