2921 Meridian Ave E.

Edgewood WA 98371

(253) 848-2626

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Heat Pump

  • Using electricity as its energy source, heat pumps are used for
  • either the heating or cooling of your home by transferring heat between two reservoirs.
  • In the warmer months, the heat pump acts like an air conditioner, removing heat from the air inside your home and transferring it outside. U
  • During colder months, heat from outdoor air is extracted and
  • transferred to the interior of your home. Believe it or not,
  • even a 32º Fahrenheit day produces enough heat to warm
  •  a home via a heat pump.

 

  • Year-round, energy-efficient indoor comfort for moderate climates –
  • A central heat pump helps maintain comfortable temperatures inside your home and reduces humidity levels year-round. Homes located in regions with severely cold temperatures may either require supplemental heating or be better served with an air conditioner/furnace combination.
  • Cleaner air – As your heat pump system draws air out of various rooms in the house through return air ducts, the air is pulled through an air filter, which removes airborne particles such as dust and lint. Sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants, as well. The filtered air is then routed to air supply ductwork that carries it back to rooms. Whenever the air conditioner is running, this cycle repeats continually, constantly filtering and cleaning the air in your home. 
  • Quieter operation – Because the compressor bearing unit of the typical central
  •  heat pump system is located outside the home, the indoor noise level from its
  •  operation is much lower than that of a free-standing air conditioning unit

Furnace

Gas furnaces have typically (2) categories.
80% Efficient Furnaces and 90% Efficient Furnaces.
80% Efficient furnaces can be determined by the metal pipe to flue this furnace. 90% Efficient furnaces can be determined by PVC pipe or pipes as the flue.
80% Furnaces can be converted to 90% to make your energy cost lower. With both of these, you can also get a variable speed blower as an option for optimal air flow and comfort. There are tax credit incentives to upgrade your 80% furnace to 90%

  1. Check to make sure that your thermostat is set in the “heat” position
  2. Make sure that the temperature setting on the thermostat is set above (or higher than) the indoor temperature showing on the thermostat.
    • (This tells your heating system that it should provide heat!)
  3. Ensure that there is power to the furnace:
    • Try turning the fan to “ON” using the fan switch on the thermostat to test for power to furnace.
  4. Check the circuit breakers at the electrical panel to make sure they are in the “On” position.
  5. Check the SSU switch (it looks like a light switch on a gray box located at the furnace) to be sure it is in the “ON” position
  6. Replace the furnace filter if needed.
    • All 1-inch thick furnace filters should be replaced monthly.
    • Purolator 2-inch thick, and other high-capacity pleated filters can most likely be changed every other month or just 6 times per year.
  7. If the system is running but you have not changed your filter, the filter may need to be replaced.
  8. Check all return air grilles to make sure they are not blocked by furniture.
    • Check all supply air registers to make sure they are open and blowing air. (The return air grilles are normally located on your walls and are wide and flat

Hybrid Heat

With today’s rising uncertainty surrounding utility costs, homeowners nationwide are becoming more and more interested in finding the best, most economical solution for indoor heating and cooling.
HYBRID HEAT dual fuel systems deliver exceptional performance by using a heating source that provides its most energy-efficient comfort during moderate heating conditions. As the temperature drops outside, the system automatically switches to your second heating source when that becomes the most economical way to keep your family comfortable.

Air Conditioning

  • The typical central air conditioning system is a split system, with an outdoor air conditioning, or “compressor bearing unit” and an indoor coil, which is usually installed on top of the furnace in the home.
  • Using electricity as its power source, the compressor pumps refrigerant through the system to gather heat and moisture from indoors and remove it from the home.
  • Heat and moisture are removed from the home when warm air from inside the home is blown over the cooled indoor coil. The heat in the air transfers to the coil, thereby “cooling” the air.
  • The heat that has transferred to the coil is then “pumped” to the exterior of the home, while the cooled air is pumped back inside, helping to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
  • Central air conditioning can also be provided through a package unit or a heat pump

  • Indoor comfort during warm weather – Central air conditioning helps keep your home cool and reduces humidity levels.
  • Cleaner air – As your central air conditioning system draws air out of various rooms in the house through return air ducts, the air is pulled through an air filter, which removes airborne particles such as dust and lint. Sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants, as well. The filtered air is then routed to air supply ductwork that carries it back to rooms. 
  • Quieter operation – Because the compressor bearing unit is located outside the home, the indoor noise level from its operation is much lower than that of a free-standing air conditioning unit.

Air Quality

The Air We Breathe Can Affect Our
Health, Comfort And Productivity

We can’t do much about the pollution outside as research shows, but wecan do something about the pollution inside, where we spend 90% of our time. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor pollution levels can be 25 times, and occasionally more than 100 times polluted than
outdoor air.

In our well insulated homes and buildings, we lock in and recirculate pollen, mold, fungi, bacteria, viruses, dust and mites. We even add to the problem by contributing tobacco, wood or cooking smoke, pet dander, insecticides, toxins emitted from air fresheners, carpets, glues, household cleaners, paints, varnishes, press board furniture and lots more. In fact, it is estimated that we take in and expel 20,000 breaths a day and about 18,000 breaths are of
conditioned indoor air.

These airborne contaminants may adversely affect our health, comfort and productivity, as they lodge themselves in our mucous membranes and our lungs. Their symptoms can be short or long-ranging, from itchy eyes, sneezing, runny nose, headache, fatigue, tightness of chest, shortness of breath, epidemics of colds or flu, and may even lead to allergy, asthma and respiratory illness.
These contaminants also have damaging, staining power as they collect on our walls, ceilings, upholstery, window coverings, electronics and more.

Clean Air Is An Essential Part of Healthy Living!

Clean Air Is An Essential Part of Healthy Living! Allergy, asthma and respiratory sufferers will appreciate these products. A must for parents whose children suffer or
anyone who spends considerable money on medication, nasal sprays, inhalers, etc. So when the Doctor recommends a
room size Air Cleaner, clean the whole house instead!
• New home owners and renovators will be greatly protected from the excessive dust and odors off-gased from new carpets, construction
materials, paints, etc. (if odor removal filters are used).
• Smokers and non-smokers can live and work together in harmony.
• Households with pets, noticeable cooking odors and mustiness will find a dramatic difference in air quality.
• Housekeeping time and redecorating costs will be reduced.
• Heating / cooling equipment will be protected from
debris, resulting in better operating efficiency and
extended life. Ducts will be cleaner too.
• Indoor air quality will be more comfortable, year-round.

Maintenance & Repair

All equipment manufacturers recommend at least annual maintenance on residential  heating and cooling equipment. Proper maintenance can help your unit live to it’s full life expectancy and keep it as energy efficient as possible… saving you money on your energy bill.Aire Pro offers full maintenance on all brands of furnaces, heat pumps, and air conditioners.We also offer repair services on all makes and models of heating and cooling equipment. Our service technicians are professional, friendly,and knowledgable.  We show up on time, and get the job done right the first time!

  • Replace Air Filters
  • Check and calibrate Thermostats
  • Check and clean Burners
  • Check and lubricate Bearings
  • Clean Condenser Coils
  • Clean Evaporator Coils
  • Check and tighten electrical connections
  • Check Refrigerant (freon) levels
  • Check Safety Controls
  • Check and clear Drain lines
  • Check Fan belts and pulleys
  • Check overall condition of Equipment
  • Insure proper operation and performance
  • Check compressor oil levels