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3 Reasons to Work with a Trusted HVAC Contractor

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Let Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning Take Care of Your HVAC Needs

 Not all HVAC contractors in the Seattle, WA, area deliver the same top-notch service. We know how difficult it can be to find the right one for your home. It takes a lot of research into the company, a look at past testimonials to get a feel for them. Even then, it takes a little bit of trust to make the jump. Our team of HVAC experts is here to make the process as seamless as possible. Read along below to discover three reasons why you should trust Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning for all of your heating and cooling needs.

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Home Comfort Products to Get You Through Storm Season

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Stay Safe & Warm with Reliable Solutions from Bob’s Heating

Winter is in full swing, and with it comes the intense storms that the Greater Seattle Area is quite familiar with around this time of year. Have you prioritized winter storm preparedness for your home? With top-tier heating and backup power solutions from Bob’s Heating, you can rest assured that your property is in good care during the worst of the storm, and long after it’s over.

Want to learn more about readying your home for anything mother nature has to throw your way? Keep reading below to prepare your home for what the season has in store.

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‘Tis the Season for Water Heater Services from Bob’s Heating

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Stay On Top of Your Water Heater's Maintenance & Add Energy-Efficient Solutions

Do you remember the last time you or a professional flushed your water heater? If you can't answer that, or if it was more than a year ago, then it’s time for professional help. Now that you are thinking about it, here are some other water heater servicing aspects you might have forgotten to do:

  • Testing the temperature release valve
  • Flushing your tankless or traditional water heater's tank to prevent rust and sediment build-up

At Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we know how valuable comfort is to you and your family. That’s why we offer many different types of water heater services all year-round and focus on preventative maintenance so stringently. If you’re in need of any of the services listed above or are curious about newer, more efficient water heater options, keep reading below to learn more or contact Bob's Heating & Air Conditioning.

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Bob’s Heating Offers High-End Furnace Services for Your Winter Season

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Stay Warm & Cozy This Winter With A Reliable Home Heating System

The winter months are upon us, meaning the indoors quickly become the safe haven from the bitter cold outside! But if your home’s heating system is faulty and unreliable, then you’re left huddling under blankets and suffering through a time of year that should exude a warm and cozy atmosphere for everyone.

When you work with a trusted company like Bob’s Heating, your living spaces can benefit from our top-tier furnace services and home heating systems all winter long. Our professional solutions can provide an enhanced home heating system that reaches every corner of your home and property. Keep reading below to learn more about our furnace services and home heating system support!

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Homeowner Help: Improving Your Air Quality Post-Renovation

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The winter season is upon us and it’s likely that most renovations or new home construction projects are either finished or nearly completed. However, home construction, whether from minor repairs or big home improvement projects, produce a variety of airborne contaminants that impact your home’s indoor air quality, even after a project is done. Indoor air pollutants like chemicals, construction dust, and other particles can hang out in your home for weeks after a renovation and can cause both short and long term health effects if not addressed properly.

The air inside your home can become stale during colder months from the lack of ventilation and proper air circulation, making it harder to maintain good air quality. As people spend more time indoors, air pollution can build up and cause more harm than good to a person’s health. If you’ve recently had renovations done to your home, keep reading to find out how you can improve your home’s indoor air quality for better health, comfort, and peace of mind this holiday season.

Air Ducts

Construction dust and other airborne particulates leftover from a renovation project drastically increases the air pollution inside a home and can cause a myriad of health related side-effects. Demolition of old drywall, concrete, vinyl flooring, and more, could contain asbestos, one of the leading causes of indoor air pollution in older home renovations. Many people unknowingly release microscopic asbestos fibers into the air during home improvement or maintenance projects and run the risk of inhaling the fibers and developing asbestos-related diseases. To help stop the spread of airborne debris, ensure that the air ducts are cleaned. Your home’s air ducts are an important part of keeping the air flowing throughout your home. So, when construction dust and debris accumulates, it contaminates your whole home. Eliminate the dust and get your ducts cleaned by an indoor air quality technician to help keep your home healthy and hygienic.

Air Purifier

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are another common byproduct post renovation and come from varnishes, paints, and other building products and materials. Both short term and long-term exposure to VOCs can cause health effects ranging from eye, nose, and throat irritation to liver and kidney disease. To reduce indoor air contaminants consider using either a portable air purifier or an air purification system on your HVAC unit to remove common biological pollutants like pet dander and mold, and to combat the harsh odors VOCs produce. Having a home air purifier is a great way to maintain control over your home’s air quality. Plus, there are several options you can choose from, so you can have cleaner, healthier air post-renovation.

Filter Replacement

It is always a good idea to change your air filter regularly. However, you should change it sooner if you’ve had renovations done, otherwise you’ll continue to contaminate your home with airborne particulate matter and construction debris. With our HVAC filter replacement program, we can provide you with new filters delivered to your doorstep every 90 days. With 6 different filter sizes to choose from, you can rest easy knowing that you're keeping your HVAC system efficient and improving your indoor air quality.

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3 Ways You Can Affordably Heat Your Home This Winter

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Plus, Our Favorite & Most Efficient Home Heating Method!

Staying warm and storm-ready is at the forefront of every homeowner’s mind during the winter months. Astronomical energy bills could be on the horizon if you don’t have an affordable or efficient home heating plan in place. Read below to explore a few cost-effective methods to keep your home in the Greater Puget Sound area or the surrounding areas, cozy and warm this winter and avoid high electric bills!

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