11Jul 2011

What Maintenance Can I do Myself? With the proper maintenance and care, your equipment will operate economically and dependably. There are a few simple, routine maintenance operations you can do to help ensure the best performance and comfort from your system. Safety First Before you perform any kind of maintenance, consider these important safety precautions. […]

10Jul 2011

Best Operation and Comfort from your Heating and Cooling System Warning! Always disconnect the power before removing access panels. There might be multiple power connections.  Be cautious when handling parts or reaching into units. Check your filter once a month. Dirty filters will strain your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump. Your filter should be […]

14Jun 2011

What kind of system is right for me? The system that is right for you will depend on a number of factors: your budget, your comfort expectations, physical factors such as what type of system currently exists in your home, the unique features of your home, and more. Below, you can explore the system options […]

13Jun 2011

How Can I Save Money? Shopping for bottom line price is easy. But, will the lowest priced system end up costing you money in the long run with higher operating costs or by needing to be replaced sooner? Will the lowest priced system provide the comfort you expect? Comparing energy efficiency of different brands of […]

13Jun 2011

What makes my home comfortable? The four biggest factors in your home’s comfort are: Temperature Cleanliness/Freshness of air Humidity System Control Temperature To most people, temperature is both the beginning and the end of any discussion involving comfort. To Heat NW, simple temperature management is only the beginning. To achieve superior indoor comfort, you’ve got […]