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HVAC in King County

When you’re at home and at work, a well-functioning HVAC system makes all the difference in creating a comfortable environment. However, just installing it isn’t enough! Without proper maintenance and repairs, even the most advanced systems can become less efficient, lead to higher energy bills, and break down more often. 

At Greenwood Heating and Home Services, we can take care of all things HVAC in King County. Our team offers expert solutions to keep your system in the best shape, including installation, maintenance, and repairs. 

Signs You Need to Repair Your HVAC System 

 

Uneven Heating or Cooling 

If certain areas of your home are warmer or cooler than others, your HVAC system may be having airflow or distribution issues.  

 

Strange Noises 

Grinding, banging, or rattling noises coming from your HVAC system result from mechanical problems or loose components. 

 

Increased Energy Bills 

If you notice a sudden spike in your bills but haven’t been using more energy, it means your HVAC system is working harder than usual due to inefficiencies or malfunctions. 

 

Frequent Cycling 

Is your HVAC system turning on and off frequently? It may be struggling to maintain the temperature you want, which could indicate problems with the thermostat, sensors, or other components. 

 

Poor Air Quality 

When your HVAC system’s filtration or ventilation is deficient, you will likely spot more dust, odors, or excessive humidity in your home. 

 

How Often Should You Service Your HVAC? 

 

We recommend scheduling professional HVAC maintenance at least once a year, ideally before the start of the heating or cooling season. 

During a maintenance visit, our technicians will inspect, clean, and tune up your HVAC system to make sure it’s working as efficiently as possible. 

 

What is the Lifespan of an HVAC System? 

 

The lifespan of an HVAC system depends on the type of system, usage, maintenance, and environmental conditions. 

On average, a well-maintained HVAC system can last 10 to 15 years or more. However, older systems become less efficient over time and eventually require replacement to avoid frequent breakdowns and high energy bills. 

 

How Do I Know if My HVAC System Needs Repair or Replacement? 

 

Age 

If your HVAC system is approaching or exceeding its expected lifespan, it may be more cost-effective to replace it with a newer, more energy-efficient model. 

 

Frequent Breakdowns 

When your HVAC system requires frequent repairs or seems to be malfunctioning all the time, it may be a sign that it’s nearing the end of its lifespan and needs replacement. 

 

Decreased Efficiency 

Rising energy bills or decreased heating or cooling performance show your HVAC system is no longer operating at its best. 

 

Our Services for HVAC Systems 

At Greenwood Heating and Home Services, we offer different HVAC services to meet all your heating and cooling needs. Our services include the following: 

 

Professional Installation 

Whether you’re upgrading to a new HVAC system or installing one for the first time, we will ensure a seamless installation process, from selecting the right system for your home to proper sizing and configuration. 

 

Maintenance 

Keep your HVAC system running smoothly with regular maintenance visits from our technicians. We’ll inspect, clean, and tune up your system to maximize efficiency, extend its lifespan, and prevent costly breakdowns. 

 

Repair 

If your HVAC system is experiencing issues, our team is here to help. We can take care of minor repairs and major system overhauls, such as: 

  • Fixing leaks 
  • Replacing faulty thermostats 
  • Repairing or replacing damaged ductwork 
  • Cleaning or replacing clogged filters 
  • Repairing or replacing malfunctioning components 

Our team will diagnose the problem quickly and provide reliable, cost-effective solutions to restore comfort to your home or commercial space. 

 

Tips to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your HVAC System 

  • Schedule annual maintenance to clean or replace air filters, check and seal ductwork, and lubricate moving parts. 
  • Upgrade to a programmable thermostat to set different temperatures for different times of the day. 
  • Seal air leaks around doors, windows, and other openings with weatherstripping or caulking. 
  • Keep vents and registers clear of obstructions. 

 

Looking for Quality Services for Your HVAC in King County? 

If you want to schedule maintenance or repairs for your HVAC system or wish for a new model, contact Greenwood Heating and Home Services today to schedule an appointment or a FREE in-home estimate for installation. Call us today! 

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