In 1993, only 68 percent of homes in the United States had air conditioning. By 2017 that number had jumped to 90 percent. Today, an air conditioner is a standard appliance in Washington and as essential to most families as a car, a microwave, or a refrigerator.
Air conditioning units have made incredible leaps in technology and efficiency in the last few years, making installing and operating a Kingston, WA home or small office air conditioning unit incredibly affordable.
In 2010, the most common refrigerant used in small air conditioning units, R-22, was banned in the European Union (EU) and the United States as part of a phaseout of ozone-depleting chemicals. In preparation for the ban, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry moved toward R-410A as the replacement for R-22.
The adoption of R-410A in home and small office air conditioners began a new era in high-efficiency air conditioning systems. Air conditioning units are more efficient, have a smaller footprint, and quieter than ever before.
Dana's Heating has been replacing older R-22 units with new R-410A equipment for years. Call our team at 360.226.7369 and we will help you find the right unit for your home. Request air conditioning service online today.
Just like your water pipes, air ducts hidden above the ceiling can leak and cause major damage to your home. Instead of water, air ducts leak conditioned air in wall and ceiling spaces wasting energy and promoting mold growth in places you can’t see.
Unfortunately, our Dana's Heating experts find a lot of Kingston, WA homes with old, leaking ducts. Sometimes the duct systems have been leaking for years wasting thousands of dollars in energy costs.
The telltale signs of damaged ductwork are high utility bills, damps spots on the ceiling near vents, or noisy or whistling sounds coming from the walls. If you smell mold or other bad odors coming from your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, do not waste time thinking things will improve. Have one of our professionals check the air ducts system right away.
Old ducts can be brought back to life. Duct cleaning, resealing leaky joints, or replacing noisy sections of ductwork can restore efficiency and bring comfort back to your Washington home. Call us at 360.226.7369, as we can propose the right solutions to fix noisy and inefficient duct systems. Request air duct service online today.
The era of ultra-high efficiency heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units is here. Ductless systems are small, wall-mounted, single-zone heating and air units with cooling Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) ratings near 30 compared to standard units with a typical SEER around 18. It is not uncommon in Washington for homeowners to see substantial savings in their energy bills the first month after installation of a mini split system.
Mini split units solve multiple problems at once. High efficiency makes a ductless system an outstanding replacement for an older HVAC unit. The ability to connect multiple ductless units to one condensing unit creates a zone control system, bringing high efficiency to multiple rooms. These systems offer extra benefits for your Kingston, WA home and can save you money overall.
Is your home right for a new ductless system? One call to Dana's Heating at 360.226.7369 and we can survey your home to see which ductless system will serve you best. Request ductless system service online today.
Just like your veins and arteries carry around blood, oxygen, and nutrients to each part of your body, your home’s air duct network transports heated and cooled air from your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to meet the needs of your entire family, regardless of which room they are in.
Dana's Heating is dedicated to helping you keep your home’s circulatory system clean and in good working order through services such as air duct cleaning. When you call our team, we will send out trained professionals to inspect your air ducts, loosen the debris found in them, vacuum them out with powerful equipment, and flush the entire system to leave the inside of your air ducts free from dust and dirt.
Consider giving your Washington home a little extra cleaning care by investing in duct cleaning services. Just like you clean the dust off the surfaces of things in your home as well as sweep, mop, and vacuum your floors, your air ducts accumulate a great deal of grime and dirt over the years.
Every family has dust, mites, dirt and insects in their air ducts. Those families who have pets may add dander to their air ducts, and remodeling debris can also gather in your Kingston, WA home’s air ducts.
In our do-it-yourself (DIY) society, it’s tempting to look up just about any home repair problem online and attempt a repair yourself. Electrical work, however, should not be one of these areas as the risks of electrical shock or fire are too high. Rely on our Dana's Heating professional to ensure the work is done properly, safely, and within code.
If you are having an electrical system problem in your Kingston, WA home, call one of our licensed electricians to evaluate the situation. You may need a repair, expansion, or inspection of your wiring system or your circuit breaker panel. Our team can provide advice and suggestions to help bring your electrical system up to a safe and efficient level for your home’s needs.
Many Washington homeowners may also be thinking about adding some of the cool new technologies available today. Some of these can benefit from upgrading your electrical system.
Our professional electricians can also help install and set up some of these improvements such as outdoor lighting systems, emergency generators, or smart home networks. Some security systems such as an alarm system or hard-wired smoke or carbon monoxide detectors can be installed by our team as well.
If you need more information about these or other electrical services, call Dana's Heating at 360.226.7369. We would be happy to look at your specific home situation and provide advice, tips, and suggestions. Request electrical service online today.
The last 10 years have seen incredible advancements in home-heating technology. The standard efficiency home furnace installed in most houses in Washington is becoming obsolete. In its place is an impressive lineup of gas furnaces that do everything from make instant hot water, warm radiant floors, and feed radiator systems.
This new supply of gas heater is more compact and more efficient than ever. In addition to our fast furnace repair, replacing an older gas furnace with a new, 95 percent efficient condensing furnace is one of Dana's Heating’s most common heating equipment calls.
A condensing furnace achieves high efficiency by using the hot combustion gasses, or flue gas, to add an additional stage of heating to the water. Extracting more heat from the flue gas causes the gas to condense in the furnace, creating cooler flue gases that can be vented with PVC pipe instead of expensive double wall flue pipes. Kingston, WA homeowners realize immediate savings on their gas bills with a condensing furnace.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
An increasing number of homeowners in Washington are considering geothermal heat pumps when they get quotes to replace their existing systems. The US Department of Energy (DOE) reports that geothermal systems use 25 to 50 percent less electricityKingston, WA than standard heating and air units. Additionally, geothermal heating and cooling units often last 20 years or more versus 10 to 15 years for typical heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Unlike most HVAC units that use the atmosphere as a heat source and heat sink, a geothermal heat pump unit uses a series of underground pipes to make the earth the heat sink. The installation of the underground piping takes the place of the outdoor condensing unit found on most heating and air systems.
Not every company has the knowledge and experience to install geothermal heat pumps properly like we do at Dana's Heating. A poor installation by an inexperienced contractor can mean the geothermal system provides little to no energy savings.
Call us at 360.226.7369 to let our team of experienced geothermal heat pump professionals help you decide which system is right for your Kingston, WA home. Request geothermal heat pump service online today.
The most common service we at Dana's Heating provide to our customers in Washington is the repair and maintenance of residential and light commercial heat pumps. We are known throughout the Kingston, WA area as the company to call when customers need heat pump and mini split heat pump maintenance. In addition to making quick and affordable repairs, we provide residential and light commercial maintenance maintenance agreement plans and full unit replacements.
There is a dizzying array of choices when it comes to replacing and installing heat pump systems. What manufacturer is best? Should you buy a high-efficiency or standard-efficiency heat pump? What about all the different kinds of thermostats?
Homeowners should not make these decisions on their own. We love to help our customers make informed choices regarding their new uni—choices that fit their needs and their budgets.
Indoor Air Quality
Do you find yourself feeling tired all the time? Are you suffering from allergies, asthma, or constant respiratory distress? Although these things can originate from many different sources, poor indoor air quality is a possibility.
Our team at Dana's Heating here in Kingston, WA wants to help you ensure a healthy home. We will come out and test the air quality in your Washington home. If they find any issues, they can provide remediation services to help you improve it.
Everyone has dust and dust mites in their home as well as some level of chemicals released from carpeting, cleaning supplies, and other household substances. In addition, if you have pets, you will generate more hair and dander. Smoking also adds particulates to the air. All of these things can contribute to an indoor air quality problem.
Testing of indoor air quality is something we do every day. If we find issues, our experienced professionals might recommend remediation such as air duct cleaning or replacing your air filters in your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. A wide variety of air filtration and air purification systems are available on the market today as well, which can help improve your indoor air quality.
Everything has its season, and your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is no different. Your furnace puts in overtime during the chilly winters while taking a rest in the summer, and your air conditioning unit works on the opposite schedule in Washington. Our team at Dana's Heating recommends that right before your furnace or air conditioner goes into high gear you schedule an HVAC maintenance service call.
Our trained professionals will conduct a complete inspection and cleaning of your HVAC system. Talk with us about our multipoint inspection. It includes a filter change, lubrication, pressure and safety check, and much more. You will also have a trained eye on your system so any potential problems can be caught quickly and repaired before your HVAC system stops working.
In the long run, investing in HVAC maintenance can save you a great deal of stress and money in your Kingston, WA home. A well-maintained system will not only function better, but it will consume less energy every day. In addition, it can help increase the working life of your whole system, making it less likely you will have to invest in a new furnace or air conditioning unit prematurely.
When you are ready to schedule your HVAC maintenance visit, contact Dana's Heating at 360.226.7369 . We would be happy to answer questions or share more details. Request HVAC maintenance service online today.
No one likes dealing with a lack of hot water in your Washington home. In general, barring some major catastrophe, the fault lies in the type of water heater you use. Regardless of where you are in your water heater’s life cycle, it’s worth looking into the new alternatives on the market and the benefits they may bring to your home.
The first option many Kingston, WA homes come with is a tank water heater. These are generally heated by gas, electricity, or oil, then heat and store your hot water. However, they can run out at inconvenient times and can cause large amounts of water damage should the tank ever leak.
The second option is a tankless water heater. These systems heat water only upon demand, regardless of how much you may want at the time. They also are highly energy efficient since you are only using the water you need at the time—you are not spending money to keep a tank of water hot waiting to be used. Since these heaters do not have storage tanks, they have a smaller footprint in your home, making for versatility in installation locations.
When you are ready to learn more or to make needed improvements in your water heater, whether it is a replacement, new installation, repair, or maintenance, our Dana's Heating professionals at are ready and waiting for you—give us a call at 360.226.7369. Request water heater service online today.
Zone Control Systems
As an energy-conscious Washington homeowner, you may have relied on diligence and basic technology to try to reduce your energy consumption at home. You may have responsibly programmed your thermostat to reduce consumption while you are at work or asleep. You may even police your Kingston, WA home regularly, closing and opening room vents as needed. And you may take on extra inconveniences to reduce your overall carbon footprint each day.
Our team at Dana's Heating can now provide you with an easier way: zone control systems. These systems are designed to connect to your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Each zone has its own thermostat, and the system can be programmed to automatically open and shut zone dampers as the system receives temperature adjustments.
Zone control systems allow you to boost or lower the temperature of your bedrooms, for example, to achieve comfortable sleeping conditions. If you are entertaining in your main living areas, you can adjust that particular zone to manage the temperature for a greater number of people. Or, you can keep your home office zone comfortable while the rest of your home stays in energy-conservation mode during business hours.
Zone control systems, when installed properly and professionally, can help you reduce your energy consumption throughout the year while increasing your family’s comfort levels.
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“Daniel was amazing! He is very well versed in his field!”
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“Chad’s visit was exceptional in many ways–level of knowledge was apparent about all aspects of systems’ design, recommendations for short and long term enhancements as well as apparent design failures. Believable, honest and reflected our 15+ year experience with performance from excellent to poor.
Gave me the immediate confidence to change maintenance providers after a recent very poor experience.”
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“Dana’s is simply a great company to do business with. From installation to performing maintenance they are always professional in their conduct. I’ve always received a call back on the same day in addressing my concerns and they even text reminders of maintenances coming due. What I really like about them is that they do not contract their work out to third parties. There may be a bit of a premium, however in return I get peace of mind. Even during these pandemic times they have sent someone out to address my concerns.”
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“Carl was pleasant, professional and a pleasure to interact with. This was an annual check, and he performed that efficiently. I also appreciate that he changed our air filter.”
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“Brian O did a fantastic job in diagnosing the problem & making the repairs to our heat pump. His expertise is appreciated. Thank you Brian.”
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“Professional, friendly, honest, knowledgeable, & efficient”
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“Absolutely great technicians. Re-routed my lines to the heat pump and it looks professional-a wonderful change. They were really nice as well!”
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“Justin was very helpful answered all our questions. Very friendly and helpful.
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“Found the problem with our heat pump needs repair or replaced Dave was very knowledgeable and great at sharing options and possible costs. Great guy 👍”
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“Mike is a fantastic employee. He is very knowledgeable and conscientious with his work. He came to my house at the end of a long day for him and set out to troubleshoot a complex problem and insure and long term fix.”