Barron Heating and Air Conditioning celebrating 45th anniversary
Barron Heating and Air Conditioning, founded by Dan and Vivian Barron in 1972, is celebrating its 45th anniversary Saturday, Oct. 7 at its Ferndale showroom.
Now owned by John Barron and Bill Pinkey, Barron Heating will be offering appetizers and cake from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Customers also may complete entries at the showroom during this time for a prize drawing. The winner may choose from a Daikin Ductless heat pump, a fireplace from Hearth & Home Technologies or a Bullfrog hot tub each worth approximately $6,000. The drawing will be conducted Oct. 23 after anniversary celebrations at Barron Heating showrooms in Burlington (Oct. 14) and Marysville (Oct. 21).
Barron Heating has become one of Northwest Washington’s largest and most respected providers of home comfort products and services. The Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce named the company its Green Business of the Year in 2013. Approximately 100 employees serve customers in five counties; Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Snohomish.
Barron Heating offers a wide range of heating and air conditioning products and services, including ductless heat pump and in-floor radiant systems. It also features a large selection of gas, wood and pellet stoves and fireplaces, as well as hot tubs.
“We specialize in home performance & duct leakage testing,” John Barron said. “We recently added AeroSeal, a new technology that seals ductwork from the inside out, to our services that can greatly improve comfort, health and energy efficiency for customers.”