It’s Official: Now Serving South Whidbey Island

January 15th, 2024

We’re happy to announce that we’re back in South Whidbey and ready to deliver home services. If you contacted us in the past few years and heard we were at capacity and couldn’t book new services, you’d be right–let’s explain what happened.

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The Pay Back Program is Back and Bigger Than Ever

January 1st, 2024

Tired of getting hit with big energy bills? The Pay Back Program is designed to help you save big on every type of installation you can think of. Whether it’s your cooling system, water heater, or your fireplace, you can save big.

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3 Signs it’s Time for Furnace Replacement

December 18th, 2023

Year after year, you rely on your furnace to kick on during that first frigid day in winter, and like clockwork, it always does. You upkeep it with maintenance, you don’t linger on repairs, but all good things come to an end. If it’s giving you one of these three major troubles, it’s time to consider furnace replacement.

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Drain Cleaning – Holiday Prep for Guests

December 11th, 2023

It’s that time of year again–you’re hosting guests, from aunts and uncles to godchildren and everyone in between. The family gets together at your house, but your plumbing system may not be ready for it.

Your drains, in particular, undergo a lot of use during the holiday season. If you haven’t had drain cleaning or maintenance of any kind in recent years, they’re long overdue for a bit of work. Here’s why you’ll want drain cleaning services before those guests come knocking.

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Home Sustainability: How Solar Panels and Heat Pumps Work Together

December 4th, 2023

Solar cuts your ongoing electrical costs, heat pumps lower your energy bills, and they can work together to compound those effects. When you power your heat pump with solar energy, you’re supercharging your home sustainability, and this is why it works.

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Why Switch to a Tankless Water Heater?

October 16th, 2023

Your water heater works fine, so why bother switching to something new when you don’t feel the need to? The fact of the matter is this: the world is switching away from tank-style water heaters, and for good reasons.

While going tankless may seem daunting at first, we’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be difficult or the least bit concerning. (Actually, it can save you money on your monthly bills.) Let’s take a look at tankless water heaters and why you might use one to replace your current water heater.

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The Best Reliable Back-Up Heat for Your Home

October 9th, 2023

Sometimes winter comes banging on the front door with no plans of leaving, and your primary home heating method doesn’t hold up. It happens, which is why it’s not only a good idea to have a back-up heating method–it’s paramount.

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Daikin FIT Enhanced – Qualifies for the 25c Tax Credit

October 2nd, 2023

Homeowners like yourself are always on the lookout for major home savings in any capacity that they can receive. The 25c Tax Credit is exactly what you’re looking for, and with Daikin, you can take full advantage of it.

Daikin’s FIT Enhanced heat pump comes with numerous benefits, but we’re not talking about product features here–we’re talking about serious savings with the 25c tax credit that began in 2023.

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What the Daikin Family of Products Are and Why We Use Them

September 18th, 2023

If you’ve ever shopped for a new HVAC system or a way to filter the air in your home, you’ve likely seen Daikin’s name before. Daikin is one of the largest HVAC equipment manufacturers in the world, and we’re proud to carry and install their systems.

So what makes Daikin different? There aren’t that many HVAC brand names that you can name off the top of your head, but Daikin’s one of them. Let’s talk about why.

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How to Know Your Sump Pump Needs Repairs

September 11th, 2023

Your sump pump is an unsung hero in your home. It safeguards your basement and your foundation, but since you rarely check in on it, how are you supposed to even know if it needs to be repaired before the next storm hits?

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