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Seattle Harts Plumbers, Electricians, & HVAC Technicians
2502 196th St SW, Suite 100, Lynnwood, WA 98036

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Who We Are

Local HVAC Technicians

At Harts, our HVAC Technicians in Seattle, WA are highly skilled and licensed professionals that are central to maintaining the comfort and safety of homes throughout Puget Sound. Known for their expertise in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, our HVAC technicians play a crucial role in the Pacific Northwest, where weather conditions can vary dramatically. From damp, chilly winters to warm summers, Seattle’s climate demands HVAC systems that function efficiently year-round, making the work of these technicians not just necessary but vital for the efficiency of your home.

Providing Seattle HVAC Services

Every HVAC technician at Harts are licensed professional, that is insured and bonded in all of the tasks required to keep your HVAC system healthy and in working order, including:

  • Installations: heating, heating and cooling systems, ventilation, ductwork, and much more. If it’s related to HVAC and it can be installed, our HVAC technicians provide the service.

  • Removal & replacement of your existing system. No matter if it’s an outdoor unit or a central heating system our HVAC installation team will replace your low efficiency system with a new HVAC system of an optimal unit size to improve your home’s energy efficiency so that you can save on your energy bills while having your perfect air temperature and improved air quality.

  • Regular Maintenance: There is a lot than can go wrong with your HVAC system. At Harts we encourage proactive and preventative maintenance to prevent any potential problems with your current system in the future. We care so much about preventative maintenance that we have an HVAC Preventative Maintenance Membership Plan.

  • HVAC Repair of any components of an existing HVAC system. While most repairs are centered around equipment failures, such as loss of power, a broken thermostat, malfunctioning heat pump, or leaking evaporator coil; there are a variety of other factors that determine issue and cost of a repair project. When you contact Harts HVAC Technicians to complete a system repair job, we operate in the most efficient way to avoid additional costs to protect your budget and to take advantage of any system warranty, saving you the most money.

Our HVAC technician will also bring a depth of knowledge to their work, understanding the unique needs of the local area’s houses. Whether it’s a historic home in Seattle requiring a custom heating solution or a modern new build needing a sophisticated air conditioning system, our HVAC professionals are equipped to handle the challenges presented by the diverse architecture and varying needs of each home in Seattle.

Common HVAC System Problems

Common HVAC problems often stem from neglect and a lack of regular maintenance, leading to a range of issues that can affect system performance.

Dirty Filters

One of the most frequent issues is dirty filters, which can restrict airflow and reduce a system’s efficiency, potentially leading to overheating and premature system failure.

Temperature Regulation Issues

Improper thermostat settings or malfunctions can also cause comfort issues, either by not properly regulating the temperature or by miscommunicating with the HVAC system.

Leaking Ductwork

A ductwork leak can result in significant energy efficiency loss and uneven heating or cooling. On the air conditioner side, low refrigerant levels can reduce a system’s ability to the air of your home cool, often indicative of leaks that need professional repair.

Mechanical Failures

The wear and tear on components like the blower motor, belts, and bearings can lead to inefficiency, unusual noises, and even system breakdowns.

Benefits of a New HVAC System

Investing in a new system not only contributes to environmental conservation through reduced energy consumption but also increases the value of your property, making it an advantageous move for any homeowner.

Energy Efficiency

Modern HVAC units are designed with advanced technology that maximizes energy use, significantly reducing utility bills compared to older, less efficient models.

Improved Air Quality

Newer systems provide improved air quality, incorporating sophisticated filtration and ventilation mechanisms that better eliminate pollutants, allergens, and dust from indoor air, creating a healthier living environment.

Improved Comfort

Comfort levels see a notable upgrade with the installation of a new HVAC system; modern units offer superior temperature control and consistency, along with reduced noise levels, ensuring a more comfortable and peaceful indoor atmosphere.

Smart Features

The latest HVAC systems come with smart features and connectivity, allowing homeowners to easily control and monitor their systems via smartphones or other devices, enhancing convenience and further optimizing energy usage.

Professional Maintenance

Maintenance Tasks By Professional Technician

Though most standard HVAC maintenance can be done on your own, a home’s heating and cooling system is complex and some potential problems may not be apparent to you as it would be to a trained technician with years of experience. If your home has a new system then you may only need maintenance service once a year. For older HVAC systems, it would be best to have a licensed technician service your home twice a year – once in the spring and then again in the fall. During those visits the tech would perform tasks like:

  • Replace the air filter.

  • Check your motor and fan belt.

  • Clean your AC condensation drain line.

  • Seasonal tasks related to the furnace humidifier.

  • Check of the electrical system.

  • Inspect the ductwork.

  • Provide the work necessary to keep your system under warranty.

DIY Tasks

Maintenance Tasks You Can Do Without Professional Help

These things can help you maintain your HVAC systems to keep it in strong working order. It will also ensure that, if there is a potential problem, you may discover it sooner rather than later.

  • For your central heating system, check the visible space around your furnace make sure it’s free of household clutter, boxes, and furniture.

  • For the cooling system, make sure the outdoor unit is free of debris, like grass and leaves.

  • Complete a visual inspection to make sure there is two feet of cleared space around the HVAC system.

  • Install an efficient air filter.

  • Once a month, inspect your air conditioning unit for any leaks in the refrigerant lines. There are two lines to pay close attention to, they are typically made of copper, and it connects your outdoor air conditioning to your cooling system’s indoor evaporator coil.

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When is it time to Upgrade Your System?

If you are needing frequent HVAC repairs or your system is more than 10 years old, it is time to consider upgrading to a new system. When considering an upgrade, evaluate the cost of continuing to maintain and operate your current system against the investment in a new, more efficient system. It’s also worth considering any available tax credits or rebates for energy-efficient home improvements. Consulting licensed HVAC professional at Harts can help you understand your options and make the best decision based on your specific needs and the condition of your current system.

1. Age of the System

  • Heating Systems: If your furnace or boiler is more than 15-20 years old, it’s likely time to start considering an upgrade to a more efficient model.

  • Cooling Systems: Air conditioners and heat pumps that are over 10-15 years old are also candidates for replacement, especially if they are showing signs of wear or inefficiency.

2. Rising Energy Bills

A steady increase in your energy bills, despite similar usage patterns, can indicate that your HVAC system is becoming less efficient. Newer models have higher energy efficiency ratings, which can significantly reduce your energy costs.

3. Frequent Repairs

If you’re finding that your system needs frequent repairs, these costs can quickly add up, making it more economical in the long run to invest in a new system. As a rule of thumb, if repair costs are approaching 50% of the value of your system, replacement is a more cost-effective option.

4. Inconsistent Temperatures and Air Flow Issues

Difficulty maintaining consistent temperatures throughout your home, such as hot or cold spots in different rooms, can indicate that your HVAC system is not operating effectively. Upgrading can not only improve comfort but also ensure better air distribution and indoor air quality.

5. Noise

Excessive noise can indicate that your HVAC system is struggling to keep up with demand or that there are underlying issues that might not be worth the cost of repair.

6. Refrigerant Type

For air conditioners, if your system uses R-22 refrigerant (also known as Freon), it’s important to know that this refrigerant is being phased out due to environmental concerns. Upgrading to a new system that uses a more environmentally friendly refrigerant like R-410A can save you from high costs and availability issues in the future.

7. Technological Advancements

HVAC technology has advanced significantly, with newer systems offering better efficiency, programmable thermostats, smart home integration, and improved air quality features. Upgrading can bring your home up to date with the latest in HVAC technology, offering both comfort and savings.

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Why Choose The HVAC Technicians at Harts

At Harts Plumbers, Electricians, and HVAC Technicians – we are an HVAC company that cares. We carry different options of HVAC systems you to choose from, and our expert technicians can help you pick the system that is most suitable for your home and budget. Harts Seattle’s HVAC technicians understand the importance of customer service and building trust with our clients. They are not just technical experts; they are problem solvers who listen to their customers’ needs and offer tailored solutions that ensure comfort, efficiency, and reliability. Their dedication to quality workmanship and their commitment to staying up-to-date of the latest industry trends make them a valuable resource for anyone looking to install, maintain, or repair HVAC systems in Seattle, WA.

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