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Generators 101

Generators 101: Standby Generators vs. Portable Generators

There are two types of generators for backup power: Standby and Portable. Let’s consider the benefits and considerations for each in Sammamish. Standby Generators – the benefits of this system A standby home generator keeps your power on during an outage. It’s installed outside your house, on a pad (like an AC unit) and comes

The Advantages of Mini Split Heat Pumps

Mini split heat pumps operate much like regular heating systems except for one major difference: there are no ducts. Consisting of an indoor unit that blows air over evaporator coils and an outdoor unit that powers the system, mini split heat pumps have many advantages to offer homeowners. To help homeowners better understand its ins

Common Air Conditioning Problems Homeowners Should Know

When it comes to maintenance, prevention is indeed better than having to repair. The same holds especially true for heating and air conditioning systems. The more you know about them, the better you can care for them. Furthermore, by being well-versed about the common problems that can afflict them, you equip yourself with the knowledge

Why Choose Cardinal Heating and Air Conditioning?

Cardinal Heating and Air Conditioning is one of the top cooling and heating contractors in our area because of our commitment to excellence and our decades of experience. We do our best to build long-term relationships with our clients, unlike others who do the bare minimum just to get paid. As part of our commitment,

Tips to Help You Research Your HVAC Contractors Properly

While it may seem difficult to find the right company among the diversity of HVAC contractors, it’s a bit easier if you utilize the right approach. You just need to keep a few important things in mind when choosing your contractor. This includes narrowing down your choices by looking for certain qualities and qualifications.

Save Energy New Year

Start 2018 Off Right with these Energy Saving Tips for the New Year

The new year is the perfect time for new beginnings. One bad habit that you can kick in 2018 is wasting energy in your home. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we use more energy than we need to. Eventually, this can certainly take a toll on our monthly energy bill. If you’re ready to start

Celebrate Winter Seattle

3 Ways to Celebrate the Start of Winter in Seattle

Winter is almost here, which means that the holidays are not far behind. If you love celebrating the start of winter and the holiday season, then you’ll want to check out some of these fun ways to enjoy the start of winter in Seattle, WA: Winter in Seattle Watch “A Christmas Carol.” “A Christmas Carol”

Top Houseplants Better IAQ

Breathe Easy with These 5 Houseplants for Better IAQ

You may be surprised to find that the air inside your home is often more polluted than outdoor air. There are a variety of toxins that can accumulate inside your home over time, such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethane. These make their way into your house through different chemicals that are often found in furniture,

Routine HVAC Maintenance Benefits

How Routine HVAC Maintenance Can Save You Money

Some Seattle homeowners live by the motto, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” However, when it comes to your HVAC system, this mindset can actually impact you negatively. Just like your car needs an oil change and tire rotation after every 2,000 to 5,000 miles, your heating and cooling system also need some routine

When Replace Home Heating System

When’s the Best Time to Replace Your Home Heating System?

As cold weather nears, it is important to think about the health of your home heating system. If your HVAC system has not been  functioning as well as it used to, then it may be time to consider a home heating system replacement.   How Long Does a Heating System Last? The lifespan of a