Northwest Mechanical Blog
Your Home Plumbing: You Should Know The Truth
As a homeowner, you've got plenty to worry about. Your plumbing shouldn't be one of those things. Here is what you need to know about your home plumbing.
HOW TO Know when you're ready for a new furnace
Even if you’ve been in your home for years, it’s hard to know when a repair just isn’t going to cut it. How do you know when it's time for a new furnace?
3 Telltale Signs of an AC unit in Distress
Are you noticing a difference in your home's cooling? Make sure your unit isn't stressed out! Check out our top signs of a stressed AC unit
10 Things You Definitely Want To Check Before It Gets Cold
Taking just a little bit of time now will help save you from problems later on. These are the tasks that you will want to take care of before it gets cold.
HOW TO Know When to Turn On the Furnace
You probably have memories of growing up and wishing that your parents would turn up the heat. Yet, now that you’re the one in control of the thermostat, maybe you’re not so sure. So, how do you know when to turn on the heat?
History of AC Timeline
Get a little background on the marvel of air conditioning - but don't worry. It's only 1 page!
So WHY should we care about high efficient AC?
Everyone keeps pushing those high efficient air conditioners - but no one seems to explain why you should want a high efficient unit. Your questions answered!
4 Easy Ways to Reduce Your AC Spend This Summer
Summer is finally here! Which means so are those high cooling costs... Check out these simple ways to reduce your air conditioning bills this season!
5 Ways People Stayed Cool Before AC
Wondering how people could possibly have stayed cool without air conditioning in their homes? Find out how they kept their "cool" in the summer months.
HOW TO Prevent Sickness From Your Home
Every year you seem to be stuck with that pesky spring cold... AND you might be surprised that your home could actually be what is making you sick! Check out these 5 ways to reduce your chance of getting sick.