In December of 2004 Greenwood was sold again to Michael Porter, this time going back to its Puget Sound roots… owned by a local Seattle resident. Michael Porter, a West Seattle resident and a life-long Seattle native. He is committed to complete customer satisfaction and has a mission to be ‘The Most Trusted HVAC Company in the Puget Sound area’. To become the best heating contractor in Seattle and the Eastside he knows he must be able to provide the Highest Quality and most energy efficient Air Conditioning and Heating products on the market. But there is so much more to being the best. Greenwood Heating is also your local expert when it comes to endless hot water systems, they are also your Indoor Air Quality experts with a full product line of air cleaning products.
As Idaho’s HVAC comfort and zoning specialists, Ultimate Heating & Air handles all of your residential heating, cooling, and air quality requirements. For every project, we target energy efficiency and reliability of your essential equipment, trimming cost of operation and ownership, while optimizing comfort. Through industry-leading innovations in both products and strategies, we simplify the challenges of everyday life, put you in superior control over your indoor environment, and promote sustainable solutions.
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Dirty furnace filters are one of the most common causes of a furnace failure. A dirty furnace filter can limit the airflow through your furnace and cause it to overheat. If you suspect a dirty air filter, change the filter, press the reset button (if your furnace has one) and see whether your furnace begins to emit heated air. Change your furnace filters regularly — pros recommend changing them once a month — to ensure that your furnace continues to work properly. Unaddressed, dirty furnace filters can cause extensive, and expensive, damage to your home’s heating system.
Your furnace's flame sensor is essentially a safety mechanism. As a thin metallic rod in front of the flame inside the unit, it's sole purpose is to confirm that your gas valves only open when a flame actually exists to burn that gas. When the flame sensor stop working, on the other hand, gas leaks can occur. To repair your furnace's flame sensor, expect to spend between $80 and $250. Even a full replacement of this part typically does not go above that range.
Cut down on energy costs and prevent damage to your furnace by addressing a gas furnace that's overactive or short cycling. Besides the need for consistently comfortable temperatures, this issue could cause long-term safety issues to your home, making it very important to address. From a faulty thermostat to a dirty filter, there are several possible causes to investigate.