Heating and Cooling Shoreline WA
Heating and Cooling at Power Electric are the industry standard in the greater Shoreline Area. See below about our heating and cooling expertise. We do not cut corners, we won’t hit you with hidden fees and we will certainly not over promise on time and quality. If a job is going to take a few weeks we will be upfront with you about that and not say we will have it done in a matter of days just to get the sale. We aren’t in this for transactional relationships, we are in the business of building strong relationships. We hope you give us a chance to build one with you.
Please navigate yourself to one of our service pages for more in depth detail about all of our experienced services we offer by clicking one of the links below.
· Home Inspection
· Electrical Panel
· Heating and Cooling
· Lighting Design and Installation
· EV Charger Installation
· Generator Installation
Also check out our neighborhood pages highlighting our favorite neighborhoods of Shoreline WA!
Our Installation Process
The installation process for heating and cooling systems typically includes the following steps:
Assessment and measurement: A technician will assess the size and layout of the building and take measurements to determine the appropriate size and type of heating and cooling system. They will also assess the existing ductwork, if any, to determine if it is in good condition and suitable for use with the new system.
Choosing the right system: Based on the assessment and measurement, the technician will recommend the best heating and cooling system for the building and its specific needs. They will also provide an estimate of the cost of the installation.
Obtaining permits: The technician will obtain the necessary permits from local authorities before proceeding with the installation.
Removing the old system: If an existing system is present, the technician will remove it, including any old ductwork, and dispose of it properly.
Installing the new system: The technician will install the new heating and cooling system, including running new ductwork, connecting the system to the electrical and gas lines, and installing any necessary controls and thermostats.
Testing and inspection: The technician will test the new system to ensure that it is functioning properly and meets all safety standards. They will also schedule an inspection by the local authorities to ensure that it meets code requirements.
Cleanup and final walk-through: Once the installation is complete, the technician will clean up the work area and conduct a final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure that the new system is working properly and to answer any questions or concerns.
It is important to note that this process may vary depending on the specific conditions of the building, and the complexity of the project. A licensed HVAC contractor should be consulted for a specific installation process, and to make sure that the installation is performed in a safe and code-compliant manner.