Heating & Cooling Experts for Your Home or Business
At Rainier Heating & Cooling, we offer comprehensive HVAC services to Tacoma homeowners and businesses. Our technicians are experienced in all types of HVAC systems and can help with any HVAC problem.
Call us today at (253) 600-2758 to learn more about our services and to schedule an appointment.
Our HVAC Services
Our Tacoma HVAC experts are qualified to handle all types of heating and cooling systems. We can diagnose and repair all types of issues with your HVAC equipment. Our technicians are respectful and clean and will leave your home as clean as they found it.
We offer a wide variety of services, including:
- Heating services
- Air conditioning services
- Indoor air quality services
- Ductwork services
- Heat pump repair
- Commercial HVAC services
We offer a variety of HVAC services to keep your home comfortable all year long. We can repair and replace your HVAC equipment or provide HVAC maintenance to keep your system in top condition.
Signs You Need Heating Repair
Here are some signs that indicate you may need heating repair:
- Insufficient or uneven heating
- Unusual noises (e.g., banging, rattling, hissing)
- Increased energy bills
- Poor air quality or strange odors
- Frequent cycling (short cycling)
- Cold air blowing when it should be warm
- Pilot light issues (gas furnaces)
- Thermostat malfunctions
- Aging heating system
Schedule an appointment with our Tacoma HVAC experts by calling (253) 600-2758 today.
Call Rainier Heating & Cooling at (253) 600-2758 today and schedule your service appointment with us!
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What are the benefits of air conditioning?A:
The benefits of air conditioning are to give a comfortable environment at work or at home throughout the seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. An Air Conditioning unit can have two functions – heating/cooling and humidity control. With an auto changeover switch on most new units, you set the temperature and the unit will cool or heat as required automatically.
What manufacturer makes the best air conditioners?A:
Air conditioning is a matured technology so most of the popular brands work well. Many of them use parts made by the same manufacturers. So, the main considerations are the price, warranty, attractiveness, noise, etc. Some manufacturers offer anywhere from a 10-12 year warranty on all parts while others offer only 1 year. Whatever you decide, the most important consideration is the contractor you use. For your protection, make sure you use a licensed contractor for your installation. A licensed contractor using best refrigerant practices and procedures can save you time and money! You may buy the best system in the world but if it is not properly installed, you will actually be buying nothing but a big headache for years to come.
What is ENERGY STAR?A:
ENERGY STAR is a program that was created by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help businesses and individuals make energy efficient purchases. This program places the ENERGY STAR label, a small blue and white logo, on items that meet superior energy efficiency standards. This label provides an easy way for consumers to identify quality, high-efficiency products.
How does an Air Conditioner work?A:
The majority of home and smaller commercial air conditioning systems circulate a compressed gas refrigerant in a closed “split” system to cool and condition inside air. The refrigerant has to be re-cooled and condensed, and outside air is the medium most often used to accomplish this. The term “split” simply means that components are divided into inside and outside portions as opposed to being located together in a “package” unit. The refrigerants, widely recognized by the trademark “freon” (which is a registered trademark of the DuPont company for refrigerants), helps cool and dehumidify the inside air. In a “forced air” system, an internal blower circulates the conditioned air through ducts to the rooms where the cooler air is needed. The air ducts generally run either below the ceiling and inside the rooms (conditioned air) or in the attic (unconditioned air). An outside fan pulls air across the external parts of the system to cool and condense the refrigerant.