As a licensed, full service residential and commercial Ductless Heat Pump contractor in Tacoma, you can hire our company while retaining peace of mind in the knowledge that you’ve hired one of the best contractors in Tacoma. You can be confident that you are getting a quality, professional service that is carried out correctly – the first time around!
We have serviced businesses and home owners in Tacoma for over 30 years and we’re proud of the excellent reputation that we’ve built for ourselves. We plan on maintaining that reputation by always striving to provide the best possible service and continuing to keep our customers 100% happy.
We will always provide you with a free quote that details all of the tasks and items that are needed to complete a job BEFORE we begin any work that we do for you. If we find additional problems as we carry out the work, then we will keep you informed, and again let you know the price BEFORE we continue, so there are no nasty surprises waiting for you when you receive the final bill.
As of January 2020, we have partnered with Rainier Heating & Cooling LLC. We are excited to expand our company and offer more services to our customers than ever before.
Rainier Heating & Cooling LLC is the parent company of Advanced Weatherization.
Some of our services may be performed by Rainier Heating & Cooling LLC.
We look forward to working with you!
Frequently asked questions
What areas do you service?
We service families, homes and businesses all over Pierce County, areas of South King County and the South Puget Sound region. Call us today to get more information on the areas we service: (253) 948-7812
What is a ductless heat pump?
A heat pump is basically an air conditioner that works in reverse. Instead of having cold coils on the inside and heat coils on the outside, they are reversed. A heat pump has a switch (or thermostat) to change from the A/C function to the heating function. When in heat mode, it provides hot air to the home. When the switch is turned to A/C mode, the effect reverses, and the home is cooled. A blower pulls air from inside and circulates it against the coils, then blows cool air back to the home.
Why is an annual service important?
Keeping your HVAC system running properly requires a yearly preventative service. This includes checking all electrical connections, changing filters, clearing debris or dust that may have accumulated, checking the drain pans and lubricating moving parts.
Do you offer financing?
The cost of your new system shouldn't hold you back from being comfortable in your home!