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10 Best Seattle HVAC Contractors

  • 7116 220th St SW 1, Mountlake Terrace
    Liz Pearce - They did a solid job installing central air in my home. The post-install inspection process was a bit of a mess (unclear what was happening when and if someone needed to be home) but otherwise good work.
    Adam Doppelt - They did a nice job with my attic AC install. There were bumps along the way, but they fixed the problems quickly and threw in some free maintenance to smooth things over. Clearly they care about the customer.
    Kirby Winfield - Prompt response to water heater issue/questions on a Sunday morning. Gave a quote for a new heater via text message Sunday afternoon. Installed beautifully Tuesday!
    recommended by Katie Zejdlik, Carly Kiser
  • Ben Gilbert - I did the annual plan after I moved into my house.
    Steve Dossick - Awesome and thorough service every time.
    recommended by Erica Thomson
  • 4601 S 134th Pl, Tukwila
    Dae Yu - More of a pre-review at this point. These guys are working with Costco and a water heater supplier to offer a commercial grade water heater through Costco for residential installation. I'm thinking of using them.

    if y'all have thoughts and opinions of working with them, then please share.
    thanks!

    p.s. water heaters and all the related work to get them replaced in a residential setting... expensive!
    (maybe part of the reason why it only happens every decade or so)
    Pepper's Personal Assistants - Experience: They were quick and courteous and respectful of my client's home. Also has emergency services (Danielle 2/2019)
  • 10228 Main St, Bothell
    Pepper's Personal Assistants - (Margaret 2/2019)
    recommended by Sara Eizen
  • 14148 NE 190th St, Woodinville
    Michael Mattmiller - Great customer service, efficient, reasonable prices.
  • 13649 NE 126th Pl 101, Kirkland
    Omar Shahine - Really easy to work with, they have provided some HVAC advise for us and also maintained our system.
    Lora Shahine - Easy to work with, professional group.
  • 10011 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle • Greenwood
    Vanessa Laughlin - Gene Johnson Plumbers saved the day when a broken shower caused a meltdown among AirBnb guests in one of our rentals. Understandably! A team came the same day we called and since they happened to have an opening, they didn't even charge us a 'rush fee', which I have never seen before when working with other companies. Also, everyone I've met who works there is a perfect gentleman, which is never a bad thing.
    recommended by Beach Blvd
  • 7116 220th St SW 1, Mountlake Terrace
    Adam Doppelt - Artisans. They ripped out my terrible tankless system and put in a custom boiler/thermos. Beautiful work done on time.
    Ben Shorr - Tore out old boiler - installed new boiler. Not cheap - but excellent work. Still working 8 months later.
  • 20508 56th Ave W B, Lynnwood
    Adam Doppelt - This guy came in and fixed my broken gas fireplace. Also replaced the little burny bits, cleaned the igniter, etc. Reasonably priced and highly recommended.
    recommended by Carolyn Gracz
  • 3909 196th St SW, Lynnwood
    Sherri Monte - As interior designers at Elegant Simplicity, we have recommended Washington Energy services to our clients.

    We have been impressed by their thoroughness + look forward to using them again!

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Insulation and vapor barrier contractor

I need to get the insulation and vapor barrier repaired in my new house. Does anyone have experience with this and know of a good place to start fo...
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Last reply about 1 month ago
Ryan Bruss Thanks for the tip @Marston! I have an appointment for Attic Project to come out for free to check it out and do an estimate for free.
Marston Gould I just recently used them to insulate and do rat barrier prevention.
Steven A. Chayer Thanks for the hat tip, @amd. The guys I would recommend, back in the day, have moved on. Attic Project looks like a great recommendation. Good luck, Ryan. Please let us know how it goes.