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Allstate HVAC

1 Review

“Edward has done heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration. He does great work for us. We have recommended him to ...”

2122 North 133rd St, Seattle, WA 98133 License: allsthc880j4

Green City Heating and Air Conditioning

1 Review

“Jeff put in two furnaces for me. He gave great service. I would use him again.”

Serving Seattle, WA
Stay home, get comfy, save money. Green City Heating and Air Conditioning will keep you warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and in budget all year round with energy-saving and economical heating and cooling systems. Dedicated to finding the best solutions for your needs, we offer system design, ...

Repairpro Electrical & Mechanical Service, LLC

8 Reviews

“Trouble shooting a GFI circuit . . . Mark Leon was pleasant and worked at a quick pace . . . did a wonderful job and...”

Serving Seattle, WA License: REPAIL*881P2
RepairPro is your local choice for all your service and repair needs. We Specialize in service and repair work allowing for a quick response to your commercial or residential needs. Striving to build a reputation for quality work with each satisfied customer, we value your business and are able to h...

Cummings Heating and Air Conditioning

5 Reviews

“The boiler system for my radiant heated floors stopped working on a Saturday. They came out, diagnosed the problem a...”

Serving Seattle, WA License: CUMMII*914QC
YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR THE FINEST INDOOR COMFORT CONTROL! Cummings, Inc. is your complete professional source for heating and cooling comfort. We have served our community for years and have a solid reputation for quality products, good value and expert service. Our team of professionals has d...

Other Local Seattle, Washington HVAC Contractors:

9407 35Th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

James Heating & More Services. Our goal at James Heating & More is to stay in touch with any changes in our industry, so that we can always offer you ...

51124 Po Box, Seattle, WA 98115
A local resident recently reported the theft of an air conditioning unit from his first floor apartment. The resident said he had called Seattle, Washington air conditioning contractors because no air was coming out of the vent, but when the A/C and heating contractors reached the Seattle home they discovered the unit was missing. Police were called but with no witnesses they currently have no suspects or leads. This is not the first time an air conditioner was stolen in the area, so law enforcement officials are urging the public to keep their eyes open for suspicious activity and to question individuals they see tampering with air conditioning units.