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    phoenix
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    Our heating system needs a tuneup. I’d appreciate any recommendations. Thank you!

    #930467

    Jeannie
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    You might try Affordable Furnace Repair. affordablefurnacerepair@msn.com. Also, PSNRG can do a free inspection, but it’s very basic.

    #930470

    Curate
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    We did a lot of research on this very service last year and chose Green Bear Heating and Air. Shawn was fabulous. We will continue to use him for our heating maintenance and repair issues going forward. Contact info: greenbearheatingandair.com or 206.419.3774. Email: sforney@greenbearheatingandair.com

    Not affiliated, no kickbacks, just a happy customer. Good luck and hope you have a warm fall and winter!

    #931559

    phoenix
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    Thank you Jeannie and Curate for your recommendations.

    #931605

    ocean
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    We use James at James Heating and More – (206) 923-1876. Our 25+ year old furnace was in a tricky space, and James was able to replace it and manage all the details. He was amazing, reliable, affordable, and we have recommended him to many friends. One had previously been quoted a huge amount for a repair, but James was able to do the same repair in much less time for less than half the cost the big company had quoted.
    James is also very local, he lives in the neighborhood!

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  ocean. Reason: Forgot to say he's very local!
    #936993

    kb3
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    I’m sorry for the belated response, I’ve been meaning to respond but couldn’t get my password reset to work.

    We had a great experience with Abundant Heating out of Burien with a furnace replacement. They obviously knew their business, offered a competitive price, and did the work really well (as my DIY father begrudgingly admitted).

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