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Labor Day Energy Tips – Part 4

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching. With it, as always, means closing the door on summer and looking ahead to the cooler temperatures and falling leaves of Autumn. Like any other season, Fall brings with it a unique set of challenges and reminders for home performance and home energy. As the Labor Day weekend approaches,…

Identifying Common Air Leak Locations

As we’ve mentioned on the blog in the past, there are two main types of air leaks in the home–general air leaks in different areas of the home and duct leaks in your HVAC system’s duct work. These problems are sometimes not related and can occur in many different types of homes—both new and old….

Weatherization Risks? Unfortunately, They Exist

Weatherizing your home is one of the leading ways to create a more airtight, efficient home. It can reduce or eliminate air leaks, which can keep your conditioned air, whether warm or cool, inside or out of your home—wherever you prefer it to be depending on the season. Many do not know, however, that proper…

The Dangers of Leaks – General Air Leaks

When it comes to energy loss in the home, air leaks are a big culprit. We are seemingly always trying to figure out ways to make our homes more air tight, both in the warmer Summer months that are approaching and during the colder months that have just passed. There are two main types of…

Making Air Leaks a Thing of the Past

If you are one of the many who sees their home energy bill spike during the coldest or warmest times of the year, it’s likely that your home isn’t sealed to its fullest potential. Air leaks, commonly around doors, windows, crawlspaces, or other troublesome areas are a huge cause for energy loss for homeowners. So,…

Seal Your Ducts Properly with Aeroseal

Leaking ducts can be a big roadblock to home performance and overall efficiency at any time of the year. Not only can conditioned air leak out into spaces you don’t want it to, like inside walls or in basements and attics, but leaks can also allow dirt, dust and other particles to get into the…

Home Energy Diagnostics – The Blower Door Test

Perhaps you are one of the many homeowners who knows your house is losing energy and isn’t as efficient or comfortable as it could be. But, how do you identify the cause of this problem? A great number of homeowners are faced with this problem every day. As we’ve mentioned on this blog before, a…

BelRed’s Legacy of Innovation

Locally owned and operated for over 30 years, BelRed has been providing high-quality service to customers since 1986. Begun as a small heating and air conditioning services business, we've grown into one of the largest HVAC companies in western Washington, and we credit our success to our decades of satisfied customers and HVAC products. Along with superior service, BelRed has always been at the forefront of HVAC offerings, and continues to offer new solutions to optimize comfort and efficiency.

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  • Don’t Let Your Plumbing Keep You Up At Night

    Your home depends on a properly functioning plumbing system, but as a homeowner, you know a lot can go wrong! From leaky pipes to sewer backups, drips can become disasters in the blink of an eye. Watch the video below for preventative steps you can take to ensure your plumbing doesn’t keep you up at night….

  • The Dangers of Damaged Heat Exchangers

    What is a heat exchanger? You may not have ever heard of a heat exchanger, but we’re willing to bet you would definitely notice if it stopped working! A heat exchanger is a device in a furnace that separates the combustion process from your breathing air. Essentially, it is a combination metal chamber and passageway…

  • How to Light a Gas Fireplace Pilot Light

    Is there anything cozier than curling up around your fireplace when it’s cold out? We don’t think so! As colder weather approaches, you’ll want to make sure your fireplace is in working order. Most gas fireplaces have a standing pilot light, which is a small flame that burns even when you aren’t using your fireplace….

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