All Weather Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, LLC
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Commercial & Residential


All Weather is always available to meet your heating and air conditioning needs. We offer same day service and 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week. Our certified technicians arrive on time and provide you with a complete diagnosis and a clear, affordable price.
We repair and service all brands of gas furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps. At All Weather Heating and Cooling we stand behind our work and guarantee complete customer satisfaction.
The first day of installation for your heating or air conditioning system is the most crucial. Equipment failure is rarely due to the manufacturer, but rather the installer. Proper installation will ensure a well functioning system.
Both heating and cooling systems are made up of four components. First, the equipment itself, which the manufacturer completely controls. The three other components include: refrigeration piping and charging, electrical supply unit, and the deducted air supply and air distribution system. These three components are the contractor’s responsibility.
However, often contractors sell you the equipment and ignore the importance of the installation process. All Weather Heating and Cooling provides you with technicians who specialize in installation of new equipment. If you are looking into a new a/c or heating system that will function for years to come, call All Weather at 425-463-9814 to schedule an appointment today.

Services Available

  • Gas Furnaces
  • Gas Boilers
  • Humidifiers
  • Oil to Gas Conversions
  • Heat Pumps
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Custom Duct Work
  • Ductless Split Air Conditioning
  • High Efficiency Media Filters
  • Ultra Violet Air Purifiers
  • Programmable Thermostats
  • Service All Makes and Models of Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment
  • Planned Maintenance During Heating and Cooling Season.

Heating Season

  • Talk with a customer.
  • Visually inspect furnace.
  • Remove and clean burners, if possible.
  • Vacuum out burner compartment and heat exchanger.
  • Visually inspect heat exchanger for safe operation.
  • Clean flame sensor or inspect thermocoupler.
  • Clean and vacuum motor and blower compartment.
  • Check blower motors, Lube as needed.
  • Replace air filters or chemically clean electronic air cleaner.
  • Check and adjust thermostat. (Heat Anticipator)
  • Check operation of all safety controls.
  • Check flue for proper draft.
  • Cycle unit through one complete heat cycle.
  • Check operation and amperage draw on units with electric heat packages.
  • Startup and check humidifier, replace pad.
  • Supply customer with a written report.

Cooling Season

  • Talk with customer to see if there are any problems
  • Visually inspect equipment for refrigerant leaks.
  • Check for clogged condenser coil.
  • Check contactors and tighten electrical connections.
  • Adjust tension on belt (replace once per year).
  • Lubricate all motors.
  • Replace air filters or chemically clean electronic air cleaner.
  • Clean and vacuum motor and blower compartment.
  • Visually inspect evaporator, if accessible.
  • Clean out condensate drain line. Test operation for condensate pump.
  • Cycle A/C on and check charge in unit using superheat or subcool methods.
  • Check and record all voltage and amperages on all motors and compressors.
  • Shut down humidifier.
  • Supply customer with a written report.