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Furnace Repair and Commercial plumbing in Snohomish, WA


Meeting the Furnace Needs of Snohomish, WA

Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating offers furnace sales, installation, and service to the Snohomish community. If you’re interested in buying a furnace we have plenty of options to choose from, whether your home is small or large, old or new. Propane, natural gas, and electric furnaces are all available, and we’ll ensure that your chosen furnace integrates well with your home’s duct system. And if you have an inefficient, old-model, oil-burning furnace, we’ll suggest options for upgrading. Be sure to ask us about Energy Star, a range of cutting-edge heating solutions designed to keep your home warm and comfortable while saving you up to 30 percent on your monthly heating bill. Our licensed technicians can offer a consultation, answer any questions you have, and customize a plan for installation.

Furnace Repair in Snohomish, WA

Like every machine, a furnace will wear down over time and require repairs. In order to extend your furnace’s lifetime and prevent it from shutting down completely, count on our furnace experts to deliver timely, professional service that will keep your furnace running as efficiently as possible for as long as possible. Here’s a partial list of what we provide:

  • Free estimates
  • Knowledge of all major furnace brands
  • Custom ductwork
  • Oil to gas conversions
  • Post-repair inspections

Commercial plumbing for Snohomish, WA

If your business needs water line replacement, sewer line repair, or drain cleaning expertise, contact Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating. Our state-licensed plumbers are certified to work in a variety of commercial environments ranging from churches and retail stores to adult care facilities and multi-unit, multi-story buildings. Regardless of the setting, our next-gen equipment and considerable knowledge make us the perfect choice for a variety of projects, including:

  • Trenchless drilling
  • Backflow testing
  • High-pressure water jetting
  • Pipe repair and replacement
  • Filtration
  • Septic tank installation and repair
  • Plumbing design and remodeling
  • Gas and water line installation and repair


About Snohomish, WA

Founded in 1859, Snohomish has since earned a reputation as the “Antique Capital of the Northwest” thanks to the city’s numerous antique shops and its historic downtown. In fact, the Snohomish Historic District is nationally renowned, earning a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Snohomish residents are proud of the town’s history and heritage, and many homes display plaques showing the year the house was built and the names of the original occupants. Snohomish also holds the distinction of being one of the Puget Sound area’s first inland cities.


Contact us today for more information on the services provided by our well-established heating company serving Snohomish, WA.


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Selecting the Right Furnace: The Factors You Should Consider

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Selecting the Right Furnace: The Factors You Should Consider

Thinking about a new furnace? If so, there are some important factors to consider before purchase and installation. At Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating, Inc., we have decades of collective experience with every type of furnace imaginable. Here’s some advice from us on how to select the right furnace.

Are some furnaces superior to others?

Absolutely. Efficiency is of course the biggest measuring stick that differentiates one furnace from another, but there are other important features your new furnace should possess. These include corrosion-resistant heat exchangers, pressure switches, induced draft blowers, direct-drive blower units, and, to minimize noise, an insulated blower compartment.

Another way to weed out good furnaces from great is to review the furnace’s limited warranty. As with any product, a trusted manufacturer will have no problem backing up its craftsmanship with a rock-solid warranty. And speaking of the manufacturer, you should also confirm that tests and quality checks are performed on each furnace before it leaves the manufacturer’s plant.

Does size matter?

When you shop for the perfect furnace, you’ll want to ensure that the size of your home aligns with the furnace’s heat output. This heat output, in turn, needs to integrate flawlessly with your home’s ductwork to guarantee the right amount of hot air is funneled through the system in order to provide consistent heat. A furnace that’s too small won’t generate enough heat, and a furnace that’s too big will waste fuel (and money).

Just how important is efficiency?

If you’re like most American homeowners and are looking for ways to shrink your carbon footprint while saving money, then finding an efficient furnace is critical. Here’s one way to look at it: furnaces from decades ago only operated at a 30% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE), meaning that only 30% of every dollar spent on heating was actually well-spent. The other 70% was wasted. As technology advanced, furnaces 10 – 20 years ago approached a 75% - 80% AFUE. Today, the most efficient furnaces boast AFUEs of 90% all the way up to 98%, incorporating the latest advancements to maximize your investment and significantly reduce your monthly heating bill. Some of the most important advancements are:

  • An electronic ignition instead of a continuously burning pilot light
  • Two-stage valves to control fuel flow. These ensure that the furnace runs high when first turned on and then reduces its run-rate to maintain a consistent temperature.
  • A programmable thermostat that allows the homeowner to customize the home’s heating cycle, thereby reducing monthly cost

What traits do all quality furnaces share?

Regardless of the manufacturer, the highest-quality furnaces share many of the same traits. These include:

  • High efficiency
  • Low maintenance frequency and cost
  • Dependability
  • Reliability
  • A warm, comfortable home all season long

For help in selecting and installing your next furnace, contact Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating, the preeminent heating and plumbing company serving Martha Lake, WA.


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