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about us

At Bailey's Heating & Air, we take great pride in offering simple, elegant solutions to the full spectrum of HVAC services in the Pacific Northwest. From heat pumps and air conditioners to indoor air quality systems and home generators, we can provide you with the products and services you need for a system you can rely on all year round. Our goal is to ensure that our customers are comfortable in their homes at all times – we truly care about doing what is best for the people who entrust their homes to us. With over three decades of industry experience, our family-owned business offers detailed and thoughtful services that result in efficient, well-balanced designs that suit your home and budget. Our HVAC experts, in addition to being thoroughly trained, are EPA & NATE CERTIFIED. We are also proud to be a Diakin Factory Authorized Dealer, ensuring that only the best products are used in your home. Nothing is more important to us than the safety and satisfaction of our customers, and we go the extra mile to be certain that we are delivering both.

Frequently asked questions

  • How often should I service my HVAC system?
    To keep your HVAC system running in tip-top shape, we recommend a maintenance appointment twice a year (once for heat, once for air conditioning). This way, an Oliver technician can check your filters, coils, wiring, housing, motor, and more to make sure you’re getting the most out of your system.
  • What’s the warranty like on a new HVAC system?
    At Bailey's, most of our HVAC systems come with a 10-year warranty, so you can enjoy your system for years to come. We also have great maintenance plans to help you lower your utility bills and extend the life of your equipment.
  • Which HVAC System is right for my Home?
    To answer that, you’ll need an appointment with one of our HVAC service experts. We’ll come to your home and evaluate its size, heating and cooling needs, environment, and the work we’ll need to do. Then, we can recommend the best system for you and install it quickly.
  • What can I do to lower my energy bills?
    There are plenty of things, such as: Install a programmable thermostat so you don’t waste air conditioning or heat while you’re not at home. Switch your incandescent light bulbs to more energy efficient light bulbs like compact fluorescents (CFLs) or LEDs. Install ceiling fans and, when you can, use them instead of your air conditioning to cool you down. Unplug any appliance that you’re not using. While it may not be turned on, it will still use power from your electrical outlet. Make sure your windows and doors are sealed properly so that they don’t let air in and make your HVAC system work harder.




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