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13514 W. Sunset Highway Suite A , Airway Heights- 99001
Washington , United States  United States
Today (Thursday) Open 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

NW Heating and Cooling Inc. - Airway Heights

Northwest Heating and Cooling is a local, female-owned business providing installation and service for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and indoor air quality to our clients in Spokane, Lincoln and Steven Counties.  We specialize in retrofit and new construction for both residential and light commercial.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Other Categories : furnaces, heat pumps, indoor air quality

Additional Information

The majority of home and smaller commercial air conditioning systems circulate a compressed gas refrigerant in a closed “split” system to cool and condition inside air. The refrigerant has to be re-cooled and condensed, and outside air is the medium most often used to accomplish this. The term “split” simply means that components are divided into inside and outside portions as opposed to being located together in a “package” unit.

The refrigerants, widely recognized by the trademark “Freon” (which is a registered trademark of the DuPont company for refrigerants), helps cool and dehumidify the inside air. In a “forced air” system, an internal blower circulates the conditioned air through ducts to the rooms where the cooler air is needed. The air ducts generally run either below the ceiling and inside the rooms (conditioned air) or in the attic (unconditioned air). An outside fan pulls air across the external parts of the system to cool and condense the refrigerant.

On the brighter side, today’s central heating systems with gas are much more efficient than their predecessors. The heating industry uses a rating called the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) to measure the efficiency of converting gas into energy for heating.

A high AFUE rating means the furnace can derive more heat from each unit of gas. This means both lower costs in utility bills and less environmental impact from emissions. Only twenty-five years ago, the typical gas furnace had an AFUE of about 65 percent. Currently, regulations of gas furnaces require them to exceed 78 percent efficiency. The AFUE range commonly seen is 80 to 95 percent, and the most efficient furnaces have an AFUE of almost 98 percent.

Product and Services

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Year Established


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