Heating & Cooling

We Service All Major Brands

Schedule Your Service Today!

The Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle

Fremont is Seattle’s artists’ haven with plenty of sights and surprises to inspire, instruct, and invigorate locals and travelers. Named after the hometown of some of its founders, Fremont became part of Seattle only in 1891 after being its own city for decades so remnants of Fremont City still abound in the area.

The main thoroughfares of Fremont are Fremont Avenue, Aurora Avenue, 46th St., 45th St., 36th St., and 34th St. There are also two main bridges, the Aurora Bridge and Fremont Bridge. The Fremont Bridge was the first that was opened in 1917. Its double-leaf drawbridge runs over the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The Aurora Bridge, historically named the George Washington Memorial Bridge, was opened in 1932. With a length of 2,945 ft (898 m) long, and a width of 70 ft (21 m), it connects Fremont to Queen Anne as does Fremont Bridge. For those looking for a surprise, look under the northern end of the Aurora Bridge for some troll sightings.

The Fremont Neighborhood

Sights to connect to the past

The Ship Canal was opened in 1917 to connect Puget Sound to Lake Washington through Lake Union using two cuts, the Fremont Cut and the Montlake Cut.

The 27-mile Burke-Gilman Trail and the 10-mile Sammamish River Trail have been the favorite pathway for commuters, cyclists, joggers, skaters, and walkers. The pathway will take you through Ballard, the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Lake Washington, Bothell, and Redmond.

The Seattle Public Library branch in Fremont is the library’s longest operating branch since it opened back in 1903. It was an informal library in the area long before Fremont was a part of Seattle. It is one of the landmark buildings in Seattle as declared by Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board.

Opened in 1892, the BF Day School, after the donor Benjamin Franklin Day, predates the public school system in Seattle. The school had been in continuous operation ever since it opened.

Woodland Park Zoo has been a source of discovery, knowledge, and delight for generations in Seattle since its founding in 1899. The zoo aims to educate and empower people to protect the natural world.

Fremont is an area we service

We are a mobile HVAC repair and maintenance service for heating and cooling systems. We have been in business for over 20 years helping homeowners and businesses with heating and cooling services. We are locally owned and operated, fully licensed and bonded and ready to help you with all of your heating and cooling needs. Providing fast and friendly service with the small business touch that has always kept our customers coming back.

Learn more about our heating and cooling services

We take great pride in our community and strive to continuously serve residential homes and business of the Seattle Community and all the surrounding areas. For any heating and cooling needs that you might have please contact us as soon as possible so that we may assist you and do what we do best.

Call us to schedule your appointment today: (206) 960-9700

Our Service Guarantees

As our local Seattle WA company is fully licensed, bonded, and insured, we know what we’re doing.  We only employ the most qualified heating contractors use industrial-grade repair equipment, and take the necessary steps to do every repair job properly. Because of this, we offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee on our repair services.

Customer Satisfaction

Total customer satisfaction is at the core of our business and every job we perform.

Fast Dispatched Service

Our service trucks have a large stock of parts so we can repair your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump on the spot.

Our Services

We offer climate management for our customers, providing heating, ventilation and cooling services across the Greater Seattle area.

Scroll to Top

Contact Us