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"No where in Washington State will you find a more knowledgeable and down to earth salesman that is absolutely hell bent on your satisfactionClick here to see what the customers are saying!- John Barron, Owner.

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Wes Diskin
-BPI Certified Home Energy Inspector 
-Healthy Homes Design
-Heating & Insulation Sales
-Quality Control
Cell: 360-410-9057 
Text: 3604109057 
Office: 800-328-7774 ext.111 
Fax: 360-671-3713
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I am a NW Native who happened to be incubated in California...I know, I am ashamed, but I was only 11 years old at the time! I guess the one thing that makes me unique is my service training. And when I say that, I don't mean servicing furnaces, I mean making happy customers. Since my first job as the Mitzel's Bear (yes, I am ashamed again), I have been in customer service, customer service and more customer service. Okay, okay, I poured concrete one summer, but I am trying to block that out forever. Point is, I was born to work in the service industry and I love my job. I am privileged to work along side some of the best in the field, as well, I am honored to work for the owners of this company, John Barron and Bill Pinkey.


Anonymous said...

I sure wish you were the one who would have come out to my Skagit County home to give me an estimate on a full home ductless system. Your youtube videos are great. I would have picked Barron to install my 3-ton multi system, but the guy you sent out was less than impressive. Maybe next time I can request you?

Wes Diskin said...

I am sorry to hear this, there are many levels of expertise in any company out there....but, the short answer is yes you can! If you have questions about your system, feel free to ask. -Wes

Anonymous said...

Dear Wes,

What is your current email address? The one in the link on your blog does not work.

Thank you,

Lee Stokes said...

Looking for info about HRV vs. ERV and ran across your Youtube video, Need some advice about a newly found situation.

Lots of background here so please bear with me.
My wife and I live in Northern Utah, Great Basin, Desert, all that stuff. We purchased our home 11 years ago. It's circa-1948. Exterior walls are 6"x6" timbers laid horizontally and stacked on each other. Sheetrock on the inside. Outside, there's some sort of black mineral paper and circa-1948 asphalt shingles. (Post WWII building materials shortage??) Over that is modern house wrap, 1/2"-1" EPS and vinyl siding.

We just replaced the old, leaky, nasty aluminum-framed windows with modern, high performance windows. Now our window swamp cooler won't fit. No loss since we get to install AC. (Celebration and cheering!) We'll replace our 23 year old Lennox Pulse 90% efficient furnace at the same time. We understand it was recalled by the manufacturer due to possible leaking CO from the combustion chamber into the heated air stream. The previous home owners, forward thinkers that they were, elected to take the free Carbon Monoxide detector rather than the discount on a new furnace.

While we were talking with one of the HVAC reps about his bid, the issue of humidification came up. I just assumed we needed it just as most homes in the area should have it--even if they don't. The rep asked us a few questions. As a result, our newly purchased, digital hygrometer is showing indoor humidity of 45-50%, spiking ast high as 68%. No wonder the house always feels better during the winter if we open the windows every day for 10-20 minutes. It allows the relative humidity to drop. Now I've been looking at remediation options and I'm not certain an HRV will do the dehumidification job for us. I'm thinking during summertime it would when the outside levels are 25% or less. I don't know though about the wintertime when we have temperature inversions. When we have snow on the ground, we have fog and very high outside relative humidity. So, should I rather use and ERV than an HRV to deal with my indoor humdidity?

Anonymous said...

Can recessed ceiling ductless mini splits be used instead of wall mounted units for 2 zones?

Anonymous said...

Can recessed ceiling ductless mini splits be used instead of wall mounted units for 2 zones?

Wes Diskin said...

Lee, HRV.

Anonymous, YES.


Judy Webster said...

I recently purchased a new home and wanted to have AC installed. I called Barron Heating for an estimate and met with Wes Diskin at my home. He gave me all the pros and cons to the various systems available and was very informative, answering all my questions and concerns. I was able to make a decision feeling confident it would be best for me. I chose the Daiken ductless system. The installation team, led by Chris Meyer, was professional and courteous and made sure the system was working properly. I was then given instructions for operating the new system. Its the quietest heating and cooling system I have every had and my home is always comfortable and I couldn't be happier. I also had a Tankless Hot water heater installed at the same time and now have all the hot water I need.

I would recommend anyone interested in updating their system to call Barron Heating and talk to Wes Diskin.