Residential HVAC Information Center

Indoor Comfort Control means more today than it used to. Current indoor comfort control options allow us to provide you with an HVAC solution tailored to your specific needs that will be reliable, affordable and efficient while offering additional options like air purification, advanced controls, zoning and remote access.

Cascade Mechanical provides green high efficiency solutions to help preserve our environment. The beauty of green products is that they not only work for a better tomorrow, but they save you significant amounts of money on your utility bills.

We hope you benefit from this residential section. The categories below will educate you about HVAC concepts, however please don’t hesitate to call us at (800) 682-5923 as we would be happy to assist you!

Thanks for your interest in efficient and superior HVAC products from Cascade Mechanical. We look forward to providing you the finest in heating, cooling and indoor air quality control.


Thermostats and controls can manage your energy use, adjust the indoor temperature, turn lights on and off, and check your security cameras. All of this can be managed remotely through computers, tablets and most smartphones. They really are more than just digital thermostats – they’re the central hub for your home.


Setting the standard in air quality, the Trane CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner uses revolutionary technology that supplies your home with a cleaner, healthier environment, allowing you to breathe easier – literally. Remove up to 99.98% of airborne particles with our air cleaner for your home and say goodbye to worrying about breathing in harmful bacteria or allergens.

Energy Star® Efficient Heating & Cooling

As much as half of your household energy use goes to heating and cooling. With a few simple steps to properly seal and insulate your home, and energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment, you can stay comfortable and save on your energy bills at the same time. View this Energy Star® Guide for tips on energy efficient heating and cooling.

HVAC Dictionary

You have probably heard terms like SEER, MERV rating and condenser coil tossed around by heating and cooling dealers. Here’s a list of common HVAC terms to help you understand us heating and cooling people!

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Ductless Heat Pumps

Ductless systems are a flexible, efficient choice for homeowners looking for simple solutions. Ductless heating and cooling systems can easily be mounted on the wall or ceiling, and they don’t require ductwork. These systems are ideal if you’ve converted an attic into a living space or added a room onto your home.


Thermostats allow many options for controlling the comfort levels in your home with ease. Thermostat options include wireless access, programming, remote call in and humidity level controls. Trane offers a complete line of digital thermostats, programmable thermostats and comfort controls to meet your needs.


The air handler is an important part of your air conditioning equipment. Its job is to effectively circulate conditioned air throughout your home. When matched with a heat pump, it circulates both cool and hot air, depending on the season.


Geothermal systems are the most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home. No fossil fuels are consumed in the operation of the unit meaning no carbon dioxide or other emissions.