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Physical Address

Dan's Top Notch
594 C Street
Washougal, WA 98671

Main Office

1.360.835.9364




Office Hours:
Mon - Fri 8am - 4:30pm


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Financing

  We also offer:


* Financing Available
* Financing through local PUD'S
* Extended warranties on parts, equipment, and labor
* Service plans for ongoing maintenance
* Free, upfront estimates for heating equipment installation
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GeoThermal
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Pictures of our GeoThermal installs.
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GeoThermal 6
 Views: 9964
 Comments: 1
May 29, 2010
 
Driving this excavator accross the lawn.
Protecting your existing lawn is important, As you can see a little effort in the right place can make a big differance in the outcome of your new Geothermal system.
 Views: 7905
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
After excavation
After excavation straw is placed on the field or area used for the loop field to draw moisture out of the ground quickly helping to stop any erosion caused by the excavation of the ground.
 Views: 7727
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
Replacing those old air source heat pumps.
In this home we removed (3) old air source heat pumps and added one Geothermal heat pump with a 3 zone system. (No more noisy outdoor units!)
 Views: 7632
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
Minimizing the impact of our work.
If it is important to protect the surrounding area we are completely prepaired to do so. Expect the best in the Northwest, Dan's Top Notch.
 Views: 7165
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
Protecting the trees.
We all love trees! At Dan's Top Notch we can run our loop out through the trees and not hurt the trees. On some cases we have had to remove a tree, yet it is usually not needed. We simply go around, our loops do not need to go straight.
 Views: 6991
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
Boat house remodel
This was an old boat house remodeled into this 6000 square ft home on the columbia river. This home won first place in National Remodelers Magazine.
 Views: 6723
Posted by Dan
Dec 24, 2011
 
GeoThermal 2
 Views: 6663
May 29, 2010
 
Making a field into a heat source.
In order to get heat out of this field we had to dig down 5 ft. Placing our loop field in the bottom. This will draw heat from the ground all year long without the use of strip heat.
 Views: 6626
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
3 old outdoor units now gone.
Looks like a great place to put the garbage can or the hose reel.
 Views: 6289
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
 
GeoThermal 44
 Views: 6157
Jun 13, 2010
 
In floor
 Views: 6118
Posted by Dan
Dec 24, 2011
 
GeoThermal 5
 Views: 6110
May 29, 2010
 
Another Geo Retrofit.
Taking out an existing heat pump and installing geo.
 Views: 5992
Posted by Dan
Nov 30, 1999
 
Just finishing up.
Getting ready to fire this system off and run test. Perfect!
 Views: 5554
Posted by Dan
Nov 29, 1999
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