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CONTACT BLUE FLAME HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

7116 220th St SW Suite #1
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Phone: (206) 388-5667

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 8am to 7pm
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
Closed on Sundays

Your home should be the most comfortable place on Earth. If you need help maintaining a comfortable indoor climate, trust the heating and cooling experts at Blue Flame. We provide ductless heat pumps, air conditioning repair, water heater repair, and much more throughout the Seattle area.

Driving to Our Office

If you’re driving from the north, take I-5 south until you get to exit 179 for 220th St SW. Turn right onto 220th St, and you’ll see our office (Suite #1) on the left after about three quarters of a mile.

If you’re driving from the south, take 1-5 north until you get to exit 179 for 220th St SW. After you get off the ramp, turn left onto 220th St SW and go over the freeway. After about three quarters of a mile, you’ll see our building on the left (Suite #1).

Call us at (206) 973-3324 if you have any trouble!

What’s Nearby?

  • Edmonds Community College
  • City of Lynnwood Municipal Golf Course
  • Lake Ballinger Park

The Duwamish and Suquamish Native American tribes lived in the Seattle area for centuries before George Vancouver explored the area in 1792. Settlers arrived in 1851, and named their settlement “Seattle” after Chief Si’ahl, an important figure among the Duwamish people. Seattle was initially a logging town, and competed with nearby Tacoma as a major economic power in the region. The combination of a major railroad connection and the Klondike Gold Rush brought thousands of people to the Seattle area in the early 20 th century.

Today, over 650,000 people live in the Seattle area and 3.6 million people live in the greater metropolitan area. Seattle is known throughout the world as the location of the first Starbucks and the world headquarters for Microsoft and Amazon. Seattle’s most famous building is the Space Needle, which was built in anticipation of the 1962 World’s Fair and still draws millions of visitors each year.

Help us sustain Seattle for millennia to come with eco-friendly heating, cooling, and electrical solutions.

Don’t Delay, Go Green Today!