Heating Contractors in Pullman, WA
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Pullman, Washington, is located in the southeastern part of the state, less than 10 miles from the Idaho border. The town is located where three small rivers converge; when the town was founded in 1886, it was originally called Three Forks. Later its name was changed to honor George Pullman, the railroad car maker. The town is surrounded by rolling prairie, much of it farmland. The climate in the area is clear and dry, with an average summer high of 82 degrees and a winter low of about 23 degrees. The city is the home of Washington State University. Even though Pullman is the largest town in Whitman County, it is not the county seat, because its itinerant student population leaves the town in summer. When school is in session, the town’s median age is 22.