Furnace Repair & Replacement
Nothing is worse than coming home from a long day to a freezing cold house. You can help prevent this from happening by properly maintaining your heating system. Our skilled technician will come out to your home and preform a 13-point checklist. Our checklist includes checking for proper operation, adjustments of equipment and any needed cleaning. Our skilled technicians can work on all makes and model of each heat system. They are also in constant training to ensure they are up to date with the ever-changing industry equipment. Follow us on Facebook for weekly specials!
Forced Air Furnaces
A forced air furnace pushes air throughout the house to warm the home. Forced air furnaces rely on ductwork, vents and plenums to distribute the air. The return plenum carries the air from several large return grills (vents) to a central air handler for re-heating.
A wall furnace is smaller than a Forced air furnace and typically is used in smaller homes or smaller apartment/condos or in a home addition. A wall furnace simply draws up cool air through the bottom of the unit. As the air moves through the unit it heats the air and then pushes warmed air through a vent on the top of the unit.
A unit heater is a mechanical device that consist of a housing, a heat element, a fan and motor, and a directional outlet. These unit heaters often produce extremely high amounts of heat, making the unit heater ideal for use in warehouses or large commercial retail outlets with high ceilings. Unit heaters offers you a low-cost way to heat large volume areas without requiring extensive duct systems.
An Infrared Heater or Heat Lamp is a body with a higher temperature which moves energy to a body with a lower temperature through electromagnetic radiation. Unlike the other heating systems, an infrared heater heats the objects in the room instead of just the air. The infrared heater omitting an invisible light does this. Your skin and clothes then absorb that light.
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