Heat Pumps : Draw heat out of your home in the summer, and into your home during cooled fall and winter. Heat pumps are designed to deliver reliable, energy-efficient heating and cooling. Ideal for all electric homes or homes in milder climates and colder climates with an additional heat source.
Furnace: Converts fuel into heat, then uses a blower to circulate warm air throughout your house. In summer, furnace works with your heat pump or air conditioner to circulate cool air by shutting it’s burners. Gas furnaces use gas to provide warm, comfortable heat for your home. The most common fuel source for modern furnaces in the United States is natural gas.
Single Stage Furnace
You’ve probably lived in a house with a single stage furnace. The gas flame is either on or off. Consequently, the furnace waits for the temperature in the house to get cold–often colder than comfortable–before firing on. Then, the furnace rams the house full of heat until the thermostat shuts the system down. You’re left with a lot of heat build-up, which is great if you’re a “cold-blooded” person but bad for your energy bills.
The two-stage furnace is a little smarter than the single stage furnace. Rather than a simple on/off operation, its flame can be on/high, on/low, or off. Adding this second flame setting makes a dramatic difference in energy costs. Two stage furnaces are much quieter than single stage furnaces and slightly higher cost. For a target of 72 degrees, actual temperatures in your house might range as low as 70 degrees and as high as 74 degrees.
Our two-stage gas valve offers low-stage heating for milder days while high-stage heating engages during colder temperatures. You will enjoy high-efficiency comfort year-round
Indoor Coil : As the air pass through it, the coil serves as a “heat exchanger” and works in conjunction with your furnace blower and air conditioner to cool your home.
Thermostat : Comes in a range of programmable and non-programmable models to match any decor and functionality.
Air Cleaners : If your system is more than a few years old, you may be using far more energy than you need to stay comfortable. An efficient system will not only lower your energy costs, it will also lower your impact on the environment. Available in a variety of models, from standard to highly efficeient air filtration systems.
Humidifiers: Add moisture to the air to alleviate day skin and reduce static electricity.
Our HVAC Service Technicians will diagnose your issue and will provide you with a detailed cost estimate before any work is done.