comfortable heat for your home
Heating your home is the most important element in keeping your family comfortable. Your furnace is really the heart of your home.
- Your heating contractor needs to perform a heat loss/heat gain for your heating system.
- Consider air filtration and purification when installing a new furnace.
- Make sure your duct work is properly sized, sealed and clean.
- Don't be caught in a no-heat situation! Schedule annual maintenance each year.
Purchasing a new furnace is more than buying a 'box'. You are making an investment for your home and you want it to provide you with safe, consistent heat all winter long.
A modulating furnace provides heat at a consistent level to make sure your home stays comfortable.
size does matterWhen purchasing a new furnace, make sure your heating contractor performs a heat loss/heat gain. A heat loss/gain makes sure that your new furnace is properly sized for your home and that you don't purchase a heating system that is too small and constantly runs, or that it is too big and turns on and off constantly. Talk to a reputable heating and cooling company who can properly size your home comfort equipment and keep your home comfortable.