The cooler weather has finally arrived, and temperatures are only going down from here. If you’re in the market for a new heating system, it’s time to take action today. Take a look at some of our recommendations for new heating installation, and call a technician to get an appointment today!
You might be surprised by the power and efficiency of furnaces built today. A furnace that is decades old may use up a whole lot of fuel to run with each cycle, and it still won’t get your home warm as quickly and completely as you’d like. Today’s high efficiency furnaces are much better at retaining heat within the system, which means that your bills can fall dramatically if you search for a system with the ENERGY STAR seal and an AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) of 90 or higher.
A heat pump is a system that uses refrigeration to pump heat into and out of a home. At its core, a heat pump is just a standard central air conditioner, but it has additional valves that allow refrigerant to move in the opposite direction, meaning that heat can move out of a building in the summer and into a space in the winter.
It’s tough to compare to the heating power you get from a hydronic heating system—a boiler and a set of pipes that use hot water to emit heat into the home. If you already have a set of ducts throughout the home that have served you well for heating and cooling, a boiler may not be right for you. But in general, a hydronic heating system provides a level of warmth and efficiency you won’t find in systems that only heat up the air.
Advanced Home Services is the standard when it comes to providing great service. Call us today for quality heating installations in Idaho Falls, ID.