As a homeowner, you will learn a lot about running and maintaining the appliances in your home. One of the most important things you can understand is the type of heater you have. Knowing this is key to understanding what problems may arise, and when it’s necessary to call in the professionals. Are you unsure of what heating source that you have?
What are the Most Popular Heating Options?
While there are a variety of heaters on the market, here are a few of the most common:
- Furnaces: Many homeowners have furnaces in their homes. This type of heater may run off of gas, electricity or combustion and has the ability to produce a high amount of heat. This heat travels into a ventilation system to heat the home.
- Boilers: Another common type of heater, boilers transform water into steam. More than just for heat, boilers can be used for both temperature control and heating water. This option has a high rate of efficiency due to the fact that steam is recycled into water and can be used again. In some cases, a boiler may be attached to a small furnace.
- Heat Pumps: This heater is designed to move the heat from the inside of your home to an outside location to cool the home, or do the reverse to heat the home. However, when temperatures dip below freezing, this option uses more energy to maintain optimal temperatures.
Can I Afford New Heating Installation?
When most people think about heating installation, they worry that the cost of the service will go beyond what they can afford. At All Service Heating & Air, we understand how important it is for your home to remain comfortable, all year long. That is why we price all of our services on an individual basis. We are also glad to accept convenient financing options so that your desired service can be within financial reach.
There is nothing more important than maintaining the comfort of your home for you and your loved ones. Understanding what type of heater you have is the first step. If you are ready to learn more about furnace installation and the variety of services we offer, we are here to help. Our team has helped countless families in and around Plano, TX. Now, we are ready to do the same for you. Simply contact us today to get started.