Heating Trouble? Consider A New Furnace Installation
A new furnace installation should be your number one priority when your heating system becomes inefficient and winter is just around the corner. An efficient furnace is instrumental in keeping your heating cost at a minimum without falling short on your heating needs.
You should always purchase for the most efficient heater you can afford. Furnace efficiency is measured by how much energy put into a furnace is converted into heating power for your home.An efficient furnace will cause minimal wear and tear and use the least amount of gas necessary to heat your house comfortably. These 2 factors will help keep your monthly gas bill as low as it can be.
That is why it’s important to take time to learn about the different options available to you. Characteristics such as efficiency, type and size, all contribute to the amount of money you spend monthly to operate the unit during the peak of the cold season; as well as how long the unit can perform at peak levels.
What Does A Furnace Do?
Just like how air conditioners cool down homes and buildings during summer months, Heaters are crucial in keeping our homes warm and comfortable despite the freezing cold. But have you thought about how your unit works? About what happens inside the unit and how it can warm up cold areas in the house? Don Vandervort explains the exact process quite thoroughly:
“A gas forced-air heating system goes into action when the thermostat tells it that the room temperature has dropped below a preset comfort level. The thermostat sends a low-voltage electrical signal to a relay in the furnace, which signals a valve to open and deliver natural gas to the burners and for the blower to turn on.
The unit’s pilot light or electronic ignition lights the burner inside the combustion chamber. This creates heat in the furnace’s heat exchanger, a metal chamber around which the moving air flows.
Once warmed, the air is pushed into the hot-air plenum and then out to the rooms through duct work. The combustion gases created by burning fuel are vented through a flue in the roof or, with high-efficiency furnaces, through a wall.”
What Are My Heating Options?
Finding the right heater for your heating needs can become an easy task when you know what to look for. Here are a few more things you should keep in mind before hunting for your new unit:
- System Type – Choose between a split system or a packaged system.
- Fuel Source – Either go for gas, electric or oil heating.
- Zoning Systems – It helps to evenly heat every room in the house.
- Indoor Air Quality – Ensure indoor air quality systems.
- Variable Speed Blowers – Choose between a variable-speed blower and a fixed-speed blower.
- Installation Quality – Ensure furnace is safely installed.
- Correct Sizing – Appropriate sizing helps in unit efficiency.
- Pricing – Consider other associated costs aside from the installation.
For more information on the latest price list, efficient brands, even the labor and installation cost, check this pricing page!
Heating Trouble? Consider New Furnace Installation
At Marthedal Solar, Air & Heating it’s always in our best interest to provide outstanding service around the county, which typically include Furnace repair or new installation, routine checkup, and regular maintenance. Our technicians have been on the field for years, ensuring every household and business we serve has a fully functional and energy efficient comfort system.
We provide free in-house consultation for new installations. If you’re considering the idea of buying a new unit, you’ve come to the right place. Call us today and let’s discuss how we can upgrade your heating system right away.