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Just like air conditioning units, there are several options to choose from when it comes to heaters. We install and repair gas furnaces, heat pumps, mini splits, and boilers.
There are multiple heating solutions and the information can be overwhelming. Not one solution is the perfect one for every home out there. It depends on your budget and which solution works best for your home. After reading the details on each of the heating solutions, please call us and schedule an appointment. Our technicians will come out, inspect your house, your current heating solution, answer all your questions and give you their honest solutions for what will work for you and your home.
- Gas furnaces – The job of a gas furnace is to convert gas to heat. In the bigger picture, a gas furnace is a part of the heating system. When the temperature in your home falls below a certain temperature, gas is released and an electronic ignition system ignites it.
- Heat Pumps – A heat pump has a simple job: to move heat from one spot to another. Typically, a heat pump is used to extract heat out of the air or ground to heat a building or home. However, they can be reversed to cool a building.
- Boilers – Technically, a boiler is a container in which water or liquid is stored and then heated by an external energy. The steam that is produced by this process then flows through an enclosed system of pipes that generates heat. We have extensive experience in the installation and maintenance of boiler systems in Richmond and the surrounding counties.
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Not sure if you have a boiler system or a furnace? A good rule of thumb is that if you have radiators in the home, then you have what is referred to as a boiler system. If you have an air duct where warms air flows into your house, then you likely have a furnace or heat pump. Luckily, we have extensive experience servicing both systems, and our technicians can help diagnose your problem.