Heating

Heating

Heat pump

Heat pump

A heat pump works by harnessing the cycle of evaporation and condensation to transfer heat.

The process begins when a compression sends a chemical refrigerant between the two coils. In the first coil, the refrigerant evaporates and absorbs heat. Then, the refrigerant travels in its compressed form to the second heat exchanger coil. It then condenses at a higher pressure, and the coil releases the heat.

Gas Furnace

Gas Furnace

A forced-air furnace heats your home through a heating cycle. Natural gas or propane is ignited in the burner. The flames heat up a metal heat exchanger and exhaust out of the flue. The furnace’s blower forces the heated air into the ductwork and distributes it throughout the home.

If you’re not sure which heat type you have give us a call and we’ll help you determine that for free!

Electric Furnace

Electric Furnace

An electric furnace works by turning on a series of electric heating elements that generate heat through coils. The furnace’s blower forces the heated air into the ductwork and distributes it throughout the home.

If you’re not sure which heat type you have give us a call and we’ll help you determine that for free!

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