Residential Heating In Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, AZ and Valley Wide
The Arizona desert isn’t the first place one might associate with cold climate, but temperatures can get as low as 30°. For this reason, most homeowners and business owners have heating systems on their properties. When those systems need maintenance work, replacement, or repair, that’s when our team comes in. We provide expert services that residents in Phoenix, Mesa, and Glendale stand by. Now, let’s see why residential heating systems are useful and what needs to be done to maintain them.
A heating system is designed to keep you warm and comfortable when it’s cold outside and run smoothly without making unpleasant noises. They come in many shapes and sizes, and can be a furnace, ductless mini-split, radiant heating, or a heat pump system. Our team can select the ideal system for you, install it and provide routine maintenance to keep it running smoothly.
Some Of The Systems We Install Are:
- Heat Pumps: These systems are arguably the most popular, and new heat pumps are significantly more efficient than older models. A heat pump converts outside cold air into warm, comfortable air, and then it transfers this throughout the home. They use a small amount of electricity to run, making it less expensive than operating a natural gas furnace.
A heat pump can cool as well, which is why these systems are often preferred over air conditioners. When looking for a heat pump, keep an eye out for the Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) rating. A rating of 8 or higher means the system is highly efficient. The ENERGY STAR rating is another to consider, as systems that carry this tag are some of the best on the market.
If you’re not sure how to compare systems, get in touch with us. One of our experts can help you find the ideal system to match your budget, needs, and preferences.
- Furnaces: A good furnace can last many years, and that is one reason why these are considered great investments. A furnace is connected to a gas source outside the home via a pipe. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) systems need an outdoor storage tank, whereas natural gas systems require connection to a main natural gas pipe network. Once the air is warm, it is piped throughout the home. When the system’s thermostat reaches the desired temperature, the system turns off to prevent the flow of warm air.
These systems are durable and energy-efficient, making them great for those who want to avoid high bills and frequent headaches.
- Ductless Mini-Splits: These systems are preferred by those who want to avoid the complexity of a central air system, as they do not rely on long stretches of ductwork. Instead, each ductless mini-split is connected to an outside compressor. These systems are energy-efficient, quiet, and easy to install. Additionally, they can work well visually inside the home.
The Importance Of Heating System Maintenance & Repair
Modern residential heating systems are incredibly reliable but regular system maintenance is still necessary. But don’t worry, as our team makes maintenance and repair a breeze. We know heating systems inside and out, and we’ll work hard to resolve your issues. If repair isn’t enough, we can guide you through the replacement process to ensure you select a first-rate system.
Our family-owned business has been around for more than 49 years, and our commitment to quality has remained unshakably strong. Call us today for all your heating needs.