Heating Your Home with Furnaces and Boilers
Many people in the U.S. still use either furnaces or boilers to heat their houses. Furnaces distribute air heated by combustion through your home using ducts. Boilers, on the other hand, use heated water to provide warmth. These units can utilize either steam or hot water to do so.
The first kind distributes steam through pipes to steam radiators. The second can distribute hot water through radiant floor systems or baseboard radiators. Some boilers can also use a coil to heat air that is then distributed through ducts.
Heating Your Home with Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps, which are the most common kind, use electricity to transfer heat from the outside air into your home. Heat pumps are far more efficient than furnaces or boilers. These units can also be used to cool your home during the summer.
There are many different types of heat pumps on the market, including high-efficiency models. However, since heat pumps absorb heat energy from ambient air, they become far less efficient when outdoor temperatures begin to approach freezing. Fortunately, you can combine your heat pump with a furnace to enjoy optimal efficiency and comfort.
Heating Services from Helpful Professionals
With so many options available to you, the task of selecting a new heater installation may seem overwhelming. However, the experts at Bream’s Heating and Cooling Solutions will be more than happy to go over your options in detail and answer any questions you have.
Understanding the key differences between these different kinds of heating units is important. We want to help every client make informed decisions regarding all their furnace repair, maintenance, and installation needs.
Choose Bream’s Heating and Cooling Solutions
At Bream’s Heating and Cooling Solutions, we’re thoroughly dedicated to building strong relationships with all our customers by treating them like family. As a family-owned and operated company ourselves, we take great pride in always offering honest, fair, and transparent HVAC services.
We provide every client with upfront, flat-rate pricing and we guarantee the quality of our work. Give us a call for a free estimate or for 24-hour emergency repair services.