REPLACING YOUR HEATER? WHICH TYPE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

People outside of the state may think that the idea of heating in Houston, TX sounds faintly absurd. But if you’ve lived here through at least one winter, you know we can encounter some chilly days, and chillier nights. You need a heater in your home that will perform effectively and efficiently whenever you need it.

But if you need to replace your current heating system, you might find yourself up against a dilemma: too many choices! Chances are good that your previous heater lasted for many years, and during that time the HVAC industry made tremendous advances in heating technology. “Which type of heater out of the many options should you pick for a replacement?“, you ask?

HERE’S A BRIEF RUNDOWN ON SOME OF YOUR HEATING CHOICES.

We can’t tell you which one is right for you on a blog post, because your home has unique needs. For the help you need to make the correct choice, get the professionals at Expert Air involved from the start.

Furnaces

One of the oldest of all heating systems, furnaces remain competitive in the modern HVAC market because of their flexibility (they can use a variety of fuel sources) and increasing energy-efficiency. If you already have ducts in your home, furnaces make very attractive choices because they will install easily.

Heat pumps

Heat pumps work as both heaters and air conditioners, offering a best-of-both-worlds solution for your comfort needs. They can also offer savings on heating bills because they don’t generate heat through burning fuel, but instead use electricity to move heat from outdoors into your home.

Hybrid systems

If a heat pump doesn’t provide enough warmth for your home (they can struggle with extremely low temperatures), a hybrid heating system that combines a heat pump with a gas-powered furnace that takes over when necessary makes an ideal solution.

Geothermal

One of the most exciting technological developments in home comfort, geothermal systems use the earth itself to provide heat for your home. Geothermal systems are environmentally friendly, dependable, and inexpensive to run—but they won’t work everywhere.

Each of these systems has advantages and disadvantages. But if you pick the type that fits your home’s heating needs, you’ll enjoy all the advantages and experience few problems from the disadvantages.

If you’re ready to make a choice about a new heating system and to have it installed, contact Expert Air. We will help you narrow down your choices so you will have the right heater for your needs, and then we will perform a speedy, professional installation. You can put your trust in Expert Air: we promise you complete satisfaction or you will receive a complete refund.