Heating & Furnaces
A reliable heating system is a necessity for our cold winter days in Southwest Missouri.
If you’ve ever had your furnace fail during a bitterly cold evening, you know the value of maintaining your heating system. Regular maintenance plans can help prevent unwanted loss of heat and costly repairs in even in the harshest of winter months. But, when you experience a loss of heat, we will be happy to thoroughly inspect your furnace or heat pump and properly diagnose your issue for repair or replacement.
Many homes are still heated with 65% efficiency models, however modern examples of gas furnaces reach levels up to 98% efficiency. These High- Efficiency furnaces also save on power consumption with much lower Amp draws.
We currently offer the following services:
- Heat Pump System Installation and Repair
- Furnace System Installation and Repair
Heat Pumps – Heat pumps are similar in operation to air conditioners, the main difference is that they use a valve to reverse the flow of heat gathered from the outside air sending it to the inside of the home during cold weather. Check out the new Rheem RP20 Heat Pump, it is a great option for home comfort no matter the season.
Furnaces – Furnaces can be fueled by Natural Gas, Propane, Oil, and Electricity to name just a few common sources. In our area of the Ozarks, most furnaces will be Natural Gas, LP, or Electric.
Boilers – Applications for heated flooring, home or offices. Boilers are specifically designed to provide radiant heat to a room. Boilers are essentially special-purpose water heaters. Today’s boilers do not actually boil the water to create steam but use natural gas to heat up the water before circulating it through the system. While furnaces carry heat in warm air, boiler systems distribute the heat in hot water, which gives up heat as it passes through radiators or other devices in rooms throughout the house. The cooler water then returns to the Boiler to be reheated. Some of the most common applications for Boilers we install are for heated flooring in both residential and commercial installations.
If you have any questions just give us a call or contact us using the form on this page and we will be happy to answer any questions.