We offer many models of high-efficiency Bryant gas furnaces. Our comfort consultants can help you determine which furnace best fits the needs of your home and your budget. Bryant’s gas furnace was recently rated as “Most Reliable” by a prominent consumer magazine.
If oil is your current fuel source, our comfort consultants can help you determine which oil furnace best fits the needs of your home, or how you can change your system to natural gas.
Boilers are central heating systems that generate heat from one location in the house and distribute it via piping to the various rooms. The word boiler is somewhat confusing in that hot water systems do not actually boil the water. They typically heat it to about 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
A heat pump is simply an air conditioner that can work in reverse to heat the house when cooling isn’t needed.
– During the cooling season, it collects heat from the interior of the house and discharges it to the exterior, like any other air conditioner.
– During the heating season, it reverses the flow of the refrigerant. The condenser becomes the evaporator and the evaporator becomes the condenser. The principle is similar to a refrigerator: the refrigerator’s cooling system takes heat from inside the refrigerator and releases the heat into the kitchen, via the coils on the back of the refrigerator.
Save energy and create a healthier, more comfortable living environment with a radiant in-floor heating system.
Commercial rooftop systems provide room temperature control and comfort throughout office buildings, schools, shopping malls and other commercial structures.
Programmable thermostats are easy to use and provide accurate temperature control and energy savings while allowing you to program your heating and cooling requirements throughout the day. Internet-capable thermostats offer these same benefits, plus the ability to remotely monitor and control thermostat settings over the Internet. For customers who prefer manually-controlled settings, non-programmable thermostats are easy to use and provide reliable, consistent comfort control.
A zone-controlled system allows you to adjust the temperature in various parts of your home independently. Each area of the home will have its own thermostat, allowing you to set the temperature for just that area. You’ll be more energy efficient and save money.
For a few extra dollars, you can ensure that your HVAC system is as clean as possible and that the air in your home is effectively filtered just by using an efficient air filter that is changed regularly.