What Should I Consider When Purchasing a New Heating System?
We carry new heaters for every type of heating system. Each system has a different set of benefits that can help you in making your selection. Knowing whether or not you actually have to replace the whole system, however, is the first step in the decision process.
Your heater should be replaced if it is older than 10 years—or 15 years for some units—and regularly needs maintenance that is adding up to more than the value of the unit. Some older units can pose safety concerns as well. A new heater installation can protect you and your property by bringing the most advanced heating technology into your home.
Once you have decided to replace your heater, we can walk you through the pros and cons of each unit to decide whether you want to remain with your old heating style or switch to another that better suits your type of home.
Here are your options for heater replacements in Redlands:
One of the most energy efficient heater options as they do not heat air but instead push warm air into and out of the home. They also partner with a duct system to get the air through each room.
Ductless Heating System
The most non-invasive system as it consists of individual units installed in each room. These units can provide both heating and cooling for your home, adding versatility to this convenient equipment.
This type of heating system can run on electricity, gas, as well as oil. Furnaces are the most common heating equipment in the county. It works by pushing heated air through ductwork and distributes it through vents to warm your home.
Whatever unit you select for heater installation in your home, you can count on our HVAC technicians to provide you with a quick and efficient installation as well.
How Can I Protect My New Heater?
Our preventive maintenance visits are always thorough and professional. You can ensure that your visit was up to our standards by following the Preventive Maintenance Checklists below for your equipment type.
- Verify thermostat operation
- Check indoor and outdoor units function
- Confirm the heat works
- Replace the air filter or clean if reusable
- Inspect bearings on blower motor
- Test blower belt, wear, tension
- Verify voltage to unit
- Test amp draw on blower motor
- Check amperage draw on each element
- Verify total amperage draw on elements
- Inspect heat sequencer
- Inspect electrical wiring and connections
- Confirm temperature rise
- Verify supply temperature
- Inspect heat anticipator
- Clean, vacuum and wax all necessary items