Forced Air Systems Replacment
Forced Air Systems Replacement or Repair
Within an existing house, it is vital to think about the impacts of replacing the present heating system with another kind of heating system. The simplest path is just to replace the boiler or furnace with an updated model of the exact same kind, yet it might keep you from your more effective cooling and heating choices.
Switching Amongst Ducted Cooling and Heating Systems
If you presently own the forced-air system, you might want to add central AC (if you do not already have it) or switch to the heat pump system. Adding in central AC is simple, yet make sure the contractor matches your system to the existing ductwork (which we do). Switching to the heat pump systems can be problematic, as the heat pumps will usually require bigger ducts. But, most heating systems will be oversized, especially if the house is well insulated. It might be okay to upgrade the energy efficiency of the house (if it has not already been upgraded), then convert to the smaller-capacity heating pump that’s matched to the ductwork that already exists.
Heat pumps will be amongst the more efficient sources of cooling and heating, yet within areas that have higher utility prices, they might still be costlier than additional choices. Switching from heat pump systems to furnace systems (probably with a central AC) is okay, yet possibly not price effective. But, if you want to do so, ducts shouldn’t have any issue accommodating the newer system, assuming it’s sized properly.
Forced-air heating systems could be mixed with AC for the cooling, humidifiers for maintaining correct moisture balance as well as air filters for purifying air inside the house. Ductwork will be usually metal, wrapped in insulation to assist in keeping heat in. Within some instances, the insulation style ductwork that is flexible will be preferred.
There will be numerous benefits of having forced air temperature control instead of old forms of temperature control: temperature stays more even, the forced air will be more energy efficient as well as forced air systems repairs are usually more affordable than the repairs to recalcitrant radiant heating systems, for instance.
Would you appreciate having forced air systems put in your office or home? Forced air systems are a simple method of adjusting the temperatures within your house, whether you’d like it cooler or warmer. Give our company a call or complete our simple service form online.
Even though the time for air conditioner use has long since passed, if you're thinking of replacing your heating system, it might be a good idea to consider doing the same for your cooling system. If they are both close in age, need constant repairs, or have just been acting a little out of the ordinary, it's probably time they were updated. Replacing your systems will make them run more reliably and efficiently, while also making it more cost-efficient for you.
Paying for your new complete Nicor system replacement will also be cost-efficient with these rebate offers:
- Installing a high-efficiency furnace with an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) of 92% and a central air conditioner with a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) of 14.5, gets you a rebate of $700
- A high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 92% and a central air conditioner with a SEER of 16 receives $800 rebate
- A high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 95% and a central air conditioner with a SEER of 14.5 receives $800 rebate
- A high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 95% and a central air conditioner with a SEER of 16 receives $900 rebate
- A high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 97% and a central air conditioner with a SEER of 14.5 receives $900 rebate
- A high-efficiency furnace with an AFUE of 97% and a central air conditioner with a SEER of 16 receives $1,000 rebate