Residential Heating & Cooling System Options

Air, Inc. Furnace & Boiler Cleaning & Maintenance Services

Having your furnace cleaned can save on your fuel energy costs. Regular furnace cleanings can keep your furnace up and running efficiently and effectively with low cost furnace cleaning from Air, Inc. Whether you have natural gas, oil or an electric furnace, Air, Inc. can keep your furnace or boiler system running efficiently.

Older furnaces and boilers had lower efficiencies in the range of 60%–70%. That means that 40% of that heat is being thrown out of your chimney.

How your Home Furnace / Boiler Heating System Works

Furnaces heat air and distribute the heated air through the house using air ducts. Boilers heat water, providing either hot water or steam. The hot water or steam is distributed through piping to baseboard heaters or cast-iron radiators.

The HVAC contractors at Air, Inc. can install the highest-efficiency furnace or boilers also we provide repairs, cleaning or service for an existing CT home furnace or boiler.

Modern furnaces and boilers can achieve efficiencies as high as 99%, converting nearly all the fuel to useful heat for your home. New high-efficiency heating systems can often cut your fuel bills and your furnace's pollution output in half.

Upgrading your furnace or boiler from 60% to 99% efficiency, in an average home in Connecticut, can save 1.5 to 2.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year.

Connecticut homeowners spend an average of $2,000 annually, or even more, to heat their home. It usually makes sense to invest in the highest-efficiency system available. Air, Inc. will guarantee a 30% fuel savings when replacing your older furnace or boiler (that's an average savings of $600 annually). Hundreds of our customers have told us that their return on investment was very quick.

If you heat with oil, switching to natural gas or propane is a good option. Natural Gas prices tend to be lower than oil prices. Natural Gas Furnaces and Boilers are much more efficient and they burn cleaner than oil.

Understanding your Heating System

Diagram of heating system
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