Heating Installation In San Diego
When its time to replace that old furnace or heat pump you can count on R & C Heating and Air for all your heating installation needs. Your home comfort system is most likely the single biggest use of energy in your home. In fact over a third of the energy used in the United States is used to heat and cool buildings. Having a properly designed and installed heating and air conditioning system will have the biggest impact on your energy costs. R & C Heating and Air specializes in heating installation of all brands, models and types of heating units and furnaces in San Diego.
A personalized approach to your heating installation
There are hundreds of brands, models, and size options for heating. We help you find the right one for your needs so you don’t have to spend hours researching and calculating the endless options. We help you find the right size and model heating units and furnaces by taking your personal needs and your budget into account. For your home, we use the square footage, number of people in your household, number of rooms and floors, and your specific concerns to get you the right product. Pets? Young children? Respiratory conditions or seasonal allergies? We address your concerns and find the right heating installation for your needs.
What you should expect when choosing R & C Heating and Air for heating installation of new equipment:
- Free in-home consultation with one of our HVAC specialists.
- Proper sizing of the equipment to meet the unique needs of your home.
- Help selecting an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system that meets your comfort preferences and lifestyle.
- A convenient way to pay for your installation through our special financing options with approved credit.
- Full factory warranties on all equipment and labor.
Types of Heating Units for Heating Installation in San Diego
The majority of North American households depend on a central furnace to provide heat. A furnace works by blowing heated air through ducts that deliver the warm air to rooms throughout the house via air registers or grills. This type of heating system is called a ducted warm-air or forced warm-air distribution system.
Split System Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are just two-way air conditioners. During the summer, an air conditioner works by moving heat from the relatively cool indoors to the relatively warm outside. In winter, the heat pump reverses this trick, scavenging heat from the cold outdoors with the help of an electrical system, and discharging that heat inside the house. Almost all heat pumps use forced warm-air delivery systems to move heated air throughout the house.
Gas-Fired Space Heaters
In some areas, gas-fired direct heating equipment is popular. This includes wall-mounted, free-standing, and floor furnaces, all characterized by their lack of ductwork and relatively small heat output. Because they lack ducts, they are most useful for warming a single room. If heating several rooms is required, either the doors between rooms must be left open or another heating method is necessary. Better models use “sealed combustion air” systems, with pipes installed through the wall to both provide combustion air and carry off the combustion products. These units can provide acceptable performance to buildings where large temperature differences between bedrooms and main rooms are acceptable.
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