Heating Systems Baltimore MD
Having the right heating system in your home can make all the difference when it comes to keeping warm and comfortable all winter long. Whether you’re in the market for a new heating system or are looking for someone to take over the service and maintenance of your older system, you’ve come to the right place. Quality Refrigeration Services knows how important it is to keep your heating system performing the way it should at all times. That’s why we offer a full range of heating services designed to keep you up and running through all of the coldest months of the year. No matter what kind of heating questions are on your mind, we’ll be glad to answer them for you and point you in the right direction when it comes to our many products and services.
Heating System Options Baltimore MD
When it comes to picking out a new heating system, you’ll actually have a lot of options. We carry a full range of heating products, from heat pumps to gas furnaces and everything in between. Our technicians are fully trained and have a great deal of experience working with all of these systems, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible service in the industry no matter what type of heating system you wind up with. We’ll also help you sort through your options and make an informed decision about which type of heater is right for your home. There are a lot of factors to take into consideration when you’re purchasing a new heating system, including what type of system will work best in your home and how powerful you need that system to be. This can be a bit confusing to tackle on your own, but with help from our expert staff, you’ll have a much easier time figuring out which is the best option for you.
Understanding AFUE Ratings
One of the most confusing things about picking out a new furnace for many people is the fact that each one comes with what is called and AFUE rating. This rating is generally at least 80% and can get as high as 97% or 98% for some models. What this rating reflects is the energy efficiency of the furnace in question. Of course, you’re probably inclined to think that the greater the energy efficiency, the better the product, and to a certain extent that’s true. However, the higher energy efficiency furnaces also typically come with a higher price tag than some of their less efficient counterparts. And keep in mind that 80% is still a great energy efficiency rating. Certainly none of this means that you would be wrong to buy a furnace with a higher AFUE rating, but in some cases it simply may not make financial sense. That’s because the amount that you’ll save on your monthly heating bills won’t come close to offsetting the higher cost of the more energy efficient furnace for many years to come. In fact, the only time it would make sense to get a top rated energy efficient furnace is if you have a large home or you live in a colder climate where heat is used for a substantial part of the year. Otherwise, you’re probably better off with the more moderately priced but still effective 80% AFUE model.