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What to Look for When Buying a New Heater

Are you in the market for a new heater? Has your existing one failed permanently? Are you starting from scratch in a new home? There are numerous factors to consider when shopping for a new heater. You need to make sure that you have high quality equipment at all times, but also that you hire a quality contractor so that it runs according to manufacturer specifications. At Your Service Heating and Air offers excellent heating installation services in Salt Lake City, including furnaces, boilers, and comprehensive radiant heat systems. Let us find you a new heater.

  • Budget. First and probably foremost, you need to find a heater that works within your budget. This is especially important, because it can help you choose right off the bat what system types and brands will or will not work for you. Know what you can spend and work with your contractor to find a system that meets your budgetary requirements while also being effective and efficient.
  • Size. When shopping for a new heater, you need to make sure that your heater is appropriately sized. This is an incredibly important factor to the future success of your heating system and to the future comfort of your home. You simply cannot expect an overly small or large heater to perform properly. An overly large heater will be inefficient and may be subject to additional wear and tear. An overly small heater will have to work too hard to keep up with your heating requirements.
  • Type. A furnace is an effective and powerful heater that is often used throughout homes in our service area. It uses gas or electricity to create thermal energy. Ductwork draws in your home’s air, heats it, and then returns it to the living space. A boiler, on the other hand, does not heat your air, but rather heats objects within your living space. This ensures that your heat does not merely rise to the ceiling and stay there.

Call At Your Service Heating and Air today for professional heating installation in salt Lake City.

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