Comfort Master Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating System Installation’

Is a Heat Pump Your Ideal Heating System?

Monday, November 12th, 2018

girl-welcomes-winterAs winter approaches, are you considering installing a home heating system? No matter if it’s because you have a new house that hasn’t had a heater put in yet, or because the old heater looks to be at the end of its practical service life, you’ll have to pick a new heating system.

The easiest choice is to go with whatever type of heater you had before. For most homes, this means a new furnace, since furnaces are the most common type of heater. But there’s also the choice for a heat pump—and if you’ve considered this option, we’d like to offer some advice to help you figure out if a heat pump is the ideal comfort system for your home.

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Planning on Replacing Your Home Heater? We Have Some Advice!

Monday, October 15th, 2018

furnace-with-pipesWe don’t want to rush you, but winter weather can arrive sooner than expected. If you think you need to have a new heating system installed, right now is the time to schedule it. Not only is fall the last time you’ll have a period of warm weather when it’s convenient to have an old heater removed and a new one put in, it’s also a period when our HVAC technicians have more open schedules so they can find a convenient time for the service.

That’s our first piece of advice about heater replacement in Raleigh, NC—don’t delay with scheduling service. You’ll beat out the cold weather and have time to make important decisions about the future of heating your house.

But we have plenty of other advice about heating replacement …

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Are There Any Reasons to Prefer an Electric Furnace?

Monday, November 27th, 2017

question-mark-badgeWhen it comes to choosing a furnace to provide heating to your house in North Carolina during the winters, you’ll probably lean toward a furnace that burns natural gas to generate heat. Natural gas furnaces are the most popular type of heating system across the country because of the immense heating power they can put out and their relatively low cost of operating compared to using electrical heating systems. (Natural gas is a less expensive energy source in general.)

The electric furnace option, however, is there as well. Electric furnaces aren’t going anywhere! Considering the benefits of going with a natural gas furnace, are there any reasons to instead select an electric one? The answer is yes, and we have listed some of the reasons below.

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