There comes a time when you need to replace your heating system, whether due to damage, age or a desire for a more energy-efficient model. Choosing the right heater for your home is crucial. A heater that’s too small may be unable to adequately heat your home while one that’s too large may result in high energy bills.
If you’re looking for an expert heating installation contractor, you can count on Rooter MD Plumbing LLC’s dedicated team of experts. We have over 40 years of experience in the HVAC industry and we apply our expertise to every project, no matter how small or large.
Avoid last-minute emergency repairs by scheduling regular heating maintenance services
Signs It’s Time for Heater Replacement
Energy bills soaring: An older heater is inefficient by design and loses efficiency over time. This can cause high energy bills, especially if preventative maintenance is neglected for long. Installing a new heater should lower your energy consumption.
Cold rooms: If some rooms in your premises never seem to get warm enough, you can address the problem with a new heater installation. You can also count on us to repair, or design changes to the duct system for better heat distribution.
Frequent Heating repairs: If you have multiple recent heating repairs, the inconvenience and costs add up. It may be time to consider a new heater and cut your losses.
What Are the Benefits of Installing a New Heater?
- • Better indoor air quality
- • Energy efficiency
- • Even heating throughout your home
- • Increased comfort
Having an issue with your heater that needs immediate attention? Get it back up and running with our
emergency heater repair services.
Your Heating Installation Options
Your technician can advise you on the right system for your property. Here are the most popular heating options to consider:
- Boiler: Boilers are a great option for many homeowners. They use hot water or steam to heat your entire premises using radiators or copper baseboards. They’re efficient and highly effective.
- Furnace: Furnaces work by heating the indoor air directly. Air is drawn from your house through the ductwork and sent through the heat exchanger in the air handler. The air, now heated, is then redistributed throughout your home.
- Heat pump: Unlike boilers or standard heaters, heat pumps are not only reliable heaters during the winter, but can also cool your home in the summer. This makes them versatile systems that can deliver indoor air comfort all year round.