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Heating and Furnaces – Questions to Ask

We rely on the furnace to keep our homes and businesses warm when it’s cold outside. But what happens if the furnace needs repair? Or we need to choose the right unit for a new commercial or industrial property? Here are some questions to help you make an informed decision.

  • What is the difference between a boiler and a furnace?
    A boiler heats an interior space by sending hot water through a series of pipes. A furnace heats air instead of water, which is then directed through a series of ducts and vents.

  • How do I know which furnace is best?
    There are furnaces powered by electric current, there are furnaces that are fueled by gas, oil or wood, and there are hydronic heat systems that use hot water, though not as a boiler does, to heat a home. Consult with an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) specialist to determine which is more suitable for your needs.

  • What size furnace do I need?
    The right furnace will provide the heat necessary for the home or business in which it resides, without running constantly or falling short of the desired temperature. The design of the building, the number of ducts and vents, and the quality of insulation will help determine the optimal size.

  • What does efficiency mean as it relates to a furnace?
    HVAC sales and service people measure the energy required for a furnace to run as efficiency. The best furnaces are 97% efficient. This means that 97% of the heat generated travels through the ducts and vents of the home to achieve its desired purpose. An older furnace may only reach an efficiency level of 60% or less.
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    Healthy Climate Inc Write review for this local business
    322 Lee St, Royston, GA 30662
    (706) 245-6595  
    When it comes to plumbing, heating, and air conditioning, we have all of your needs covered. We assist with all units, including air ducts, pumps, furnaces, and HVAC systems for residential and commercial buildings.
    Estes Heating & Air Conditioning Write review for this local business
    3981 Tradeport Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30354
    (404) 935-0170  
    Betts Heating & Air Write review for this local business
    Lilburn, GA 30048
    (770) 853-3353  
    Peppers Heating & Air Conditioning Write review for this local business
    Conyers, GA 30012
    (770) 483-1282  
    Headrick Heating Write review for this local business
    373 Arnold Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
    (770) 990-0193  
    Burton Heating & Air Conditioning Services Write review for this local business
    539 Hawkins Store Rd NE, Kennesaw, GA 30144
    (770) 926-9811  
    Deversitech Corporation Write review for this local business
    6650 Sugarloaf Pkwy Ste 100, Duluth, GA 30097
    (770) 593-0900  
    Clark Funeral Home, Inc. Write review for this local business
    4373 Atlanta Hwy, Hiram, GA 30141
    (770) 445-2299  
    Comfort Now Heating and Air Write review for this local business
    554 Mount Tabor Rd, Oxford, GA 30054
    (770) 784-8065  
    Precision Heating & Air Inc Write review for this local business
    105 White Park Dr, Dallas, GA 30132
    (770) 445-0870  
    Jeff Eberhart Funeral Home Write review for this local business
    123 Watson Dr, Dallas, GA 30132
    (770) 445-9888  
    J & J Heating & Air Write review for this local business
    Bethlehem, GA 30620
    (678) 425-2595  
    Cool-Tech HVAC, Inc. Write review for this local business
    110 N Gate Industrial Dr, Ball Ground, GA 30107
    (770) 737-2525  
    Joey's Heating & Air Conditioning Write review for this local business
    319 Rockwell Church Rd NW, Winder, GA 30680
    (770) 867-6024  
    Lovell Heating & Air Services Inc Write review for this local business
    2062 Riverwood Dr, Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 534-4701  
    Williams Heat Air & Refrigeration Inc Write review for this local business
    Cleveland, GA 30528
    (706) 219-2157  
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    3699 Bc Grant Rd, Cornelia, GA 30531
    (706) 778-7306  
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    2468 Gunn Rd, Byron, GA 31008
    (478) 956-2121  
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    480 Blakes Ferry Rd, Lineville, AL 36266
    (256) 396-6904  
    Belew Heating & Air Write review for this local business
    Clayton, GA 30525
    (706) 782-6567  
    Reeves Heating & Air Write review for this local business
    Henagar, AL 35978
    (256) 657-5546  

    Furnaces break every day. When they do, you need to hire someone to fix it, otherwise known as a HVAC technician. If you've always felt you were mechanically inclined and helping folks with their heating and air issues, you can study to become one of these contractors.

    HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. Basically, these technicians deal with all machinery that regulates the hot and cool air inside commercial and residential buildings. The field is considered a worldwide enterprise and is highly regulated by several standards organizations, so there's a decent amount of training and certification involved to become a part of this industry.

    If, instead, you decide you wish to sell furnace and boiler equipment, then you have more business training to look forward to. You'll need to be familiar with business practices in the area, how to manage employees, and be familiar with local, state, and federal tax laws. Selling the products wholesale strictly to commercial clients may make things easier in regards to tax laws.

    In either case, you'll need to contact the manufacturers of the units and parts to see if you can purchase systems in bulk. You'll also need a place to store equipment, like a warehouse or storefront. Smaller pieces like filters and pumps may be easier to store while large items like boilers, ducts, or even industrial systems may be difficult to fit. Plan your building accordingly.

    Plan on studying the industry so you can advise your clients on the proper pieces they need. Know the differences between home furnaces run on gas, oil, propane, and wood. Help troubleshoot electrical circuits. Be familiar with water pressure and how hot the water needs to be for the furnace to work properly.




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