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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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    Maunz Co Write review for this local business
    387 E Delavan Ave, Buffalo, NY 14214
    (716) 886-3130  
    Zenner & Ritter Inc Write review for this local business
    3404 Bailey Ave, Buffalo, NY 14215
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    A B R Wholesalers Write review for this local business
    94 Benbro Dr, Buffalo, NY 14225
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    Superior Heat Co LLC Write review for this local business
    Orchard Park, NY 14127
    (716) 635-9767  
    Air Supply Consulting & Service Write review for this local business
    2462 Kenyonville Rd, Albion, NY 14411
    (585) 682-4832  
    Bill Wood's Heating Electrical & Plumbing Write review for this local business
    3014 Ireland Rd, Perry, NY 14530
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    721 Route 394, Kennedy, NY 14747
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    1289 Leicester Rd, Caledonia, NY 14423
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    King's Heating & Sheet Metal Inc Write review for this local business
    137 S Work St, Falconer, NY 14733
    (716) 665-3102  
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    4315 Bellview Rd, Bemus Point, NY 14712
    (716) 386-3600  
    Michael R E Co Inc Write review for this local business
    19 Briggs St, Jamestown, NY 14701
    (716) 664-5070  
    Johnson-Whitmeyer Plumbing Heating & Cooling Co LL Write review for this local business
    212 E 2nd St, Jamestown, NY 14701
    (716) 488-1400  
    Arndt Heating and Cooling Write review for this local business
    586 Gillett Rd, Spencerport, NY 14559
    (585) 349-0781  
    H Jack's Plumbing & Heating Co Write review for this local business
    Jamestown, NY 14702
    (716) 664-5809  
    Jamestown Heating & Air Systems Inc Write review for this local business
    1275 E 2nd St, Jamestown, NY 14701
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    Taylor Heating Inc Write review for this local business
    259 E Main St Ste B, Avon, NY 14414
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    R M S Heating & Cooling Write review for this local business
    Lakewood, NY 14750
    (716) 763-1099  
    Casey's Heating & Air Conditioning Write review for this local business
    148 Chautauqua Ave, Lakewood, NY 14750
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    Haney Heating & Air Conditioning Write review for this local business
    1544 Chili Ave, Rochester, NY 14624
    (585) 436-3613  
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    4805 Steward Ave, Ashville, NY 14710
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    3300 Brighton Henrietta Town L, Rochester, NY 14623
    (585) 424-1966  
    Ben Peer Write review for this local business
    1246 Lehigh Station Rd, Henrietta, NY 14467
    (585) 663-6513  
    Tschetter Ed Heating & Cooling Write review for this local business
    669 Ridgeway Ave, Rochester, NY 14615
    (585) 458-9806  
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    898 Clinton Ave S, Rochester, NY 14620
    (585) 271-8888  

    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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