FURNACES AND HEAT PUMPS
When the cold weather sets in for the winter, you know that nothing is more important than the peace of mind that your furnace will work when you need it. That’s why all of our 5-Star Technicians have the tools and knowledge to solve any furnace problem you may be having.
If your furnace is over 20 years old, chances are it needs to be replaced, which is a good thing when you really think about it! Today’s furnaces burn much more efficiently than their predecessors, and since your home’s heat can account for 35-50% of your annual energy expenses, installing a new furnace can mean big savings. With AFUE precise temperature control options, most energy efficient furnaces comply with government tax credit rebates claims. So do yourself and your wallet a favor, and see if having a new furnace installed is right for you.
No matter if you live in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, or anywhere else in the Triangle area, – make sure to call Comfort Wizards and schedule an appointment if your furnace is having any of these problems:
Furnace Won’t Start
Looking for the Triangle area’s heat pump experts? Then look no further than Comfort Wizards! Our technicians are highly trained in servicing heat pumps throughout the Triangle area.
Heat pumps work differently than you may think. Rather than generating temperatures, heat pumps move hot or cold air (depending on the season) from outside to inside your house based on your comfort needs. What does all this mean to you? Big savings! Because heat pumps move air rather than generating it, they offer savings unparalleled by any other heating or cooling system options. If you’re looking for a high efficiency heat pump, than you’re in for even more savings! High efficiency heat pumps dehumidify better than a standard central air conditioning unit, thus, trimming your saving even more during the warmer months.
If you are having any of the following problems with your heat pump, then make sure to contact the heat pump experts at Comfort Wizards today.
No Heat or Cooling
Insufficient Heat or Cooling
Noisy Heat Pump
Heat Pump Won’t Turn On or Off