Forced-air heating systems are common heating systems, though they can have different fuel sources.
In a forced-air heating system, air that has been heated by a furnace or heat exchanger is distributed throughout a home's living space by a ductwork system. Supply ducts bring heated air to different rooms; return ducts pull cooled air back to the furnace or heat exchanger to be reheated. Supply and return ducts meet at a central air handler that contains a powerful fan for moving air through the ductwork.
Max C. Smith Company are the local experts for complete forced-air heating system services. We can help you with all your furnace repair needs or evaluate your system and provide you with furnace replacement or installation of a highly efficient heating system. Call us today or contact us online to get started with a free quote in Pittsburgh, Gibsonia, Wexford and the nearby areas!
A forced-air heating system gets its supply of heated air from an oil or gas-fired furnace, from a heat pump, or from an oil or gas-fired boiler. A forced-air heating system that relies on hot water is called a hydro-air system. During hot weather, the same ductwork system that circulates heated air can also circulate cooled air from a central air conditioner.
Forced-air systems are popular because they evenly distribute heat throughout the home based on the settings of one or two thermostats. The efficiency of a forced-air system is dependent upon the fuel source, however. At Max C. Smith Company, we install highly efficient gas furnaces and boilers to provide the most energy savings.
If you're ready to start saving money on heating costs while improving your home's comfort and efficiency, Max C. Smith Company is here to help. We provide complete forced-air heating system repair, replacement, and installation services, and we'll help you get the right solutions for your needs. Call us today at 1-844-933-4376 or contact us online to get started with a free estimate!
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