Heating your home during the cold Pennsylvania winter months requires a furnace that heats your whole house properly. If your furnace is not optimized to operate at the most efficient level, PJ Mac HVAC Service & Repair can help. Our team of knowledgeable & experienced HVAC technicians are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of HVAC service, while making sure your furnace is operating efficiently to save you money during the cold months.
If you’ve answered yes to 1 or more of these questions, call use today to have us came take a look at your existing furnace.
There are four main types of furnaces: natural gas, oil, electric, and propane. Electric furnaces typically heat the air by exposing heated elements, while other types of furnaces typically require a chamber or heat exchanger that warms the surrounding air of your house. Your thermostat then signals the furnace to shut off when the set temperature is reached.
Natural gas is the most popular way that Americans heat their homes, and almost 50% of the country uses this type of furnace. However, usage varies widely by region.
Oil furnaces are common in the Northeastern part of the United States, and a lot of older Pennsylvania homes use oil to heat the house.
Electric furnaces use electricity as the only source of fuel to heat and distribute air throughout a home. While these furnaces are highly efficient, they are among the more expensive heating options.
Propane furnaces work on the same principle as other forced air furnaces, except that propane is used in place of oil or natural gas to burn and heat your home.
PJ Mac HVAC provides our customers with free estimates for installations and replacements, and we answer our phones 24/7.
A new furnace will provide the comfortable environment and energy savings you’ve been searching for during the cold, harsh winter months. Call (833) 756-4822 today or request an estimate from us online. We offer free estimates on new installations and replacements, and will schedule your appointment quickly!