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What Are My Choices for Heating Replacement?

You know you need to get a new heating system for your home in Eugene, OR, and now is the time to do it. But with so many options, you may be feeling overwhelmed. The heating pros from Comfort Flow Heating can help – all you have to do is give us a call. Working with a trained professional right from the beginning of your replacement process helps ensure that you choose the right system for your home, that your heater is properly sized and properly installed. We are those experts, and we are here to help you with all of your heat replacement needs.

Options

These are the types of heating systems we carry at Comfort Flow Heating:

  • Furnaces – when it comes to furnaces, you are looking at a system that will heat your home quickly and efficiently. You will have a choice between a combustion system, which typically uses natural gas, or an electric furnace. These systems need ductwork to deliver air.
  • Heat pumps – heat pump systems work well in our area for heating because it doesn’t get frigidly cold here. They also provide cooling, so if you are looking for a single device to provide both heating and cooling for your home in an efficient manner, you’ll want to consider a heat pump system.
  • Ductless heating – a ductless heating system is used in conjunction with a heat pump. The air is delivered to your home via individual indoor blowers. Because this system uses heat pump technology, it can also provide cooling.
  • Radiant heating – this type of heating system can give you toasty floors in the middle of winter. You will have a choice between electric radiant heating and hydronic radiant heating, in which hot water or steam is used. You will need a boiler if you opt for hydronic radiant heating.

Geothermal system – a geothermal HVAC system uses a ground-source heat pump to provide both heating and cooling to your home. This type of system is the most efficient available, giving you 3-4 units of energy back for every unit expended heating or cooling your home.

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