Your heating system is an important part of your home. It is important that you and your family be able to stay comfortable through those cold winter nights, and that is why Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to offer a full range of heating services to help our G Greater Seattle, WA and Tacoma Metropolitan area customers stay warm this winter. Whether you are looking to upgrade your entire system or need an emergency repair, we have the technicians and tools to get the job done right.
Types of Heating Systems
When you are looking into replacing your existing home heating system, you will have a few options. Most people are only familiar with the type of furnace that they already have, and also may think that their home can only be heated by a similar system. This is very seldom the case, however.
There are different types of furnaces: electrical, gas, oil and propane. All of these can be found in homes around the country and can heat your home to varying degrees of efficiency. As a rule, newer furnaces are much more efficient than those made even 10 years ago, so you can actually wind up saving a lot on your heating bills by choosing to upgrade to a more energy efficient model.
The main alternative to a furnace is a heat pump. This is generally installed as part of an entire home heating and cooling system and provides heat in the winter through a system of ducts throughout your home.
The type of system that is right for you will depend a great deal on the type of home you have and where you live. Here at Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer excellent products in all of these categories, so no matter which one you pick, you can be sure you are getting a top of the line heating system.
Our installation services are thorough and carried out by experienced professionals. It might not look all that complicated to hook up a furnace or heat pump, but the mechanisms are actually quite tricky. It takes a great deal of knowledge and the right specialized tools to get the job done right.
At Bob’s, we also know that you do not want a heating system installation to interfere with the rest of your life. That is why we work with your schedule and do our best to get the work done quickly and the right way the first time.
Keeping up with regular maintenance is the best way to make sure your heating system will last you for the long term. The maintenance services that Bob’s offers are inexpensive and will likely save you quite a bit in the long run.
A properly maintained heating system will keep working at peak efficiency longer, giving you even more savings on your heating bills. Having regular maintenance performed on your heating system is the best way to protect your investment and keep it working well for you for years to come.
And whenever you do wind up needing repairs, Bob’s is just a phone call away. We will have someone right out to assess your situation and make the necessary repairs. Our technicians are experienced in working with many different types of equipment, so even if we did not install your heating system, we can have it back in good working order in no time.
All in the Details
Here at Bob’s, we know that it is often the little things that make the biggest difference when it comes to your home heating system. That is why we do not just carry the top of the line heating systems, but we also have the parts to match. From the thermostat to the piping connecting the gas line, all of the materials we use are of the highest quality, assuring you of a well-executed job from start to finish.
Give us a call today and let us know what we can do for you. We will be happy to answer any questions you have and help find the right heating system for you.
When you are deciding what heating system to install try analyzing the pros and cons of each system, your access to heating fuels, and your household needs. Consider factors like furnaces that run on oil could get costly to fuel, and maintain them. Also consider that electric furnaces are one of the safer ways to heat your home, and are typically one of the least expensive, compared to oil, gas and wood.