7 Signs You Need an AC Repair in Kingston

7 Signs You Need an AC Repair in Kingston

  • Cooling
AC repair in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

Problems with your AC never seem to happen at a convenient time. Oftentimes it seems they only break down when they’re working hard on a very hot day. The best way to keep this from happening is to be aware of signs your AC needs repairs. If you know what signs to look for, you can avoid having your home become uncomfortably hot and having a totally broken down AC. Summer is right around the corner, and North Shore Home Energy wants to help you with an AC repair in Kingston.

Here are 7 signs that you need an AC repair in Kingston:

 

Increased energy bills

Have you noticed you’re paying more for your bills than you normally do? That might be a sign your AC is becoming less efficient. As your AC gets worn down, it takes more effort on its part to get the same results. This increased effort can also reduce your AC’s overall lifespan, so it’s a good idea to get it checked out.

 

Strange, loud noises

For the most part, ACs are very quiet when they run. Because of this, if you hear any loud scraping, rattling, or banging noises, you know there’s a problem. There are a few different things that could be causing the noise. There might be a part loose or broken, a component might need lubrication, or a belt might have slipped out of place. Whatever it is, it can be damaging and costly if not repaired. If your AC is being noisy, call us right away!

 

Moisture

A leaky AC can be a sign of a serious repair job. If the AC is leaking water or has ice inside it, that’s just a problem with a drain tube. The water can cause some mold and mildew, but it could be worse. However, what you really have to worry about is your AC having a refrigerant leak. Not only is Freon poisonous, but the leak is a serious AC problem. Whatever problem you have, call one of our technicians ASAP.

 

Warm air

Obviously, you bought an AC to cool your house, not sit around looking pretty. If it’s not keeping the house comfortable during hot weather, it’s time to give it an examination.

 

Low airflow

A similar issue to the air being hot is the airflow not being strong enough. It might be an issue with the AC’s compressor or possibly the ducts themselves. There’s definitely some uncertainty in this issue, so it’s a good idea to call a professional to diagnose the issue.

 

Strange odors

If the air in your home is starting to smell strange, there might be trouble. If your AC doesn’t get proper maintenance, mold might be growing on the coil inside the unit. When your AC is operating, it’ll spread that mold through the air. That musty smell could be a sign of mold in either the unit or the duct work. Alternatively, the wire insulation inside your AC might be burnt out. Either way, it’s worth calling in a professional to fix the issue.

 

Thermostat not working

Your thermostat acts as the command center for your AC. Its job is to tell the AC how much cool air to generate and constantly take measurements to make sure its working right. When the AC won’t turn on or won’t stay on for long, the thermostat might have a problem. You’ll need a trained technician to look at the thermostat, as they have plenty of complex electrical components.

 

Why choose North Shore Home Energy for my home service needs?

North Shore Home Energy is a locally owned HVACR service company with over 25 years of experience in the industry. We strive to not only leave our customers satisfied but also to help educate them on maintenance. As a proudly participating contractor in the Mass Save program, we can offer you rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for up to seven years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about our services and schedule a repair today!

By Brian Renadette

6 Benefits of a Yearly AC Tune-Up in Kingston

6 Benefits of a Yearly AC Tune-Up in Kingston

  • Cooling
AC tune-up in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

As spring turns to summer, Kingston homeowners will be swapping out their heaters for air conditioning. But is it ready to tackle the summer heat? The people at North Shore Home Energy know that it’s a good idea to give your AC a tune-up before the warm weather moves in. That way, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing your AC will survive the summer heat. Here are six reasons you should get an AC tune-up in Kingston before the summer arrives.

Here are six ways an annual AC tune-up in Kingston can help you and your home:

 

Lower electricity bills

Summers are hot- there’s no way around it. It’s likely that you’ll want to be running your AC most days, but that can create a steep increase in electrical bills. A system with clogged filters and failing parts will need to work harder to do the same work. By tuning up your AC now, you’re increasing its efficiency and lowering your utility bills.

 

More comfort

What would you call an AC that can’t keep you cool? A bad one. Summers can be tough even for modern systems. If you want to keep your home at a consistent and comfortable temperature, you’ll want our professionals at North Shore Home Energy to make sure your AC is running at top performance.

 

Fewer breakdowns

If you use your AC system this summer, are you certain that it won’t fail to start up? Do you know for sure that it’ll run smoothly all season? If you’re not sure, give us a call! Our tune-ups come with a complete inspection that can identify problems before they cause a breakdown.

 

Cheaper repair bills

In the event that your AC winds up needing repairs, they’ll likely be cheaper if you’ve got maintenance beforehand. The reason for that is because our maintenance addresses the more costly problems (like air flow issues and broken parts) during our inspections.

 

Extended AC lifespan

If you want your AC system to stay operational for a long time, you’ll want to give it regular maintenance. By routinely checking on your AC and preventing breakdowns, we can help extend your AC’s lifespan by years. Without regular maintenance, the average AC only lasts a few years.

 

Better air quality

During the months where you never use your AC, various bits of dust and grime build up in it. When you turn it on, all that nasty junk is going to go into the air, which can hurt your air quality and aggravate those summer allergies. When you call North Shore Home Energy to give your AC a tune-up, we’ll clean it out, ensuring that your home’s air stays fresh.

 

Why should I choose North Shore Home Energy for my cooling needs?

North Shore Home Energy has been helping New Hampshire homeowners stay comfortable for over 25 years. We’re not just here to sell you a product. We also want to help you learn how to best maintain a healthy home. If you’re planning on buying from us, ask about our rebates. We’re a proud participant in the Mass Save program, so you can get a rebate of up to $3,500 and 0% financing for up to seven years. Call today to learn more about how we can help you stay cool this summer!

By Brian Renadette

5 Benefits of a Heat Pump Installation

5 Benefits of a Heat Pump Installation

  • Cooling
  • Heating
heat pump installation in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

Heat pumps are another method of heating or cooling your house, like an air conditioner or furnace. However, it doesn’t heat or cool the air in your house like a traditional system. Instead, it regulates your home’s temperature by moving heat from warmer areas to cooler areas. Getting a heat pump installation from North Shore Home Energy will give you a great alternative from typical heating and cooling options. Read our list below to see why getting a heat pump might be an option for you! 

Here are five reasons you should consider a heat pump installation:

 

No fuel storage necessary

Various heating and cooling systems use different types of fuel, such as oil, propane, or other alternative fuel. Because of this, you’ll always have to keep a supply in your house. With a heat pump, you don’t have to worry about how much fuel you have. Heat pumps use nothing but electricity, and can always operate as long as they have power. 

 

Long lifespan

If you’re diligent about keeping them in good condition, heat pumps can last a long time. On average, heat pumps can last 14 to 15 years if cared for properly. Like many appliances, it’s a good idea to get your heat pump inspected annually and perform maintenance. If you take care of your heat pump, it will take care of you. 

 

Heating and cooling combined

If you want to keep your home temperate, you’ll generally need to buy and manage two different systems. However, like a combined HVAC system, a heat pump can pull double duty by keeping your home warm during the winter and cool during the summer.

 

Fewer carbon emissions

Heat pumps have a reputation for their high energy efficiency. Because of this, they’re likely to reduce your carbon footprint. For instance, water source heat pumps, which move heat to/from a water source, can reduce your energy usage by 30-60%.

 

Energy efficient

Heat pumps are very energy efficient when compared to similar options like gas furnaces. Not only do heat pumps run on electricity, which is cleaner than gas or oil, but they are also very efficient at using it to move heat. As a rule of thumb, heat pumps operate best when the difference between the source and supply temperatures is very little.

 

What makes North Shore Home Energy one of Kingston’s top heating and cooling companies?

With over 25 years of experience in the cooling and heating industries, North Shore Home Energy is dedicated to providing top-quality service to homes, businesses, and restaurants. Our attention to detail, on-demand service, and fair pricing will keep your home running smoothly year after year. In addition, we’re a proud participating contractor with the Mass Save program. Ask us about rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for seven years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about how we can help you with a heat pump installation.

By Brian Renadette

Save Cash With Our Holiday Energy Tips!

Save Cash With Our Holiday Energy Tips!

  • Miscellaneous
Holiday Energy Tips in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

With Thanksgiving out of the way, the holiday season has officially begun. Homeowners across New Hampshire are bringing out their lights and preparing their ovens for holiday feasts. However, all this celebrating can put a real strain on your energy bills. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are plenty of ways to help minimize the increase in your energy bills. As our Christmas present to you, we want to offer some holiday energy tips to help you save more this winter.

Here are some holiday energy tips any homeowner can use:

 

Smaller gatherings, smaller meals

Do you have more reserved holiday gatherings that don’t get as many visitors? If so, you can save some energy by getting a smaller main course. Not only will it be quicker to cook (which uses less energy,) but you also won’t have to deal with having a week’s worth of leftovers.

 

Other simple cooking tips

There are plenty of other ways to cook smarter and save energy, such as:

  • Not messing with the oven door or pot lids when something is cooking inside. Even a quick peek can drop the internal temperature by 25°F. This will force your oven to work harder to maintain your preferred cooking temperature.
  • Cooking side dishes alongside the main course, such as stuffing alongside Christmas ham. Keep in mind how the temperature for the main dish will affect cooking times for other dishes.
  • Using the smallest appliances you can. Why cook something in an oven when a microwave will work while using less energy?

 

Avoid phantom energy drain

Many New England families like to go on vacation somewhere warmer during the winter. However, electronics can still put a drain on your energy bills when they aren’t in use. Before leaving on vacation, unplug your electronics such as computers, TVs, and printers. That way, they can’t use small bits of energy and raise your bills.

 

Deck the halls with LED lights

It’s no secret that decorating your home with lights is a common holiday tradition. However, you can save money on this tradition by switching to LED Christmas lights. On average, these use about 10% of the energy normal light strings use. Also, they produce less heat, making them safer and less likely to cause fires if used improperly.

 

Heat your home with body heat

Having friends and family over can be one of the best parts of the holidays. Also, it can be a good opportunity to reduce your heating bills. Having lots of people in your home can raise the temperature from their body heat. If you drop your thermostat before company arrives, you can balance out the increase in heat while spending less on energy. You can expect an average savings of about 3% per degree you lower the temperature.

 

What makes North Shore Home Energy a high-quality pick for winter heating assistance?

North Shore Home Energy LLC is a small local dedicated HVAC & Refrigeration service company in the North Shore providing excellent service to homes, businesses, and restaurants. With over 25 years in the industry, North Shore Home Energy is here to educate our customers on maintenance and strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Our attention to detail, on-demand service, and fair pricing will keep you running smoothly year after year. We are a proud participating contractor with the Mass Save program. Ask us about rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for 7 years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about keeping your home warm this winter!

By Brian Renadette

5 Signs You Need a New Furnace Filter

5 Signs You Need a New Furnace Filter

  • Heating
furnace filter in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

The average furnace has a variety of parts that allow it to heat your home. However, one part of the furnace homeowners can easily work with is the filter. The filter helps clear out the air that flows into the furnace to cool it down. While we clean it out during our maintenance visits, knowing how to do it yourself is very important. To replace it, you’ll first have to know when the filter needs replacing.

Here are five signs you should get a replacement furnace filter:

 

Low air quality

Your home’s air quality can suffer when your furnace has a dirty filter. The dust and contaminants that accumulate can often make you feel sick. If your allergies are hitting you harder lately, it might be worth checking the filter.

 

Visible dirt

It’s easy to tell if you need a replacement when you see your filter looking dirty. Dirty filters are usually gray and are covered in dirt and grime.

 

Regular replacements

There’s no exact “right” time you for replacing your filter. However, a common suggestion is every three months. You can tweak that suggestion depending on factors like your furnace’s workload or the presence of pets. If you need help determining the best ways or times to replace it, we can offer some advice.

 

Higher energy bills

Filters in need of replacement can put a damper on your furnace’s efficiency. Lower efficiency means your furnace will take more energy to heat your home, costing you more money. Also, inefficient furnaces tend to die out quicker. If you stay on top of your furnace filter’s health, you can save about 5-15% on energy costs.

 

Burning smells

A furnace’s filters or burner motor can smell like they’re burning when they overheat. This is because the clogged filter is causing your furnace to overheat, as it can’t get the airflow it needs to stay cool. A new filter can keep your furnace cool while it keeps you warm.

 

Why call North Shore Home Energy to keep my furnace working?

North Shore Home Energy LLC is a small local dedicated HVAC & Refrigeration service company in the North Shore providing excellent service to homes, businesses, and restaurants. With over 25 years in the industry, North Shore Home Energy is here to educate our customers on maintenance and strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Our attention to detail, on-demand service, and fair pricing will keep you running smoothly year after year. We are a proud participating contractor with the Mass Save program. Ask us about rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for 7 years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about keeping your furnace in good condition!

By Brian Renadette

6 Reasons to Get HVAC Duct Repair

6 Reasons to Get HVAC Duct Repair

  • Cooling
  • Heating
HVAC duct repair in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

Getting an HVAC system for your home requires you to also get ductwork installed in your home. It can look out of place in your home, but those ducts are very important for your HVAC system. When these ducts get damaged, they’ll become useless as the air they’re supposed to transport leaks out of the ducts. Calling for HVAC duct repair requires you to be able to know that your system has a problem. At North Shore Home Energy, we can tell you about some of the problems you should look for.

Here are six issues that require HVAC duct repair to solve:

 

Dirt and dust

HVAC ducts use your home’s air, which means airborne contaminants can travel the ducts. Fortunately, most of them can be stopped by the replaceable filter the HVAC system has. However, the filter can get clogged, allowing dust to get in and damage the inner workings of the HVAC system. If your ducts are getting too dirty, you might need to switch the filter.

 

Decreased airflow

HVAC systems work by circulating your home’s air through ducts and expelling heated or cooled air through vents. However, several issues can weaken the airflow, making it hard to heat or cool your home. You might have an animal’s nest in the ducts, or the ductwork might be damaged or disconnected. Best-case scenario, there’s just some furniture or a rug blocking a vent. If you follow the ducts to where the air isn’t flowing as strongly, you might find the source of the problem.

 

Damaged ducts

Damage to your ducts, such as holes and tears, can leak the air you’re trying to heat or cool. The holes make it harder to regulate your home’s temperature and your HVAC system will become more inefficient. If your ducts are getting too holey, call us today to get them patched up.

 

Higher energy bills

Energy bills usually rise during the summers and winters. However, rising energy bills can also be caused by damaged appliances and systems. Take a close look at your HVAC system’s filters, refrigerant levels, and fans. Also, the problem can be caused by worn-down electrical connections. In those cases, you should call a professional electrician to fix those.

 

Hot and cold spots

Do you find parts of your house are still cold even when the heat is on? Damage to your ducts might cause cold air to leak, preventing your ducts from cooling your home. The reverse is also true. Having hot spots when the AC is on can also be caused by duct damage.

 

Strange noises

When you turn on your HVAC, you might hear a popping noise. That’s just the ducts expanding or contracting due to the temperature and is nothing to worry about. However, continuous loud or rattling noises are caused by damaged ducts. It’s also possible that your ducts are too small for your home. Give us a call and we can tell if you need bigger ducts or simply a repair.

 

What makes North Shore Home Energy my best bet for fixing my ducts?

North Shore Home Energy LLC is a small local dedicated HVAC & Refrigeration service company in the North Shore providing excellent service to homes, businesses, and restaurants. With over 25 years in the industry, North Shore Home Energy is here to educate our customers on maintenance and strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Our attention to detail, on-demand service, and fair pricing will keep you running smoothly year after year. We are a proud participating contractor with the Mass Save program. Ask us about rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for 7 years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to schedule your duct repair work!

By Brian Renadette

6 Benefits of a Boiler Inspection

6 Benefits of a Boiler Inspection

  • Heating
boiler inspection in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

There’s only two months and change left until winter starts, and it’s time to start thinking about your home’s heating. If you’re using a boiler for heat, you likely need someone to perform an inspection. Too much inactivity can be bad for machines, and the summer-long break might have hampered your boiler’s efficiency. Having a boiler fail can be extremely dangerous, and we want to ensure your safety and warmth this winter.

Here are six ways a boiler inspection can help you and your home:

 

Keep it energy-efficient

Boilers are complex machines with many parts, and some of those parts wear out faster than others. To keep your boiler efficient, you want to make sure every part is in good condition. By doing so, your boiler will use less energy to heat your home.

 

Maximize the boiler’s life

Boilers are a large financial investment, and you’ll want to maximize your investment by keeping it functional for as long as possible. Regular inspections and professional maintenance can keep your boiler running for as long as it can. Depending on who you ask, a well-maintained boiler can last ten to fifteen years.

 

Legal obligations

Certain parts of the country have laws that require you to get regular inspections. These laws are put in place to help prevent catastrophic boiler failures. If you don’t follow these laws, you’ll have to pay fines and also have a poorly-maintained boiler. Following local inspection laws will help you avoid legal trouble and ensure you and your boiler’s safety.

 

Save money on energy

Boilers are second only to HVAC systems in how much energy they use annually. However, regular inspections can help you save up to 10% on its energy usage. Also, well-maintained boilers are at a lower risk of breakdowns, which cost money to fix or replace.

 

Stay safe

Boilers generate carbon monoxide when they run, but the gas is safely vented outside your home via an exhaust pipe. However, poorly-maintained boilers may have holes in the exhaust pipe that allow the deadly and odorless gas into your home. Also, boilers are known for explosive failures, so keeping it healthy is important for your safety.

 

Maintain warranties

There are many boiler manufacturers with different ways of doing business. However, many of their boiler warranties require you to give their products regular maintenance and inspections. Failing to follow the requirements will void the warranty, disqualifying you from any money to help with repairs or replacements.

 

Why trust North Shore Home Energy to keep my boiler working this winter?

North Shore Home Energy LLC is a small local dedicated HVAC & Refrigeration service company in the North Shore providing excellent service to homes, businesses, and restaurants. With over 25 years in the industry, North Shore Home Energy is here to educate our customers on maintenance and strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Our attention to detail, on-demand service, and fair pricing will keep you running smoothly year after year. We are a proud participating contractor with the Mass Save program. Ask us about rebates up to $3,500 and 0% financing for 7 years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to schedule your furnace inspection!

By Brian Renadette

5 Reasons to Get Commercial Freezer Service

5 Reasons to Get Commercial Freezer Service

  • Cooling
commercial freezer service in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

The refrigeration units in your business are an important part of serving fresh food to your customers. However, this also means you constantly have to be on the watch for problems with your freezers. If they stop working and let your frozen food get bad, you could lose hundreds or thousands of dollars in wasted stock. To prevent these losses, you need to know when it’s time to call someone who can offer you commercial freezer service.

Here are five signs you need to call for commercial freezer service:

 

Spoiled food

The majority of commercial freezers are used to keep food frozen to prevent spoilage. If the freezers break down, they can’t keep the food from spoiling. This means you’ll have to throw out the food because you obviously can’t sell spoiled food. If you notice your frozen food is expiring before their expiration dates, you might have to adjust your freezer’s settings. If that doesn’t work, it’s time to call for repairs.

 

Heavy condensation and frost

In addition to keeping food cold, freezers help keep food dry to discourage mold growth. Heavy amounts of condensation mean you have something wrong with the unit gasket, drain tube, or humidity controls. Similarly, seeing lots of frost in your freezer means there’s a problem with the defrost system or evaporator fan.

 

Leaks

When you see water around your freezers, that’s an obvious sign something is wrong. There are a wide variety of reasons your freezers are leaking. They might be overheating or overworked, they turned off during a power surge, the drain hose might have issues, or it might be something else. Your best bet is to call North Shore Home Energy to take a look at your freezers.

 

Damaged seals

The seals on your freezer doors are designed to keep the cold in and the heat out. However, wear and tear can result in small gaps forming, allowing the cold to escape. This may force your freezer to work harder to stay cool, raising your energy bills and wearing out the freezer faster.

 

Higher energy bills

Speaking of energy bills, as a business owner, you should have a general idea of how much you spend on energy every month. If you’ve noticed an inexplicable increase, something is likely wrong with an appliance or electronic. Inefficient freezers and other appliances/electronics will use more electricity then normally to work, costing you money. If you can’t find why your bills are increasing, it might be worth checking your freezers and other electronics.

 

Why call North Shore Home Energy to fix my freezers?

North Shore Home Energy is a company with over 25 years of history and experience in the HVACR industry. Our family-owned business has been working hard to keep food cold and people comfortable. If you call us today, we can offer a free quote on your purchase. We’re also proud to be participating in the Mass Save program. As a participant of the Mass Save program, you may be able to score a rebate up to $3,500 with 0% financing for 7 years! North Shore Home Energy can help you find refrigeration that meets your needs, the needs of your customers, and the needs of your employees. Contact us today to get started!

By Brian Renadette

R22 Refrigerant: Important Product News

R22 Refrigerant: Important Product News

  • Cooling
R22 Refrigerant in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

Is your AC an older model from before 2010? If so, then this bit of industry news will be especially important to you. As you may know, your AC uses refrigerant, a liquid chemical inside your AC that allows it to cool air. Refrigerants work by moving between various components in the AC to move heat from one area to another. R22 refrigerant, also known as Freon, is one of the more well-known ones and has seen common usage. However, next year, that’s all going to change.

What’s happening with R22 refrigerant?

Introduced back in the 1950s, R22 became the AC refrigerant of choice for the residential heating/cooling industry. However, two decades later, people noticed that the usage of R22 and some other refrigerants was depleting the ozone layer. Because of this, various worldwide organizations, including the EPA, created the Montreal Protocol. The Protocol is a plan to slowly phase out ozone-depleting refrigerants worldwide. Starting in 2003, countries started enacting progressively heavier limits on R22 usage, with certain variants being banned from being produced and imported. At the dawn of 2010, Americans could no longer make equipment that used R22. However, R22 could (and still can, for now) be made and imported for use in pre-existing equipment. Come 2020, chemical manufacturers will completely stop making new R22, marking the effective end of its common usage.

Because R22 is soon going to have a much more limited supply, the prices are going to start increasing. In addition, older ACs need more frequent servicing, increasing demand for R22. Combined with strict regulations on recycling/reclaiming it and the fact that only EPA-certified technicians can buy it means the prices only increase further. This means homeowners will be paying a heavy premium to keep an older AC unit working.

So what should I do?

It’s obvious that it’s going to get more expensive to service your AC if it uses R22. If you ask one of our professionals, they’ll likely suggest you upgrade your model. North Shore Home Energy offers a wide variety of AC units from the leading brands, including Trane and Lennox. While it’s possible to retrofit your old AC to use R401a, a newer and more ecologically friendly refrigerant used by most modern AC units now, it can easily cost as much as a new unit, if not more. In addition, this almost always voids warranties and can break the unit if not done properly, meaning you’ll have to get a new unit anyway.

But how exactly do you know if your unit uses R22 refrigerant? As a rule of thumb, AC units made before 2010 generally use R22. If not, then it most likely uses something else. If you want to be sure, take a look at your unit’s nameplate or the user’s manual. You can usually find the nameplate on the outdoor condenser on your central AC system. If that fails, our technicians can always help you figure it out!

Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about R22 refrigerant or schedule an AC replacement!

By Brian Renadette

5 Pros of a High Efficiency Forced Air System

5 Pros of a High Efficiency Forced Air System

  • Heating
force air system in Kingston by North Shore Home Energy

Forced air heaters and furnaces are a way to heat your home by burning gas, oil, or propane. By using return ducts, it takes air from your home, heats it, and delivers the air back into your home via supply ducts. These are one of the most popular types of home heating system in the country. Here at North Shore Home Energy, we can tell you what’s so great about a forced air system.

Here are five reasons to consider installing a high efficiency forced air system:

 

Low operating cost

Although they may have higher installation costs than other systems, their operating cost is much lower. Forced air furnaces are highly efficient, with efficiency rates generally in the 90% range. In addition, if you properly maintain them, these furnaces can last over two decades and are cheap to fix.

 

High air quality

A major benefit of forced air systems is how they can condition your home’s air in a variety of ways. Not only can you filter your home’s air, but you can also install whole-home humidification systems or air cleaners to clean the air as it passes through the system.

 

Quick heating

Most heating systems, like electric ones, can take a good while to get your home heated up. Meanwhile, furnaces have much quicker start times and can provide home-wide comfort in just a matter of minutes.

 

Highly safe

You may be aware of some of the dangers of furnaces. If not properly vented, carbon monoxide and other harmful gasses can get into your home and pose serious health risks. Fortunately, our furnaces have multiple safety switches that help prevent fires and toxic fumes from getting into your home. Even so, you’ll want to install CO detectors in your home if you get a furnace.

 

Compatible with duct cooling systems

If you have a central AC system, the forced air system can work with it to provide year-round comfort. Both systems can make use of the same ductwork to keep your home comfortable.

 

Why is North Shore Home Energy my best choice for purchasing a heating system?

North Shore Home Energy has over 25 years of experience with various heating and cooling systems. We’re dedicated to helping our customers get the best HVAC for their money and use it to its best potential. As a proudly participating contractor in the Mass Save program, we offer rebates of up to $3,500 and 0% financing for up to seven years. Call North Shore Home Energy today to learn more about our forced air systems!

By Brian Renadette