New Akron, Ohio Furnaces come in many sizes and styles. First you need to determine what type of furnace will suit your needs. This is where Jennings Heating and Cooling can help. We can provide any type of furnace you may need. In addition, we’ll help you determine exactly what will work best in your home.
Types of furnaces
Central Warm-Air Furnace: This type of furnace uses a fan which will force warm air though ducts – which are placed in all the rooms of your home. Typically the furnace will be fueled by electricity or gas. Some of these furnaces use gravity and the normal process of warm air rising and cool air falling. The warm air will be forced through the ducts to warm your home while the cool air falls through the ducts and is returned to the furnace to be reheated.
Hot Water or Steam: With this system, hot water or steam is sent to radiators or pipes to heat the various rooms. Radiators will actually release steam into the room to heat it while in hot water systems, the water remains in the pipes which are in the walls or flooring.
Heat Pump: A heat pump is a heating and cooling system that is used all year long. Duct work is used to navigate the heated and cooled air throughout the home to keep all of the rooms at a comfortable temperature for your family.
Wall, Pipeless, or Floor Furnace: With any of these systems, a ductless combustor or resistance unit is used. Fuel is held in an enclosed chamber and then burned. All of this is stored below the floor, and then the heat is released through the floor into the room if it is a floor furnace. A wall furnace works the same way, but the unit is placed in the wall. Finally, a pipeless furnace is placed in the basement. A register in a hallway or room is used to deliver the heat.
Regardless of the type of furnace you are looking for, Jennings Heating and Cooling can meet your needs. With over 80 years of experience, Jennings understands that no two homes are quite alike and we have the expertise to find the right furnace for you and your family.
- In business since 1931
- Over 25,000 satisfied customers
- All our technicians are NATE Certified
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The best time to replace your furnace: The best time to buy a new furnace is before your old one breaks down. In the last few years of your furnace’s life, it will begin to break down and need costly repairs. In addition, a furnace that is not working at 100% efficiency will increase your monthly utility bills.
Instead of waiting until you furnace breaks down, contact us now to let Jennings Heating and Cooling help you determine what your needs are. Having your new Akron, Ohio furnaces in place today will give you peace of mind tomorrow.