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Furnaces and Air Handlers Ocala

All furnaces and heating systems come to the end of their lives at one time or another. When that happens, choosing the right replacement system is important.

Are you in the market for a new furnace?

About Furnaces

Having a Furnace is a good way to heat your home effieciently and effectively. But did you know that there are lots of furnaces that can fit your specific needs? The kinds of furnaces are listed below:

 

  1. Gas Furnace
    This is the most common kind of furnace you’ll find, especially in cooler climates. Gas furnaces are very effective at distributing heat evenly and cost less than the other furnaces.
  2. Oil Furnace
    If you do not have access to gas in your home, then picking an oil furnace would be a viable option for you. This option however isn’t always as efficient as a gas furnace would be.
  3. Electric Furnace
    If you do not have a natural gas line coming into your home then you can pick out an electric furnace. Electric furnaces are often less expensive to purchase and come in tinier sizes when compared to gas furnaces. However, like oil furnaces, they are not as efficient as gas furnaces. People who are in warmer climates tend to buy these more often because of the low cost upfront and low usage.
  4. Modulating Furnace
    A modulating furnace changes the amount of gas it burns based on the target temperature. This type of furnace isn’t as cheap up front, however, this unit won’t waste energy, making it more efficient. Instead, it uses less energy without turning on and off throughout the day.

Patrick's Heating & Air Conditioning has numerous award-winning, high efficiency heating systems you can choose from. We have just the right option for both your home size and your price range

Not sure what it will cost? Patrick's Heating & Air Conditioning is happy to provide a free and friendly estimate, based on your individual needs. Call 352-236-0400 today to speak with a heating system expert and receive your free estimate.

Are you interested in financing options? You can learn more here about your financing options here.