There are two major choices when it comes to your heating infrastructure – the heat pump or the furnace. Here are some of the advantages for each option.
These ducts direct heated or cooled air to vents throughout your home.
These are safety features on gas furnaces that indicate whether or not a flame is present to ignite the gas.
These blades are part of the fan inside your heating system. The fan circulates air throughout your home.
The start and run capacitors in your heating system’s fan motor supply it with electricity.
The ignitor is a pilot light or electric component that heats up the gas in your furnace in order to produce heated air.
High temp gaskets seal the draft inducer blower and heat exchanger in heating systems.
These switches close up so that electricity can get through in order to ignite the furnace.
• Digital Thermostats
: These thermostats feature a digital display that allows you to adjust the temperature more accurately than manual thermostats.
◦Honeywell Thermostats: Honeywell offers programmable and non-programmable digital thermostats.
• WiFi Thermostats
: These thermostats allow you to adjust the settings from any location with Internet access.
◦Honeywell Thermostats: These WiFi thermostats, such as the Honeywell Pro 9000, are programmable and offer convenience and improved energy efficiency.
◦Nest Thermostat: The Google Nest thermostat is a “smart” thermostat that learns your typical schedule and makes temperature adjustments accordingly.