One of the most important factors of your Onalaska home that is critical for your comfort is heating. If you are in the market for a new heater system, or if you have just looked for fun, you probably have noticed the term “HVAC”. This stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. This system controls the air temperature and humidity of the air in your home as well as controls the quality of the air that you breathe. Make sure that your home is always warm and toasty when it gets too cold outside here in Onalaska.
Other Services offered to heat or cool your Onalaska home are plenum heaters, uv installation, boilers, air to air exchangers, in-floor radiant heating, air filters, sheet metal and duct work, air filtration, ventilation, residential and commercial.
We carry Goodman Heating Systems which carry a 10 year parts and labor guarantee.
Central Heating Systems heat keeps your home warm and comfortable in the winter and cooler months. The furnace plays the critical part in the operation of your HVAC Central Heating System.
A furnace produces the heat through the combustion of natural gas or electricity in the furnace’s burner. The heat produced from the process passes through the heat exchanger, and is then blown through the air ducts, warming the air in your home.
Typically a central air conditioning system is a split system, with an outdoor air conditioning or compressor unit, and an indoor coil, which is usually installed on the top of the furnace in your home.
Using electricity as the power source, the compressor pumps refrigerant through the HVAC system to gather heat and moisture from indoors and removes it from the home. The warm air inside the home is then blown over the cooled indoor coil, thus “cooling” the air. The heat that was transferred to the coil is pumped to the exterior of the home, while the cooled air is pumped back inside, helping to maintain a comfortable cooler temperature.
An HVAC Package System Unit is a unique, all-in-one system that supplies both cooling and heating equipment into one package. These units sit on the ground or rooftop outside and come in three forms. The first form is a packaged heat pump which offers heating and cooling using a heat pump. The second form is a packaged air conditioner which will cool your home and heat it through electric strip heat. The third form is a gas-electric packaged unit which offers all-in-one air conditioning and natural gas-powered furnace performance.
A heat pump uses electricity as its energy source, and is used for either heating or cooling of your home. The heat pump transfers heat between two reservoirs to accomplish this. In warmer months, the heat pump acts like an air conditioner by removing heat from the air inside your home and transferring it outside. In colder months, heat from outdoor air is extracted and transferred to the interior of your home. Even on a 32° day, the heat pump can product enough heat to warm a home.
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