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Make Your Home Comfortable with Lafayette, IN Heating Services

There are several ways you can heat your Lafayette, IN home  or office effective and efficiently.

This can be done by: using an electric furnace, a gas furnace, geothermal, hybrid heating, or by a heat pump. Which one is best for you? One of the most common ways to heat your home or office is to use a standard gas furnace. These units vary in size and efficiency from 80% to 95%. Gas furnaces come in a variety of capabilities too. They come in a single, two stage, or modulating furnace. In this category the modulating furnace is the best at keeping a constant temperature in your home. If you are looking for heating services including furnace installation and furnace repair, call Comfort Mechanical today.

Heating Services Heater Repair Furnace Installation in Lafayette, IndianaOur Rheme Heating Services for Lafayette, IN

If you need heating equipment for your home, we offer system evaluation, design, repair, maintenance, and installation services to make your home more comfortable and more energy efficient.

We proudly represent Rheem in the Lafayette, IN and Crawfordsville, IN communities.

Electric Furnace Installation in Lafayette, Indiana

The source of heating with the least amount of initial cost is the electric furnace. While this furnace system has the least amount of up front expense it is one of the most costly to operate depending on your kw/h rate is. These kinds of heating services are most common in areas where gas in not easily come by.

Heat-pump Dual Fuel Systems: Lafayette, IN Heating Services

Heating Services Furnace Repair Heater Repair Lafayette, IndianaA fast growing form of heating services is with heat pump dual fuel heating. This partners a heat pump and either a gas or electric furnace to form one really efficient system. With Rheem’s new high efficiency 2 stage heat pumps they will out perform gas furnaces at moderate temperatures. Then when it is more cost effective to run the gas furnace, the heat pump will turn off and the furnace will run instead giving you and your family a cozy warm house at affordable prices!

Residential furnaces work in commercial applications too. Sometimes it is more economical to use a rooftop instead of a split system. A split system is made of two components the inside furnace and the outside unit. When a rooftop unit is used, the unit contains all of the parts needed to both heat and cool the building or space. Allow the heating and cooling contractor pro’s at Comfort Mechanical to size your space and come up with a system to save energy and money. This can put money into your pocket and out of the utility companies wallet.


Reduce Your Energy Bill: Heating Services in Lafayette, IN

  Heating Services Furnace Installation Furnace Repair Lafayette, IN Homeowners in virtually every region of the country are enjoying a high level of comfort and significantly reducing their energy use today by heating and cooling their homes with geothermal heat pumps (GHPs). 

Geothermal heat pump technology relies primarily on the Earth’s natural thermal energy, a renewable resource, to heat or cool a home or commercial building. The only additional energy GHP systems require is the small amount of electricity they employ to concentrate what Mother Nature provides and then to circulate high-quality heating and cooling throughout the building.

Homeowners who use GHP systems give them superior ratings because of their ability to deliver comfortably warm air, even on the coldest winter days, and because of their extraordinarily low operating costs. As an additional benefit, GHP systems can provide inexpensive hot water, either to supplement or replace entirely the output of a conventional, domestic water heater.

Geothermal heating and cooling is cost effective because it uses energy so efficiently. This makes it very environmentally friendly, too. For these reasons, agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy recognize it. Owners of geothermal heat pump systems can relax and enjoy high-quality heating and cooling year after year. These systems work on a different principle than an ordinary furnace installation /air conditioning system, and they require little maintenance or attention from homeowners. Furnaces must create heat by burning a fuel – typically natural gas, propane, or fuel oil.

With geothermal heating systems, there’s no need to create heat, hence no need for chemical combustion. Instead, the Earth’s natural heat is collected in winter through a series of pipes, called a loop, installed below the surface of the ground or submersed in a pond or lake. Fluid circulating in the loop carries this heat to the home. An indoor geothermal heat pump then uses electrically – driven compressors and heat exchangers in a vapor compression cycle, the same principle employed in a refrigerator, to concentrate the Earth’s energy and release it inside the home at a higher temperature. In typical systems, duct fans distribute the heat to various rooms.

In summer, the process is reversed in order to cool the home. Excess heat is drawn from the home, expelled to the loop, and absorbed by the Earth. GHP systems provide cooling in the same way that a refrigerator keeps its contents cool – by drawing heat from the interior and moving it to an outside space.

Geothermal heat pump systems do the work that ordinarily requires two appliances, a furnace and an air conditioner. They can be located indoors because there’s no need to exchange heat with the outdoor air. They’re so quiet homeowners don’t even realize they’re on. They are also compact. Typically, they are installed in a basement or attic, and some are small enough to fit atop a closet shelf. The indoor location also means the equipment is protected from mechanical breakdowns that could result from exposure to harsh weather.

Geothermal heat pumps work differently than conventional heat pumps that use the outdoor air as their heat source or heat sink. GHP systems don’t have to work as hard (which means they use less energy) because they draw heat from a source whose temperature is moderate.

The temperature of the ground or groundwater a few feet beneath the Earth’s surface remains relatively constant throughout the year, even though the outdoor air temperature may fluctuate greatly with the change of seasons. At a depth of approximately six feet, for example, the temperature of soil in most of the world’s regions remains stable between 45 F and 70 F. This is why well water drawn from below ground tastes so cool even on the hottest summer days.

In winter, it’s much easier to capture heat from the soil at a moderate 50 degrees than from the atmosphere when the air temperature. This is also why GHP systems encounter no difficulty blowing comfortably warm air through a home’s ventilation system, even when the outdoor air temperature is extremely cold. Conversely, in summer, the relatively cool ground absorbs a home’s waste heat more readily than the warm outdoor air.

Studies show that approximately 70 percent of the energy used in a geothermal heating and cooling system is renewable energy from the ground. The remainder is clean, electrical energy which is employed to concentrate heat and transport it from one location to another. In winter, the ground soaks up solar energy and provides a barrier to cold air. In summer, the ground heats up more slowly than the outside air.

Comfort Mechanical carries two lines of Geothermal units. Bosch, formerly Florida Heat Pump and Comfort Aire. Are you desiring to save even more money on your commercial utility bills? Consider geothermal heating services in Lafayette, IN for your business too.

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Heating Services & Air Conditioning with Comfort Mechanical

Even the best furnace will eventually need service work. We recommend that you have a service agreement in place with a trusted heating and cooling contractor.

Service agreements protect you from surprise furnace and air conditioning repairs and unexpected system breakdowns by having an experienced professional check on and evaluate your home heating and cooling system on a regular basis. 

What are Service Agreements?

Do I Need One? Yes.
A Service Agreement is a yearly agreement between any customer and Comfort Mechanical which entitles the customer to:

1) an annual furnace cleaning
2) an annual air conditioning cleaning
3) 15% discount on replacement parts
4) 15% discount on new equipment

A Service Agreement saves each customer money by reducing the cost of annual maintenance of your heating and cooling system.