New Heating System | Replacement Heating System
We Deliver “Warm & Toasty”. In Many
If your heating system is “toast” or you’ve decided to replace it before it gets any worse, we’re here to help…in more ways than one.
First, we size and install heating systems one at a time. That’s your primary assurance of the right size and type of heating, at the right price. We also can assist you in applying for energy rebates and no interest loans available from Mass Save and NHSaves.
What Kind of Heating System Do You Have?
Do you currently have a boiler? You do if your heat comes from water circulated through baseboard units, radiators, or an under-floor radiant heating system.
Do you currently have a furnace? You do if your heat comes from the same air vents or registers that supply cool air in the summer.
Then again, you’re not required to replace like with like. Have an oil furnace but you’re leaning toward converting to gas heat? We can make that happen. Thinking about replacing your heating and AC systems at the same time? That’s where we have the most options to offer you. In fact, when you put them all together, Correct Temp can design and install a multitude of home heating systems, including:
- Gas heating systems
- Oil heating systems
- In-floor radiant heating systems
- Ductless air systems
- Air source heat pumps
Which one is best suited to your home and budget? We’re here to help figure that out on your behalf. We’ll take measurements to properly size your system, determine your heat loss, and either determine or confirm you have natural gas on your street if you’re interested in an oil-to-gas conversion.
When might a radiant heating systems be your best option? When, for example, you’re engaged in a total or partial home remodeling project and your floors will be laid bare anyway. Hydronic radiant floor systems pump heated water from a boiler through tubing laid in a pattern underneath the floor. In some systems, the temperature in each room is controlled by regulating the flow of hot water through each tubing loop. This is done by a system of zoning valves or pumps and thermostats. The end result is cozy and energy efficient indoor heating, taking advantage of a simple law of physics: heat rises.
That’s just one example of the step-by-step process we’ll go through to make sure you get exactly what you need and want.
Correct Temp: installing home heating systems that last.