HYDRONIC RADIANT (BOILER)
Wi Fi Thermostats
FORCED AIR (FURNACE)
Economy Furnace Line
Check out my economy furnace line provided by Bryant as a sister company. These are reliable, dependable units which still deliver the same comfort and efficiency as other product lines.
Check out some options from my Bryant furnace line. This is just a start, I can help you decide between single stage, two stage, modulating in a one on one on site visit to give all my recommendations for the best $$. Also packaged zone controls pricing can be supplied on request.
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Gas-fired wall-mounted condensing boiler with modulating stainless steel cylinder burner and Inox-Radial heat exchanger surface. Rated input: 12 to 530 MBH
Please contact Darcy and I'd be happy to discuss what type of system you want. I strongly recommend you contacting me about your future boiler system and you will be very happy with the final result.
In my experience forced air heating has evolved more then any other part of the heat/cool industry. The gas consumption has been reduced and comfort level improved due to adding more stages (gears) of heat your furnace has. You can now purchase a 96% efficient furnace and notice a considerable difference in comfort.
You just can't beat the comfort of radiant heat! If you are trying to decide between radiant heat and forced air, the biggest difference is the cozy feel from radiant heat, which isn't comparable. Although forced air has improved, its still not like radiant heat. You will never experience another cold spot or chill again. If you decide to go with radiant heat the extra expense is for comfort. Also, your installer has to understand how the system operates. Anyone can follow lines on a drawing and connect the dots but if they don't understand the flows, sequence, safety's limits, and controls. I strongly recommend kicking that installer to the curb and repairs can add up quickly and expensively. Let someone as experiences as myself do the job for you!