Sacramento Heating Repair and Service
On cold winter days, there is nothing better than a warm, cozy home. If your heating or furnace system is not getting your home to the warm temperature you would like, call Premium Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Our courteous, professional, trained technicians will respond promptly to your call and get your heating or furnace system back to keeping you warm. We are bonded and insured, so you can be assured that you are receiving a top level of professionalism. Premium has been providing heating or furnace system service repair, installations and maintenance for over 20 years to residential and commercial clients in the Sacramento area.
Repair and Service provided by Premium Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.:
- Furnace Repair
- Furnace Service
- Heater Repair
- Heater Service
- Furnace Installation
- Furnace Replacement
- Maintenance on your Furnace or Heater
- Heat Strip Package Replacement
- Heat Pump Indoor Coils
- Heat Pump Condenser Sections
- Heat Pump Compressor Replacement
- Gas Valve Repairs
- Condensing Furnace Repairs or Replacement
- Combustion Blower Replacements
- Flue Pipe Repairs or Replacement
- Programmable Thermostat Installation
- Duct Repair
- Duct Replacement
- Electronic Air Cleaners
- Electrostatic Air Filters
- Filter Replacement
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Sacramento Furnace Repair and Service
When your heating or furnace system breaks your home can get chilly in a hurry. Call Premium Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. and we will provide you with fast, reliable service from our trained, uniformed technicians. Our employees are trained to perform heating and furnace system repairs on all makes and models. Our goal is to provide quality repairs at an affordable price while achieving complete customer satisfaction.
Signs that you may need a heating or furnace system repair:
Is your heating or furnace system making a strange noise?
Are you turning the thermostat higher and higher and not receiving the desired warmth from your heating or furnace system?
Are some areas in your home warm, while other areas are cold?
Do you continually have to re-light your pilot light?
Has it been more than two years since you have had a tune-up on your heating or furnace system?
Do you smell any strange odors when your heating or furnace system ignites?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, call Premium. We work quickly to diagnose the problem and get your heating or furnace system back to working at its optimum efficiency.
Sacramento Heating and Furnace Replacement
There will come a point and time when you need a heating or furnace system replacement. Whether you are in an older home and more efficient heating or air conditioning system would be a better investment, or you are tired of repairing your heating or furnace system year after year, Premium Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. can help you decide your next step. Give Premium a call and you will meet with the company owner, not a pushy salesman who wants to up sell you. Bob has almost 30 years of expertise to help assess which high efficiency system is right for your home and your budget.
When to consider replacing your heating or furnace system:
Is your current heating and air conditioning system 10 -15 years old?
Are you paying money to repair your heating or furnace system every year?
Are your energy bills higher than they used to be?
Do you have rooms in your home that never seem to be warm?
Have you always had a problem keeping your home warm?
Call Premium Heating and Air Conditioning today and we will help you determine which replacement options are right for your budget and your home.
Sacramento Heating Installation and Furnace Installation
Understanding how your heating or furnace system works.
Central Heating systems are generally considered forced air furnaces. Air is forced over either a heat exchanger or a bank of electric resistance heaters. Forced air furnaces come in four types.
What type of heating or furnace system do you have?
A gas burning central furnace utilizes a heat exchanger and a blower motor together, within a cabinet. Gas is ignited on the inside of the heat exchanger and burns to a warm temperature. Air is then circulated over the outside of the heat exchanger by the blower motor and that warm air is distributed through your ducts into your home.
An electric furnace utilizes a bank of electric resistance heaters and a blower motor located within the same casing. On a call for heat, electricity flows through the resistance heaters and they warm up. The blower motor then circulates air over the resistance heaters and distributes the warm air through the ducts within your home.
Heat pumps are considered a form of electric heat. Heat pumps utilize a compressor, outdoor coil with fan, indoor coil and a blower motor to warm your house. A heat pump is an air conditioner with the ability to reverse its refrigerant flow, thus extracting whatever heat is available outside and discharging this heat throughout your house utilizing your duct system. Sacramento is an excellent place to use a heat pump because of our temperate and relatively arid climate. The cost per BTU, using a heat pump verses a gas furnace, is almost equal.
A hydronic heater utilizes hot water to heat your home. Hydronic heaters are more common in commercial applications but are beginning to be utilized in the Sacramento residential area. The way they work is your water heater supplies hot water and circulated through a radiator coil located in a cabinet with a blower motor and controls. On a demand for heat, the pump circulates hot water through the coil and the blower motor distributes the air through the ductwork in your home.
No matter which type of furnace you choose to install, Premium Heating and Air Conditioning has trained, licensed and bonded technicians who can get the work done fast and efficiently. Give Premium a call today and let us help you decide which heating and air conditioning system is right for you.
Sacramento Heating and Furnace Pump Energy Ratings
Furnaces and heat pumps each have their own performance rating scale. Furnaces performance is measured in AFUE. AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. It is a simple formula that indicates what percentage of fuel used by your furnace is converted into actual heat for your home. The standard model in this area is an 80% furnace. In other words, if your furnace uses 100,000 BTU’s of input, your furnace will convert 80,000 BTU’s of heat to be distributed by your duct system utilizing your blower motor. There are higher efficiency furnaces that have AFUE’s of up to 96% efficiency. Heat pumps performance is measured by HSPF. HSPF stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. It is a formula similar to SEER, in that it measures how your heat pump performs in heating mode over a period of time. The higher the HSPF the less electricity you use to generate heat for your home. Standard measures of 7.0 to 9.5 HSPF are most common in this area. Utility rebate amounts increase with higher AFUE furnaces and higher HSPF heat pumps.