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As you begin to address your heating and ventilation system, one factor that remains constant is maintaining comfort throughout the seasons. With many heating options and systems available, you want to look for a solution that retains comfort and lowers your utility expenses—that’s what makes a quality furnace.
Your furnace will power through electricity, fuel oil or gas. With One Hour, you will receive expert installation services from our experienced technicians. We’re available throughout the process to answer any questions and concerns. We’ll walk you through the efficiency rating of your furnace, which directly correlates to your utility bill on a monthly basis.
For homeowners from Langhorne, PA, to Levittown, PA, and all nearby towns, we’re happy to install a furnace in their Bucks County, PA, or Montgomery County, PA, homes.
When you select the type of furnace that best suits your needs, our insured, licensed and bonded installation team make sure to install it properly. We’ll improve the energy efficiency in your home, keeping your system running smoothly during the heating season. Better yet, our process revolves around your schedule.
It’s an important decision and a significant investment, but a modern furnace’s optimal efficiency will save you thousands in the long run.
Expert Repair & Maintenance Services
In the cold Bucks County, PA, and Montgomery County, PA, winters, you rely on your furnace to be in working order. Let us know if you’re experiencing any of the following:.
- Not producing heat.
- Too noisy and cycles on and off frequently.
- The fan runs constantly and the pilot light is burnt out.
When it comes to repairing your heating system, we’ll provide peace of mind through inspections and maintenance, allowing you to heat the home safely and avoid major issues. Our tune-ups will increase the efficiency of your system and protect the health of your family.
Through repairs and maintenance, we’ll check the oil pumps and vents, clean parts of dust and grime, and replace any broken parts. The maintenance reduces the chance that you’ll need expensive repairs in the future.
Our maintenance and repair service area includes:
- Langhorne, PA
- Levittown, PA
- Glenside, PA
- Elkins Park, PA
- Churchville, PA
- Richboro, PA
- Villanova, PA
- And the rest of Montgomery, PA, and Bucks County, PA
How Furnaces Work
While individual furnaces vary slightly between models, all of them function under the same basic principles. Your furnace is likely either a forced air or a natural gas/propane gas burner system, and uses either a draft inducer fan motor or a blower fan mechanism.
One main difference between a draft inducer system and a blower fan system is where the air ultimately ends up. The former carries with it toxic fumes like carbon monoxide, so it must be blown outside the home, while the latter can be refiltered back throughout the house.
We don’t expect you to know what kind of furnace you have in your Langhorne, PA, or Levittown, PA, home, but it won’t hurt if you do!
Not only is your thermostat the control mechanism that allows you to adjust your home’s heat, but it also contains the sensor that monitors the temperature—that’s why yours is most likely centrally located in your home. That’s done for strategic purposes of gathering an accurate median temperature.
The two main components of your furnace are its heat exchanger and its blower fan motor. The blower fan lies at the bottom of the machine, with the heat exchanger lying directly on top of that. In the wintertime, air (from the surrounding space of the furnace, or an outside source) is drawn into the mechanism near the fan motor, where it is blown through the heat exchanger (where the fire is located). Simply put, that fire-powered heated area that the initial air is moved through is warmed up, and from there is ready to be dispersed throughout your home.
In the summertime, your furnace functions the same way as when it’s heating up the air in the winter, with one key exception. Rather than moving that air through a flame, the blower fan pushes the humid and hot air past a coil that cools it down. Either way, your blower fan motor is crucial to your furnace because it’s responsible for drawing the air that will be used to heat or cool your home.
Needless to say, there are many components of a furnace. No matter how high quality or modern yours is, installation is best left to the professionals. And chances are yours will need a repair at some point during the course of its lifetime. Leave it to One Hour to get the job done right, whether it’s for an installation or furnace maintenance.
Whether you need a repair or furnace installation in Montgomery County, PA, or Bucks County, PA, our experts will handle your needs to maximize the lifespan of your heating unit. We’re fully committed to your needs, and will arrive on-time to all service appointments.
For straight-forward and upfront pricing that ensures you get the most of your investment, contact us today.