Wintertime can be magical with the first snow, the holidays, and cozy evenings. It’s also the worst time for your home heating to fail—and the most likely time for it to do so. Furnaces are fairly long-lived, normally lasting up to 18 years. But even in a recently built home, those years can creep up on you before you know it. Whether or not you’re due for a new heating system, it’s always a good time to maintain your existing one. Our GoldCare Club makes it affordable for both new and existing systems. And with Isaac’s 24/7 repair service, you’re never out in the cold.
Upgrade your heating.
In the past decade, advancements in home heating technology have come a long way. Today’s furnaces typically represent a step up in design, technology, and efficiency, so they’ll save you money as well as headaches. Many models now feature self-diagnostic capabilities that our technicians can view through a WiFi connection.
Consult with the experts.
Our project managers start by taking a close look at your home’s layout to understand how a new system could better work for your home. We’ll even conduct a free Healthy Home Assessement to find more opportunities to improve your energy efficiency.
We can help you select the right system from a wide range of options. Different models feature different efficiency levels and fuel types, from natural gas to oil to propane. We offer a full line of high-quality Rheem and Lennox residential furnaces, which we’ll install with care. Of course, our estimate is free and will clearly describe the scope of the job for you.
For homeowners who use boilers
As boilers age, they can cause more than a loss of heat and hot water. Older units can leak or crack. And damaged heat exchangers can lead to water leaks and carbon monoxide poisoning. If your boiler is:
- Not producing heat
- Making strange noises
- A drop in pressure that could cause the boiler to dry fire
- Leaking water
- The pilot light is out
Contact Isaac and have an experienced technician check it out.
Safer, more efficient, and more comfortable—all the pluses of an upgrade.
In recent years, the design and technology of boilers has improved. In fact, new and retrofit boilers can deliver up to 98% efficiency. Many models offer both hot water and heat. Replacing your existing unit can mean:
- Comfortable, even heat that uses far less fuel than conventional high-temperature systems.
- Up to 50% savings in energy costs that start the moment we install your new system, as old boilers can be as low as 65% efficient.
- Safer functioning for a safer home. New units lock down when one part fails to help prevent excessive damage, unlike older units that lack modern safety features.
Trusted brands, available with Isaac.
To offer you the best combination of gas heating and energy efficiency, we carry Weil-McLain, Rheem, and Buderus boilers. You can choose from different levels of efficiency, too.
For homeowners considering heat pumps
Imagine saving up to 40% on your heating bill. It’s entirely possible, when you heat (and cool) your home with a heat pump system. Extremely efficient and reliable, heat pumps can reduce the cost of heating, cooling, and hot water expenses up to $100 per month for a 2,000 sq. ft. home, all while keeping it consistently comfortable.
The earth itself is very good at storing heat underground—even when the weather outside is frightfully cold. Geothermal heat pumps work by absorbing this heat from outdoors and transferring it into your home. Plus, these units have no outdoor condensing units or noise concerns. And as energy costs rise, you’ll save even more while your payback time decreases. Geothermal can be an ideal option for rural homes, as well as a good addition to furnaces that run on liquid propane, oil, electric, or are dual-fuel.
As the name implies, these systems combine a gas furnace with an electric heat pump. This dual-fuel system will alternate to achieve the most energy-efficient heat source, based on outdoor temperature. Hybrid systems can also provide whole-house air conditioning for year-round comfort. Heat pumps and hybrid heating systems are ideal in areas where there are lower electrical rates, such as municipalities that offer electric as a community service/product. Plus, they can save you up to 50% in energy bills.