Central heating is an integral part of our lives, making cold weather bearable and providing comfort for your entire family. But heating systems don’t last forever. Fortunately, homeowners in Surf City, North Carolina, have plenty of heating options to choose from, including furnaces, heat pumps and geothermal systems.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are the most versatile heating solution on the market. In cold weather, they pull any heat out of the cold outdoor air and transfers it into your home. During warm weather, heat pumps pull the warm air out of your home and provide it cool relief.

With a heat pump, you only need a sole unit instead of both a furnace and an air conditioner. Another benefit is the lower cost of operation; a heat pump moves rather than generates heat.

Furnaces

Furnaces are another excellent way to heat your home using your preferred fuel choice, such as natural gas, electricity or oil. We offer a broad range of Trane furnaces that deliver amazing efficiency and comfort while also maintaining quiet operation. Some of these furnaces also have added features, such as zoning capability, programming and remote monitoring systems.

Geothermal

Deep below the earth’s surface lies a heating and cooling source that few homeowners know about. Because the temperatures underground remain a steady 50 degrees, you can raise or lower the temperature inside your home more efficiently. Geothermal systems come in single units that both heat and cool, as well as split systems that offer separate units.

What’s more, geothermal units are sustainable products. They reduce your carbon footprint and lower energy costs, giving you the same heating power as other more wasteful heaters.

When it comes to heating your home, don’t leave anything to chance. Purchase a heating system that fits your particular heating needs and preferences. When you decide on the type of unit you want, call Gideon Heating & Air Conditioning. Our factory-trained service technicians will install your unit expertly and quickly. Give us a call today at 910-408-3491.

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