Furnace Installation & Repair Services
Furnaces remain popular in Roseville homes for a number of reasons. For one, they’re relatively cheaper than the rest of the options on the market because the technology is older, and the techniques used in furnace manufacturing have gotten much better over the years.
For another, they’re good at their jobs! A properly sized furnace can keep a home nice and warm no matter what the temperature is like outside.
Crane Heating & Cooling installs and services a wide range of different furnaces throughout Roseville, CA. Call us today to schedule an appointment to take care of your furnace.
Types of Furnaces
There are two primary furnace types used in homes in Roseville, and across the country: gas and electric. Though homeowners often ask us, as a reliable heating contractor, which one is the "best," the real answer is that it depends entirely on your individual situation.
Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. Let’s take a look at some of them:
- Gas Furnaces: Gas furnaces are the more common furnace type. They operate by combusting natural gas to create heat, which they then circulate through the ducts in the home. Natural gas is cheap, plentiful, and generates a lot of heat when burned. However, it’s also limited to cities that have gas mains laid. If you don’t have a gas main in your city, you can’t use a gas furnace.
- Electric Furnaces: Electric furnaces use large heating coils to heat the home, instead of combusting fuel. While electricity is more expensive as a fuel source than natural gas is, it’s also more or less ubiquitous. If you have electricity in your home, you can more than likely use an electric furnace.
So, which one should you choose for your home? There are a lot of factors that go into picking a home heating system.
If you really want to make sure that you get the perfect furnace for your needs, it’s a good idea to consult with a professional HVAC company first. They’ll be able to evaluate your home and select the furnace type that would benefit you the most.
If you want to get the maximum return on investment from your furnace, you should make sure to schedule preventive maintenance for it at least once a year. This allows your heating technician to find and fix problems before they have the chance to cause damage to the system.
Our Furnace Services
Even though we aren’t using our heating system year round, we still think a maintenance plan makes sense. For only ~$100 more, you get significantly more visits from us to ensure that everything is functioning properly.
We think that peace of mind is worth a few extra bucks! But you also get a wide variety of other services. Check out our complete maintenance plan and we'll explain even more.